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Will ISIS help Republicans take the Senate?

By J.C. Derrick

Campaign 2014 | With five weeks until Election Day, polls show terrorism is trending on the list of voters’ concerns

NYC mayor reiterates promise to let churches keep meeting in schools

By Emily Belz

Religious Liberty | NEW YORK—New York City churches that reserve vacant public school facilities for Sunday worship services are still in legal limbo, but the New York…

Where is Jesus buried? And other media missteps

By Marvin Olasky

Media | The New York Times is known as a solemn production that does not print comics, so we have to rely on its missteps to create some groaning-out-loud moments. One…

The inefficiency of love

By D.C. Innes

Poverty | New York is a city of 8 million souls—55,000 of them, just over one-half of 1 percent, are homeless. But it’s still a lot of people, and a lot of…

Have laws limiting abortion gone as far as they can go?

By Courtney Crandell

Abortion | U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg believes the conservative movement to limit abortions has reached its peak.  “I think it’s gotten…

The legal status of pregnancy, fish, and Jerusalem

By Mary Reichard

Supreme Court | Editor’s note: The Supreme Court justices agree to hear only a small percentage of the 10,000 petitions they get on average each year. Only 75 to 80 cases

Drop the movement and back away slowly

By Janie B. Cheaney

Religion | Back in my homeschool days, some of us moms used to get together once a month for coffee and mutual encouragement. I recall a morning after one of us had…

Satanists prepare ‘educational material’ for Florida schools

By Emily Scheie

Religion | On Religious Freedom Day in January, faith-based groups have been giving Bibles to public school students in Florida. In response, atheists and agnostics…

Globe Trot: Students lead Hong Kong protests against Beijing

By Jamie Dean

International | HONG KONG: Pro-democracy demonstrations are swelling in Hong Kong, as thousands fill the streets in the city’s most serious confrontation with Beijing in a…

Midday Roundup: Flights still sluggish after sabotage in Chicago

By Lynde Langdon

Newsworthy | Air traffic jam. Flights in and out of Chicago are still being cancelled or delayed after a worker set fire to an air-traffic control center there on Friday.

Sudan bans Meriam Ibrahim’s lawyers from leaving the country

By Julia A. Seymour

Persecution | Meriam Ibrahim may be safely living in the United States, but several attorneys who fought for her freedom in Sudan now face new repercussions for their work…

Dollars and Sense: Volatility makes a comeback

By Warren Cole Smith

Money | No longer marking time. For the past few weeks we’ve been talking about how quiet the markets have been. This week made up for that, I guess. Last Monday,

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