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The felon vote

By Cal Thomas

Campaign 2016 | Virginia Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe has unilaterally and possibly unconstitutionally declared that 200,000 convicted felons in his state may vote this…

Lord of the sea creatures

By Andrée Seu Peterson

Faith & Inspiration | How God can foil Satan’s best-laid plans

Christian baker loses appeal in same-sex wedding cake case

By Kiley Crossland

Religious Liberty | Jack Philips and his attorneys evaluate legal options—including taking the case to the U.S. Supreme Court

More than immigration policy at stake in DAPA case

By Mary Reichard

Supreme Court | Ninety minutes of oral argument last week pitted 26 states, along with the U.S. House of Representatives, against the Obama administration’s unilateral…

DOJ prison reforms aim to turn convicts into productive citizens

By Evan Wilt

Prison | WASHINGTON—The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced new initiatives today aimed at reducing the population of America’s 2.2 million prisoners and…

Building the Museum of the Bible

By Warren Cole Smith

Q&A | President Cary Summers tells how God is blessing the first museum dedicated to the world’s most important book

Austrian election highlights Europe’s growing divide

By Onize Ohikere

Europe | Austria’s right-wing Freedom Party candidate emerged as the lead in the first round of presidential elections on Sunday. The win marks the first time in 71…

Traces of real grief tinge lighthearted fantasy The Huntsman: Winter’s War

By Bob Brown

Movies | Viewers who expect nothing more of The Huntsman: Winter’s War than a middling adventure-fantasy film won’t be disappointed. The sequel to the 2012 box office…

Saudi curbs on religious police aren’t a precursor for broader reforms

By Julia A. Seymour

Saudi Arabia | Shortly before President Barack Obama’s tense visit to Saudi Arabia last week, the Sunni Islamic monarchy announced new regulations to curb the powers of…

The political science of 2016

By D.C. Innes

Campaign 2016 | Elections often bring surprises rather than security

Midday Roundup: More U.S. special forces headed to Syria

By Leigh Jones

Newsworthy | Syrian deployment. President Barack Obama announced today he will send 250 more U.S. special operations forces to Syria—quadrupling the number of troops…

Globe Trot: Nepal’s earthquake victims still suffer, one year later

By Mindy Belz

International | NEPAL: On the one-year anniversary of a devastating earthquake, Nepal is facing a record season of wildfires. The Himalayan country’s record-setting number…

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