Choose Your News
Loading...
Thumbnail
A madman, a church, many people dead. It's not 2017 and Sutherland Springs. It's nearly 40 years since the November day in 1978 when the... [Read More]
Since the Texas church shooting, a security consultant said his firm has been overwhelmed with so many requests that congregations will have to wait up... [Read More]
Thumbnail
The new Center for Technology and Society wants to place tech companies on the front lines in combating online hate speech. But can Silicon Valley... [Read More]
Thumbnail
Vice president joined a hurting but united small-town Texas community on Wednesday night to pray and remember its beloved victims... [Read More]
Thumbnail
State law in Texas — among the first states to do so — enacted a feticide law back in 2003; this tiny victim is counted... [Read More]
Thumbnail
This and other laws that grant full rights to the unborn form some of the newest terrain in U.S. law and are highly controversial. [Read More]
Thumbnail
More than three dozen states have similar laws, most of which stem from the 2002 murder of a California woman. [Read More]
Thumbnail
While McDermott's novels are often concerned with Irish Catholics in her native Brooklyn, this book... [Read More]
Thumbnail
Often when a terrorist strikes in America, many Muslims say, "Please don't let it be a Muslim." After 26 people were killed at a Texas... [Read More]
Fall is when reading turns serious again, after the beach reads of summer. This list of new and recently released books reflects that return to... [Read More]
Daniil Islamov, an 18-year-old Jehovah's Witness, is being detained for refusing to join the military. [Read More]
Loading...