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Cover Story

TERROR'S REIGN IN SPAIN

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | Al-Qaeda affiliate declares a truce with Spain after voters oust the pro-U.S. government in Madrid. Is this a sign of trouble ahead for the Bush policy?

In this issue: "Spain waves white flag," March 27, 2004

Features

Putting money where his mouth isn't

By Priya Abraham

International | WASHINGTON: Does the president's preference for faith-based solutions to the AIDS crisis matter when the dollars are doled out?

Sports

By John Dawson

National | Sports

His glory will be my reward

By Edward E. Plowman

National | IRAQ: Murdered U.S. missionaries were aware of the risks

The one to watch?

By Bob Jones

National | POLITICS: With a closely divided Senate, Illinois may offer Democrats their best chance

Every vote counts

By Lynn Vincent

National | ABORTION: Divided pro-life vote thwarts abortion ban bill in South Dakota

Say anything

By Les Sillars

National | MEDIA: Forty years after a landmark libel case, has free speech &quotrun amok"?

Technology

By Chris Stamper

National | Technology

Business

By Dan Perkins

National | Business

Dispatches

The Buzz

By The Editors

The Buzz

Blog watch

By The Editors

Buzz from online journals, including www.worldmagblog.com

Quick takes

By The Editors

Quick takes

Quotables

By The Editors

Quotables

Mailbag

By The Editors

Mailbag

Reviews

Culture

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Culture

Identity crisis

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | College administrators encourage some students to rebel against their &quotassigned" gender roles

Best selling CD's

By Arsenio Orteza

Culture | Music

Voices

Crocodile tears

By Joel Belz

Advocates of homosexual marriage only strategically lament the decline of traditional marriage

Door-to-door gleaning

By Marvin Olasky

Fighting poverty (and cynicism) the old-fashioned way

Lion on a leash

Comforting traditions make the Church of England seem safe while its leaders drift into apostasy

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