Archives

Page 2 of 2,610 
Stealing on the job

Stealing on the job

By Bill Newton
Posted

Business | I’d just stepped off the airplane and was walking to baggage claim when I passed a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agent guarding the exit. She…

A Strong presence in Texas

By Barnabas Piper
Posted

Sports | Charlie Strong was hired last June to be the head football coach for the University of Texas. He’d had a successful tenure as the coach at Louisville and as…

When habit will no longer do

By Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted

Culture | Francis Schaeffer taught me that the generation of Americans that lost religion was not the one that acted out in full-blown flouting of spiritual laws, but…

Fetal organs harvested for lab rats

Fetal organs harvested for lab rats

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Abortion | As the Planned Parenthood controversy continues, a disturbing question arises: What happens to aborted baby parts once they reach a lab?

Midday Roundup: Toddler killed in West Bank firebombing

By Lynde Langdon
Posted

Newsworthy | A life too short. A firebomb in a West Bank home overnight killed an 18-month-old Palestinian boy and severely burned members of his family. Both Palestinians…

New planets, God, and tuna casserole

By Jeff Koch
Posted

Science | The scientific and media communities launched into frenzied excitement last week over NASA’s discovery of Kepler 452b, a new earth-like exoplanet. Although…

Sean McDowell on tackling controversial topics

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Q&A | The son of evangelist Josh McDowell talks about his father’s legacy and making his own way in ministry

Senate demands hearing on suspect changes to human trafficking report

By Jae Wasson
Posted

Human Trafficking | Prominent senators questioned the integrity of the annual human-trafficking report, released Monday, and demanded a hearing after Obama administration…

Backpage sues sheriff over lost credit card payments for sex ads

By Gaye Clark
Posted

Human Trafficking | The embroiled website Backpage has won a temporary restraining order against Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart, preventing the anti-sex trafficking crusader from…

Pixels displays more comedy 0’s than 1’s

By Bob Brown
Posted

Movies | Campy comedy classics enjoy box office success and sometimes critical acclaim thanks to memorably offbeat humor. Although Pixels may not rank with the likes of

Rio’s bacteria-laden water threatens Olympic swimmers, sailors

By Evan Wilt
Posted

Olympics | An investigation into Rio de Janeiro waterways found high levels of viruses and bacteria that could endanger athletes and spectators at the 2016 Olympic…

More evidence of dollars for dead babies

By Lynde Langdon
Posted

Abortion | Planned Parenthood finds denials of tissue sales harder to make after latest video release

Page 2 of 2,610