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While the Biden administration continues prosecuting pro-life Americans, one organization is fighting back in court. Pro-life group 40 Days for Life filed a lawsuit this week against the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) for "[m]alicious/retaliatory prosecution, abuse of process, false arrest and related claims" committed against pro-life advocate and Catholic father of seven Mark Houck.

As the White House celebrates President Joe Biden's attempts to remake the federal judiciary, one of his most extreme appointees came under withering fire in the U.S. Senate after it was revealed she had signed off on transferring a male sex offender to a female prison. U.S. Magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn of the Southern District of New York had to answer for her decision before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

As President Joe Biden considers adopting a global health agreement that would turn the power of the federal government over to leaders of a world government, dozens of governors have put him on notice that they "stand united in opposition" to handing over America's national sovereignty.

The Alabama Supreme Court ruling in February recognizing human embryos as people triggered widespread panic that in vitro fertilization (IVF) would be banned. Republicans have since tried to protect IVF, including a new federal bill introduced by Senators Ted Cruz (Texas) and Katie Britt (Ala.). But does the legislation do more harm than good? And how should Christians respond to an industry that experts warn is severely unregulated and preys on parents? Family Research Council Director for the Center of Human Dignity Mary Szoch joined "Washington Watch" to discuss.

In the face of rabid leftist backlash over an explicitly Christian commencement speech he delivered, football star Harrison Butker is finding plenty of support. The Kansas City Chiefs kicker's bold proclamation of countercultural Christian truth to the 2024 graduating class at the Catholic Benedictine College sparked the ire of leftists, both within the National Football League (NFL) and without.

While some states still allow children to go under the knife in the name of "gender identity," the Palmetto State has become the latest to officially protect children from invasive gender transition interventions. On Tuesday, South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster (R) signed into law House Bill 4624, known as the "Help Not Harm" bill, prohibiting gender transition procedures for minors. McMaster said on social media that the new law "protects our state's children from irreversible gender transition procedures and bans public funds from being used for them."


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