Lead Stories

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

Mark Driscoll apologizes

By Warren Cole Smith
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Religion | The megachurch leader says he wants to be a pastor, not a celebrity

Putin signs treaty annexing Crimea

By Jill Nelson
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Ukraine | Ukrainian government says Russia is a threat to international security

Running from the regime

By Daniel James Devine & Sophia Lee
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North Korea | North Korean escapees tell stories of brainwashing, abuse, and survival

Seeking the living among the dead at SXSW

By Warren Cole Smith
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Culture | This short list of bands, from the 2,000 that played South by Southwest, made my heart burn within me

Religious liberty under siege

By The Editors
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Religious Liberty | Read this brief to understand the issues involved in the Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties Supreme Court case

Forced agnosticism at the Air Force Academy

By Andrew Branch
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Religious Liberty | In response to complaints about a Scripture posted on a dorm room door, academy officials say cadet leaders must suppress their faith

Listening for signals in SXSW’s noise

By Warren Cole Smith
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Culture | The music portion of SXSW has moved far from its singer-songwriter roots, but you can still catch notes of greatness, if you listen closely

Prayers for comfort and healing in Harlem

By Emily Belz
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Disaster | Pastors gather for prayer and faith-based groups offer help to families after explosion levels church, killing parishioners

Turning up the heat on Lois Lerner

By J.C. Derrick
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IRS Scandal | House committee’s blistering report lays the groundwork for holding the former IRS official in contempt of Congress

The seat Democrats couldn’t afford to lose

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Politics | Republicans take a Florida congressional race in a preview of this fall’s fight for Congress

Robert Duvall’s hat tip to God at SXSW

By Warren Cole Smith
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Culture | Amid movie awards for the banal and politically correct, even a lukewarm acknowledgement of the divine was a rarity

Boy Scouts fall millions behind budget

By Warren Cole Smith
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Boy Scouts | President-elect Robert Gates looks to move Scouting past its ‘divisive ordeal’ over homosexuality and into recovery

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