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Advancing Liberty

By Warren Cole Smith
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Back to School | A Christian college’s growth may tempt regulators

Be less than you can be

Be less than you can be

By Marvin Olasky
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Government | As this summer’s anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act recalls hope, federal disability programs are killing a liberal dream, undercutting a…

Double jeopardy

By Jamie Dean
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China | Arrested, tortured, and imprisoned in China, activist attorney Chen Guangcheng discovers escape to America can lead to more threats and intimidation

Hope

Hope

By Marvin Olasky
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Hope Award | Introducing the 2013 Hope Award for Effective Compassion regional winners

Desert oasis

By Angela Lu
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Hope Award | West Regional runner-up: A border doesn’t stop Crossroads Nogales Rescue Mission from being good neighbors to those in need

Parent practicum

By Angela Lu
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Hope Award | West Regional winner: My Safe Harbor helps single mothers break the dysfunctional cycle of broken homes

Holding the line

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Military | Chaplains are pursuing their mission in a military suddenly hostile to Christianity and ready to suppress religious freedom

Making tracks

Making tracks

By Marvin Olasky
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2013 Books Issue | Superb reporting and storytelling about a modern-day underground railroad make Melanie Kirkpatrick’s Escape from North Korea WORLD’s Book of the Year

Agent exegesis

Agent exegesis

By Edward Lee Pitts
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IRS Scandal | The IRS targeted more than Tea Party groups for special investigations. The agency also went after religious, pro-life, and pro-marriage groups, holding up…

Turning Syria inside out

By Mindy Belz
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Middle East | With foreign fighters invading the rebellion, millions of Syrians fleeing civil war, and a brutal president determined to hang on, good guys and workable…

Scouts in the balance

Scouts in the balance

By Warren Cole Smith
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Boy Scouts | Will the Boy Scouts of America survive a double-barreled attack from atheists and homosexual activists?

Heartbreak Hill

By Jamie Dean
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Terrorism | When explosions hit the Boston Marathon, people at the scene and Boston residents swung into action

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