‘Inquisition’ Called Out at Judicial Nominee Hearing

During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing this week that was supposed to be for examining the merits of her nomination for the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals...

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‘Priority and Urgency’ in the March for Life

Even as tens of thousands of individuals joined together last Friday to demonstrate their commitment to honoring the sanctity of life...

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Justices Want More Clarity on Praying Coach Case

Four U.S. Supreme Court justices threw a flag on the officiating of lower courts in the case of a high school football coach fired after praying on his own on the playing field after games.

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Report Documents Rising Persecution of Christians in China, India, and Russia

Last week Open Doors USA released its annual World Watch List (WWL), which ranks the 50 most dangerous countries for Christians.

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Silicon Valley 'Behemoths' Draw Attention of AG Nominee

Silicon Valley titans may soon find themselves under more scrutiny from the U.S. Department of Justice.

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Religious Freedom Day Honored

“The right to religious freedom is innate to the dignity of every human person and is foundational to the pursuit of truth,”...

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House Democrat Takes on State Colleague on Behalf of Religious Freedom

One Hawaiian Democrat in the House of Representatives this week made waves when she called out religious discrimination in her party, particularly in the treatment of one of President Donald Trump’s judicial nominees.

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Democrats Resist Israel Security, Anti-BDS Bill

Most Senate Democrats banded together this week to halt a Middle East security bill that would aid military assistance to Israel and Jordan...

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Time Runs Out on Attempt to Bring Back Title II Rules

Last spring, Senate Democrats forced and won a vote on a resolution to reverse the FCC’s Restoring Internet Freedom Order...

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FCC Commissioners Confirmed by Senate

The FCC has suspended most of its operations during the ongoing partial federal government shutdown, but the bench of commissioners is again at full strength.

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Hearing Accentuates Need for Remedy to Big Tech Bias

Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, sat before the House Judiciary Committee this week.

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Treasury Issues ‘Parking Tax’ Guidance

The U.S. Treasury Department released a guidance document on Monday intended to help churches and nonprofit ministries compute and comply with new looming ‘parking tax.’

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State Department Announces ‘Countries of Particular Concern’

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo this week announced that, in accordance with the International Religious Freedom Act...

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Ryan Looks to ‘Points of Light’ in Christmas Tree Lighting Remarks

As he officiated his final lighting of the Capitol Christmas Tree last week, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) welcomed this “season dedicated to wonder and faith.”

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Incoming Senator Throws Gauntlet Down to BigTech

Even as technology interests in Washington prepare for next Tuesday’s House Judiciary Committee hearing featuring Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, they are likely taking note of another powerful voice they will need to contend with in the months and years ahead.

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Broadcasting, Texting on Dockets Next Week

Officials in Washington, D.C., will be examining a number of items of interest to broadcasters and ministries next week.

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