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This dog jumps, skateboards, flips over backwards, and does pretty much anything. You jaw will drop watching this!
The Washington Wizards and the Chicago Bulls will fight it out in Game 2 of the NBA 2014 Playoffs on Tuesday night with the Bulls looking to rectify their Game 1 loss – a result that should and could have gone their way, but ultimately they let a big lead slip in the final quarter.
This five piece band Pentatonix creates an amazing and masterful harmony of musical talent using just the human body. An unbelievable version of "Happy".
The Brooklyn Nets will play the Toronto Raptors in Game 2 of their NBA 2014 Playoffs series, with the Nets looking to go 2-0 and open up a big lead as they look to progress to the next round.
A series of short lessons in the life of a puppy. This is hilarious
The Atlanta Hawks will play the Indiana Pacers in Game 2 of their NBA 2014 Playoffs series on Tuesday night, with the Hawks looking to keep the Pacers on their downward slide by dumping them into a 0-2 hole.
Allow me to coin a new phrase in this debate. I contend these assertions by same-sex marriage proponents and their resulting negative influences on some in the evangelical camp are what we might call a "Tokyo Rose Effect."
The similarities between Putin and Obama are many. They both conjure up fake crises to get what they want. Putin says Crimea wanted him—so he takes a piece of Ukraine. Obama said our healthcare system was broken—so he invaded one seventh of our economy and took it. Both demonize their enemies with lies, aided by a subordinate press, in hopes of stigmatizing opponents. Both use the Saul Alinsky playbook.
When Larry Nimmer stumbled upon the former VP giving away daughter Sarah, he filmed the event and even got a question in. He later learned it was a foot-in-mouth moment.
University of Texas sociology professor Mark Regnerus acknowledged criticisms of his recent study that compared the outcomes of children raised by same-sex couples against those who are raised by their biological and heterosexual parents during a panel discussion at the Ethics & Religious Liberty leadership summit in Nashville, Monday night.
She thought she was going to watch a slideshow. Instead, she got the most joyful shock from her friends!
Two years ago, a tragedy struck a Southern California family. 19 year-old Anthony Vincent Devaney was hit by a vehicle and was killed as he crossed a street near a freeway exit ramp in Lake Elsinore.
You don't need expensive equipment to document the magic of nature. Josh Reeves used a little creativity and got a very cool result.
A military religious freedom activist has called on the United States military to distance itself from the National Day of Prayer Task Force.
Sometimes God will glorify Himself by the way you and I lean on Him and trust Him through our suffering and hardships. At other times, He will glorify Himself by simply removing those things.
In "The Birdcage," Christ and the devil contend over the fate of humanity. The price is exceedingly high, but Jesus, thankfully, pays.
When you are working or volunteering in the pro-life movement day in and day out, you can easily get consumed by the big picture and lose sight of what is happening every day in the nation's abortion mills. Working in the pro-life movement can sometimes make us too immune to the killing. We worry about money, politics, and metrics and we get bummed by our lack of sleep and time away from family.
An 8-year-old Michigan boy described as "special needs" by his stepfather is now facing two felony counts after an altercation with police in Allegan County, during which he broke a camera and caused other damage.
Immaculate Conception Church in Arlington, Wash. collected donations for the victims of the March 22 landslide that took 41 lives.
A group of New Jersey churches held a Stations of the Cross procession with each stop being put at a scene of a violent crime.

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