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Fargo School Board Reinstates the Pledge of Allegiance After National Public Outcry

After criticism from conservative lawmakers and backlash from citizens nationwide, the Fargo Board of Education on Aug. 18 voted to reverse course on its previous week’s decision to stop reciting the Pledge of Allegiance before its meetings.

Over 120 Anglican Bishops Affirm ‘One Man, One Woman Marriage’

Over 120 Anglican bishops have reaffirmed the denomination’s adherence to the Bible’s teaching on marriage and sexuality.

Syria Becomes Second Nation to Recognize Donbass Republics

Russia recognized the region's independence in February of this year.

Ilhan Omar Faces Pushback for Complaining About Singing Christians on Airplane

Twitter users mocked Rep. Ilhan Omar after she hinted about the unfair reaction she and her Muslim family would receive on an airplane compared to airplane passengers singing Christian songs.

Ukraine War Causing Food Shortages In Fragile Middle East

Layal Aswad was already exhausted by Lebanon’s devastating two-year economic collapse. Now, as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine sends food and energy prices soaring even further, she finds herself struggling to put food on the table for her family of four.

American Pastor Providing Trauma Kits to Ukrainians to ‘Save Their Lives’

An American pastor is working directly with the Ukrainian Army to provide the Eastern European country with combat field trauma supplies to help those wounded in the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

Terrorist Attack Kills 6 Christians in Kenya

Persecution of believers continues to rise in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Pope Francis AGAIN Snubs China’s Uighurs in Christmas Message

Pope Francis once again failed to mention the genocide of Uighur Muslims in China Saturday in his annual virtual tour of injustices around the world.

Musk says his tax bill for 2021 was over $11 billion

Musk's payment could be the largest ever for the IRS, a report says

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