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They exist: millennials opposed to gay marriage

WASHINGTON (BP) -- Called to speak at the March 26 marriage rally in Washington, D.C., Alison Howard ran to the stage's microphone in an adrenaline-fueled burst. The 24-year-old graduate of Liberty University said she wanted to "talk to the grown-ups" supporting traditional marriage at the event on the National Mall.

New White House faith liaison ‘fair-minded’

WASHINGTON (BP) — Melissa Rogers, the director of Wake Forest University’s Center for Religion and Public Affairs and a senior fellow with The Brookings Institution, has been named by the White House to lead President Obama’s Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. The director’s job makes Rogers the point person for the Obama administration’s outreach […]

Obama, at Nat’l Prayer Breakfast, talks faith

WASHINGTON (BP) -- President Obama, appearing at his fifth National Prayer Breakfast on Feb. 6, touted the power of prayer to create unity and humility in a 20-minute speech that ignored such controversial topics as same-sex marriage, immigration and abortion.

Group: DADT repeal has harmed religious liberty

WASHINGTON (BP) — One year after the military began allowing gay, lesbian and bisexual service members to openly proclaim their sexuality, some conservative groups continue to call for an end to the change in policy. But their pleas are falling largely on deaf ears on Capitol Hill, where most lawmakers seem content to focus on […]

Group: DADT repeal has harmed religious liberty

WASHINGTON (BP) — One year after the military began allowing gay, lesbian and bisexual service members to openly proclaim their sexuality, some conservative groups continue to call for an end to the change in policy. But their pleas are falling largely on deaf ears on Capitol Hill, where most lawmakers seem content to focus on […]

Gay marriage at issue in Pentagon budget bill

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (BP) -- President Obama told the graduating class of U.S. Air Force Academy cadets May 23 that they are starting their service at a time when the burden of national security no longer falls so heavily on the military's shoulders.

Bill would ban sex and race-selection abortions

WASHINGTON (BP) -- Conservative lawmakers in the House of Representatives are making a push to ban abortions based on the gender or race of unborn babies.

Pa. 9/11 site gets major makeover

SHANKSVILLE, Pa. (BP)–The pilgrimages here started soon after the attacks. Local resident Donna Glessner remembers seeing visitors navigating Somerset County’s rural roads with maps spread out on their dashboards. Many ended up taking pictures of the wrong place. The visitors bold enough to flag down a local always asked two questions: Where did the plane […]