Enrollment grew by 7 percent during the 2020-2021 school year
Pro-abortion groups test a drug for women who don’t want to know they’re pregnant
An attempt to curb anti-vaccination protesters hampers ministries
The U.S. Supreme Court is weighing the right of the state’s attorney general to take up the case of unborn babies
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Cities are boosting police funding to counter a crime wave, but that may not be enough to solve the problem
The Haitian gang responsible for kidnapping 17 missionaries is demanding $17 million in ransom.
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