WICHITA, Kan. -- A Kansas man was charged in Federal Court yesterday with making threats last August to kill Operation Rescue staff members and rape their daughters.

Christopher M. Thompson, 22, faces three counts of threatening communications for a series of phone calls to Operation Rescue's office and to one staff member's cell phone. He faces a maximum penalty of five years in prison and $250,000 fines for each count.

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NEW YORK -- Numerous studies show that marriage is the number one solution to poverty and that it helps children and families thrive. How will you highlight the importance of marriage during National Marriage Week (February 7-14)? National Marriage Week provides a non-commercial way to celebrate around Valentine's Day and serves as an ideal time to highlight the importance of marriage for individuals, families, and our nation as a whole.

National Marriage Week USA is:

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TUCSON -- Life Legal Executive Director and attorney Alexandra Snyder and Bobby Schindler, Founder of the Terri Schiavo Life and Hope Network met with hospital administrators in Tucson, Arizona this morning regarding a young man who has been denied nutrition and hydration.

David Ruiz, 32, suffered a stroke nearly a month ago, resulting in a serious brain injury. St. Joseph's Hospital in Tucson withdrew David's nutrition and most of his hydration nearly three weeks ago, saying food and water were "futile" medical treatments because of David's injury.

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COLUMBIA, S.C. – The South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR) and the IRS will begin accepting Individual Income Tax returns on Monday, January 28, 2019.

The SCDOR is encouraging taxpayers to file electronically. “It’s faster, more accurate, and the safest method of filing,” said SCDOR Director Hartley Powell. “Last year, 89% of South Carolinians filed electronically. We hope to exceed that number this year.”

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DUMFRIES, Va., Jan. 22, 2019 /Christian Newswire/ -- Grace Church is offering emergency loans and food to its members that are impacted by the current federal government shutdown. Last Sunday, Bishop Derek Grier asked the families in his congregation that have been negatively impacted by the government shutdown to stand for a moment of prayer. As he looked out over his congregation, he was surprised to see that at least one out of every three people were standing. Grier said, "I lost sleep that night thinking about what could be done to help the many families in need. Grace is more than a church, it is a family, and family must take care of family."

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ORLANDO, Fla. -- A new media streaming company focusing on Family-friendly entertainment.

24 Flix (24flix.com), is a new Netflix style streaming service offering family friendly content that is free of profanity, sex, nudity and promises all of their content will be a max rating of PG-13. They also aim to incorporate live streaming during special events such as red carpets, conferences and sporting events.

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St. Louis, MO: Today on The Movement with Ed Martin, a nationally-syndicated radio program with Salem Radio Network, Mr. Martin interviewed Kentucky Representative Thomas Massie on his defense of the young men from Covington Catholic High School. 

Listen to the audio by clicking the below graphic. 

"The fake narrative about these boys created by mainstream media outlets is absolutely disgraceful," said Ed Martin, president of Phyllis Schlafly Eagles. "All those media outlets and even some conservative public figures who threw these young men under the bus based on an out-of-context viral video should be ashamed. Rep. Thomas Massie represents these students in the Fourth District of Kentucky, and he is setting the record straight on these fake news lies."

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