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Study: Some brain injury patients misdiagnosed

[QUOTE@right@180=The study raises the likelihood that many misdiagnosed patients have been starved to death, pro-life advocates said.]WASHINGTON (BP) -- Brain injury victims considered to be in a persistent vegetative state are sometimes being diagnosed inaccurately, according to a recent report.

Study: Pakistani textbooks have religious bias

WASHINGTON (BP) -- Pakistan is teaching its children religious intolerance, which has led to acts of discrimination and sometimes violence against minorities, according to a recent study.

Experts: religious liberty threats in U.S. growing

WASHINGTON (BP) — Recent “grave threats to religious liberty” have emerged, stifling religious organizations’ ability to serve communities in the United States, a congressional subcommittee was told recently. “This great national legacy of religious liberty has been subject to ever more frequent assault and ever more rapid erosion,” Roman Catholic bishop William Lori told a […]

Land, Wallis, talk politics, 2012 race

WASHINGTON (BP) -- Two evangelical pastors from opposite ends of the political spectrum found common ground Nov. 2 in a discussion concerning the role religion will play in the 2012 presidential elections.

Land, Wallis, talk politics, 2012 race

WASHINGTON (BP) -- Two evangelical pastors from opposite ends of the political spectrum found common ground Nov. 2 in a discussion concerning the role religion will play in the 2012 presidential elections.

Twins’ deaths show need for safe haven laws

[QUOTE@left@150='Safe haven laws … are effective to the extent that they are known about.']WASHINGTON (BP) -- A recent incident of double infanticide in Tennessee demonstrates the importance of mothers in crisis being aware of safe haven laws.

Changing charitable tax code could harm churches & charities, senators told

WASHINGTON (BP) -- The current tax deduction for charitable giving is under attack, and the services provided by churches and other institutions could suffer, U.S. senators were warned Oct. 18.

No church buildings left in Afghanistan

WASHINGTON (BP) -- Not one Christian church building is left standing in Afghanistan, according to the U.S. State Department. The last such public place of Christian worship was destroyed by its landowner in March 2010.

Ex-slave pleads for fellow Sudanese slaves

WASHINGTON (BP) — Ker Aleu Deng waved his white cane in front of his body as he stepped cautiously into the second floor hearing room at the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington. He had come to speak for those who could not speak for themselves and plead with the American government for help on […]

Blood test could aid sex-selective abortions

WASHINGTON (BP) -- A blood test recently proven to be capable of accurately determining the sex of an unborn child as early as seven weeks' gestation could result in an increase in gender-selective abortions in the United States.