Table of Contents

Cover Story

Justice undone

Justice undone

by Emily Belz

Cover Story | The resignation of a civil-rights attorney at the Justice Department sheds light on the administration's refusal to enforce election laws fully. Are some…

In this issue: "Your right to vote," July 31, 2010

Features

Feeling crabby

Feeling crabby

By Edward Lee Pitts

Politics | Beyond Tea Partiers, Maryland governor's race shows lifelong Democrats increasingly turned off by incumbents

Arming and dangerous

Arming and dangerous

By Jill Nelson

Iran | As Iran moves toward gaining nuclear weapons, Israel and the United States try to apply the brakes

Scout's honor

Scout's honor

By Warren Cole Smith

Boy Scouts | Despite legal challenges and controversy, Boy Scouts turns 100

Investment opportunity

Investment opportunity

By Alisa Harris

Money | Connecting capital with opportunity in the developing world takes Job-like patience and ingenuity

Where are they now?

Where are they now?

By Marvin Olasky

Compassion | More than a decade after we profiled them in WORLD, these compassionate people and groups are going strong

Power kick

Power kick

By Daniel Olasky

World Cup | Spain may have won the World Cup, and host nation South Africa received an image boost, but the unaccountable FIFA was the event's biggest winner

Dispatches

Middle bench

Middle bench

By Emily Belz

Meet the judges who decide 99 percent of appeals cases

African jihad

African jihad

By Alisa Harris

Islamic terrorist group moves outside Somalia with bomb attacks on civilians in Uganda

Looking Ahead

By The Editors

Magic Cube turns 30 Happy 30th birthday, Rubik's Cube. On July 26 in 1980, the Hungarian inventor Erno Rubik created a model to help him explain…

Human Race

Human Race

By The Editors

Charged The International Criminal Court (ICC) issued a second arrest warrant for Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir on July 12, adding genocide to an existing…

Quotables

Quotables

By The Editors

"The internet is completely over." The recording artist Prince on shutting down his website and not allowing his new album, 20Ten , to be available for download…

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

By The Editors

Going nowhere, slowly A drunk driver in Madrid, Iowa, had twice the legal blood-alcohol level but he wasn't even going half as fast as the posted speed limit.

Oil deal?

Oil deal?

By The Editors

BP had initial success on July 15 in stopping for the first time since April the world's worst oil spill, but Senate Democrats are raising the prospect of…

Down to business

Down to business

By Edward Lee Pitts

Healthcare's first tax and first court challenge this month

Reviews

Notable CDs

Notable CDs | Five new releases reviewed by Arsenio Orteza

Industry standards

Industry standards

By Arsenio Orteza

Music | Differing greatly in quality, two new CDs from Eminem and Jack Johnson spur hopes of rebounding sales

I Am Love

I Am Love

By Alicia M. Cohn

Movies | Who is love in I Am Love (Io sono l'amore)? Depending on the viewer's interpretation, the title may be ironic or ominous in this tragic Italian film (released…

The Screwtape Letters

The Screwtape Letters

By Marvin Olasky

Theater | Coming to New York and wanting to see an off-Broadway play (perhaps with a non-Christian friend)? I'd recommend The Screwtape Letters , a sizzling dramatization…

Box Office Top 10

By The Editors

Movies | For the weekend of July 9-11, ­according to Box Office Mojo

Despicable Me

Despicable Me

By Rebecca Cusey

Movies | When a dastardly villain meets three oh-so-adorable orphan girls in Universal's Despicable Me , something's gotta give. Steve Carell of The Office voices Gru, an…

Truth & consequences

Truth & consequences

By Megan Basham

Movies | The sci-fi tale Inception boldly explores the concept of reality and the results of rejecting it

Based on true stories

Based on true stories

By Marvin Olasky

Books | Novelists turn Bible books into fodder for action-adventure and literary speculation

Notable books

Notable Books | Four books on Christian doctrine and life reviewed by Susan Olasky

Singing the gospel

Singing the gospel

By Henry Bleattler

Q&A | Culture, like facts, isn't neutral says apologist William Edgar, and a place at the table isn't everything

Notebook

On God's provision

On God's provision

By Susan Olasky

Lifestyle | Brooklyn pastor Jamison Galt plants a church while planting a family

Office battle

Office battle

By Alissa Wilkinson

Technology | Microsoft rolls out a response to challenges from OpenOffice and GoogleDocs

Church of St. Elisabeth

Church of St. Elisabeth

By The Editors

Houses of God | Bratislava, Slovakia

Unsustainable

Unsustainable

By Joseph Slife

Money | Investor confidence in servicing U.S. debt could end 'abruptly'

Abdicating the crown

Abdicating the crown

By Mark Bergin

Sports | LeBron James is no longer captain, nor king

Cell division

Cell division

By Daniel James Devine

Science | While San Francisco passes cell phone ordinance, studies on links to cancer are inconclusive

Voices

A desperate hour

A desperate hour

By Mindy Belz

Iraqi Christians need their own emancipation proclamation

Gentle crusader

Gentle crusader

By Joel Belz

The late Robert R. Lavelle personified the Christian worldview

The end of accomplishment?

The end of accomplishment?

By Janie B. Cheaney

With bureaucracy's triumph over excellence, important projects have stalled

Mailbag

By The Editors

Letters from our readers

Moments in time

Moments in time

By Andrée Seu

Small step by small step, we are all being transformed one way or another

A Christian at Carnegie Hall

A Christian at Carnegie Hall

By Marvin Olasky

Once driven and 'difficult to love,' Leonardo Le San now loves to shares his musical gifts

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