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‘Superspreader’ Film Shares Sean Feucht’s Quest to Bring Revival to America During COVID-19 Lockdowns

Worship artist Sean Feucht, who became well-known for leading outdoor revivals nationwide, is gearing up for the release of a new documentary following his...

One Dead, Three Injured After Gunfire at D.C. Juneteenth Festival Leads to Stampede

A 15-year-old was killed and three others were hospitalized, including a police officer, after a fight led to gunfire at a Juneteenth festival in Washington D.C. Authorities believe the teenager was killed in a resulting stampede.

Apple Employees at Maryland Store Vote to Unionize

The move creates the first union of Apple retail employees in the U.S.

Police: Tulsa Gunman Targeted Surgeon He Blamed for Pain

A gunman who killed his surgeon and three other people at a Tulsa medical office blamed the doctor for his continuing pain after a recent back operation and bought an AR-style rifle just hours before the rampage, police said Thursday.

4 Killed in Shooting at Tulsa Medical Building, Shooter Dead

A gunman carrying a rifle and a handgun killed four people Wednesday at a Tulsa medical building on a hospital campus, police said, the latest in a series of deadly mass shootings across the country in recent weeks.

Poll: Which Brands Do Republicans and Democrats Trust Most?

Despite increasing political polarization, a new poll published Thursday shows that some brands have retained a strong reputation on both sides of the aisle.

DOJ Announces Hate Crimes and ‘Bias-Related’ Initiatives Including Reporting Hotline

The U.S. Department of Justice on May 20 announced new initiatives worth $10 million to curb hates crimes and other “bias-related incidents.”

U.S. COVID Infections Rise with Vax Rate

149,000 new daily cases in 78% vaccinated U.S.

Sean Feucht on Fighting Back Against Disney’s Anti-parent LGBT Activism

Worship leader urges Christians to cancel their Disney subscriptions

White House Says Kamala Harris Maskless Because of ‘Emotional,’ ‘Historic’ Day

The White House remained on the defensive Monday about Vice President Kamala Harris, who had been deemed a close contact for COVID-19, appearing unmasked last week during the confirmation of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court.

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