Lead Stories

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In-depth, online-only feature-length articles written by WORLD's team of editors, reporters, and contributors.

A Nazi murderer can go to heaven

A Nazi murderer can go to heaven

By Tim Townsend
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2014 Books Issue | An excerpt from WORLD’s history Book of the Year

Boy Scout Troop 412 breaks camp

By Blake Adams
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Boy Scouts | One Georgia troop pitches its tents with Trail Life following the Boy Scouts’ ruling last year on gay members

A void that soccer can’t fill

By Andrew Branch
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Sports | During the World Cup, American and Brazilian Christians team up to bring healing to a broken country

David Brat’s ‘miracle’ victory in Virginia

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Election | The college professor credits God for his unexpected defeat of Eric Cantor, one of the most powerful Republicans in Washington

Christians flee Mosul’s terrorist takeover

By Mindy Belz
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Iraq | One Iraqi pastor says this could be the last exodus from what was once a Christian stronghold

Lois Lerner sent confidential IRS data to FBI

By J.C. Derrick
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IRS Scandal | Almost four years later, investigators say they should never have had access to nonprofits' private tax information

New era or nothing new on the Nile?

By Julia Thompson
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Egypt | As Egypt inaugurates a new president, residents wonder what the future holds

The Reformation roots of an independent press

By Marvin Olasky
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Media | Martin Luther’s emphasis on literacy helped make modern day journalism possible

Standing against pediatric ‘pseudo-science’

Standing against pediatric ‘pseudo-science’

By Daniel James Devine
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Medicine | A conservative pediatrics association is defending kids—and psychotherapy for unwanted same-sex attraction—in court

Boko Haram kills 200 in three village attacks

By Mindy Belz
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Nigeria | Militants dressed as soldiers told victims they were there to ‘protect’ them

Neck and neck in Mississippi

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Elections | Closely watched Republican primary will drag on for another three weeks as the candidates ready for a runoff

June crackdown

By Byline withheld
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China | On the eve of today’s Tiananmen anniversary, arrests and beatings hit house church in China

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