World War I Memorial Cross Case Goes to the Supreme Court

This Sunday, the world will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I.

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Trump Administration Issues New Conscience Protection Rules

This week the Trump administration finalized new federal rules aimed at providing relief for the Little Sisters of the Poor and other groups that remain under fire...

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Divided Government Returning to Washington

While some congressional races are still not yet resolved and a clear national message from voters is difficult to determine, one thing we do know after Tuesday’s elections...

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Pelosi Promises Action on Bill that Would Gut Religious Freedom Restoration Act

If the House of Representatives flips to Democrat control after next week’s election, Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), currently House Minority Leader, wants action on legislation that specifically undermines...

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Thanks and Prayers on International Religious Freedom

Many were praising God this week for a ruling by Pakistan’s Supreme Court freeing a Christian woman who has been on death row because of her faith for nearly eight years.

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NRB Members Host ‘The Event 2018’ in Advance of Election Day

Election Day is nearing, and a number of NRB members are reminding Christians that expressing their voice through voting is critical for America’s future.

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Pakistani Christian Woman Awaits Verdict on Death Sentence

Earlier this month, Pakistan’s Supreme Court heard an appeal for a Christian woman who has been on death row because of her faith for nearly eight years.

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Providence Journal Event to Explore Christianity and National Security

Next week Providence Journal is hosting a conference at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., titled, “Christianity & National Security...

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Christian-Owned Company Wins Cake Case in the U.K.

The United Kingdom’s highest court last week rebuffed an assault on the liberty of a Christian baker.

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City Pays Damages to Fire Chief Dismissed for His Faith

The Atlanta city council this week acquiesced to a federal court victory in December for former Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran, whose employment was terminated because of his Christian beliefs.

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Extension for C-Band Incumbent Registration

NRB members utilizing satellite “C-band” spectrum (3.7 to 4.2 GHz) for distribution of programming should take note that the FCC has extended...

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On Tech Censorship Concerns, Sanders Video Encourages Followers: ‘Laugh in Their Face’

This week U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) posted a video on Twitter featuring a call for his followers to scoff at those who raise concerns about Big Tech’s conservative viewpoint suppression problem.

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Music Modernization Act Signed Into Law

The Music Modernization Act was signed into law by President Donald Trump on Thursday.

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Congressional Commission Releases Report on China

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) this week issued its annual report detailing human rights concerns and rule of law developments in China.

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Senate Hearing Reveals Divide on Religious Liberty

This week Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) chaired a hearing on religious liberty threats in the U.S. and abroad.

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Brunson Appeals to Turkey’s Highest Court

Pastor Andrew Brunson’s attorney, Ismail Cem Halavurt, this week filed an appeal with Turkey’s highest constitutional court.

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