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Supreme Court Confirms First Amendment Protections for Whistleblowers

Supreme Court Confirms First Amendment Protections for Whistleblowers

By Allie Hulcher   (WNS)–In a decision that could give more rights to public workers who speak out against government corruption, the U.S. Supreme Court on June 19 ruled unanimously in...
Presbyterians Redefine Marriage

Presbyterians Redefine Marriage

By Jeff Walton WASHINGTON –  Presbyterians have voted to allow their pastors to preside over marriages between people of the same sex in states where it is legal. The move follows a 2010 vote...
Oklahoma Dumps Common Core as Dominoes Fall

Oklahoma Dumps Common Core as Dominoes Fall

By  Alex Newman Oklahoma became the third state to officially dump the Obama administration-pushed national education standards known as Common Core, handing a major victory to opponents of the...
National Shorts

National Shorts

Seattle Pacific University Student Stopped Gunman, Saved Lives   (WNS)–Officials are hailing a Seattle Pacific University student as a hero for his role in subduing a 26-year-old gunman who...
Marchers Unite for Marriage

Marchers Unite for Marriage

People of many faiths and cultures gathered at the nation’s capital to rally support for traditional marriage   By Emily Scheie & Rikki Elizabeth Stinnette   (WNS)–Elaine...
High School Student Defies Officials, Shares Faith in Speech

High School Student Defies Officials, Shares Faith in Speech

By  Dave Bohon The salutatorian of a senior class in California threw caution to the wind at the high school’s June 12 graduation ceremony, using his short speech to share his faith in God —...
Colorado Baker Ordered to Make Same-Sex Wedding Cakes

Colorado Baker Ordered to Make Same-Sex Wedding Cakes

By Andrew Branch   (WNS)–Colorado’s Civil Rights Commission on Friday ordered a Christian baker to make wedding cakes for same-sex couples, ruling his religious objections did not trump...
Boy Scout Troop 412 Breaks Camp

Boy Scout Troop 412 Breaks Camp

One Georgia troop pitches its tents with Trail Life following the Boy Scouts’ ruling last year on gay members   By Blake Adams   (WNS)–For Boy Scout Troop 412, it was a pretty...
Carman Will Sing Benefit Concert for Peace and Providence at Praise Tabernacle in Cranston

Carman Will Sing Benefit Concert for Peace and Providence at Praise Tabernacle in Cranston

The Good News Today Staff   Carman Domenic Licciardello is an enigma in Christian music, often described as part evangelist, part Vegas Showman. His concerts were more like a rock and roll Billy...
RI Men of Hope – May, June Report 2014

RI Men of Hope – May, June Report 2014

By John Mentus Recently I was reminded of a couple of quotes almost everyone has contemplated at one time or another; “they want community and friendship, but if you mention accountability and...