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Still wanted: Homeschool stories of successful failure

Still wanted: Homeschool stories of successful failure

By Daniel James Devine
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Education | On Friday, Marvin Olasky wrote: The just-released issue of WORLD includes a reviewof Megan McArdle’s new book,  The U Side of Down: Why

Scientists create embryo clone to harvest stem cells

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | For the first time, scientists have grown stem cells using human embryos cloned from adults. The research, announced Thursday, expands the technical…

A battle that changed the world

By Marvin Olasky
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History | Today is the anniversary of the Battle of San Jacinto, fought in 1836 near what is now the city named after Sam Houston, who led the Texan army that day in a…

Silent nuns become singing sensation

By Joseph Slife & Lynde Langdon
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Music | How did a cloistered group of nuns living on a farm in Northwest Missouri become a best-selling singing group? They do not tour; they don’t do public…

American runner claims Boston finish line

By Andrew Branch
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Sports | Meb Keflezighi crossed the Boston Marathon finish line to cheers of joy as he became the first American winner of the race since 1983. “This is beyond…

Happy Government Day

Happy Government Day

By D.C. Innes
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Government | On a beautiful spring Saturday I looked out my picture window at my happy neighbors, a young couple in their 30s. Bela is Hungarian and Susan is English, but…

Duke University’s plastic plates of invisibility

By Julie Borg
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Science | Star Trek fans may be delighted to learn that cloaking technology—which makes an object invisible to sensors—is no longer merely the product of sci-fi…

The brave new world of 3-D printing

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Technology | Earth-shaking technology has a way of lurking in the background before barging into everyday life and changing everything. Video broadcasting was developed in…

Midday Roundup: Saeed Abedini’s Easter message of suffering and resurrection

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Called to suffer. Calling himself a “Prisoner in the Darkness in Iran, but free for the Kingdom and Light,” jailed pastor Saeed Abedini issued an Easter…

Finding gratitude in the worst of circumstances

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | My husband has been ill for six months and bedridden for four (with a hiatus for a trip to North Carolina). As I was whining about this, I was taken up short…

South Korean churches rethink Easter

By Sophia Lee
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Tragedy | The utterance ‘Death where is your sting?’ takes on greater meaning after a great national disaster

Globe Trot: Grieving among the Easter celebrations

By Mindy Belz
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International | EASTER: From Bosnia to Oklahoma City, celebrating Easter around the world, in photos. SYRIA: Christians in Homs grieved their losses on Easter. In Aleppo, a…

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