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Heat seekers

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Weather | Record-setting snow on the East Coast wearies residents and their budgets

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News | Kiev burns Ukrainian police reportedly stormed on Feb. 18 protest barricades set up since November in Kiev’s city center. As fires engulfed the city of 5…

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News | JAN. 28: Security forces patrol the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Park in Russia ahead of the Feb. 7 opening ceremony. The Sochi games will be the most expensive…

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News | JAN. 13: The grandchildren of former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon stand in front of his grave during his funeral near Sharon’s residence in southern…

Just say yes

By Jamie Dean
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Egypt | Egyptian voters overwhelmingly pass a new constitution, but worries persist over the country’s future

Threat realized

By Mindy Belz
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Iraq | Al-Qaeda takeover in Fallujah is most direct threat to Iraq government and U.S. gains

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News | JAN. 5: A person in St. Louis struggles to cross a street in blowing and falling snow. Frigid air descended upon much of the country, dropping temperatures in…

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News | DEC. 15: Ukrainian protesters in Kiev demand the resignation of President Victor Yanukovych, whose refusal of the association agreement with the European…

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Insanity, tragedy, or hope?

By Marvin Olasky
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Ukraine | A long history under a brutal Russia has pro-Western Ukrainians concerned about their future

Man knows not his time

By Mindy Belz
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Obituary | Nelson Mandela: 1918-2013

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News | Dream come true “He wanted to be Batman,” said Make-A-Wish Foundation’s Bay Area director Patricia Wilson of 5-year-old leukemia patient Miles Scott.

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