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40 Navy Seals push for religious exemption to COVID-19 vaccine mandate: 'Fighting for their careers'
A group of about 40 Navy Seals is prepared to file legal action against the Pentagon over the COVID-19 vaccine mandate, due to claims that they have been wrongfully denied a religious exemption.
‘It’s deadly and it kills you’: Ex-medium was possessed, saw ‘shadow people’ until exorcism saved her life — and her family
“The fear was overwhelming.” This is just one of the ways in which ex-medium Ivani Greppi described her childhood — a Brazilian upbringing that was deeply steeped in the occult.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has approved a regulation change that allows physicians’ assistants, nurses and midwives to perform abortions.
All these accusations are at base just revenge for the Hobby Lobby case, which got religious liberty reaffirmed by the courts.
Sarah Davis, the daughter of late apologist Ravi Zacharias and former CEO of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM), has left the organization her father founded to launch a new apologetics ministry.
An organization that provides support to Christian businesses and nonprofits has sued the federal government for requiring employers to pay for or provide health plans covering gender transition surgeries and other related services for trans-identified individuals.
An 8-month-old baby is among the 17 kidnapped missionaries in Haiti being held for a ransom of $17 million by the notorious 400 Mawozo gang, Christian Aid Ministries said Tuesday as officials in the troubled Caribbean nation and the U.S. continue negotiating for their release.
A megachurch in Missouri has been awarded a settlement of nearly $150,000 following a dispute with its local government over coronavirus restrictions.
A group of parents has filed a lawsuit against U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland over his recent memorandum calling for greater federal involvement in investigating threats made against school boards and teachers.
Pa. school board leaves national association over 'domestic terrorism' claim against protesting parents
A group representing school boards in Pennsylvania has ended its relationship with the National School Boards Association in response to the national group sending a letter to President Joe Biden equating harassment against school board members to "domestic terrorism."
A pastor in Illinois has been charged with grooming a minor for sex by sending the teenager sexually explicit messages on Snapchat, according to authorities.