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Leaving college again

Leaving college again

By Chelsea Kolz Boes
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Essay | When I graduated from college, I fell headlong into sleep—in the long and the short view. On the way home to New York when my family and I stopped for…

Long-awaited Loretta Lynch nomination approved

By Leigh Jones
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Government | The Senate voted to confirm Loretta Lynch as U.S. attorney general today, making her the first African-American woman to hold the post. Although some…

Google updates search formula to favor mobile-friendly sites

By Michael Cochrane
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Technology | A major change this week in Google’s dominant search algorithm might signal that the tech giant sees mobile devices rather than desktop computers as the…

The Armenian genocide in fiction and fact

The Armenian genocide in fiction and fact

By Marvin Olasky
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Persecution | Tomorrow is the centennial anniversary of the day Ottoman Turkish officials rounded up 250 Armenian leaders in Istanbul and began what’s now known as the…

Midday Roundup: U.S. kills American hostage in al-Qaeda strike

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Hostage deaths. A U.S. counterterrorism strike killed two Western hostages earlier this year, the White House said today. The military did not…

Was sacrifice of Ramadi dead in vain?

By Cal Thomas
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Iraq | “… that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain …” —Abraham Lincoln, the Gettysburg Address While the U.S. military in…

Christian scientists: Darwinian planet-eating Earth theory hard to swallow

By Julie Borg
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Science | Just as human babies often put things in their mouths and swallow them, researchers at Oxford University have developed a theory that, in its infancy, the…

Senate breaks gridlock, passes human trafficking bill

By J.C. Derrick
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Politics | Republicans win five-week battle over legislation’s abortion language

New sibling study finds no vaccine-autism link

By Daniel James Devine
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Vaccinations | New research on autistic siblings, published this week in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) , failed to find any association between autism…

All eyes on New Hampshire as campaign season revs up

By Mary Reichard & Kent Covington
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Campaign 2016 | The staff of The World and Everything in It has profiled 22 possible 2016 presidential candidates in its “White House Wednesday” series. Now they take a look

Ellie Holcomb on the beauty of brokenness

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | After starting a successful solo career, the singer-songwriter goes public with her imperfections

New documentary questions shaken baby cases

By Daniel James Devine
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Documentary | The Syndrome examines the questions some doctors are raising about abuse allegations that land parents and caregivers in jail

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