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New viral photo challenge has people snapping pics in craft stores
The "Hobby Lobby Challenge" is flooding social media feeds with portraits of people.
'Hobby Lobby Challenge' inspires pretty photos in big chain stores
In an ever-growing list of online challenges powered by social media, the latest trend proves that even amateur photographers can snap a shot in a drab location and make it look fab! shooting in hobby lobby is the new thing now am I right pic.twitter.com/vh3jIISFgf — Kelsey Maggart KelseyMaggart)
In reversal, FEMA says houses of worship now eligible for disaster relief
Following a lawsuit filed by three churches damaged in Hurricane Harvey last year, FEMA has reversed a policy that prevented houses of worship from accessing disaster relief funds, according to a guidance document published by the agency today. The disputed policy allowed "community centers" and
Museum of the Bible faces revelations, controversy as it opens
In the beginning, there was Hobby Lobby president Steve Green and his first purchase of a biblical artifact in 2009 that launched the Green Collection. What Green has accomplished since then is a full-fledged museum dedicated to the "Book of Books" in Washington, D.C. After nearly three years of
Mom makes pop-culture Halloween costumes for her twin girls each day of October
For Lauren Mancke, a mother of three, the realization that her kids will one day choose their own Halloween costumes has inspired her to take on a creative endeavor for the second time. Mancke, 32, a developer and web designer, is creating a new costume for her twin 8-month-old daughters each day
Trump administration rolling back mandate to cover birth control
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released two new rules today allowing employers to claim exemptions to covering contraception under the Affordable Care Act . The rules go into effect today. The first new rule allows any employer to opt against providing birth control coverage based
Judge Neil Gorsuch confirmed as Supreme Court justice
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and MaryAlice Parks give us a look at the Senate confirmation of Neil Gorsuch.
Judge Neil Gorsuch: What you need to know about the next SCOTUS justice
The United States Senate voted to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court Friday by a 54-45 margin. Gorsuch's elevation to the country's highest court comes almost 14 months following the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. Gorsuch's nomination was marred by partisan battle in the Senate,
Supreme Court nominee seeks distance from Trump administration, says attacks on federal judges 'disheartening'
Judge Neil Gorsuch sought to distance himself from the Trump administration and slam the president for his attacks against federal judges during his testimony before members of Congress on Tuesday, his second day of a Supreme Court confirmation hearing. Gorsuch said he was offended by language used
Judge Neil Gorsuch called on to represent all Americans in confirmation hearing
Judge Neil Gorsuch testified at his Supreme Court confirmation hearing that while he is acutely aware of his imperfections as a federal judge, he has spent his career presiding over cases with open-mindedness and tolerance for different opinions with respect to the rule of law. "Putting on a robe