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Coal’s kill fee

By Daniel James Devine
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Energy | Electricity prices are rising as coal plants fall in the wake of Washington’s anti-carbon agenda

Clamping down on speech

By Emily Belz
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France | French arrests following January’s Charlie Hebdo attacks highlight questions over how much words can hurt

Buying a bestseller

By Warren Cole Smith
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Religion | Is David Jeremiah another gifted pastor who has used what some say is an ethically dubious method to promote books?

Ignoring the children

By J.C. Derrick
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Abortion | The 20-week abortion ban debacle in the House leaves pro-lifers stunned and angry

The fifth wave

By J.C. Derrick
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Cuba | Policy changes are prompting an increase in the number of Cubans coming to the United States—and jeopardizing a revival

Union demands

Union demands

By Emily Belz
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Religious Liberty | An obscure case in Pennsylvania appears to be the first to address where teachers’ money goes when they religiously object to union membership

Promise keepers

By J.C. Derrick
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Abortion | Federal pro-life opportunities this year include efforts to hold President Obama to his word on Obamacare and to protect unborn children who can feel pain

Vital parts of the body

By Sophia Lee
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Roe v. Wade | God created persons with cognitive disabilities for a reason, and special needs ministries are showing how much they can enrich a church

Special deliveries

By Sophia Lee
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Roe v. Wade | Baby boxes and safe-haven laws save thousands of babies worldwide, but they stir controversy in South Korea

Pro-abortion and proud of it

By Mary Jackson
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Roe v. Wade | Social and media campaigns promote abortion without regrets, but sometimes a more complicated message slips out

Depression-era dishonesty

Depression-era dishonesty

By Marvin Olasky
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Roe v. Wade | The drive for abortion began not in the 1960s but in the 1930s

State-by-state progress

State-by-state progress

By Kristin Chapman
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Roe v. Wade | More than a dozen states last year made it easier to protect life

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