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Ken Ham Wins Discrimination Suit Over Kentucky’s Denial of Sales Tax Rebate for 'Ark Encounter'

By Heather Clark

West Virginia Turns to Prayer as Obama’s 'Clean Power' Looms

By Philip Wegmann

10,000 refugee children are missing, says Europol

By Mark Townsend

World faces wave of epic debt defaults, fears central bank veteran

By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

Americans hate the U.S. government more than ever

By Aimee Picchi

Officials: Boko Haram Burns Kids Alive in Nigeria, 86 Dead

By Ismail Alfa and Haruna Umar

BBC: Zika Virus Could Become 'Explosive Global Pandemic'

By Breitbart London

British scientists granted permission to genetically modify human embryos

By Sarah Knapton

Trump is a huge 'loser' with GOP Protestant pastors

Cathy Lynn Grossman

UBS bank shares plunge as rich investors withdraw money

By David McHugh

U.S. school makes girls follow Islam dress code

By Bob Unruh

No Religion Is The New Religion in Britain.

By Andrew Brown

Christian persecution reached record high in 2015, report says

By William J. Cadigan

UK ministers blast violent anti-Israel riot at London university

By Cynthia Blank

Gunmen attack Pakistan university, at least 20 students confirmed dead

By Reuters

Heroic Muslim teacher who saved Christians in al-Shabaab attack dies of injuries

By Mark Woods

Oil Crash Hits Texas Housing Market.

By Akin Oyedele

Olympics Loosen Rules to Allow Pre-Operation Male-to-Female Transsexuals to Compete with Women

By William Bigelow

Streets littered with rubble as 6.1 quake strikes off coasts of Spain, Morocco


2016 Market Meltdown: We Have Never Seen A Year Start Quite Like This…

By Michael Snyder

Government seeks 'authority to determine what is sin'

By Bob Unruh

Mexican Peso Falls to All-Time Low vs U.S. Dollar


STDs In California On The Rise

By Kathleen Miles

Anti-Semitism drives record-high Western European immigration to Israel

By Aron Heller

Hollande says France in state of economic emergency

By BBC News

Immigrants Want Cross Removed from Swiss Flag

by Soeren Kern

Pakistan bill aiming to ban child marriages shot down as 'anti-Islamic' and 'blasphemous'

By Kate Ng

Italy bank stocks plunge, brokers say tough 2016 ahead

By Danilo Masoni

Iran sanctions: Middle East stock crash wipes £27bn off markets as Tehran enters oil war

By John Ficenec

Lawsuit demands US remove 'In God We Trust' from money


Washington state opens all women's bathrooms to men

By Cheryl Chumley

Irish Pastor on Trial for 'hate Crime' of Calling Islam 'Satanic', 'Heathen' During Sermon, Found Not Guilty.

By Heather Clark

German vigilante group vows to protect women from migrant attackers as 34 suspects are arrested - including three for gang-raping two teenagers

By Jay Akbar and Tom Wyke

Garissa University Reopens Nine Months After Massacre Of 150 Kenyan Christians: 'They Will Kill Our Bodies But They will Never Kill Our Spirit'

By Leah Marieann Klett

Former Muslim Cleric Suspected of Terrorist Intentions Expelled From Italy

By Reuters

Iran shows off underground ballistic missile bunker

By Ryan Maass

Macy's cutting 4800 jobs after dismal holiday sales, a harbinger of hard times for retailers By

By Anne D'Innocenzio

Ukraine: First power station knocked offline by hackers is harbinger of cyber-warfare future

By Anthony Cuthbertson

New York City initiates the most severe 'transgender rights' enforcement in America

By Mass Resistance

Stock Market Crash 2016: This is The Worst Start To A Year For Stocks Ever.

By Michael Snyder

Cargill fires 190 workers at Colorado plant after Muslim prayer protest

By Emilie Rusch and Jesse Paul

Turkish President Erdoğan cites "Hitler's Germany" as model as he ramps up violent repression of Kurds, journalists

By Ben Norton

India quake death toll rises to 9, up to 200 injured


Saudi Arabia cuts ties with Iran as row over cleric's death escalates

By Sam Wilkin and Angus McDowall

Brazil Heads for Worst Recession Since 1901, Economists Forecast

By David Biller

Schools must teach children that Britain is a Christian country

By Steven Swinford

China 'social credit': Beijing sets up huge system

By Celia Hatton

Intelligence report warns of Russian naval buildup

By Bill Gertz

As U.S. Focuses on ISIS and the Taliban, Al Qaeda Re-emerges

By Eric Schmitt and David E. Sanger

Indiana senator proposes bill to make it illegal to use restroom not of your "biological gender"

By Tanae Howard