Gospel star Erica Campbell says Christianity doesn't equal conservatism
Asking herself some introspective questions birthed the idea for gospel singer Erica Campbell's new book, "More Than Pretty." She also discusses her new single, "Praying and Believing," and says being a Christian does not mean you're a conservative.
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Here's the latest for Thursday, November 20: Former aide testifies Ukraine was "domestic political errand;" Israeli Prime Minister indicted on corruption charges; Two dead in Air Force jet crash; New Central Park statue to honor women's rights pio...
Former White House adviser Fiona Hill pushed back on questioning during impeachment hearing saying all of the witnesses had not only a legal obligation to come but a moral one as well.
Teala Davies, who says she was sexually assaulted by Jeffrey Epstein, beginning when she was 17, is suing his estate for battery, assault and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
In riveting testimony, former White House adviser Fiona Hill told lawmakers Ambassador Gordon Sondland carried out a "domestic political errand" for President Trump on Ukraine, operating outside of official diplomatic channels.
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A former White House Russia analyst is denouncing as “fictional” the contention from some Republicans that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 election and warned lawmakers not to advance a politically motivated narrative helpful to Russia.
A Foreign Service officer says he overheard a phone call between President Donald Trump and a U.S. ambassador in which they discussed investigations requested of Ukraine.