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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

Economic doldrums and government gridlock

Economic doldrums and government gridlock

By Edward Lee Pitts
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2011 News of the Year | Standard and Poor's downgraded the nation's triple-A credit rating for the first time

Going wages

Going wages

By Amy McCullough
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Employers say the Obama administration's attempt to increase pay for temporary, legal foreign workers will lead to large layoffs

Changing attitudes

Changing attitudes

By Marvin Olasky
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How food stamps morphed from temporary relief to permanent entitlement

Spirit of St. Louis

Spirit of St. Louis

By Angela Lu
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Jobs | Christian training programs are working hard to help their students become employable and, in some cases, employed

Can a Mormon be president?

Can a Mormon be president?

By The Editors
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Two opposing views

A bridge too far

By Marvin Olasky
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In June, after WORLD's articles on books were written and in production, the debate about theistic evolution, and particularly the existence of a literal Adam…

Facing the pressure

Facing the pressure

By Marvin Olasky
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The billion-dollar Templeton Foundation (see "Honoring his father," Dec. 4) is a positive force in many of its core areas, including Freedom and Free…

A man's world

A man's world

By Marvin Olasky
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The sexual economics of college campuses empower men at the expense of women

Finding inner peace

Finding inner peace

By Marvin Olasky
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For beleaguered homeowners and baseball players, singing a hymn helps

Keeping the lid on

Keeping the lid on

By Jamie Dean
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Egyptian Christians are watchful about life post-Mubarak

 
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