Scotland's 'Named Person' marks a dangerous nanny state milestone

Scotland's 'Named Person' marks a dangerous nanny state milestone

A senior academic at the University of Derby sounds the alarm in terms of what it portends

Vladimir Velichko with two of his eight children: Taken at gunpoint from church with three other men; found burned alive in car later.

Tortured in Ukraine: Evangelical Christians are now in the crosshairs

Protestants claim the persecution is linked to pressure from the Russian Orthodox Church

Bishop T.D. Jakes: Fresh from his successful movie 'Heaven is for Real' he is now planning to TV shows for regular, mainstream television.

Megachurch Pastor Bishop T.D. Jakes is now producing two TV shows

With movie 'Heaven is for Real' under his belt he's taking on self-help and talk shows

Studies link abortion to startling high rates of suicide

Studies link abortion to extremely high rates of suicide

On the flip side, falling abortion rates could mean not only infant lives may be spared

Carolyn Moynihan: Why do rich countries have so many poor children?

Carolyn Moynihan: Why do rich countries have so many poor children?

Editor puts forward the case that the key to prosperity for all is to promote marriage

Female British medical student holds the severed head of ISIS victim.

British medical student proudly displays head of ISIS victim

The UK pays her medical training and now she's doing her 'dream job' as a terrorist doctor

Cardinal Burke in the cappa magna with the Institute of Christ the King.

Cardinal Burke’s 'exile' to Malta: What if everyone is wrong?

Francis may in fact be assigning the perfect man for a very difficult and honorable task

Meriam Ibrahim gives her first TV interview to Fox News' Megyn Kelly

Meriam Ibrahim gives her first TV interview to Fox News' Megyn Kelly

The Sudanese Christian woman sentenced to death says she had God by her side

Bishop T.D. Jakes: Fresh from his successful movie 'Heaven is for Real' he is now planning to TV shows for regular, mainstream television.

Megachurch Pastor Bishop T.D. Jakes is now producing two TV shows

With movie 'Heaven is for Real' under his belt he's taking on self-help and talk shows

T.D. Jakes, pastor of the 30,000-member Dallas megachurch The Potter’s House, successfully moved into faith-based movies, most recently with the hit Heaven Is for Real, and can be seen giving sermons on religious TV networks almost every day of the week.

Now he wants to expand int...

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In this photo released early Sept. 17, 2014, two Syrian children are receiving treatment after they were given a second round of measles vaccinations, in Idlib province.

Measles vaccine causes painful death for up to 50 Syrian infants

How the batch was contaminated is not yet known, but for now the UN program is suspended

Spoiled or possibly sabotaged measles vaccine has killed as many as 50 children in insurgent-held areas of northwestern Syria, forcing a suspension of a large-scale vaccination campaign intended to stop the spread of measles, mumps, rubella and polio, volunteer medical organizations reported Wedn...

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Signing of Executive Order 13535: It was supposed to reinforce a commitment to preservation of the Hyde Amendment's policy restricting federal funds for abortion within the context of recent health care legislation.

Report: Obama's order that government not pay for abortion ignored

Government Accountability Office (GAO) finds over 1,000 medical plans covering abortion

An ObamaCare provision that requires individuals to pay separately for abortion coverage to ensure abortions are not funded by taxpayers is being widely ignored by insurance providers, according to a government watchdog report released late Monday.

Republican lawmakers say the “bombshell”...

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Screenshot of Facebook Page: What's depressing to many is to see the Bible ranked as Number Six, well below 'Harry Potter' and the 'Hunger Games'

Facebook finds Bible, C. S. Lewis have affected many users

Social network studied 130,000 status updates to find most-influential books.

“List 10 books that have stayed with you in some way,” a recent Facebook meme directed. “Don't take more than a few minutes, and don't think too hard. They do not have to be the 'right' books or great works of literature, just ones that have affected you in some way."

The social network's...

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Screengrab of smartphone video of students protesting the departure of Sequoyah High School history teacher John Osborne.

John Osborne is fed up with Jesus being pushed out of his classroom

Hundreds of high school students rally behind their history teacher in Canton, Georgia

A history teacher in Georgia has taken leave from his classroom over his frustration that he may not speak about God in school.

John Osborne of Sequoyah High School in Canton says that he is using his time off to consider whether or not he will return to class as he does not feel supported...

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Carolyn Moynihan: Why do rich countries have so many poor children?

Carolyn Moynihan: Why do rich countries have so many poor children?

Editor puts forward the case that the key to prosperity for all is to promote marriage

New Zealanders elect a new government on Saturday after a campaign in which several parties and advocacy groups have vied with each other to push child poverty to the top of the political agenda. That this should be the case might surprise the rest of the world.

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Scotland's 'Named Person' marks a dangerous nanny state milestone

Scotland's 'Named Person' marks a dangerous nanny state milestone

A senior academic at the University of Derby sounds the alarm in terms of what it portends

The concept of a Named Person for every child in Scotland is the “ultimate insult” to every loving parent, a senior academic has warned.

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Kreshnik B., whose case began on Monday in Frankfurt, became the first Islamic State fighter to go on trial in Germany. It won't be the last. Hundreds of radical Islamists from Germany are thought to have travelled to Syria and Iraq to join the jihad.

Islamic State: Germany struggles to deal with returning fighters

Hundreds of radical Islamists from Germany have headed to Syria and Iraq to fight for ISIS

The players at TuS Makkabit Frankfurt remember Kreshnik B. as a reliable defender. As a member of the Jewish football club's youth B-team, he kept opposing players away from his goal and even shot a few of his own.

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Author and speaker Ayaan Hirsi Ali: Reportedly, the line of people turned away when the hall reached capacity stretched down a long New Haven block.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali brings her 'clash of civilizations' to Yale

More important than bombing ISIS is going after the 'core text' of Islam, she says

The controversial Ayaan Hirsi Ali says that the civilized world needs to identify the "core" of Islam before hoping to defeat threats like the Islamic State.

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In this undated file photo posted on Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014 by the Raqqa Media Center of the Islamic State group, fighters from the Islamic State group pray at the Tabqa air base after capturing it from the Syrian government in Raqqa, Syria.

Turkish media: Our country one of the biggest suppliers of men to ISIS

Turkey's new prime minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, strongly denies this claim from opponents

Having spent most of his youth as a drug addict in one of the poorest neighborhoods of Turkey’s capital, Can did not think he had much to lose when he was smuggled into Syria with 10 of his childhood friends to join the world’s most extreme jihadist group.

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Female British medical student holds the severed head of ISIS victim.

British medical student proudly displays head of ISIS victim

The UK pays her medical training and now she's doing her 'dream job' as a terrorist doctor

A woman believed to be a British medical student who left the UK in order to join ISIS has posted an image on social media of herself holding a severed head.

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Vladimir Velichko with two of his eight children: Taken at gunpoint from church with three other men; found burned alive in car later.

Tortured in Ukraine: Evangelical Christians are now in the crosshairs

Protestants claim the persecution is linked to pressure from the Russian Orthodox Church

Ukraine's evangelical Christians are bearing the brunt of the country's conflict, often with deadly consequences.

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Cross Pointe Worship Team rocks out during a performance.

Atlanta pastor reluctantly opts against a choir for his new church

His research posits why choirs are now in disfavor with non-black Protestant congregations

James Merritt spent years as senior pastor of an Atlanta-area megachurch that featured a mighty choir.

Then he changed his tune.

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Eric Dejaeger is shown in Iqaluit on Jan. 20, 2011: sentenced for 32 sex crimes that range from indecent assault to bestiality.

Ex-priest found guilty of 24 sex-abuse charges involving Inuit kids

The Belgian priest starved Nunavut children to force them into sex, says one witness

A sex abuse case that convulsed a remote northern hamlet for years has ended with a defrocked Roman Catholic priest being convicted on 24 of 80 sex-related charges he faced involving Inuit children more than 30 years ago.

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Mannequin dressed in the Egyptian flag hanging by a noose in the back of a truck being paraded on a downtown New York City street.

Alarming display of hanging proudly paraded down New York City streets

The theme chosen for this year Muslim Day Parade: 'Islam and America Share Common Values'

The theme of the 29th annual Muslim Day Parade in New York City on Sunday was “Islam & America Share Common Values,” but you may not have known that by the looks of some of the displays.

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Cardinal Burke in the cappa magna with the Institute of Christ the King.
Francis may in fact be assigning the perfect man for a very difficult and honorable task

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