China bans copying of hymns, punishes Christians who print religious materials

China has been tightening restrictions on the distribution of religious materials in recent months by threatening fines...

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Justice Dept. to File Landmark Antitrust Case Against Google

The litigation marks the government’s most significant act to protect competition since its groundbreaking case against Microsoft...

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Samaritan’s Purse Deploys Emergency Field Hospital to Bahamas Amid Coronavirus Crisis

After treating hundreds of COVID-19 patients in New York and Italy, Samaritan’s Purse is now building an emergency field hospital...

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Pai: FCC Will Clarify Sec. 230

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has signaled he plans to follow President Trump's lead and "clarify"...

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DOJ shoots down DirecTV and Dish merger again

Regulators with the DOJ’s antitrust division recently informed executives of AT&T that a marriage between DirecTV and Dish would likely...

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U.S. Chamber Backs Comcast in Viamedia Suit

The chamber has filed an amicus brief with the Supreme Court arguing that Comcast did not unlawfully refuse...

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New York Regulator Urges Oversight for Social-Media Giants

New York’s top financial watchdog said a dedicated regulator should oversee large social-media platforms...

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Justice Thomas Has Sec. 230 Expansion Issues

Said High Court should take up lower court expansion of immunity.

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Facebook Has Removed the Page of Restored Hope Network

While no explanation was given as to why the page was taken down, the ministry believes the social media giant's...

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'Open Your Church': John MacArthur Urges Pastors to Reopen Churches

MacArthur noted that a double standard has been evident among the Health Department who have kept churches...

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Greg Laurie Is Set to Return to the Pulpit on Sunday

After testing positive for COVID-19, author and pastor Greg Laurie will return to the pulpit on Sunday...

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FCC Addresses Reconsideration Petitions on FM Translator Interference Rules

While many organizations cheered the way in which the Federal Communications Commission revamped...

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Judge Sides With Capitol Hill Baptist Church Against DC Mayor's Coronavirus Rules

A Washington, D.C., judge filed a temporary injunction Friday allowing Capitol Hill Baptist Church to hold outdoor services...

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FCC Sets September 2022 Date For FMs To File For TV Repack Reimbursements

Owners of FM stations impacted by the television repack will have until Sept. 5, 2022 to submit reimbursement claims...

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The Supreme Court Will Reshape TV’s Megamerger Future

In Washington, when the future of TV comes up, talk often turns to the future viability of local news outlets...

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Federal court rules California seminary can expel two students who entered into gay marriage

Ruling recognizes religious liberty exemption for faith-based schools.

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FCC Grants NAB White Spaces Adjacent-Channel Protections

Given that the FCC was likely to have the votes to expand unlicensed use—the Democratic commissioners historically support expanded...

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Iranian Pastor's Punishment by Islamic Republic for 'Christian Activities' Draws International Outcry

The plight of an Iranian pastor being held in one of the world's worst prisons continues to garner international attention.

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Advertisers Warn Against Overregulating Big Tech

The report's legislative recommendations included "structural separation and line of business restrictions."

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Congressional antitrust report rips tech firms for stifling competition

The Democratic report — which was crafted over 15 months using more than a million documents...

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A New Podcast from Ligonier Ministries Allows Listeners to Experience the Life of Martin Luther

Ligonier Ministries will release the first episode of a new podcast, Luther: In Real Time, on October 10.

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New York's Governor Threatens to Close Churches, Synagogues

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he will close churches and synagogues in...

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Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Appeal To Podcast Tech Patent Case

In one of the first cases tied to podcasts heading to the U.S. Supreme Court, the justices have agreed to hear an appeal...

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CEOs of Google, Facebook and Twitter to testify before Senate

The appearance before the Senate Commerce Committee will be the second time that top tech executives appear...

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Bott Radio Network Expands in the Jackson Hole Area

Bott Radio Network (BRN) expanded its nationwide Christian Talk Radio network with...

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House Version of Sec. 230 Bill Introduced

A bipartisan House version of a bill to rein in Sec. 230 has been introduced.

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DOJ Sides with Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Suit

Capitol Hill Baptist Church, which had around 1,000 attendees on a typical Sunday prior to the pandemic...

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'With God's Help and Your Prayers, I Expect to Get Through This': Greg Laurie Announces He Has COVID

Greg Laurie, the senior pastor of the Harvest Christian Fellowship with locations in Riverside and Irvine, California...

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The FCC Will Vote This Month on All-Digital AM

The Federal Communications Commission will vote this month on whether to allow AM stations in the United States...

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Broadcast, Cable Seek Added C-Band Protections

Broadcasters and cable operators have peppered the Federal Communications Commission with requests...

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