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Shattered vision

By Arsenio Orteza
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Music | The World’s On Fire recounts a patriot losing his ideals

Notable CDs

By Arsenio Orteza
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Music | New or recent releases

Pink and blue and read all over

Pink and blue and read all over

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Books | Children’s publishing has become a battlefield in the gender wars

Bothersome babies

Bothersome babies

By Joel Belz
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Immigration | The border crisis is a chance to treat children better than we have for the last 40 years

Dispatches

By The Editors
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News | The long cost of containment The shot that brought down Flight 17 was sudden, but a strategy to halt Russia will take time   The death of 298…

Looking Ahead

Looking Ahead

By The Editors
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News | Aug. 8 Turtle Power will be back in box offices today as the Michael Bay–produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot hits theaters. Like the 2007 film, the…

Fear and flight

By Mindy Belz
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Iraq | Islamist takeover of Mosul is a ‘crime against humanity’ the world isn't watching

Quotables

By The Editors
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News | ‘Some slopes truly are slippery.’ Professor Theo Boer of Utrecht University in the Netherlands on proposals to legalize…

Human Race

By The Editors
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News | Appealed Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, 58, filed a notice of appeal on July 15, six days after a U.S. district judge sentenced him to 10 years in…

Transparent Magic

By Megan Basham
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Movies | Woody Allen shines through a bit too much in Magic in the Moonlight

Boyhood

By Emily Belz
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Movies | When we think back on our childhoods, what comes to mind is not a linear narrative but vivid moments out of a disjointed dream: riding a bike around with the…

Calvary

By Emily Belz
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Movies | The premise of Calvary , in limited release Aug. 1, is the feebleness of human justice in the face of terrible wrongs—a Flannery O’Connor–type story,

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