Edward Leano

Christian Post Contributor


  • Princes Charles and William Reportedly Refused to Meet Trump During UK Visit

    Right on the heels of Trump's visit the U.K., a report has started to circulate that the royal family chose to "snub" the U.S. president during his brief stay there. It fell to the Queen to greet Donald Trump alone as Prince Charles and Prince William were reportedly reluctant to join the two.

  • Controversial 'Segregation' Clause That Would Allow Jewish-Only Communities Dropped

    Israel's ruling party has elected to blunt a key change to legislation, one that would have supported the formation of Jewish-only communities before the key change. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Education Minister Naftali Bennett have agreed to a version that replaced the controversial provision with a more general encouragement for "Jewish settlements."

  • Thai Boys Rescued From Cave Remembers Fallen Navy SEAL Rescuer

    The Thai boys and their coach was finally freed, some three weeks after being first trapped in the Tham Luang caves in north Thailand. Now looking to return to their daily lives, the boys took the time to look back at their ordeal and the Navy SEAL who lost his life in the rescue effort for their sake.

  • 'Zombieland 2' Officially Confirmed; Original Cast Set to Return

    "Zombieland 2" is now officially confirmed, with the zombie flick getting a sequel to the 2009 original. The original cast will be back as well, with Sony Pictures even managing to hand the reins back to Ruben Fleischer, who directed the surprise hit movie nearly a decade ago.

  • Chicago Protests Break Out After Officer Fatally Shot Popular Black Barber

    Residents and police officers have come to the point of clashing during the South Shore protests mounted by locals following the fatal shooting of a man on Saturday afternoon, July 14. Tensions mounted as police resorted to batons and some protesters turned to throwing bottles on Sunday evening.

  • France Wins Second World Cup Title, Beating Croatia 4–2

    France has won its second World Cup with a decisive 4–2 win over Croatia in the FIFA 2018 World Cup finals in Moscow. Croatia has defied expectations throughout the series, but they eventually folded to the experienced French national team last Sunday.

  • Johnson & Johnson Told to Pay $4.69 Billion to Women Claiming Talcum Powder Gave Them Cancer

    Johnson & Johnson was ordered to pay a staggering $4.14 billion in damages to a group of women who claimed that the talc powder made by the company caused them to contract ovarian cancer. Together with the $550 million in compensatory damages ordered by the jury, the total adds up to $4.69 billion.

  • Large Protests, Baby Blimp Greet Trump in London

    Donald Trump's visit to Britain was marked by a mass demonstration attended by crowds of protesters, as well as a rather striking orange blimp meant to be a caricature of the U.S. president. The protests served as a backdrop to the meeting between Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May, and after that, with Queen Elizabeth outside of London.

  • House Republicans Passed Amendment to Protect Adoption Agencies' Right to Refuse Gay Couples

    An amendment has just been passed by the House Appropriations Committee that could allow adoption agencies to refuse applications based on moral or religious criteria. This new amendment, which was passed on Wednesday, July 11, is now also seen as another way for religious organizations to run child welfare agencies as well.

  • 12 Russian Agents Indicted in Mueller Investigation for Hacking Democrats in 2016

    A dozen Russian intelligence officers were issued an indictment for allegedly hacking the Democratic National committee in 2016, as well as stealing sensitive information from Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. The accusation stemmed from the special counsel team led by Robert Mueller who was looking into possible Russian interference in the latest presidential race.