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Unwelcome fame

By J.C. Derrick
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News | Student hero dodges public spotlight, financial windfall in Seattle shooting

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Dispatches

By The Editors
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News | JUNE 10: Insurgents overran the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, the country’s second largest city, underlining the tenuous control the Iraqi government holds…

Called to report

By Daniel James Devine
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Child Sexual Abuse | After a criminal trial of child sex abuse, questions linger over how much pastors knew

Orphan rescue

By Jill Nelson
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Ukraine | Groups mobilize to bring orphans in unstable eastern Ukraine to western regions as tensions with Russia continue

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Dispatches

By The Editors
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News | May 26: Sami Bolton mourns Marcus McLain at his grave on Memorial Day at West Tennessee Veterans Cemetery in Memphis, Tenn. Reservist Bolton served with the…

Divide and conquer

By Jill Nelson
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Ukraine | The strategy that worked in Crimea is what Putin and the Kremlin are deploying in both eastern and western Ukraine

Dispatches

By The Editors
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Benghazi bombshells

By J.C. Derrick
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Benghazi Attack | Administration cover-up of what happened in Libyan attack actually extends to cover-up of support for al-Qaeda militants in 2011 revolution

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Dispatches

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News | APRIL 29: Kevin Barnes searches the remains of his home on Clayton Avenue in Tupelo, Miss. A dangerous storm system that spawned a chain of deadly tornadoes…

Out with Obamacare caretaker

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Healthcare | With resignation of Kathleen Sebelius, Republicans look to revive healthcare debate

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Dispatches

By The Editors
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News | APRIL 16: South Korean coast guard officers try to rescue passengers from the Sewol in the water off the coast south of Seoul, South Korea. Dozens of boats,

No more Turkish delight

By Marvin Olasky
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Turkey | The hope for Turkey as an anti-Sharia beacon for the Muslim world is fading quickly

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