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Anne Graham Lotz Prays Her Father’s Passing Will Spark ‘Revival’ in the Church

Countless people around the world are mourning the death of late evangelist Billy Graham.  This is especially true for the people who knew him best – his family. While she is still grieving her father’s death, Anne Graham Lotz says she hopes her father’s death is a “wake-up call” for the church. “I believe my father’s death is heaven’s shot ...

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Envelope With Substance Forces Evacuation at Marine Corps Base In Virginia

Numerous firefighters and paramedics have responded to Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall in Arlington, Va. for a hazmat situation. Firefighters were first dispatched to Henderson Hall, the headquarters of the U.S. Marine Corps, just after 4:30 p.m. for a hazardous materials call. Pentagon sources tell CBN News an envelope with an unknown substance was opened and several people fell ill. CBN ...

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The Good Guys Shot Me’: Ex-Con Disarms Gunman in Texas Church & Mistakenly Shot by Police

An ex-convict wrestled a firearm away from a gunman during a church service in Amarillo, Texas, saving numerous lives — and then was mistakenly shot by police. The incident happened on Valentine’s Day, the same day of the shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.  The alleged gunman, identified as 35-year-old Joshua Len Jones, walked out ...

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Dems’ Rebuttal to GOP FISA Memo Continues

The House Intelligence Committee on Saturday released a Democratic memo in redacted form that seeks to undercut Republican claims of FBI surveillance abuses. President Trump dismissed the Democrat’s memo calling it a “total political and legal bust,” claiming that it only confirms the “terrible things” that were done by the nation’s intelligence agencies. The rebuttal, which was written by Democrats ...

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Attorney General: New Opioid Task Force To Target Drug Makers

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Tuesday the creation of a new opioid task force to target drug manufacturers and distributors who are fueling the prescription painkiller epidemic. “We will use criminal penalties, we will use civil penalties,” Sessions said as he announced the creation of the Prescription Interdiction and Litigation (PIL) Task Force. “We will use whatever laws and tools ...

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Leaders Say It Was an Easy Decision to Honor Rev Graham in Capitol: ‘This Is Obviously Something We Should Do’

WASHINGTON – Lawmakers are preparing to receive the casket of the late Rev. Billy Graham, who will lay in honor in the Capitol Rotunda on Wednesday and Thursday. Rev. Graham is the fourth civilian ever to be honored in this way. “If there is any American whose life, and life’s work, deserves to be honored by laying in honor in ...

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Satanists Sue City for Not Being Allowed to Pray at Council Meeting

The Satanic Temple of Arizona is suing the city of Scottsdale after being prohibited from giving the invocation at one of the city council meetings in 2016. The Satanic Temple was approved by the Scottsdale city council to give a less than three minute invocation at the beginning of one of their meetings in 2016. However, after facing public backlash ...

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