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Globe Trot: Hong Kong clears remaining protest camps

By Mindy Belz
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International | HONG KONG:Overnight, authorities began a crackdown on weeks of peaceful demonstrations to win freedoms from the China-led government—arresting two student…

Disputed textbooks approved for Texas schools

By Caroline Leal
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Education | The state where “everything’s bigger” just made a great big splash in the education world. In a landmark vote influencing the future education of scores…

Federal lawsuits challenge Harvard, UNC over race-based affirmative action

By Laura Edghill
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Higher Education | Federal lawsuits filed last week against Harvard University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill allege improper race-based admissions…

And the winner is …

By Marvin Olasky
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Hope Award | With thousands voting, Hope Award goes to youth-oriented ministry

Back to the future of bad ideas

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Culture | Isaiah Berlin foresaw the danger of believing in an earthly paradise

Not just ‘luck’

Not just ‘luck’

By Marvin Olasky
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Books | Author reveals how close we came to nuclear war

Notable Books

By Susan Olasky
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Books | Three best-selling novels and a book about storytelling

Randy Singer: In layman’s terms

By Marvin Olasky
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Q&A | A pastor, lawyer, and author says fields of ministry aren’t confined to church walls 

Subterranean blues

By Arsenio Orteza
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Music | Release of the complete Basement Tapes hints at Bob Dylan’s soul searching

Notable CDs

By Arsenio Orteza
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Music | Noteworthy new Christmas albums reviewed

Forgotten survivors

By Mindy Belz
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Syria | The ISIS sweep into Iraq hasn’t halted Syria’s three-year nightmare

The light of the sun in a dark basement

By Jamie Dean
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Daniel of the Year | Congressman Frank Wolf has spent more than three decades showing up in far corners of the globe to help the most vulnerable—and the ‘patron saint of…

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