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Slavery with a smile?

Slavery with a smile?

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Children’s Books of the Year | The birthday cake that became a conflagration

The past and its sins

By The Editors
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Children’s Books of the Year | Controversy over author G.A. Henty raises the question: How should we teach history?

Storyteller essentials: Q&A with John R. Erickson

Storyteller essentials: Q&A with John R. Erickson

By Marvin Olasky
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Children’s Books of the Year | To tell a good tale, you need to do more than just write

All in your head

By Emily Belz
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Virtual Reality | Believers in virtual reality think it will be the new cinematic medium. Skeptics think it could crumble under its own hype

Nutrition at checkout

Nutrition at checkout

By Michael Cochrane
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Technology | A new app incentivizes healthy eating

Target on target

Target on target

By Marvin Olasky
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Transgenderism | How do we decide whom to boycott—or not?

By the numbers

By The Editors
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News | 953 The minimum number of delegates GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump had clinched nationwide after sweeping primaries in Connecticut, Delaware,

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

By The Editors
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News | Fries without end Chris Habiger is making the future, and the future is delicious. Habiger, who owns six McDonald’s franchises in Missouri, wants his new,

Favorability contest

Favorability contest

By Joel Belz
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Campaign 2016 | Let’s weigh the candidates, and consider their propensity for truth-telling

Marking Chernobyl

Marking Chernobyl

By The Editors
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Russia | People lay flowers at a memorial to Chernobyl workers and firefighters during a ceremony in the town of Slavutych, Ukraine, on April 26. The event…

Quotables

Quotables

By The Editors
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News | ‘This is the best response we’ve ever had this quick.’ Tim Wildmon, president of the American Family Association, on gaining in less than a week several…

Morality games

By Megan Basham
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Television | Even the nihilistic and obscene world of Game of Thrones argues for an immutable moral order

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