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.
Tennessee Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn said White House Press Secretary Jen Psaski’s revelation that the Biden administration is coordinating with social media platforms to determine which Americans and messages should be deplatformed is “deeply concerning.”
Brigham Young University-Hawaii has crushed a rising freshman’s plan of attending her dream university this fall because she cannot receive the COVID-19 vaccine for medical reasons.
Children should be seen as a ‘blessing’ not an ‘environmental burden,’ Jim Daly says in response to Sussexes’ award
Children should be seen as a blessing and not a burden on the environment, says Jim Daly of Focus on the Family in response to a group that awarded Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, among others, for committing to have no more than two children or none at all.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., pledged he would to “go to war” for Chick-fil-A in the wake of Notre Dame students' backlash to the Christian-owned fast-food restaurant being on campus.
Black Lives Matter is under fire for praising Cuba’s government and criticizing the United States as the island country is in political upheaval and Cubans are demanding freedom after years of communist suppression.
A measure to ban all products from China’s Xinjiang province, known for its crimes against humanity and ongoing Uyghur Muslim genocide, unanimously passed the U.S. Senate on Wednesday.
Father-son former Olympians expressed their opposition to the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee’s proposal to reimagine its American flag logo ahead of the 2024 Paris Olympics, saying, “Old Glory doesn’t need rebranding.”
Parents in Washington, D.C., have filed a lawsuit against the District over a new law that allows officials to vaccinate children in public schools without parental consent, even if they have a religious objection.
A federal appeals court sided with a Texas justice of the peace last week, allowing him to continue chaplain-led invocations before state court hearings while the lawsuit against him is adjudicated after his courtroom prayer tradition was ruled unconstitutional by a lower court.
“Fixer Upper” stars Chip and Joanna Gaines said “throwing in the towel” was never an option in their marriage and hinted at the possibility of a sixth child in a recent interview about the new network.