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Supreme Court Rules Germany Can’t Be Sued In Nazi-Era Art Case

The U.S. Supreme Court delivered a setback to a bid by the heirs of Jewish art dealers to win restitution from Germany in American...

Fire Department in Texas Border County Recovering Bodies of Migrants Every Day

The fire department chief of a small Texas border county sees no end in sight for his weary team of first responders who every day recover migrant children and adults from the Rio Grande.

Biden Sending Another $3 Billion in New Military Aid to Ukraine

Ukraine will acquire air-defense systems.

They Can Stay: City Attorney Hits Back at Atheists’ Demands for Removal of Christian Crosses

An attorney for the town of Elizabethton, Tennessee, is defending the presence of three crosses on public land after atheists demanded their removal.

3 Churches in Ukraine Contemplate Faith, Hope, Charity

It’s almost Easter in Ukraine, where a trio of churches on the far edges of the capital considered faith, hope and charity on Sunday.

In Lab Study, Pfizer Vaccine Showed Potential to Alter DNA in Human Liver Cells, but Scientists Caution More Research Needed

Swedish researchers showed the mRNA from the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine can be reverse-transcribed into DNA in human liver cells in vitro, but more research is needed to determine if this transcribed vaccine-derived DNA can integrate into human genomic DNA.

‘We Are Just Guinea Pigs’: Women Describe Trauma of Transitioning as Teenagers

The number of teenagers identifying as transgender has exploded. Advocates say it protects young people from marginalization.

Lawmakers Call for Investigation, Criticize Federally-Funded CRT Program

Republican lawmakers blasted a federally funded education program that trains researchers and teachers in critical race theory after The Center Square’s investigation broke news of the program. Now, one Florida U.S. Congressman is calling for an investigation into whether the program violates state law.

What I’ve learned rescuing my daughter from her transgender fantasy

'She was morphing into an emo-Goth-vampirelike creature'

European effort to ban word ‘Christmas’ backfires, harkening to earlier rebukes of communism

Pope Francis's recent denunciation of EC efforts to purge Christianity from holiday lexicon evokes Polish-born predecessor's historic defense of faith against communism in his native land.

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