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U.S. ambassador attacked in South Korea

By Mickey McLean

South Korea | Mark Lippert, the U.S. ambassador to South Korea, was injured in an attack Thursday in Seoul, according to South Korean police and media. TV images showed…

Watch the fine print

By Marvin Olasky

Religious Liberty | Of course we should help runaway and homeless youth—shouldn’t we? The U.S. Senate, a great deliberative body, is considering S.262, a bill written by Sen.

Police officer, suspended over gay pride parade, defends religious liberty

By Sarah Padbury

Religious Liberty | A former Salt Lake City police officer who was put on leave and later resigned after he objected to riding in the motorcycle brigade at the front of a…

High court hears Obamacare’s four-word case

By Emily Belz

Supreme Court | The Supreme Court considers arguments that could determine the future of the Affordable Care Act

Indiana considers drop boxes for abandoned babies

By Kiley Crossland

Life | Indiana could become the first state to legalize infant drop boxes, a controversial method for parents to safely and anonymously surrender a baby they might…

A pastor’s wife justifies job at abortion center

By La Shawn Barber

Abortion | When I read this story about a pastor’s wife working at an abortion center, I thought an article from The Onion had slipped through. According to David Day…

Remembering conservative champion M. Stanton Evans

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich

Obituary | Medford Stanton Evans, one of the most influential players in the conservative movement of the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s, died yesterday after a long fight…

Midday Roundup: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev finally goes on trial in Boston

By Leigh Jones

Newsworthy | Opening arguments. The trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev began today. In opening arguments, prosecutors described the 20-year-old as…

Why was the No Child Left Behind reauthorization abandoned in the House?

By Emily Scheie

Education | House Republicans scuttled a vote to reauthorize the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal education policy on Friday. Supporters say the delay is temporary and…

Little girls longing to be like Elsa

By Andrée Seu Peterson

Movies | Moms who thought their 4-year-old daughters’ fascination with Elsa was cute are getting worried. At what point does cute become obsessed? Disney’s 2013…

The mortal danger of free thought in Bangladesh

By Anna K. Poole

Bangladesh | Free speech in Bangladesh is legal but risky. A week ago, writer Avijit Roy, a U.S. citizen of Bangladeshi origin, was hacked to death as he walked home from…

Alabama Supreme Court: Stop issuing same-sex marriage licenses

By The Editors

Marriage | The Alabama Supreme Court is taking on the federal judiciary, ordering the state’s probate judges to stop issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. In…

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