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Barely fighting Irish

By Emily Belz
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Healthcare | Did Notre Dame, one of the only major Catholic universities to sue over the Obamacare contraceptive mandate (and so far lose), derail its own case?

Missing children

Missing children

By Bethany E. Starin
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Family | With dashed hopes and dreams, infertile couples embark on an often misunderstood journey

Driving Miss Tracy

By Marvin Olasky
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Hope Award | South Region winner changes lives one ride at a time

Risking genocide

By Mindy Belz
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Persecution | As the Islamic State has raged from Syria to Iraq, it threatens to wipe out Christians and other religious groups with singular roots in ancient Mesopotamia

Detention contention

By J.C. Derrick
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Immigration | Already controversial, the nation’s immigrant detention system is bursting at the seams with only growth in sight

Plastic facade

By Sophia Lee
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South Korea | South Korea’s glittering prosperity masks a suffering people

Street savvy

By Emily Belz
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Hope Award | East Region winner Seeds of Hope has won credibility in a brutal Camden neighborhood

Toward ‘a sustained quiet’

By Mindy Belz
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Israel | Israel's explosive pursuit of Hamas won remarkable support amid tragedy, reflecting a changing Middle East calculus

Changing course?

By Warren Cole Smith & Sophia Lee
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Religion | After a public apology and the adoption of a softer tone from the pulpit, star pastor Mark Driscoll and Mars Hill Church face new challenges

Save the children (from bad books)

Save the children (from bad books)

By Marvin Olasky
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Books | Plot lines flush with ungodly trends. Coarse language. We love our children and the books that provide warmth and wonder, but many current books for children…

Kickstarter classic

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Books | WORLD’s Children’s Book of the Year took an unusual path to the publishing house

Pink and blue and read all over

Pink and blue and read all over

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Books | Children’s publishing has become a battlefield in the gender wars

 
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