Democratic House prosecutors rested their case in the impeachment trial against former U.S. President Donald J. Trump on Thursday with a warning.
Fourteen Republican state attorneys general have signed a letter to President Biden, telling him that his cancellation of permits needed to build the Keystone XL oil pipeline will cause dramatic economic suffering to local communities. The attorneys have asked the President to reconsider his decision.
Seven Christian families in India’s Odisha state have now been driven from their village after they built a small house in which to gather for worship last October, International Christian Concern reports.
Two Christian men were flogged by a Sharia law officer Monday for the criminalized offenses of drinking alcohol and gambling in Indonesia’s province of Aceh, the Christian Post reports. Aceh is the only province in Indonesia with the “legal right to apply Islamic law in full.”
A new bill introduced to Congress would ban biological males from participating in girls’ and women’s sports, Christian Headlines reports. Proposed by Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah), the legislation would clarify that the athletics clause found in Title IX of The Education Amendments of 1972 refers only to biological sex and does not include gender identity.
As Big Tech continues its efforts to censor conservative voices, YouTube has banned the website LifeSiteNews from its popular video-sharing platform and removed all of its pro-life videos.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday that making Washington, D.C., a state would better protect lawmakers in the aftermath of the riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
New Hope rejects Palestinian statehood, has a goal of annexing West Bank settlements, but would uphold Israel’s pledge to suspend such sovereignty, party leader Gideon Sa’ar told the Washington Institute.
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) is projecting a whopping $2.3 trillion budget deficit in fiscal year 2021, though that deficit would be $900 billion less than the one in 2020.
China has barred BBC World News from airing in the country, a move that comes not long after the British broadcasting license for a Chinese state-owned entity called CGTN was revoked.