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A Republican congressman accused House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democrats of hypocrisy after a mask mandate was reintroduced for vaccinated representatives while the Biden administration continues to transport COVID-19 positive migrants across the country without notifying local health authorities.
A new report reveals that only half of American households give to charity, the lowest share in two decades. Additionally, data shows that the average amount of donations given to religious organizations has decreased at a faster rate than those given to their secular counterparts.
The results of a new national poll reveal that an overwhelming majority of Americans on both sides of the political aisle have at least some degree of concern about China’s role in influencing major American institutions.
Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky has called for a criminal investigation into Dr. Anthony Fauci, who the senator accused of lying to Congress about the funding of gain-of-function research that many believe led to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Biden administration’s Department of Education has edited its “Roadmap to Reopening Safely and Meeting all Students’ Needs,” which previously included a link to a document promoting tenets of critical race theory.
A California pastor who has challenged his state government over coronavirus worship restrictions is alleging that such restrictions are rooted in Marxist ideology.
Parents, activists pushing back against critical race theory's 'destructive message' in America's school
As the debate about critical race theory continues to engulf the political discourse in the United States, grassroots organizations and activists are relying on a variety of methods to combat the ideology’s influence on American education and counter what they characterize as a “destructive message.”
More than 25% of people who attended religious services at least once a month before the novel coronavirus pandemic have no plans to return to their church, synagogue or mosque in the next few weeks as restrictions continue to be lifted, according to data from a recent AP-NORC poll.
Canadian pastor slams double standard on COVID restrictions, alleges 'personal vendetta' against him
A Canadian pastor seen in viral videos documenting his encounters with law enforcement over COVID-19 restrictions says authorities abide by a double standard when it comes to enforcing restrictions and they've been targeting him as the result of a “personal vendetta.”
School choice advocates are criticizing Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers' veto of a bill that would have expanded access to the state’s school choice program as the push for alternative schooling options accelerates amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Controversial televangelist Jim Bakker will pay $156,000 in restitution as part of a settlement agreement with the state of Missouri for promoting a fake cure for coronaviruses on his program.
Singer Kaya Jones commits to 'working for the Lord' full time after experiencing 'life changing' baptism
A famous musician known for her former membership in a secular band has undergone a “life-changing” baptism as she continues to work toward her goal of “working for the Lord.”
Two-time Grammy Award-winning Christian artist Jason Crabb shared the real-life battles that he confronted during the making of his new EP, "Just As I Am."
A federal agency has opened an investigation into the U.S. National Institutes of Health’s grant program for international research amid criticism over funding sent to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the Chinese lab from which some claim the virus may have originated.
A Canadian pastor has been arrested after his church held an outdoor worship service at an undisclosed location after the local government ordered the church building to be closed.
Pro-life group files complaint with SBA over Planned Parenthood clinic obtaining $2.7 million PPP loan
A pro-life group has filed a complaint with the Small Business Administration, alleging that the local Planned Parenthood affiliate improperly obtained Paycheck Protection Program loans designed for small businesses.
A congregation in Ontario has been slapped with a $66,000 fine for holding outdoor worship services after its church building was ordered closed by a judge, bringing the total that the church and its leaders have been fined to $183,000, according to the pastor.
A young Christian doctor in India’s central state of Madhya Pradesh has been suspended from a government program to help combat the deadly second wave of COVID-19 and is facing criminal charges for telling families to pray to Jesus if they get infected with the virus.
Scotland's abortion numbers were at their highest since 2008 during the COVID-19 pandemic, latest figures show.
Dr. Anthony Fauci shot down claims that he was being “muzzled” by the Trump administration during the initial months of the COVID-19 surge, according to emails released this week.