BY RACHEL DELGUIDICE Life News reported on Aug. 29th that all Ohio abortion facilities are out of compliance with Ohio law, yet these clinics continue to perform abortions. Thanks to
BY MELISSA SIEGLER Ukraine and the Pro-Russian rebels have agreed to a ceasefire that will end almost five months of fighting. The New York Times reported that negotiators representing all
BY MELISSA SIEGLER As we approach the 13th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the United States on Sept. 11, 2001 and the second anniversary of the terrorist attack on
BY MELISSA SIEGLER On Tuesday, Sept. 2, a video surfaced of the terrorist group ISIS killing 31-year-old journalist, Steven Sotloff, who disappeared in Syria in 2013. The ISIS militant who
BY JEAN-MARIE BRALLEY President Obama will not act on immigration until after the mid-term elections in November, said White House officials Saturday. They said this decision was made in an
BY JEAN-MARIE BRALLEY A gay group will be participating openly for the first time in New York City’s St. Patrick’s Day parade in March, the parade committee said Sept. 3.
BYJEAN-MARIE BRALLEY Louisiana’s gay marriage ban was upheld Sept. 3 by U.S. District Judge Martin Feldman. This ruling was the first of its kind after more than 20 states overturned
BY ALESSIA SCOCCIA Sarah Harkins, an alumna of Franciscan University of Steubenville, passed away on July 28 after an allergic reaction to wasp stings. Harkins was married to Eric Harkins