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Cover Story

Is there no tomorrow?

by Timothy Lamer

Cover Story | Americans are enjoying the fruit of a soaring stock market and rising incomes as they go on one of history's biggest consumption binges. But a personal…

In this issue: "Is there no tomorrow?," Aug. 7, 1999


Security for the unborn or the recently bombed?

By Mindy Belz

International | It is an annual rite of the Washington budget process for pro-life lawmakers to seek spending-bill amendments that will restrict federal funding of overseas…

After the bomb

By Mindy Belz

International | U.S. and Kenyan officials settle in for a long recovery for traumatized victims of Nairobi's 1998 embassy blast

TV grieve-a-thon an embarrassment

By Cal Thomas

National | Unprofessional JFK Jr. coverage marked the last gasp of the once-proud broadcast journalism profession

Between malls & martyrs

By Roy Maynard

National | Today's teens are more affluent and less rebellious; are they more open to the gospel than past generations?


News & Reviews

By The Editors

Midwest sizzles, death toll approaches 70 Can't stand the heat Power companies struggled to keep the electricity flowing to residential customers stuck in a…



Confused The Dept. of Justice and Dept. of Education video Healing the Hate is getting the victims confused with the perpetrators ("Dept. of Reeducation,"

An hour at evening

By Andrée Seu

A lament from a wife at her husband's grave

Sad family portraits

By Joel Belz

Why isn't it the picture we should have every right to expect?

Journalism and sin

By Marvin Olasky

Grappling with big issues at our Journalism Institute


Music: Keeping the faith?

By Arsenio Orteza

Music | Van Morrison's contradictions and Maria Muldaur's paradoxes

Woodstock nation

By Chris Stamper

Culture | Reaping the whirlwind of the '60s, building a better search engine, and other cultural buzz

Millennium on our mind

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Life 's list inadvertently showed the Reformation way of changing the culture

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