U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions removes himself from campaign probes

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Thursday he would stay out of any probe into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election but maintained he did nothing wrong by failing to disclose he met last year with Russia's ambassador.

Photo: U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks at a news conference at the Justice Department in Washington, U.S., March 2, 2017.

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Tens of thousands stand by 'Fixer Upper' Chip and Joanna Gaines after Buzzfeed attack

"HGTV stars Chip and Joanna Gaines of 'Fixer Upper' have been publicly targeted by media outlets merely for attending a church whose pastor, Jimmy Seibert, has preached on the biblical view of marriage and sexuality," according to a petition by Family Research Council. As of Monday, over 31,000 have signed a petition applauding Seibert for his stand for morality.


Man claims Jesus told him to beat demons out of girlfriend

Christopher Hyler, a 28-year-old Ohio man, has been indicted by a grand jury on charges of kidnapping, felonious assault, vandalism and retaliation after he claimed in court that Jesus – the Prince of Peace – asked him to beat the demons out of his girlfriend.


REVIEW: 'Believe' has heart

The Christmas-centric film "Believe" (PG) opens in about 600 theaters this weekend, telling the story of one Matthew Peyton (Ryan O'Quinn), who struggles to find hope in life as his workforce and the town's citizens turn against him.


FBI: Albuquerque pro-life clinic blaze was intentional

Students for Life asks Planned Parenthood to condemn the torching of the pro-life clinic in Albuquerque, the late-term abortion capital of the country. Planned Parenthood, which swiftly condemns any violence or threat against its abortion clinics, remains silent.