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Appeals court delays abortion for illegal-alien teen

WASHINGTON – A D.C. appeals court decided Friday that an illegal-alien teen cannot be denied an abortion but ordered the federal government to find her a private sponsor to ensure the government doesn’t facilitate the procedure. The court gave the government until Oct. 31 to find a sponsor for the 17-year-old, referred to in court […] …

Watch: Abortion biz promotes termination … at 37 weeks

Late-term abortions are priciest, and likely most profitable, for abortionists. They also are the ones most easily targeted by pro-lifers, since the infant is sometimes only a few weeks from being a full-term child. So controversy has followed them wherever they are done – formerly at the late George Tiller’s site in Wichita, Kansas, or […] …

Aspiring pastor stabs wife 123 times, blames cough syrup

Police say an aspiring pastor in North Carolina stabbed and cut his wife 123 times while he was was in a cough syrup-induced stupor. Matthew James Phelps, 28, said he woke up and discovered his wife’s blood-saturated body next to him in their North Raleigh home on Sept. 1, the News and Observer reported. “I think […] …

Track this! Olympians now face implanted chips

The head of an association of Olympic athletes wants to require anyone who participates in the Summer or Winter Games to be implanted with a tracking chip to prevent the use of performance-enhancing drugs. Mike Miller, CEO of the World Olympians Association, remarked recently at an anti-doping forum in London that athletes should accept digital implants or be barred from […] …

Stunner! California governor protects religious institutions

In a decision surprising to many, the governor of far-left California has supported the right of religious institutions to exercise their faith in hiring decisions. California recently became a “sanctuary state” that ignores federal immigration laws, has led the fight against traditional marriage and, among many other legislative measures, restricted the right of Christian counselors to help overcome same-sex attraction. But now Gov. […] …

This day in WND history: Ted Kennedy tries water rescue

Ahoy! Ted Kennedy tries water rescue Oct. 17, 2005: The late-Sen. Ted Kennedy, who had been dogged by criticism since a 1969 car accident in which his passenger drowned, tried to come to the aid of six men trapped by high tide on a jetty off Hyannisport, Massachusetts, though he eventually left the rescue to Hyannis firefighters. […] …

Hurricanes, floods, fires … and now a supervolcano threatens U.S.

The “supervolcano” at Yellowstone National Park has been hit by a swarm of hundreds of earthquakes in recent weeks. And now, there is more bad news from scientists – it could blow far sooner than anticipated. Evidence recently presented at a volcanism conference in Portland, Oregon, suggests the process which led to Yellowstone’s most recent […] …