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The movement to legalize assisted suicide has been growing in slow but measurable acceptability in the United States. This year, the District of Columbia joined Oregon, Montana, Washington and Vermont in legalizing the practice. The federal government has oversight of... Continue...

California State University —America’s largest university system — has withdrawn recognition from InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, one of the largest student Christian organizations because the group refuses to allow non-Christian to serve as leaders for their campus chapters. Here’s what you should... Continue...

While most of us were going about our day this past Saturday, the Iranian government shut down internet connectivity in their country. By the evening, government leaders had instituted a near total ban on access to the internet in hopes... Continue...

This week Judge Brett Kavanaugh appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee for his Supreme Court confirmation hearing. Here is what you should know about Judge Kavanaugh and the Supreme Court confirmation process. Who is Brett Kavanaugh? Brett Kavanaugh, age 53,... Continue...

What just happened? The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) proposed a new regulation on Friday, Nov. 1 that will help ensure faith-based organizations can continue serving vulnerable children and families through foster-care and adoption services. Commenting on the... Continue...

What just happened? On Tuesday, the 46th anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade decision, the New York legislature passed the Reproductive Health Act, a law that significantly expands abortion rights and removes protections for women and children. The Assembly passed... Continue...

What just happened?   On June 20, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals refused to block the new Health and Human Services (HHS) final rule issued in February. According to HHS, the rule “prohibits the use of Title X funds... Continue...

What just happened? Last Friday the Department of Health and Human Services issued a new final rule to reinstate Title X regulations that separate taxpayer dollars from funding abortion. The new rule shifts funding from abortion providers—such as Planned Parenthood—and... Continue...

What just happened? On Wednesday the attorney generals of eleven states filed a lawsuit in a federal court in Texas seeking to overturn a directive from the federal government requiring schools to adopt the administration’s preferred policy on transgender students.... Continue...

What just happened? On Monday, the Supreme Court struck down a 1992 federal law that prohibited states from allowing betting on amateur or professional sports. In the case of Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), the court ruled that... Continue...