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Cover Story

Terror without end

Terror without end

by Mindy Belz

Cover Story | Attacks and insecurity are creating no-go areas that lead to construction shutdowns that lead to job losses that lead to more poverty and a tendency among…

In this issue: "Iraq: Terror without end," Oct. 2, 2004

Features

The frozen chosen

The frozen chosen

Sports | Canada's national team featured three stars with Christian backgrounds

Surprise, surprise

Surprise, surprise

By Bob Jones

Politics | Staff shake-ups. Debate one-liners. Unsubstantiated rumors. Dirty tricks. Terrorism. It must be October, and this must be an ­election year

Party crashers

Party crashers

By Bob Jones

Politics | Minor party candidates pose major headache in close states

Revolutionary war

By Priya Abraham

Russia | The war on terrorism allows Vladimir Putin to push for what he has always wanted: centralized power in the Kremlin

Loosening ties

By Edward E. Plowman

Religion | Three California churches test the limits of remaining Anglican while leaving the Episcopal Church

The System

The System

Sports | The NHL lockout has pro hockey on hold, putting the focus on Canada's year-round elite youth leagues where players too young to drive are minor-league…

Dispatches

Quotables

By The Editors

"If it had been us, we would have been crucified." Rupert Murdoch, quoted in Editor & Publisher, on what the media reaction would have been had the forged…

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

By The Editors

What a drag Just as easily as following breadcrumbs, police on Sept. 19 followed drag marks to the house of a man who they say had stolen pieces of machinery…

The Buzz

By The Editors

IRAQ Prime Minister Iyad Allawi addressed a joint session of Congress, telling lawmakers "the overwhelming majority of Iraqis are grateful" for U.S.

Notebook

Drug deal

Drug deal

By Dan Perkins

Business | Drug stocks have dipped 5.2 percent this year based largely on concerns about Democratic hopeful John Kerry's prescription-drug platform

Protons and privacy

Protons and privacy

By Chris Stamper

Technology | The Pentagon is funding research to build an experimental secure computer network using quantum encryption

Culture

Best-selling books

Notable Books | The top five best-selling hardback novels as of Sept. 20

Captain adventure

Captain adventure

By Andrew Coffin

Movies | Rated PG, Sky Captain is a mix of Indiana Jones, The Lost World, and Buck Rogers that's almost completely family-friendly

The dumb friend

The dumb friend

By Gene Edward Veith

Television | This spinoff appears to have the same virtues and vices as Friends

Single fault

Single fault

By Marvin Olasky

Movies | Sadly, the film doesn't recognize even the slightest concern about amoral behavior

Columnists

Treadmill books

By Marvin Olasky

From politics to baseball to a work by "the foremost expert on heaven"

Weary in well-doing

Weary in well-doing

By Joel Belz

Good motives aren't enough to guarantee business success

Horse play

Horse play

By Gene Edward Veith

Professional rodeo is surging in popularity-even in blue states

Elegant solution

Elegant solution

By Andrée Seu

Bearing one another's ­burdens is a radical healthcare plan

Mailbag

Untarnished gold I am very thankful for your magazine and especially appreciated your coverage of the 2004 Olympics ("Silver star," Sept. 4). I was…

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