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Museum of the Bible Reveals Five of Its Dead Sea Scrolls Are Fake

The Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., revealed Monday that five of its Dead Sea Scrolls — among the exhibit’s most valuable artifacts — are forgeries. German-based scholars examined the scrolls, according to a press release from the museum, and after a “battery of tests,” “concluded that the five fragments show characteristics inconsistent with an ancient origin and therefore will no ...

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‘Risking Women’s Lives to Make a Political Point’: Pro-Life Groups Blast US Mail Abortions

A European organization known as Aid Access has now opened up another front in the abortion battle in the US. The company now offers American women doctor-prescribed abortion pills to induce abortion at home. CNN reports the organization uses online consultations to determine if women seeking their services are healthy and who are less than nine weeks pregnant. A woman must ...

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Explosive Devices Sent to Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, CNN Evacuated

WASHINGTON (AP) – The U.S. Secret Service has intercepted a bomb that was addressed to Hillary Clinton and also discovered a possible explosive that was sent to former President Barack Obama. Also Wednesday, a police bomb squad was sent to CNN’s offices in New York City and the newsroom was evacuated because of a suspicious package. A U.S. official told ...

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Trump Admin Says Humans Born Male and Female, Ex-Trans Man Agrees: ‘Surgery Fixed Nothing’

President Trump is continuing to undo Obama-era policies that promote transgender rights by changing the definition of gender to one of a biological condition determined at birth. Conservatives are praising the move. “For the Trump administration to stand firm to say that sex-based determination really is only gender-based, biologically male and female, is not only consistent with science but it’s ...

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The Ticking Time Bomb of Public Pensions: What Happens to Retirees When the Money Runs Out?

CENTRAL FALLS, RI – Central Falls is Rhode Island’s smallest city, but it’s made some big headlines. In 2011, it became one of the first cities to file for bankruptcy. After years of economic mismanagement, the city of 19,000 was broke.  When something like this happens, cities face major cuts and sacrifices to get back on track. In the case ...

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