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Tragic Mass Shooting in Maine Raises Questions on Gun Control and Mental Health Oversight

Tragic Mass Shooting in Maine Raises Questions on Gun Control and Mental Health Oversight

Criticism is mounting against law enforcement for not preventing the tragedy, especially after a statewide awareness alert was issued in September, highlighting Card's veiled threats against his base and fellow soldiers.

Turning Prayer into Action against Atrocity and Terror

Turning Prayer into Action against Atrocity and Terror

Such secularism is understandable in a world as broken as ours. Here’s the problem, however: we’re well along the road Lennon imagined more than fifty years ago.

Tragedy Strikes Lewiston, Maine: Mass Shootings Leave Dozens Dead and Injured, Manhunt Underway

Tragedy Strikes Lewiston, Maine: Mass Shootings Leave Dozens Dead and Injured, Manhunt Underway

Lewiston, Maine, was plunged into chaos Wednesday night as two separate mass shootings unfolded, claiming the lives of at least 16 people and 50 injured.

Maine School Board Rejects Church's Rental Application over Its Beliefs on Gay Marriage, Abortion: Lawsuit

Maine School Board Rejects Church's Rental Application over Its Beliefs on Gay Marriage, Abortion: Lawsuit

A school board in Maine has rejected a church's application to hold worship services at a high school as part of a long-term lease.

Maine Church Challenges State Law Requiring Schools to Support LGBT Policy to Participate in Tuition Program

Maine Church Challenges State Law Requiring Schools to Support LGBT Policy to Participate in Tuition Program

Officials in Maine are being sued by a local church over a state law that requires schools to adhere to an LGBT anti-discrimination policy in order to participate in a school tuition program.

Supreme Court Sides with Christian Parents: Maine Can't Ban Gov't Aid to Religious Schools

Supreme Court Sides with Christian Parents: Maine Can't Ban Gov't Aid to Religious Schools

The U.S. Supreme Court handed supporters of religious liberty a landmark victory Tuesday, striking down a Maine tuition assistance program that excludes religious schools from eligibility.

Supreme Court to Decide If Maine Parents Can Receive State Tuition Assistance to Send Their Kids to Private Religious Schools

Supreme Court to Decide If Maine Parents Can Receive State Tuition Assistance to Send Their Kids to Private Religious Schools

The U.S. Supreme court has decided to hear a case asking if parents in Maine can use state funds to pay for their children’s tuition at private religious schools.

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