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Cover Story

2010 News of the Year

2010 News of the Year

by Mindy Belz

Cover Story | From major earthquakes in Haiti and Chile to the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig and the GOP's success in the mid-term elections, this past year…

In this issue: "2010 News of the Year," Jan. 1, 2011

Features

The earth roared

The earth roared

By The Editors

2010 News of the Year | January

Chile's turn

Chile's turn

By The Editors

2010 News of the Year | February

Pro-life Democrats on the line

Pro-life Democrats on the line

By The Editors

2010 News of the Year | March

Running red

Running red

By The Editors

2010 News of the Year | April

New day in the U.K.

New day in the U.K.

By The Editors

2010 News of the Year | May

Primary upsets

Primary upsets

By The Editors

2010 News of the Year | June

World Cup

World Cup

By The Editors

2010 News of the Year | July

Leaving Iraq

Leaving Iraq

By The Editors

2010 News of the Year | August

We pledge

We pledge

By The Editors

2010 News of the Year | September

Chilean rescue

Chilean rescue

By The Editors

2010 News of the Year | October

Change the GOP can believe in

Change the GOP can believe in

By The Editors

2010 News of the Year | November

Wiki wars

Wiki wars

By The Editors

2010 News of the Year | December

Departures

Departures

By Edward E. Plowman

2010 News of the Year | A list of notable deaths from the past year

Dispatches

Notable Quotables

By The Editors

"For [Democrats], it's just the beginning of an election year filled with many, many surprises. There's trouble everywhere and they know it." Sen. Scott…

Looking Ahead

By The Editors

UN rotation Colombia, Germany, India, Portugal, and South Africa begin their terms on the UN Security Council Jan. 1 after October elections put them on the…

Cutting a deal

Cutting a deal

By The Editors

and other news briefs

Called out

Called out

By Megan Basham

A PBS series on vocation fails to ask the hard questions

Human Race

Human Race

By The Editors

Died U.S. special envoy on Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Holbrooke died Dec. 13 at 69 after suffering complications from a torn aorta. Holbrooke, whose…

Columnists

The smell of death and the aroma of Christ

The smell of death and the aroma of Christ

By Mindy Belz

Like martyr Tom Little, we carry both

By The Editors

"Tea Party transit" (Nov. 20) I enjoyed the article but would feel much better if Tea Party organizer Danita Kilcullen, instead of saying that we will not let…

Peace initiatives

Peace initiatives

By Andrée Seu

It's fun to see how well God's commands work in restoring relationships

Another new NIV?

Another new NIV?

By Marvin Olasky

But the Walter Cronkite of Bibles is dead

This changes everything!

This changes everything!

By Janie B. Cheaney

After Christ came in the flesh, nothing would ever be the same

Finders keepers

Finders keepers

By Joel Belz

Popular wisdom isn't usually the best teacher of economics

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