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Ukraine conflict slowing crash investigation

By Leigh Jones & Lynde Langdon
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Ukraine | Separatists accused of removing evidence, blocking access to the wreckage

Loving a love poem, learning about the Bible

Loving a love poem, learning about the Bible

By Kevin DeYoung
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Books | Pastor Kevin DeYoung wants us to embrace every bit of God’s Word

Weekend Reads: Evangelism to kings and through creativity

Weekend Reads: Evangelism to kings and through creativity

By Caleb Nelson
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Books | Christ’s Kingdom Commission: The Strategic Importance of Evangelism to “Kings and All in Authority” By David J. Andersen The ministry of the Isaianic…

Latest blockbuster video game questions our techno-dependence

By Ben Cogan
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Technology | Watch Dogs offers a startling look at technological over-reach but suffers from unoriginal gameplay and very mature content

Expanding the non-smoking section to cars, for kids’ sake

Expanding the non-smoking section to cars, for kids’ sake

By Lynde Langdon
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Health | After five minutes, a single cigarette burning in a car generates a higher concentration of smoke than can be found many bar rooms, and that’s no…

Weird Al’s new album is predictably good for a laugh

By Jeff Koch
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Music | Weird Al Yankovic—the famous parodist who turned Michael Jackson’s “Beat It” into “Eat It” and The Knack’s “My Sharona” into…

Is the immigration crisis about to create an education crisis?

By Emily Scheie
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Illegal immigration | For months, politicians and the media have described the influx of child immigrants as a humanitarian crisis. As the summer months wear away, people are…

One small step, 45 years on

By Michael Cochrane
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Space | On July 20, 1969, Buzz Aldrin missed out on a massive celebration here on earth as he and Neil Armstrong became the first humans to land on the moon. So for…

Chasing a spider with a blowtorch is not a good idea

By Allie Hulcher
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Newsworthy | A roundup of wacky news

Teen Mania suspends major part of ministry

By J.C. Derrick
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Religion | Enrollment in The Honor Academy, once at 1,000 per year, has dwindled to less than 100

Three parents are one too many

By Rikki Elizabeth Stinnette
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Science | WASHINGTON—When Wesley J. Smith was young, parents who couldn’t have children often adopted. Smith remembers growing up with adopted kids, and…

Holocaust Museum to highlight long-obscured war crimes

By Ryan Hill
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History | In January 1942, a squad of Axis soldiers in the Balkans lined up hundreds of Serbians and Jews along the Danube River, stripped them naked in the winter…

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