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White House Easter Egg Roll Canceled ‘Out Of An Abundance Of Caution’

White House Easter Egg Hunt

The White House Easter Egg Roll has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Office of the First Lady announced Monday that the Easter Egg Roll has been canceled “out of an abundance of caution and in accordance with the National Emergency Declaration concerning the COVID-19.” “The health and safety of all Americans must be the first priority, especially ...

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France, Israel Shut Down All Non-Essential Stores, Restaurants, Cafes

France and Israel shut down all non-essential stores, restaurants and cafes Saturday to prevent the coronavirus pandemic from spreading. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that all restaurants, cafes and movie theaters will shut down beginning Sunday, Fox News reported. France also declared that all non-essential stores, restaurants, movie theaters and cafes will shut down beginning Sunday, but French Prime Minister ...

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Texas Governor Declares ‘State Of Disaster’

The governor of Texas declared a “State of Disaster” Friday regarding the coronavirus pandemic. Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott declared the emergency at a press conference at the Texas State Capitol, according to a press release from his office. “From the very beginning, our number one objective has been to implement preventative strategies that build on our state’s existing public ...

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Senate To Remain In Session To Fight Coronavirus

The U.S. Senate will remain in session next week to fight the coronavirus pandemic. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Thursday afternoon that the Senate will cancel the scheduled recess and remain in session to focus on combating coronavirus. The announcement came as Congress attempts to pass legislation mitigating the outbreak of the disease. “Notwithstanding the scheduled state work period, ...

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Sasse Calls on Senate to Cancel Recess And Work Against Coronavirus: ‘The Senate Has Work To Do’

Republican Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse called on the United States senate to cancel their upcoming recess in light of the coronavirus pandemic. The Nebraska senator issued a Thursday morning statement in which he warned that the Senate has work to do to help Americans deal with the coronavirus. “Nursing home operators in Nebraska are telling me they’re worried because they ...

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Pro-Life Disabled Teen Explains Why She’s Glad Her Mother Ignored Doctor’s Suggestion To Abort Her

A pro-life teen born without a fully formed arm explains why she is grateful that her mother chose not to abort her. The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Mary Margaret Olohan spoke with high school student Marin Carter about her views on abortion, her support for President Donald Trump, and more. Here’s what she had to say. WATCH:   Content created ...

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‘Hail Satan’: Students Met With Public Masturbation, Glass Hurled, As They Pray Outside Abortion Clinic

Students praying outside a Washington Planned Parenthood were exposed to multiple instances of obscene and inappropriate behavior from people passing by. Incidents included a man masturbating at the students from a car, a woman flashing the students, a man hurling a glass vial at them, and a woman yelling, “Hail Satan.” “We will not back down because this just demonstrates ...

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Planned Parenthood President Blames American Support For Abortion Safety Requirements On A ‘Campaign Of Misinformation’ |

Acting Planned Parenthood president Alexis McGill Johnson said Thursday that American support for abortion safety requirements is due to a “campaign of misinformation” about abortion access. McGill Johnson spoke on “CBS This Morning” regarding June Medical Services v. Russo, a Supreme Court case in which an abortion provider is challenging a 2014 Louisiana state law that requires abortion providers to ...

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Trump Effect: Despite Coronavirus Fear-mongering, 273,000 Jobs Added, Unemployment At 3.5%

Donald Trump success

The U.S. economy added 273,000 jobs in February, while the unemployment rate was almost unchanged at 3.5%, according to Department of Labor data released Friday. There were 273,000 jobs added in February, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics report — about 48,000 more jobs than were added in January. February’s unemployment rate dipped slightly to 3.5% from January’s 3.6%, ...

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United States Conference Of Catholic Bishops Urges Prayers For A Pro-Life Victory In Supreme Court Case

The United States Catholic Conference of Bishops urged “people of all faiths” to pray that the Supreme Court upholds a pro-life Louisiana law. The USCCB has also filed an amicus curie brief urging the Supreme Court to uphold this law. June Medical Services v. Russo went before the court Wednesday. The United States Catholic Conference of Bishops urged “people of ...

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Chief Justice Roberts Condemns Schumer For ‘Dangerous’ And ‘Threatening Statements’

Chuck Schumer unhappy

Supreme Court Justice John Roberts chastised House Minority Leader Chuck Schumer Wednesday for Schumer’s “dangerous” and “threatening statements.” Schumer spoke Wednesday at a rally in front of the United States Supreme Court where justices heard June Medical Services v. Russo, a case in which an abortion provider challenges a 2014 Louisiana state law that requires abortion providers to have admitting ...

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U.S. Colleges And Universities Cancel Study Abroad Programs Amid Coronavirus Fears

American colleges and universities are bringing home students in study abroad programs over fears of the coronavirus. Collegiate institutions across the country call for students to leave their study abroad programs and return to the U.S. as the virus escalates, killing over 3,000 people worldwide. The University of Dallas, a Catholic school based in Texas, announced on Monday that the ...

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Schumer Warns Gorsuch And Kavanaugh They Will ‘You Have Released The Whirlwind And You Will Pay The Price’

Chuck Schumer

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer warned Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch against taking away “fundamental rights” on abortion. Schumer spoke Wednesday at a rally in front of the Supreme Court as justices hear an abortion case. “You won’t know what hit you if you go forward with these awful decisions,” Schumer warned. Republican Sen. Ben Sasse said ...

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Coronavirus Kills Two in U.S., Over 3,000 World Wide

As of Monday morning, the coronavirus has claimed the lives of over 3,000 persons worldwide, including two Americans. Despite government-issued travel warnings and restrictions, the coronavirus continues to spread throughout the world. Two people the United States have now died from the virus in Washington state, according to the Washington State Department of Health. Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo ...

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