Table of Contents

Cover Stories

Aftershock

Aftershock

by Jamie Dean

Cover Story | Caregivers predict a second wave of death, as Haitians find moments of deliverance amid days of devastation from one of the modern world's worst natural…

Cover Stories

Homecoming

Homecoming

by Alisa Harris

Cover Story Sidebar | For Haitians orphaned before the quake, it means leaving home and starting over

In this issue: "The Haiti quake," Feb. 13, 2010

Features

Looking Ahead

By The Editors

Looking Ahead | News to watch in the weeks to come

Tebow time

Tebow time

By Megan Basham

Sports | Focus on the Family Super Bowl ad has NFL and networks on its side

Human Race

By The Editors

Human Race | EXECUTED: Saddam Hussein's notorious cousin and henchman "Chemical Ali" was executed on Jan. 25, eight days after he was sentenced to death for the 1988…

What Brown can do for you

What Brown can do for you

By Emily Belz

Politics | Traditional values groups find Scott Brown as an imperfect candidate who could both win a blue state and advance their interests

The power of 41

The power of 41

By Edward Lee Pitts

Politics | Democratic leaders are watching their healthcare overhaul options dwindle

Politics of desperation

Politics of desperation

By Alisa Harris

Politics | Conservative governors take office pledging to cut both taxes and record deficits

Breaking fast

Breaking fast

By Emily Belz

Religion | With more focus on the Fellowship-the sponsor of this month's National Prayer Breakfast-comes more protest over its ties

Dreams on ice

Dreams on ice

By Daniel Olasky

Olympics | For Vancouver taxpayers and NBC executives, the 2010 Winter Olympics could become a nightmare

The life of a slave

The life of a slave

By Marvin Olasky

Q&A | Only with Jesus as his Master, writes Michael Card in his new book, can a person find true freedom

6,718 blocks

6,718 blocks

By Alisa Harris

Homelessness | One rescue mission is covering them all in a bid to feed New York's growing numbers of homeless

Houses of God

Houses of God

By The Editors

Houses of God | Kintsvisi monastery and church, located in the remote mountains of northern Georgia, is in the embattled region claimed as the republic of South Ossetia. The…

Marital divide

Marital divide

By Susan Olasky

Lifestyle/Technology | Trends in male employment may not bode well for marriage

Whose darling?

Whose darling?

By Marvin Olasky

Radicalism | Finding my way home after weird times in Washington. Part 10 of a pilgrim's slow progress

Attrition & subtraction

Attrition & subtraction

By Emily Belz

Education | D.C.'s voucher program failing under not-so-benign neglect

Crisis giving

Crisis giving

By Rusty Leonard

Charity | Instant need calls for long-term strategy

Dispatches

The Buzz

The Buzz

By The Editors

Need-to-know news

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

By The Editors

Oddball occurences

Quotables

By The Editors

Memorable things they said

Reviews

History turned right side up

History turned right side up

By Marvin Olasky

Race | The friend of minorities and immigrants is not govern­ment but "Work! Work!! Work!!! Work!!!!"

Close to home

Close to home

By Megan Basham

Television | ABC's Modern Family sadly strikes a chord with many viewers

A troubled Darwin

A troubled Darwin

By Rebecca Cusey

Movies | Creation is more about the man than his controversial theory

Woman problems

Woman problems

By Megan Basham

Movies | Bridges excels, but Crazy Heart tells a tired Hollywood story

Off the edge

Off the edge

By Rebecca Cusey

Movies | Edge of Darkness does violence to Gibson's acting comeback

Notable books

Notable Books | Four mystery novels reviewed by Susan Olasky

Passing greatness

Passing greatness

By Arsenio Orteza

Music | Two giants of black music history died in January

Words & music

Words & music

By Arsenio Orteza

Music | Alma Mater puts Pope Benedict's prayers to music

Notable CDs

Notable CDs | Four noteworthy new or recent releases reviewed by Arsenio Orteza

Notebook

Hoop dreams

Hoop dreams

By Mark Bergin

Sports | Six college roommates parlay trick shots into a global platform

Voices

An indecent grief

An indecent grief

By Mindy Belz

First lamentations, then comfort that strengthens more than soothes

'No' means 'no'

'No' means 'no'

By Joel Belz

The Supreme Court returns to Founders' wisdom on free speech

Reel beauty

Reel beauty

By Janie B. Cheaney

Avatar 's visual wonders are all borrowed from creation

Readmission conditions

Readmission conditions

By Matt Anderson

The ethereal world of Medicare cost savings

Zen violence

Zen violence

By Marvin Olasky

War and peace in Buddhism

On being respectable

On being respectable

By Andrée Seu

Jesus went to all the wrong parties

Mailbag

By The Editors

Letters from our readers

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