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Dollars and Sense: The long-predicted stock market correction is here

By Warren Cole Smith
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Money | Buckle up. Unless you’ve been on a desert island, you know last week was rough in the markets. Monday was a fair day, but Tuesday and Wednesday were down…

U.S. to increase drone missions amid rising world tensions

By Michael Cochrane
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Military | Military drones aren’t getting grounded any time soon.  Demand from U.S. commanders for increased intelligence and strike capabilities to respond to…

Migrants fleeing Islamic regimes flood Europe

By Rob Holmes
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Immigration | Migrants are seeking refuge in Europe in record numbers. This year, more than 360,000 have come to Germany—far from the southern borders of the European…

Thousands protest Planned Parenthood nationwide

By Bonnie Pritchett
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Abortion | Demonstrators decried the abortion giant’s sales of aborted baby body parts for medical research

Weekend Reads: Fence-sitting and total surrender

Weekend Reads: Fence-sitting and total surrender

By Caleb Nelson
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Books | Jesus Outside the Lines: A Way Forward for Those Tired of Taking Sides By Scott Sauls Jesus Outside the Lines  (Tyndale House, 2015) offers, according to its…

The harvest of shame

The harvest of shame

By Lynn Vincent
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Abortion | In 1999, WORLD looked at how the government’s lifting of the fetal-tissue research ban turned human-remains trafficking into big business

American soldiers take down attacker on French train

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Two American soldiers, so far unnamed, are being hailed as heroes after subduing a man who opened fire on a high-speed train traveling between Amsterdam and…

Judge lifts restraining order against CMP

By Leigh Jones
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Abortion | Pro-life group free to release video featuring StemExpress executive talking about buying fully intact aborted babies

Christian colleges caught in the culture clash

Christian colleges caught in the culture clash

By Nick Eicher
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Marriage | Each week, The World and Everything in It features a “Culture Friday” segment, in which Executive Producer Nick Eicher discusses the latest cultural news

New paper could solve developing world’s unsafe water crisis

New paper could solve developing world’s unsafe water crisis

By Julie Borg
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Science | More than 660 million people around the world lack access to clean drinking water. Contaminated water is linked to the transmission of diseases like cholera,

Globe Trot: Turkey tries to eradicate growing Kurdish influence

By Mindy Belz
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International | TURKEY: Turkey’s prime minister has called for snap elections after failing to form a coalition government. The ruling Islamic parties took a hit when…

Muscular power grid discovery points to a master electrician

Muscular power grid discovery points to a master electrician

By Dick Peterson
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Intelligent Design | A National Institutes of Health (NIH) study announced July 30 in the science journal Nature invalidates a long-held idea about how muscle cells respond to meet…

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