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South Carolina’s Governor Fights as ACLU Targets Faith-Based Foster Agencies

South Carolina’s Republican governor has asked a federal court to protect the state’s right to partner with faith-based foster care groups to provide homes for children in need.

Judge Overturns Georgia’s Heartbeat Abortion Ban

A state Superior Court judge in Georgia overturned a law on Tuesday that banned abortions after six weeks of pregnancy and once a baby's heartbeat is detected.

U.S. Gov’t Worked with Big Tech to Censor Social Media

Documents show how Homeland Security sought to dodge the First Amendment ban on censorship.

Record 2.2 Million Migrants Apprehended Along Southwest Border During Last Year

After promising to scrap President Donald Trump's border policies, the Biden administration sees 33% increase in migrant apprehension at the border.

ACLU Fighting to Allow Schools to Socially Transition Kids Without Parental Consent

The group is fighting a PA school, insisting on parental notification.

‘Wild Ride’ Begins With Court Clash Over First US Law To Ban Child Transgender Surgeries

When America’s first law banning “gender transition procedures” for minors was passed in Arkansas last year, it spawned a wave of similar legislation. But legislative proposals in...

Homeland Security Has Been Secretly Copying Phones for Nearly 2 Decades

Entering the US illegally and without scrutiny has become as easy as a short walk across the border.

Customs and Border Protection Has Warrantless Access to Traveler’s Seized Electronics

CBP revealed that 2,700 of its officers have access to traveler's seized devices without obtaining a warrant.

Gay Married Couple Charged With Using Their Adopted Children for Child Pornography

A married gay couple in metro Atlanta, William Dale Zulock, 32, and Zachary Jacoby Zulock, 35, is accused of using their two adopted boys in child porn films.

Virginia Requiring Schools to Notify Parents of ‘Sexually Explicit’ Material in Class

The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) is finishing model policies for school districts to give parents notice about lessons featuring “sexually explicit content,” according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

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