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Energy-efficient power plant sets birds on fire

By Allie Hulcher
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Newsworthy | Sometimes well-meaning environmental measures can cause adverse affects. A state-of-the-art solar plant in the Mojave Desert powers 140,000 homes but…

What a girl ballplayer taught me about prejudice

By Barnabas Piper
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Sports | Mo’ne Davis is a baseball star, one of the best pitchers in the world. Well, among 12-year-olds. Davis has made a name for herself—that’s right her

Ohio closes facility operated by inventor of partial-birth abortion

By Courtney Crandell
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Abortion | Abortionist Martin Haskell ceased operations today at his Sharonville, Ohio, abortion facility after his attorneys announced they would not appeal a ruling…

It’s just a little stain

It’s just a little stain

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | There remain a few curious mysteries in life—like why a new car’s value is immediately depleted when it is driven off the showroom floor; like why this…

Are churchgoing Christians really succumbing to culture creep?

Are churchgoing Christians really succumbing to culture creep?

By Andrew Branch
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Culture | A couple’s sexual history is tied to their happiness in marriage, researchers with the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia said Tuesday.

Midday Roundup: Combating the Islamic State’s ‘apocalyptic’ vision

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Shock and awe. Speaking at a news conference Thursday, U.S. defense leaders called ISIS, the terror group scourging northern Iraq, the most dangerous threat…

Are we winning the abortion debate or just having more babies?

Are we winning the abortion debate or just having more babies?

By Kiley Crossland
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Abortion | Americans may be growing more pro-life because pro-life families are having more babies, according to a recent paper by two Northwestern University…

Using antibacterial everything could actually make you sick

Using antibacterial everything could actually make you sick

By Julie Borg
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Health | Antibacterial compounds, found in more than 2,000 everyday products, may pose health risks for pregnant women and their unborn babies, scientists reported at…

What the river speaks

What the river speaks

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Cities | The danger of a once-productive waterfront—and nation—going idle

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Game changer

By Angela Lu
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Lifestyle | Gamechurch is seizing opportunities to reach the gaming community

Groundhog reform day

Groundhog reform day

By Marvin Olasky
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Back to School | Back to school 2014 finds American education in the midst of yet another expensive revolution

 
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