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Southeast Asia fears ISIS recruits will bring Shariah terror home

By Julia A. Seymour
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Terrorism | Indonesia and Malaysia are no strangers to radical Islam, but ISIS recruiting in southeast Asia has caused a growing concern about the threat of terrorism in…

Dollars and Sense: All investors want is a slow news day

By Warren Cole Smith
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Money | Seeking normalcy. Stocks were generally higher last week, though some days it was hard to find any real news driving them either up or down. I heard one…

Globe Trot: Kurdish and Iraqi forces push back ISIS fighters

By Mindy Belz
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International | IRAQ: Iraqi forces and Kurdish peshmerga today recaptured Mosul Dam, a crucial hydroelectric facility that’s been under ISIS control since earlier this…

Weekend Reads: Fulfilled promises, public worship, and PKs

Weekend Reads: Fulfilled promises, public worship, and PKs

By Caleb Nelson
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Books | Epic: The Storyline of the Bible By James Nicodem Epic: The Storyline of the Bible  (Moody Publishers, 2013) simultaneously addresses and reflects a problem…

Junk DNA and Darwinian blind spots

Junk DNA and Darwinian blind spots

By Dick Peterson
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Science | Why do the Darwinists rage? More to the point, why do they “[light] up the blogosphere with their denunciations,” as Discovery Institute’s Jonathan…

Is suicide ‘cowardly desertion’?

Is suicide ‘cowardly desertion’?

By Marvin Olasky
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Culture | Late 19th century newspaper editors thought so

Mars Hill cancels Resurgence Conference

By Warren Cole Smith
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Religion | Decision caps an eventful week at besieged Seattle megachurch

Cheerios tells the awesome truth about dads

Cheerios tells the awesome truth about dads

By John Stonestreet
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Family | A new online ad for Cheerios gives us a chance to say to something in the culture, “Do more of that!” The video shows a married father helping his…

Christian author Davis Bunn on what it’s like to write for your bread

By Warren Cole Smith
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Books | Davis Bunn began his career not as a writer, but as a business consultant. But while living in Europe and working for a multinational company, he came to…

Teachers track student behavior with swipes and clicks

Teachers track student behavior with swipes and clicks

By Emily Scheie
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Education | Parents once relied on parent-teacher conferences or a call from the principal to learn about their children’s conduct in class. Grades record…

Do U.S. history classes really need to teach about Benjamin Franklin?

By Emily Scheie
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Education | Conservatives are calling for the College Board to suspend changes to its Advanced Placement U.S. History course, set to take place for the next school year.

Kent Brantly recovering ‘in every way,’ may leave hospital soon

By Andrew Branch
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Ebola Virus | Dr. Kent Brantly, one of the Ebola-stricken American missionaries recovering at an Atlanta hospital, said Friday he could be discharged in the “near…

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