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Events

By Kristin Chapman
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2015 News of the Year | Donald Trump emerged in the summer as the front-runner in the race for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination and remained atop the polls into December.

Deaths

Deaths

By Edward E. Plowman
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2015 News of the Year | Members of an Islamic State affiliate walk (and later behead) captured Ethiopian Christians along a beach in Libya.

Puerto Rico panic

By Marvin Olasky
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Puerto Rico | Will the can politicians kicked down the street become a boomerang?

Unconquered

By Jamie Dean
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Daniel of the Year | As Islamic terrorists cut down victims from Palmyra to Paris, 21 Christians on a Libyan beach bravely represented WORLD’s 2015 Daniels of the Year:

Fat of the land

Fat of the land

By Marvin Olasky & Susan Olasky
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Health | How a healthy idea became a bloated bureaucracy

Who is my neighbor?

By Jamie Dean
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Refugees | The world’s worst refugee crisis since World War II raises challenges about balancing security concerns and spiritual care for strangers in need

Lines of communication

By Jamie Dean
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Campaign 2016 | Former CEO Carly Fiorina and freshman U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio have had shining moments during GOP presidential debates, but do they have the skills to lead a…

Battling the biological clock

By Emily Belz
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Medicine | More young people are turning to fertility treatments like in vitro fertilization, but often without considering the ethical problems, failure rates, or…

Outside the box

By Jamie Dean
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Campaign 2016 | The opening rounds of the 2016 presidential contest show voters hungry for outsiders, but unsure who will stay in the fight

Unwanted

By Jamie Dean
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Abortion | Planned Parenthood abortion videos stir fresh controversy, but reproductive violence has a long history in America, with many dark chapters

Off the grid

By June Cheng
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China | The Chinese Christian school movement doesn’t officially exist, and parents make great sacrifices to join it—but it’s growing quickly

A tale of two museums

By Marvin Olasky
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Evolution | A natural history museum in Washington offers Darwinism with no room for doubts, but one in New York offers a dose of refreshing honesty on what science…

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