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• North Korea Denies Blame for Otto Warmbier's Death
North Korea on June 23 denied it tortured American student Otto Warmbier, who died shortly after returning to the United States in a comatose state.

• Evolutionists Try to Nourish Darwin’s Wilting Tree of Life
In the 158 years since Charles Darwin developed the idea that all living organisms evolved from one common ancestor, scientists have attempted to prop up the so-called “tree of life” theory against the prevailing winds of reason.

• US Dept. of Education Demands Public Schools Call Students by Their Preferred Pronoun
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights issued a memo June 6 to teachers and public schools warning that a refusal to address students with their preferred pronoun could trigger a federal investigation.

• Supreme Court May be Asked to Decide if Opening Government Meetings with Prayer is Constitutional
The U.S. Supreme Court could again be asked to decide the constitutionality of opening government meetings with an invocation.

• Johnny Depp Faces Backlash after Telling Crowd 'Maybe it is Time' for an Actor to Assassinate Trump
Johnny Depp told a crowd in England that “maybe it is time” an actor assassinate a president again.

• New Texas Law Allows Faith-Based Groups to Adhere to Biblical Family Standards
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed legislation June 15 that protects faith-based foster and adoption agencies from lawsuits challenging their Biblically based operational standards

• Are Fidget Spinners Actually Dangerous for Kids?
Fidget Spinners, the popular new toy designed to help children with pent up energy, is raising concerns among parents after one child ended in the emergency room.

• Christian Organizations Labeled as Hate Groups on Charity Research Site
Several Christian organizations that advocate for traditional marriage have been labeled hate groups on the charity research site GuideStar.

• Is “Legislating Morality” Unbiblical?
A recent article from Relevant Magazine is challenging this assumption by arguing that legislating morality is not only ineffective, it’s unbiblical.

• Detroit: Judge Halts Deportation of Over 100 Iraqi Christians
A federal judge has temporarily blocked a group of 114 Iraqis living in Detroit from deportation.

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