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19 March, 2017
Pope Wants Priests to Put Exorcists on Speed Dial

It has been decades since a pope has been as candid about Satan himself as Pope Francis is. Rather than referring to the actual devil, Pope Benedict XVI often had used theology in his teachings on evil. In an address to a group of priests at a Vatican workshop meant to bolster the skillset... Read more

18 March, 2017
Trump Administration Releases Requirements for Border Wall, Starts Requesting Bids to Build It

The Trump administration’s proposed border wall is expected to be as tall as 30 feet and no shorter than 18 feet to deter potential illegal immigrants, Homeland Security officials said Friday. The Customs and Border Protection has started the process of requesting bids from various... Read more

18 March, 2017
Meals On Wheels Has Been Flooded With Donations Since Trump's Budget Proposal Came Out

Since Thursday’s release of President Donald Trump’s budget proposal — which includes sizable funding cuts to various food programs — Meals on Wheels has seen a massive increase in donations and volunteer sign-ups. While the budget outline does not expressly call for the elimination... Read more

18 March, 2017
Bill Could Reduce Punishment for Not Revealing HIV Status

According to a report by the Los Angeles Times, Democratic lawmakers in California are saying that they want to reduce the stigma surrounding HIV by changing the law. Through a bill championed by state Sen. Scott Wiener, it would no longer be a felony for a person with HIV to have unprotected... Read more

18 March, 2017
Trump's History of Anti-Muslim Rhetoric Key to Blocking Travel Ban

SEATTLE (AP) — Federal law gives the president broad authority over immigration. Jimmy Carter used it to deny some Iranians entry to the U.S. during the hostage crisis, Ronald Reagan to bar Cubans who didn't already have relatives here and President Barack Obama to keep out North Korean... Read more

16 March, 2017
Feds Warn Against Spring Break Travel to Mexico

U.S. State Department is advising against travel to Mexico this spring break. According to Breitbart, the feds have cautioned travel to many popular vacation sports in Mexico because of violence attributed to the quote “activities of criminal organizations.” This “spring... Read more

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