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Supreme Court sides with coach in public school prayer case

In a 6-3 vote June 27, the Supreme Court ruled that a former high school football coach had the right to pray on the football field after games because his prayers were private speech and did not represent the public school’s endorsement of religion.

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‘Defend these innocent civilians,’ says Ukrainian Catholic archbishop

Russian President Vladimir Putin did not invade Ukraine out of concern that NATO would encroach on his borders, but concern about “the disease of democracy that could spread like a virus, and that’s deadly for oligarchies and authoritarian rulers,” said the archbishop who serves as a “foreign minister” for the Ukrainian Catholic Church.

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PAW Patrol: The Movie — G (A-I)

Really objectionable elements are nil. But the very smallest movie fans of PAW Patrol might be frightened by the dangerous situations our brave band

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