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Cover Story

Needle in a haystack

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | The reams of "science, science, science" to support needle-exchange programs were hard to find. But in the end, what killed the Clinton Administration…

In this issue: "Just say clean needles," May 9, 1998

Features

Big brother on campus

By Mindy Belz

International | Pro-Beijing student hecklers follow Harry Wu on the lecture circuit, attempt to undermine his credibility

And deliver us from evil

National | Cleveland Indians' star closer calls on God to keep him from major-league temptation

Simple yes or no will do

By Cal Thomas

National | Why Kenneth Starr is desperately seeking Susan

We've found a pulse

By Bob Jones

National | Springing to life, Congress OKs education reform, passes bills reining in abortion, judicial activism

Dispatches

Quotables

We're not God. We don't know when the train's going to stop or when the sun's not going to rise. Denver Mayor Wellington Webb, defending himself and other…

This Week

Dialoguing to death While Washington lawmakers are trying to pass a tough new bill to decrease religious persecution overseas, the liberal National Council of…

Voices

Dr. Laura's static

By Joel Belz

This radio know-it-all doesn't know enough

When strength fails

Lessons learned by the tragic deaths on Mt. Everest

Mailbag

Clear instruction "The Jonesboro Puzzle" (April 11) seems a fitting sequel to your previous issue's story on capital punishment. God has spoken clearly about…

I believe in me

By Marvin Olasky

Some students want Christ but in small amounts

Culture

Books: Pro-American history

By Roy Maynard

Books | British historian Paul Johnson loves America

Books: Just what he did

By F. W. Baue

Books | After nearly 900 pages of Billy Graham's autobiography, the reader will know very little about the evangelist

Ready for primate time?

By Chris Stamper

Culture | The decline of World's Fairs & other cultural buzz

Virtual immorality

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Interactive Web sites and computer games pose new moral problems

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