After a pair of 7–2 rulings on Friday by the Supreme Court of Canada, the law societies of Ontario and British Columbia are now permitted to deny Trinity Western University]s (TWU) proposed law school accreditation because of its Christian standards of morality outlined in its community covenant.
Adding more controversial programming to its lineup this year, Netflix – along with another network – has announced plans to air a new animated series about cross-dressing drag queens to introduce, desensitize or incite children to the homosexual lifestyle.
Israel’s security agency Shin Bet announced Wednesday that it has thwarted 250 “significant terror attacks” against the Jewish State since January – attributing its success mainly to high-tech surveillance and tracking tools.
A nationwide poll shows that an overwhelming majority of Americans believe that the political correctness in the United States has “gone too far,” and the National Football League’s PC policies are credited with sacking its fan base.
A public high school in Oregon is being sued for allegedly violating a male student's privacy.
The American Medical Association (AMA) continues to be more political than medical. That's according to a physicians' group that aims to bring honesty to the gun debate.
It's one of the oldest arguments against reforming Social Security program – don't touch my money! - but an expert on the issue says that's a deceptive belief.
Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) was back on the field Thursday night at the Congressional Baseball game just one year after he was critically shot while practicing for the annual event by a political dissident who opened fire on members of Congress after they took the field.
Even though the Obama administration is history, its "progressive" influence remains in the undrained swamp of Washington, D.C.
A Trump-bashing Republican incumbent lost in a key South Carolina congressional primary this week – and a conservative political pundit says that shouldn't be a surprise.
The United Nations embraced the terrorist group Hamas and its pro-Palestinian “victimization” narrative by condemning Israel for using “excessive, disproportionate and indiscriminate” force to protect its Gaza border against Palestinian rioters – most of whom were identified as Islamic terrorists.
After seven years, a federal district court judge in Iowa has permanently stopped the enforcement of Former President Barack Obama’s birth control mandate at two Christian colleges – so that both are no longer forced to provide health insurance coverage for contraception and abortion-inducing drugs.
A project of Save the Storks is demonstrating another side of the abortion story that is often not told and emphasizes a need for healing.
A court decision this week allowing the multibillion-dollar merger of two media giants is getting mixed reviews.
A national security analyst remains skeptical that North Korea, with a history of lying going back decades, will get rid of its nuclear arsenal.
What will the election of North Carolina pastor J.D. Greear (right) as president mean for the future of the Southern Baptist Convention? OneNewsNow talked to one longtime denominational leader about that.
More evidence has been discovered proving that former President Barack Obama used American tax dollars to fund a pro-Palestinian group determined to unseat Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his government.
A government watchdog is deeply concerned about Communist China attempting to buy a company that runs part of the port of Long Beach California.