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Univ. of Iowa backs down, Christian groups back for now

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Just one week after the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship student group filed a lawsuit against the University of Iowa, the school has agreed to temporarily reinstate InterVarsity and other religious groups that the university ...

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Fired for sharing faith, nurse returns to work

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A British nurse who was fired for talking to patients about her Christian faith has now been  allowed to return to work. Christian Concern, which backed Sarah Kuteh, the nurse, revealed that ...

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Democrats finally agree to meet Supreme Court nominee

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For the first time since his nomination, Democrats have agreed to finally sit down and meet Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) became the first Senate Democrat to meet ...

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Woman convicted for arson that killed two firefighters

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A nail salon manager was convicted Monday on two counts of second-degree murder and one count of first-degree arson in connection with a fire that killed two Kansas City firefighters. Jackson County circuit ...

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Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh applauded by pro-family advocates

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In a nationally televised address, Brett Kavanaugh was introduced to the nation as the nominee to replace retiring Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy. Kavanaugh was described as “a judge’s judge” by ...

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Supreme Court pick to be announced tonight

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President Donald Trump will announce his pick a replacement for Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy this evening at 8 p.m. Central Time in a nation-wide televised address. “I’m very close to making ...

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Republican Senator opposes any pro-life Supreme Court nominee

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U.S. Sen. Susan Collins, a key swing vote for the next U.S. Supreme Court nominee, said she will not support a judge who opposes Roe v. Wade and abortion. Collins, a pro-abortion Republican from ...

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Supreme Court justice announces retirement giving President Trump his second pick

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WASHINGTON — Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement Wednesday, giving President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans yet another opportunity to pick a conservative to sit on the high court for a ...

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Attorney General Hawley fights to get rape kits tested

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The almost 4,890 Missouri rape kits sitting in police evidence lockers or hospital storage likely represent only a fraction of the untested evidence across the state, according to the state Attorney General’s ...

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Church loses digital sign case at Missouri Supreme Court

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The Northland’s Antioch Community Church has lost an appeal against the Kansas City Board of Zoning Adjustment to place a digital sign in front of its church – a sign that has ...

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