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Thousands Flee as Wildfires Menace So. California

A state of emergency has been declared for San Diego as a massive wildfires continue to tear through southern California.

Judge Denies Stay Request, Gay Marriage Legalized in Idaho

Gay couples will be able to marry in Idaho starting Friday, as a judge rejected Governor Butch Otter’s request to halt marriages in the state until the appeal process is complete.

South Korean Ferry Captain and 3 Crew Members Could Face Death Penalty

The captain of the sunken South Korean ferry has been charged with murder, along with three crew members.

A Letter to My Granddaughter

Upon Avonlea’s birth, I decided to write her a letter. This is an excerpt from it. I share it to remind all grandchildren how much they are loved by their grandparents, and children of those grandparents how much they are loved by their parents.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • May 15, 2014 |
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Last Chance to See Irreplaceable in Theaters - TONIGHT!

I’m returning from Nashville this evening after having spent some time of rich fellowship with many friends of the ministry as well as listeners of our great radio affiliates in the Music City. But before I jump on the plane, I wanted to remind you that tonight’s encore showing of Irreplaceable represents the last time the documentary will be shown in theaters.

How Should We Address North Korea Human Rights Atrocities?

A panel of experts met earlier this month to talk about ways the U.S and other international allies can help combat human rights abuse in North Korea.

Nigerian Teen Speaks About Father and Brother's Murder by Boko Haram

Deborah Peters, 15, spoke in Washington, D.C. Tuesday about her personal experiences with the Boko Haram.

Holy Land Christians Hope Pope Francis’ Visit Might Revive Peace Talks

With the last round of peace talks between the Israeli government and the Palestinian Authority stalled, some are hoping that a visit by Pope Francis to the Holy Land in May will breathe new life into the peace process.

  • Evan Simko-Bednarski, Harry Stevens |
  • May 14, 2014 |
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Newly Discovered Synagogue Could Be Where Jesus Taught

During a standard salvage dig required by the Israeli government before the construction of a new spiritual resort could take place, archaeologists unearthed remnants of a synagogue from the first century.

Happiness Drops for Girls During Preteen Years

A British study has found that while both boys and girls become less happy as they move toward adolescence, the drop in happiness is much more dramatic in girls.

Washington D.C. Holds Prayer Vigil for Kidnapped Girls

Washington D.C. will hold a prayer vigil today for the girls who were kidnapped by Nigerian militant group Boko Haram.

Burmese Army Attacks Own Refugee Camps

Violence has broken out in Burmese refugee camps. The country’s own military is behind the attacks.

Rehab Center Linked to San Diego Megachurch Accused of Sexual Misconduct

ABC Sober Living, a rehabilitation facility for women recovering from addiction was hit with a lawsuit from six women who claim sexual harassment while staying or working at the center.

Turkey Mining Accident Kills 232, More Trapped Inside Likely Dead

A devastating mine fire in Turkey has killed 232 workers. Authorities say there are about 200 more people still trapped about two-thirds of a mile underground; it is unlikely that there will be any survivors.

Two Ways Dads Can Help Their Children Succeed

Success. How to define it? To many Americans, success means challenging yourself to reach your full potential. It can mean financial stability and the ability to provide for a family. To many in the world, it means reaching a certain level of self-fulfillment. And while there are various ways the above goals can be reached, the fact is that a college diploma remains an important common denominator of the American definition of success in many cases.

Research Claims Married People that Watch Porn More Likely to Commit Adultery

A new study claims that there is a link between people who regularly view pronography and marriage infidelity.

Search Engine Giants Remove Pregnancy Center Ads

Search engine giants Google and Yahoo have removed pro-life ads promoting the services of Crisis Pregnancy Centers (CPC) across the nation.

Couples Challenging Alaska Gay Marriage Ban

Alaska will be the next state to join in the gay marriage controversy, as five homosexual couples have filed a lawsuit which condemns the current ban as unconstitutional.

Bobby Jindal, Raised Hindu, Discusses Christian Conversion

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal piqued the interest of influential Republican pastors while in Lynchburg, Virginia to speak at Liberty University’s commencement.

Teens Who Expect to Die Young Are More Likely to Commit Crime

A new study finds that teens who believe they will die young are more likely to commit crimes -- and more serious ones at that.

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