Lead Stories

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

Yes, the ISIS conflict is a religious war

By Mindy Belz
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Religious Liberty | The fight against the Islamic State is a fight for religious freedom

Election 2014: GOP has immigration edge

By J.C. Derrick
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Campaign 2014 | Concerns over border security give the GOP a boost, though it might be short-lived

The D-word is coming to a campus near you

By Josh Good
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Religious Liberty | Colleges continue to kick Christian clubs off campus for ‘discrimination’ in leadership

Supreme Court wraps up eventful first week

By Emily Belz
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Supreme Court | The high court’s actions spread same-sex marriage to many more states

Hillsong pastor denies covering father’s crime

By Daniel James Devine
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Child Sexual Abuse | During a government inquiry, megachurch leader Brian Houston said he never blamed the victim for his late father's abuse

LGBT report or pro-family ‘hit’ list?

By Courtney Crandell
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Sexuality | Targets of a new Human Rights Campaign report say the organization has gone too far

Kenyan president asks ICC to drop his case

By Moses Wasamu
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Kenya | Uhuru Kenyatta’s appearance before the International Criminal Court is a first for a sitting head of state

Low-budget flicks lead changes to film industry

By Angela Lu
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Movies | Changing technology shrinks the middle ground between handcrafted movies and blockbusters

Election 2014: Is Obamacare helping or hurting?

By J.C. Derrick
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Campaign 2014 | Economic issues continue to play a major role in campaigns, but the Affordable Care Act has taken a backseat

No separation of religion and society

No separation of religion and society

By Willem Ouweneel
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Books | As Election Day looms ahead, we’re reminded that there are no neutral earthly authorities

Young voters—a political mixed bag

By Sophia Lee
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Politics | If they can be stirred out of their stereotypical apathy, young people increasingly fall across party lines, creating a challenge for traditional party…

Concerned women and cultural shifts

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | Penny Young Nance, president of Concerned Women for America, talks about the ways our nation is changing, for better and for worse

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