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Since the South Sudan conflict began in December 2013 until April 2018, nearly 400,000 people have died, a new report says. Around 4.5 million people have been displaced. […] Read More

Human trafficking cases in the U.S. increased slightly in 2017 to 1,220 reported offenses by law enforcement, the FBI said. Texas had the highest number of cases. […] Read More

A faith-based advocate for public education will swing through the Volunteer State as part of a broad, national push in support of education as a public trust. […] Read More

Chris Sanders is a practicing employment lawyer, active in law, labor, faith and politics. […] Read More

More than two-thirds of the world’s children work in conditions categorized as “child labor,” with many products on the international marketplace produced by child laborers, two government reports say. […] Read More

Scheduled for release on Oct. 1, a report will give the public a long overdue snapshot of female clergy across a wide spectrum of Christian denominations and traditions. […] Read More

U.S. obesity rates have more than tripled over the last 40 years among those aged 19 and younger, a new CDC report says, increasing to 18.5 percent from 5.2 percent. […] Read More

Despite claims that federal anti-poverty programs have failed, social safety nets have been effective in reducing U.S. poverty over the past 50 years, a new report says. […] Read More

U.S. adults with a favorable view of Pope Francis dropped sharply from August to September, a new Gallup report says. Non-Catholic responses were the primary cause of this decline. […] Read More

The #MeToo movement has prompted more U.S. Protestant clergy to address sexual abuse in their churches, a new LifeWay Research report says. […] Read More