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May 9, 2017

Liberty University Prepares for President Donald Trump to Give First Commencement Address of Presidency; Celebrates Nearly 20,000 Graduates

With President Donald Trump slated to give the first Commencement address of his presidency at Liberty University on Saturday, staff are busy putting their plans into motion for one of the largest annual events in Central Virginia.  Although the university... Continue Reading →

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Massive Church Being Built in Birthplace of China’s Communist Dictator Mao Zedong, a Violent Persecutor of Religion

Mao Zedong, the former head of China's Communist Party, was a ruthless leader. In the 1960s, Mao launched the "Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution" in which he severely persecuted all religious and political organizations. In fact, very few groups back then... Continue Reading →

Mae Jemison, First African-American Female Astronaut, to Speak at Charlotte Girl Scouts’ “Women of Distinction” Event

Mae Jemison, the first African-American woman to go into space, will be featured speaker at the Girl Scouts Hornets’ Nest Council’s Women of Distinction event Sept. 19 in Charlotte. The event, held at the Westin Charlotte, recognizes outstanding women who... Continue Reading →

Apple Becomes First U.S. Company to Top $800 Billion Value

Apple Inc. became the first U.S. company with a market value of more $800 billion as investors bet the next iPhone will spur a resurgence in sales. The stock rose 1 percent Tuesday to close at $153.99 in New York,... Continue Reading →

Vatican Hosts Science Conference to Show ‘Church Supports the Search for Truth’

Science and religion are not at odds but are united in the continuing search for truth in unlocking the mysteries of the cosmos. The scientific conference titled "Black Holes, Gravitational Waves and Space-Time Singularities" is an opportunity to show that... Continue Reading →

With Few Allies, Vladimir Putin Holds Military Parade, Calls for Alliance Against Terrorism

Russia rolled out a rather subdued version of its annual Victory Day parade on Tuesday, with President Vladimir V. Putin calling for international cooperation in fighting terrorism even though foreign leaders had mostly stayed away. In his 17 years as... Continue Reading →

White House says it Ignored Sally Yates’ Warnings On Russia Because she Was Partisan

White House officials on Tuesday defended President Trump’s delay in firing his first national security adviser by accusing the veteran prosecutor who warned them about his misdeeds of being a partisan who opposed the president’s agenda. Sally Q. Yates, whom... Continue Reading →

ISIS Releases Video Showing Beheading of Russian Intelligence Agent

The Islamic State released a video showing the beheading of a Russian intelligence officer it accused of spying on the group in Syria. The video, which was released on media accounts associated with the Islamic State on Monday, showed the... Continue Reading →

Tiffany Trump to Attend Georgetown Law School

Another Trump is going to Washington. Tiffany Trump, the youngest daughter of the president, will be enrolling at Georgetown University Law School this fall, according to her brother. Eric Trump, who revealed the school choice, received his undergraduate degree from... Continue Reading →

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