Table of Contents

Cover Stories

Non-lethal options

Cover Story | Research that doesn't destroy embryos provides hope for diabetics

Cover Stories

Allred in the black

by Lynn Vincent

Cover Story | Roe vs. Wade has been good to Edward Allred, but abortion is just one of his lucrative businesses

Cover Stories

A 'very productive' 2001

by Lynn Vincent

Cover Story | Prosecutors in Kalamazoo, Mich., last month charged a 23-year-old man with "committing a grossly negligent act causing a miscarriage or stillbirth" after he…

Cover Stories

Holding the line

by Tim Graham

Cover Story | Senate shifts, terrorist attacks, and biological warfare against the sanctity of human life leave the question: Whatever happened to the abortion issue?

In this issue: "Roe vs. Wade at 29," Jan. 19, 2002

Features

Safe and unsound

By Lynn Vincent

National | Safety and security market heats up, California raises labor costs, and AOL Time Warner throttles back

Rooms with Windows

By Chris Stamper

National | Microsoft tries to bring PCs out of the den, Apple loses the pastels, and Moxi speeds up digital convergence

The other campaign

By Mindy Belz

International | Warlords are making it difficult, but Western food aid is making its way to the hungry in Afghanistan

Dispatches

Quotables

I really got to know the Lord there, because of all the temptations from the devil in Amsterdam. Drugs, women, promiscuity everywhere you go. The devil tried…

QuickTakes

By The Editors

DASCHLE'S DEFICIT: Democrats are trying to blame the reemergence of the federal budget deficit on President Bush, but economist Stephen Moore places the blame…

Flash Traffic

By Joel C. Rosenberg

Political buzz from Washington

The Buzz

By The Editors

AL-QAEDA TERRORISTS' NEW DIGS AT GUANTANAMO WILL BE UNCOMFORTABLE BUT HUMANE AS THEY AWAIT TRIAL Welcome to Camp X-Ray The first of several hundred Afghan…

Columnists

Schooling the spenders

By Joel Belz

The best education is not measured in dollars and cents

True convenience

By Andrée Seu

Better to be "appropriate" than merely "comfortable"

Mailbag

Suffering for Jesus Going through Marvin Olasky's article on America's Nineveh-like cities-Albuquerque, Memphis, Miami, and San Francisco-was like a fresh…

Political fatwas

By Marvin Olasky

Two can play the game, but neither should

Culture

The Music

By The Editors

Culture | 2001's Top 5 bestselling CDs, according to Billboard magazine

Christians as Taliban

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Liberals cast "the religious right" as enemies of America

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