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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

Elderly island

By Angela Lu
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Roe v. Wade | With fewer young marriages and abortion numbers sky high, Taiwan faces a severe birth dearth

Departures

By Edward E. Plowman
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2014 News of the Year | Edmund Abel April 2 | 92 | Contract engineer who designed the Mr. Coffee drip brewing machine launched in 1972. Fouad Ajami June 22 | 68 | Middle East scholar…

Trends

Trends

By The Editors
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2014 News of the Year | Tech Apple led the way once again with wait-in-line technology, this time breaking ground in its introduction in October of Apple Pay—an audacious attempt…

Timeline

Timeline

By Kristin Chapman
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2014 News of the Year | A quick look at the biggest events of the past year

Iowa basics

Iowa basics

By Daniel James Devine
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Politics | With midterms over, attention turns to 2016 and the high-profile first presidential caucus

A nation at risk

By Sophia Lee
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Poverty | Extreme poverty, dependency, and distrust plague the Navajo Nation, and secular solutions aren’t working

Code blue

By J.C. Derrick
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Healthcare | A string of bad news has beset Obamacare, and worse is likely on the way

There and back again

By Emily Belz
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Ebola Virus | Physician Rick Sacra, having survived Ebola and other Liberian crises, stands ready to tackle the virus once more

That infamous day

By J.C. Derrick
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History | As Pearl Harbor survivors grow fewer in number, their memories of the Japanese attack resonate louder through history

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