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TODD STARNES School: You may not recite prayer in the name of God

Moriah Bridges wanted to thank God for His immeasurable blessings on Beaver High School’s graduating class. But she could not, because it was against the law. The Pennsylvania teenager wanted to offer thanksgiving to the Almighty for parents and coaches ...

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FIERY SESSIONS DEFENDS ‘HONOR’ AG takes on critics – denies Russia collusion 'lie,' stands by Comey firing

Attorney General Jeff Sessions, in dramatic Senate testimony, on Tuesday decried suggestions he colluded with Russian officials during the 2016 campaign as an “appalling and detestable lie” — while staunchly defending his role in the firing of former FBI Director ...

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Refugee who lost fingers to frostbite wins bid to stay in Canada

Razak Iyal, a refugee who lost fingers to frostbite after walking into Canada on Christmas Eve, has won his bid to stay in Canada. CBC | Canada News

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MEDIA BUZZ NBC feels heat for Megyn Kelly-Alex Jones chat

Megyn Kelly suddenly finds herself at the center of a media uproar over one of her first interviews at NBC. Her sitdown with Alex Jones—radio host, conspiracy theorist and longtime lightning rod—has sparked intense criticism even before it airs on ...

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LIVE BLOG: Sessions says 'absolutely' no talks with Russians about collusion took place

Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies before the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday, where he faces questions on the Russia investigation and the firing of former FBI director James Comey. Follow FoxNews.com’s live blog below. Mobile users click here. Let’s block ...

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REPAIR and RENEW business slashes damage costs for builders, insurers and householders

Plastic Surgeon offers specialist cosmetic repairs across the UK and sometimes beyond to almost anyone with something broken, spoiled or flagging a bit through wear and tear.   With turnover at £10 million plus and annual growth over 10 per ...

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ART ON ICE Century-old painting discovered in Antarctica

A lost 118-year-old painting by one of Britain’s most famous explorers has been discovered in Antarctica. Scientists stumbled on the delicate watercolor of a bird in a hut on Cape Adare, a peninsula on the continent’s far east side. The ...

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MUELLER IN CHARGE DOJ’s No. 2 says special counsel has free rein

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein offered assurances to lawmakers on Tuesday that special counsel Robert Mueller has “full independence” from the Department of Justice to conduct his investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election and ties to members ...

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