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A spacecraft built and flown by Texas-based company Intuitive Machines landed near the moon’s south pole on Thursday, the first U.S. touchdown on the lunar surface in more than 50 years.
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Associated Press – Greece has become the first majority-Orthodox Christian nation to legalize same-sex marriage under civil law. At least for the near future, it will almost certainly be the only one.

Eastern Orthodox leadership, despite lacking a single doctrinal authority like a pope, has been united in opposing recognition of same-sex relationships both within its own rites and in the civil realm. Public opinion in majority Orthodox countries has mostly been opposed, too.

But there are some signs of change. Two small majority-Orthodox countries, Montenegro and Cyprus, have authorized same-sex unions in recent years, as did Greece in 2015 before upgrading to last week’s approval of full marital status.

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Starting two years ago, tens of thousands of Ukrainian teens ended up in neighboring Poland, some with their families and some without, among the millions of refugees who fled to other European countries.

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For most, the “money struggle” is constant, and the pressure can seem unbearable. How can you find relief?
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Mental health care, emergency responses and the detection of contraband drugs and weapons are all lacking, according to the latest watchdog report on the federal Bureau of Prisons.
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There are concerns a new disaster could largely go unnoticed because of the world's attention on the war in Gaza and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
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Despite a month of U.S.-led airstrikes, Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi rebels remain capable of launching significant attacks.

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God is calling people in many different nations. Should Christians continue voting or participating in the politics of their country?
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America’s commercial casinos won $66.5 billion from gamblers in 2023, the industry’s best year ever, according to new figures released by its national trade association.
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Fake news. Political bias. Relative truth. The media landscape is more confusing than ever.
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Christianity in the world today is comprised of endless groups and beliefs. Does this picture reflect the New Testament Church of 2,000 years ago?
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Nearly two-thirds of American Jews feel less secure in the U.S. than they did a year ago, according to a new national survey.
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Arms outstretched, a bearded Moses stands before a parted Red Sea, wooden staff in hand. Sandal-wearing Israelites make their way through a path between the walls of water. An angry Egyptian army follows closely behind.
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Widely varying guidance on when to keep children home has led to confusion, which many see as a factor in the nationwide epidemic of chronic school absences.
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The smell of baked haddock wafts through a parish as local families attend a church-sponsored Friday night dinner together. Heaps of coleslaw, macaroni salad and mashed potatoes fill diners’ plates, yet no trace of meat products such as beef are to be found.
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Songbirds, sea turtles, whales and other migratory animals move to different environments with changing seasons and are imperiled by habitat loss, illegal hunting and other factors.
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“These incidents can affect everything from patient care to payroll,” said cybersecurity analyst Brett Callow. “Fully recovering can take months, it’s not simply a matter of flicking a switch and everything comes back on.”
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Frigid temperatures and dreary skies often do not spark excitement, but with proper planning and a positive attitude, wintertime can be enjoyable for you and your family.

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