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Churches step into Ferguson’s pain

By Angela Lu
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Religion | The anger and hurt coursing through the St. Louis suburb gives Christians the opportunity to speak grace and show love

How to handle Iran

By Nick Eicher
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Iran | A deadline has come and gone in the seven-nation negotiations to curb Iran’s nuclear program, but that doesn’t mean the talks are over. Wednesday in…

Peacemakers emerge in St. Louis after night of rage

By Lynde Langdon
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Race Issues | Community comes together to help clean up the damage left by rioters

Parents lie about kids’ language skills to get them a better education

By Emily Scheie
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Education | Nieves Garcia was labeled an “English learner” in school after moving to the United States from Mexico at age 6. Now an adult, she speaks English, but her…

A journalist’s death

By Marvin Olasky
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Obituary | Arne Fjeldstad, 60, director and CEO of The Media Project, an international network of journalists devoted to better coverage of religion in public life,

Midday Roundup: Grand jury documents reveal Ferguson officer’s story

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Completely overpowered. Members of the public can now review almost all the evidence that the St. Louis grand jury saw in its review of the Michael Brown…

Pro-life website reveals abortion coverage in Obamacare plans

By Courtney Crandell
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Abortion | Pro-life advocates published a new website Thursday that seeks to provide the transparency on abortion coverage that Obamacare insurance plans lack, the…

Coveting the inferior

Coveting the inferior

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | When my firstborn was little, before her school days, the only bread I ever fed her contained the following ingredients: sprouted wheat, barley, beans,

New fighter jets pass first training mission test

By Michael Cochrane
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Military | The nation’s two newest fighter jets finally took to the skies together earlier this month in a joint training exercise at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida.

Islamic extremism fuels increase in religiously motivated terrorism

By Julia A. Seymour
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Terrorism | Four extreme Islamist groups were responsible for two-thirds of deaths in claimed terrorist attacks in 2013. Those groups were the Islamic State of Iraq and…

Nightcrawler lacks purpose but might win an Oscar

By Bob Brown
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Movies | Nightcrawler’s Lou Bloom (Jake Gyllenhall) is neither hero nor anti-hero: He’s a loner trying to keep busy. After he happens on a car wreck and meets a…

Google’s medical nanobots would know you’re sick before you did

By Michael Cochrane
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Technology | Last month at The Wall Street Journal ’s WSJD Live global technology conference, Google announced a new initiative reminiscent of the classic 1966 thriller,

 
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