Emily Wood joined The Christian Post as a staff reporter in February 2021. She primarily covers the global persecuted Church, the pro-life cause, Christian culture and American politics.
Emily graduated with a degree in journalism from Liberty University in May 2020 and served as the editor-in-chief of the Liberty Champion newspaper. Emily most recently worked at the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy and as a congressional intern in the U.S. Senate. A native of upstate South Carolina, Emily now lives on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
A Black Lives Matter chapter founder in St. Paul, Minnesota, has shared a video exposing what he calls the political organization's “ugly truth," arguing that it shows “little concern for rebuilding black families” and improving the quality of education for black students.
China announced Monday it will allow families to have up to three children instead of capping families at two kids as its population ages and birth rates continue to decline.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, twice-divorced, married Carrie Symonds in a private ceremony at Westminster Cathedral on Saturday, which drew the ire of well-known progressive Jesuit Father James Martin, an advocate for same-sex marriage.
Isolation brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic has “amplified” the loneliness and fear many expectant mothers already feel during an unplanned pregnancy, but the lockdowns also spurred changes that have made the adoption process easier for some, according to the director of a leading faith-based adoption service.
A plane crash in Tennessee over the weekend killed seven church leaders of The Remnant Fellowship, including bestselling Christian author Gwen Shamblin Lara and her husband, Joe Lara, an actor known for his role in the “Tarzan” television series.
A Christian man in Pakistan was allegedly poisoned and killed by a group of radical Muslims for defending his sister from harassment, which has sparked demands for justice.
Florida State University settled a lawsuit in federal court and issued a statement affirming its commitment to protecting students’ First Amendment rights after refusing to defend Student Senate President Jack Denton, a Catholic fired for expressing his religious beliefs last year.
China sanctioned a United States private citizen and evangelical leader on Wednesday for exposing humans rights abuses and standing up for the religious freedom of Uyghur Muslims, Christians and other minority faith groups, who are being silenced and oppressed daily.
Students from a Young Americans for Liberty chapter filed a lawsuit last week against the University of Alabama for requiring students to obtain a permit to speak on campus five days in advance, which violates a free speech law for campuses in Alabama.
Florida gov. signs bill to punish Big Tech 'censorship' and 'totalitarianism,' allow residents to sue
Big Tech companies will now be held accountable and face lawsuits or fines for censorship through a new law in the Sunshine State that protects Floridians from the "totalitarianism" of Big Tech oligopolies.