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Unscientific method

By Warren Cole Smith
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Religion | BioLogos makes the case for evolution but excludes prominent critics

Links in a mysterious chain

By Marvin Olasky
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Ebola Virus | Epidemics—and the fears and heroism they breed—have a long history in the United States

The importance of being Ernst

By Daniel James Devine
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Campaign 2014 | In Iowa, the charm and farm-girl persona of GOP candidate Joni Ernst could win a U.S. Senate seat

Independents’ day

By Kiley Crossland
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Campaign 2014 | Voters from neither party will likely decide the close Senate race in Colorado

Southern exposure

By Jamie Dean
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Campaign 2014 | In a string of Senate races across the South, pro-abortion groups are spending big to promote a shaded agenda

Lifetime achievements

By Emily Belz
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Campaign 2014 | The underestimated executive power: judicial appointments

Augusta to Honolulu

By Emily Belz
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Campaign 2014 | The underestimated political engine: state legislatures

Hijacking the plains

By Lynde Langdon
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Campaign 2014 | Independent Greg Orman is giving incumbent Sen. Pat Roberts the race of his life—and the national Republican Party headaches

Too close to call in North Carolina

By Warren Cole Smith
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Politics | Republican Thom Tillis challenges Democrat Kay Hagan in one of the most-watched races in the nation

Billionaire-bashing in Michigan

By Susan Olasky
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Politics | The battle to fill Carl Levin’s U.S. Senate seat looks a lot like previous Michigan campaigns

Buckeye blues

Buckeye blues

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Campaign 2012 | Most Ohio Republicans will vote for their party's eventual nominee, but that may be all many of them do for him

Europe in the balance

Europe in the balance

By Warren Cole Smith
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2011 News of the Year | 2011 brought Greece and then Italy to the brink of default

 
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