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COVID-19 Vaccine Compensation Payment Given to Family of Japanese Woman Who Died

A Japanese health ministry committee awarded a compensation payment to the family of a woman who died after suffering an allergic response and sudden heart attack after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.

Christian in Pakistan Sentenced to Death for Alleged ‘Blasphemy’

A Christian bicycle mechanic in Lahore, Pakistan was sentenced to death last week on baseless charges of blasphemy, his lawyer said.

Last WWII Medal of Honor Recipient Leaves Legacy

Marine Cpl. Hershel “Woody” Williams, the last living World War II Medal of Honor of recipient, passed away June 29 at the Huntington, W.Va., VA Medical Center, which bears his name. He was 98.

Seattle Catholic Church’s Homosexual Event Reflects Rome’s Chaotic Messages on Sexuality

Pope Francis’ mixed signals on gay and transgender issues have allowed a noxious culture of freelance morality to overwhelm the clergy.

Anonymous Donor Steps Forward to Ensure Uvalde Families Won’t ‘Have to Worry About a Single Cost’

At a press conference Wednesday in the aftermath of the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, Gov. Greg Abbott almost said something profound. Almost.

Off-Duty Border Patrol Agent Saves Students, Daughter After Wife Texts ‘Help’

An off-duty Texas Border Patrol agent rushed into Robb Elementary School with a shotgun and rescued several-dozen children and his daughter during a mass shooting on Tuesday after his wife sent him a text message.

Kids to 911 During Siege: ‘Please Send the Police’

Nearly 20 officers stood in a hallway outside of the classrooms during this week’s attack on a Texas elementary school for more than 45 minutes before agents used a master key to open a door and confront a gunman, authorities said Friday.

Texas Gunman’s Final 90 Minutes

It was 11:28 a.m. when the Ford pickup slammed into a ditch behind the low-slung Texas school and the driver jumped out carrying an AR-15-style rifle.

Police Waited 40 Minutes Before Border Patrol Agent Confronted Texas Shooter

"Go in there! Go in there!” shouted bystanders.

Texas Republicans Reject George P. Bush for AG in Nearly All 254 Counties

Jeb Bush's son made it to a runoff election for Texas attorney general before his luck ran out.

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