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Europe struggles to solve a migration crisis with no end in sight

By Rob Holmes
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Immigration | Austrian police found 71 migrants dead in a confiscated food truck left yesterday on Austria’s main highway. As officials began the difficult task of…

‘Let another praise you’

‘Let another praise you’

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | “Let another praise you, and not your own mouth; a stranger, and not your own lips” (Proverbs 27:2, ESV). I walked into the church kitchen on a Sunday…

Remembering Katrina: ‘We called on the Lord all night long’

By Kristen Eicher
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Hurricane Katrina | For Jackie Landry, New Orleans is home. She lived there for 54 years. But on Aug. 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina changed that. “I’ve rode out storms before,

Midday Roundup: Slain reporter’s dad pledges to fight for gun control

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Survivor. The third victim in a shooting this week in Virginia appears to be on the road to recovery after emergency surgery. Vicki Gardner, executive…

States face obstacles in Planned Parenthood defunding fight

By Bob Brown
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Abortion | Several state governors are gunning for Planned Parenthood, vowing to revoke its government funding in light of an undercover investigation into its…

War Room

By Bob Brown
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Movies | In the film War Room , many viewers will recognize their own family’s struggles. While modern culture promotes a slew of strategies to retreat from marital…

Her first story

By Chelsea Boes
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Faith & Inspiration | “In the beginning, there was nothing. Nothing to hear. Nothing to feel. Nothing to see.” These words, part of the opening to Sally Lloyd-Jones’ Jesus

Black pro-lifers: Get Margaret Sanger out of the National Portrait Gallery

By Juliana Chan Erikson
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Abortion | WASHINGTON—A group of African-American pastors and pro-life activists gathered at the Smithsonian Institution this morning to ask for the removal of a…

U.S. and U.K. politics are mirror images

By Cal Thomas
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Politics | LONDON—It’s remarkable how often British and American politics resemble each other; often only the accents differ. Following a disastrous defeat at the…

Boy celebrates surviving Hurricane Katrina as an embryo

By Kiley Crossland
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Hurricane Katrina | Noah Benton Markham was born 16 months after Hurricane Katrina ravaged New Orleans. The now-8-year-old likes to say he is “Katrina’s youngest survivor.”

Gabe Lyons on curiosity and orthodoxy

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | The founder of Q Ideas talks about leading young Christians as they wrestle with the culture

Midday Roundup: Mormon church will keep ties to Boy Scouts

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Still friends. The Mormon church announced Wednesday it will continue its affiliation with the Boy Scouts of America after the organization voted to allow gay…

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