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Cancer Death Rate Has Its Biggest Single-Year Drop Reported

The United States cancer death rate experienced its biggest single-year drop ever reported in 2017, according to the American Cancer Society. Cancer death rates in the United States dropped 2.2% during 2017, the American Cancer Society said Wednesday according to the Washington Post. This drop is partially due to medical and societal gains against lung cancer reflected in both falling ...

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FLASHBACK: Biden Once Said Iranian Attacks Were An ‘Act Of War’

Former Vice President Joe Biden once said that Iranian attacks were “an act of war.”   The 2020 presidential candidate criticized President Donald Trump’s decision to take out top Iranian General Qasem Soleimani. But Biden said in 1996 that the United States can take “whatever action it deems appropriate” against Iran. Content created by The Daily Caller News Foundation is ...

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Here’s Why Authors, Theologians Think Pope Francis Cooperates With The Chinese Government Despite Persecution Of Religious Groups

Pope Francis came to a hotly debated deal with the authoritarian Chinese government in 2018. The move caused widespread confusion among Catholics, who watch as China continues persecution of religious groups. The Daily Caller News Foundation spoke to authors and theologians regarding the motives behind Pope Francis’s cooperation with China. Pope Francis caused widespread confusion among Catholics when he agreed ...

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Trump Campaign Strikes Back At Biden Over Iran Comments: ‘He Even Opposed Taking Out Osama Bin Laden’

President Donald Trump’s campaign struck back at 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden Friday after the former vice president said that the Obama administration “solved” the Iran issue. Biden spoke Friday morning at a campaign event in Iowa where he asserted that the Trump administration’s actions have put an “extremely dangerous problem that our administration had solved and put on the back ...

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Biden Says Iran Is An Issue ‘Our Administration Had Solved And Put On the Back Burner’

2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden described the situation in Iran as an issue that “our administration had solved and put on the back burner.” The former vice president spoke Friday at a campaign event in Iowa where he touched on the Thursday death of top Iranian General Qasem Soleimani. The Pentagon confirmed that President Donald Trump’s Defense Department ordered a ...

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State Department Urges Americans To ‘Immediately’ Leave Iraq

The State Department urged Americans to leave Iraq due to “heightened tensions” following the death of top Iranian General Qasem Soleimani. The Pentagon confirmed Thursday that President Donald Trump’s Defense Department ordered a U.S. military airstrike that killed Soleimani, the leader of Iran’s elite Quds Force. Following Soleimani’s death, the State Department urged Americans to leave Iraq and suspended all ...

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‘Teacher’ Is The Most Common Occupation Among Bernie Sanders’s 4th Quarter Donors

The most common occupation for fourth-quarter donors to 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders is teacher, his campaign said Thursday. The Vermont senator raised more than $34.5 million in the final months of 2019, rounding out the fourth quarter with the largest campaign donations a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate has announced. Sanders brought in a total of $96 million in ...

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67% Of White Evangelicals Stand Firmly Against Abortion, Poll Shows

A majority of white Evangelicals strongly support restrictions on abortion, a poll released Thursday shows. Sixty-seven percent of white Evangelicals said that they support making abortion illegal except in cases of rape or incest or in case of a threat to the mother’s life, a poll conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research found. The poll results ...

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Julian Castro Drops Out Of 2020 Race

Democratic presidential candidate Julian Castro dropped out of the 2020 presidential race Thursday. Castro is a former U.S. secretary of housing and urban development and was the only Latino candidate.  “I’m so proud of the campaign we’ve run together,” Castro said in a video released by his campaign. “We’ve shaped the conversation on so many important issues in this race, ...

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Indiana AG Dropped A Report On Prolific Abortionist Ulrich Klopfer On New Year’s Eve. Here’s What’s New

The Indiana Attorney General’s office dropped a report on Ulrich Klopfer on New Years Eve. The report details an investigation into the prolific abortionist who stored thousands of fetal remains on his property. Klopfer’s clinics were found in disgusting states of disarray, the report found, and the thousands of fetal remains cannot be identified. The Indiana Attorney General’s office on ...

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Here’s Some Of The Most Explicit Material Teen Vogue Published In 2019 |

Teen Vogue published many highly explicit stories aimed at a teenage audience in 2019. The publication posted stories about anal sex, sex magic, fat sex, and more. Teen Vogue is driven by a “clear agenda to sexualize and exploit the minds of its young teen and tween readers,” Enough is Enough President Donna Rice Hughes warns. Teen Vogue churned out ...

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New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio Blames Anti-Semitic Attacks On Hate ‘Emanating From Washington’

Democratic New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio blamed hate “emanating from Washington” Sunday for anti-Semitic attacks throughout the country. The New York City mayor told Fox News’s Ed Henry on “America’s News HQ” that the hate coming from Washington is “having an effect on all of us.” “I also want us to be clear what’s happening here,” de Blasio ...

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Priest Imprisoned For Nine Years After Calling Chinese Communist Party ‘Morally Incompatible With The Christian Faith’

A Chinese court sentenced a priest to prison for nine years Monday after the priest called the Chinese Communist Party “morally incompatible with the Christian faith.” The court sentenced 46-year-old Pastor Wang Yi, who led the Protestant Early Rain Covenant Church in the Chinese city of Chengdu, for incitement of subversion of state power and for illegal business operations, according ...

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The Most Extreme Pro-Abortion Policies Of 2019

Pro-abortion lawmakers fought fiercely to loosen abortion laws in 2019. January bills in New York and Virginia particularly demonstrated Democratic lawmakers’ determination to make abortion available at all stages. Lawmakers pushed to expand abortion access, to discard abortion health and safety standards, and to remove age requirements for obtaining abortions. Pro-abortion lawmakers throughout the United States sought to instate policies ...

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Buttigieg Slammed For Christmas Tweet Saying Jesus Was A Refugee

2020 presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg sparked a backlash on Christmas Day when he tweeted that Jesus Christ came into the world “not as a citizen but as a refugee.” The Democratic South Bend, Indiana, mayor wished his followers a “merry Christmas” and said he and millions of others around the world were celebrating the “arrival of divinity on earth.” Buttigieg ...

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