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Pro-life groups are preparing for an aggressive reaction to the Supreme Court ruling following weeks of vandalism

Christians have produced great books to help the country’s hottest cultural battle from the beginning

Scientists hold mixed views about “unidentified aerial phenomena”

Will international courts be able to hold Russian leaders accountable for war crimes?

Many districts are maintaining pandemic-era online classes

The bodies of five aborted babies in Washington, D.C. could be crucial evidence in defense of pro-lifers

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The U.K. faces its largest rail strike in 30 years.

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June 25, 2022 | Vol. 37 No. 12
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