Daniel Distant

Christian Post Reporter

Workers Forced to Pray, Say 'I Love You' at Long Island Healthcare Firm, Lawsuit States

Workers forced to pray and say "I love you" to others at their Long Island, New York health care firm spoke up about the unusual mandatory practices of their employer and now a federal lawsuit has been filed against the firm. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a discrimination lawsuit Wednesday against United Health Programs of America and Cost Containment Group, its parent company.

NJ Schools Ban Nude Selfies for Students: It's 'Child Pornography,' Say Administrators

A N.J. school district banned nude selfies for their students Tuesday, giving them until Thursday to delete all the photos from their phones or risk a five-day suspension or even miss prom, graduation and any senior trips, according to reports. The pictures, which have been shared among students in the Bridgewater-Raritan school district, technically classify as child pornography in some cases, which is the reason the police are involved.

Michael Sam Reality Show Coming to OWN; Players Worry About 'Distraction'

Michael Sam, the NFL's first gay football player, announced Tuesday that he now has a reality show that will be debuting on OWN. Despite the fact that Oprah's network's last docu-series, "Lindsay" was well-received by critics, many fans and detractors of Sam feel the show could be a distraction and that his claims of being "all about football" weren't 100 percent genuine.

Mayo Clinic Trial: 10-Year Cancer Patient Cured by Measles Vaccine

The Mayo Clinic trial managed to use a modified version of the measles vaccine to eradicate one Minnesota woman's blood cancer, according to reports. 49-year-old Stacy Erholtz had been living with incurable myeloma for 10 years before researchers discovered her and put her in the experimental virotherapy trial last year.