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2014 News of the Year

By Mindy Belz
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2014 News of the Year | Now 14 years into a new millennium, the year jerked us back to a past we thought we’d left in the fossil dust of some other century. Beheadings?

Far as the curse is found

By Jamie Dean
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Poverty | The poverty rate remains stubbornly high 50 years—and trillions of dollars—after the federal war on poverty began, but some have learned true riches come…

The light of the sun in a dark basement

By Jamie Dean
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Daniel of the Year | Congressman Frank Wolf has spent more than three decades showing up in far corners of the globe to help the most vulnerable—and the ‘patron saint of…

Interpretive dance

Interpretive dance

By Daniel James Devine
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Religion | The BioLogos Foundation is making a major, well-funded push to change the way Christians read Genesis and think about Adam and Eve

Going viral

By Jamie Dean
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Ebola Virus | As Ebola rapidly spreads in West Africa, Christian aid workers are risking their lives on the front lines

The return of security moms

By J.C. Derrick
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Campaign 2014 | National security concerns are an election force after a decade-long absence

Majestic, messy Montana

By Sophia Lee
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Politics | One of the most colorful Senate races this year features an ‘anarchist at heart’ running against a mild-mannered congressman amid a stunning, picturesque…

Holding together

By Jamie Dean
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Ukraine | In a world falling apart, ordinary citizens do the hard work of pursuing a center that holds

Houses divided

By Jamie Dean
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Police | A history of police violence brings police killing in Ferguson to national attention, even as black-on-black murders in far greater numbers remain local…

Groundhog reform day

Groundhog reform day

By Marvin Olasky
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Back to School | Back to school 2014 finds American education in the midst of yet another expensive revolution

Uncommon pushback

By Russ Pulliam
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Back to School | With a rebellion growing, Common Core no longer looks inevitable

Public school @ home

By Daniel James Devine
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Back to School | Online charter schools are growing, with growing pains

 
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