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  1. EXCLUSIVE: Pete Buttigieg’s Pastor Brother-in-Law Blasts ‘False Narrative’ in WaPo Report Smearing Him as ‘Bigot’

    Standing in the living room of his home — the same space in which he recently led his middle brother Dustin to Christ — Rhyan Glezman, brother-in-law to Pete Buttigieg, lamented the “unfortunate” way a journalist for The Washington Post crafted a recent story that made him seem “homophobic.”
  2. Evangelical Pastor and 16 Others Kidnapped from Church by 20+ Islamic Gunmen in Nigeria

    Gunmen in Nigeria reportedly kidnapped an evangelical pastor and 16 other Christians this week in an attack that also killed one person. 
  3. Los Angeles Bans Travel to Alabama, Calls Pro-Life Law 'an Act of Aggression'

    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has voted to institute a one-year travel ban to Alabama in response to the state's recently passed pro-life law. 
  4. Mike Pence: West Point Grads Should Expect to See Combat

    Vice President Mike Pence told the most diverse graduating class in the history of the U.S. Military Academy on Saturday that the world is “a dangerous place” and they should expect to see combat.
  5. Flooding Leads to Oklahoma and Arkansas Evacuations

    Officials on Saturday warned some Tulsa residents to prepare to head to higher ground because old levees holding back the swollen Arkansas River are stressed and more rain is expected for the flood-weary region.
  6. Planned Parenthood Helped Edit Press Release from Colo. Sec. of State's Office

    Planned Parenthood officials helped edit a press release from the Colorado Secretary of State's office before it was sent out. The release announced restricted travel to Alabama after the state passed a strict abortion ban.
  7. Mark Levin: Trump a 'Victim of Activist Media, Most Persecuted President in My Lifetime'

    David Brody interviews radio and television talk show host Mark Levin about his new book, Unfreedom of the Press.
  8. Hawaii Woman Missing for 2 Weeks Rescued from Maui Forest

    A Hawaii woman has been found alive in a forest on Maui island after going missing more than two weeks ago.
  9. Pope: Abortion is Never OK, Equates It to “Hiring a Hitman”

    Pope Francis said Saturday that abortion can never be condoned, even when the fetus is gravely sick or likely to die, and urged doctors and priests to support families to carry such pregnancies to term.
  10. Trump Opens State Visit, Needles Japan Over Trade Issues

    President Donald Trump opened a state visit to Japan on Saturday by needling the country over its trade imbalance with the United States. “Maybe that’s why you like me so much,” he joshed.
  11. Culture Gets Beauty All Wrong. Meet the Woman on a Mission to Fix It

    Author and filmmaker Rebecca Friedlander is on a mission to help culture rediscover the true meaning of beauty, telling “The Pure Flix Podcast” that she believes “there is a need to discover God’s definition of beauty.”
  12. Texas Pastor Challenges Cohabiting Couples in His Congregation: Get Married

    Bryan Carter, senior pastor of Concord Church in Dallas, received quite a bit of attention this week when he announced he had just invited “cohabiting couples to accept the challenge of stepping into marriage.”
  13. Local Business Keeps Flying Giant American Flag Despite $11k in Fines From North Carolina City Gov

    As Memorial Day approaches, a holiday to remember and honor those who gave their lives while serving in the United States Armed Forces, a North Carolina city is suing an RV company for flying an American flag in honor of said veterans.
  14. NPR Memo Instructs Writers How to Frame Abortion Debate with Biased Language

    After reading a “guidance reminder” posted last week by NPR, it’s become even more obvious why those in favor of abortion and those opposed to it are increasingly at odds with one another.
  15. Judge Blocks Trump From Building Sections of Border Wall

    A federal judge on Friday blocked President Donald Trump from building key sections of his border wall with money secured under his declaration of a national emergency, delivering what may prove a temporary setback on one of his highest priorities.
  16. Not College Bound? Why a Skilled Trade or Apprenticeship Could be the Perfect Fit

    A college degree is not for everyone. There are alternative career paths that might be a great fit and help the US economy at the same time by closing a national skilled trades gap.
  17. Bolton Says N. Korea Missile Tests Violated UN Resolutions

    U.S. national security adviser John Bolton on Saturday called a series of short-range missile tests by North Korea earlier this month a violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions and said sanctions must be kept in place.
  18. 'They Drug Their Babies and Put Them Under the Bed': A Woman's Desperate Mission to Save Kids of Prostitutes

    This is the remarkable story of Sarah Bowling, the founder of Saving Moses who's on a very unique mission to rescue the children of prostitutes:
  19. Superbugs: One Doctor's Race to Stop an Epidemic

    Dr. Matt McCarthy talks about his book, Superbugs: The Race to Stop an Epidemic.
  20. ‘Here We Go Again’: Judge Blocks Mississippi Abortion Ban

    A federal judge on Friday temporarily blocked a Mississippi law that would ban most abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected, at about six weeks of pregnancy.