Table of Contents

Cover Stories

Post-party blues

Post-party blues

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | With final polls showing an evenly split electorate, both parties brace for a rash of post-election lawsuits. Barring a last-minute blowout, the 2004 election…

Cover Stories

Litigation nation

by The Editors

Cover Story Sidebar | After the voters go to the polls, the lawyers go to work in these fraud-friendly states

In this issue: "Post-party election blues?," Nov. 6, 2004

Features

Hooked on failure

By Priya Abraham

Africa | In Africa's fight against AIDS, the United States continues to support family-planning groups that stifle the White House abstinence and fidelity message

Recovery road

Recovery road

By Mindy Belz

Iraq | For Iraqis-like Americans-elections are only the beginning

Pulpit politics

Pulpit politics

By Edward E. Plowman

Religion | With Kerry at the altar, IRS rules need not apply

Divide and conquer

Divide and conquer

By Larry Uzzell

Russia | Baptists in poor villages are the latest victims in a nationwide strategy to amplify state control over religion

Samone's story

Samone's story

By Joy Noel Lightcap

Adoption | A young couple makes a sacrifice and ends up with a "miracle"

Home cooking

Home cooking

By Lauren Winner

Culture | A new cookbook offers readers a taste of small-town living

The Curtis Leskanic Society

By Marvin Olasky

Sports | The Red Sox rally to win their first World Series since 1918

Dispatches

The Buzz

The latest on this week's biggest stories

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

By The Editors

Speech code When in Rome, get a license before doing as some Romans do. The local newspaper Messaggero reports that authorities fined Giovanna Pizzorno $216…

Quotables

Quotables

By The Editors

Memorable things they said

Reviews

Bestselling CDs

Notable CDs | The top five bestselling Internet albums according to Billboard magazine

The Grudge

The Grudge

By Andrew Coffin

Movies | The film's trailers looked scary, and, although it's not much else, the film is scary

Stargate

Stargate

By Gene Edward Veith

Television | Stargate agrees with the Bible that there is nothing worse than a false god

In the Face of Evil

In the Face of Evil

By Andrew Coffin

Movies | A two-hour glimpse of Ronald Reagan's dedication to dealing the death blow to Soviet communism

Notebook

Search teams

Search teams

By Dan Perkins

Business | Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin have each amassed a $6 billion fortune

Gator bait?

Gator bait?

By John Dawson

Sports | Steve Spurrier could return as coach at Florida next season

Remote control

Remote control

By Chris Stamper

Technology | Sprint has developed a new program to protect sensitive information stored on handsets

Voices

Mailbag

By The Editors

Letters from our readers

Battle of beliefs

By Marvin Olasky

Democracy depends on people of conviction

Born that way

Born that way

By Andrée Seu

If it comes naturally, does that mean it's not sin?

Lineup changes

Lineup changes

By Joel Belz

A new publisher and a new editor take over at WORLD

Diversity of life

Diversity of life

By Gene Edward Veith

Opposition to abortion spans ideologies and ethnic groups

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