Daily Dispatches

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Breaking news along with stories other media tend to overlook.

Europe gives France a slap on the wrist over spanking support

Europe gives France a slap on the wrist over spanking support

By Kiley Crossland
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France | The French government is taking a stand on spanking a year after getting a reprimand from Europe’s top human rights body. Last week, the Family Ministry of…

Kabul attack underscores war’s toll on Afghan civilians

By Anna K. Poole
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Terrorism | New UN report shows women, children suffer the most from ongoing violence

Trump, Clinton snare wins in New York

By Leigh Jones
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Campaign 2016 | Tonight’s victories propel the presidential front-runners closer to their parties’ respective nominations

Court backs choose-your-own-restroom policy

By Lynde Langdon
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Transgenderism | Federal appeals court rules high school discriminated against transgender student with restroom policy

Missouri Christians unite to support religious liberty bill

By Bonnie Pritchett
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Religious Liberty | The proposed constitutional amendment would let voters decide on protections for individuals and business owners who oppose same-sex marriage

Christian groups send spiritual, physical comfort to Ecuador

By Laura Finch
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Disaster relief | Faith-based groups provide shelter, hope to survivors of Saturday’s massive earthquake

Midday Roundup: New Yorkers vote in primary today

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Casting ballots. Voters in New York are lining up at polling places across the state to cast ballots in the Democratic and Republican presidential…

How to prevent another Flint

By Michael Cochrane
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Environment | Widespread lead poisoning from residential plumbing is not inevitable, one expert says

Hundreds of African migrants drown journeying to Europe

By Onize Ohikere
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Refugees | Hundreds of African migrants have drowned in the Mediterranean Sea while trying to illegally cross to Europe, according to reports from Somalia.  The…

‘Agrihoods’ put nature at the center of life

By Rob Holmes
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Lifestyle | Across the United States, “agrihoods” like Georgia’s Serenbe or Idaho’s Hidden Springs are satisfying a craving Americans have for feeling more…

Supreme Court considers future of American immigration policy

By Evan Wilt
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Supreme Court | WASHINGTON—The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments on Monday from 26 states attempting to stop President Barack Obama’s executive orders on immigration,

Does cross-border raid signal rise of new armed group in South Sudan?

By Onize Ohikere
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South Sudan | Gunmen from South Sudan raided a town in western Ethiopia over the weekend, killing 208 people and kidnapping 108 children, officials said on Sunday. The…

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