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News | BEATING THE HEAT: Swimmers overcrowd a water park pool in China’s Sichuan Province to cool down on a scorching day.  A record heat wave has killed…

On the block

By J.C. Derrick
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Charities | Charitable tax deductions are no longer a certainty, and a nonprofit coalition gets ready to fight the change

Miraculous ways

By Jamie Dean
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Obituary | Chinese church leader Samuel Lamb: 1925-2013

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News | IT’S A BOY: Prince William and his wife Kate with their newborn son depart London’s St. Mary’s Hospital on July 23.

Muddied waters

By Emily Belz
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Marriage | With high court rulings on marriage, a wide assault begins on state marriage laws

A second chance

By Jamie Dean
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Egypt | Egypt’s Christians rejoice at the president’s ouster but fear reprisals

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News | Top stories from June 26 through July 9

Hobby Lobby breathes again

By Emily Belz
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Religion | Ahead of massive fines, appeals court rules for-profit companies do need religious freedom protection

Back to the states

By Emily Belz
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Supreme Court | In striking down part of the Defense of Marriage Act, the Supreme Court—for now, at least—steps back from declaring same-sex marriage a constitutional…

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News | JUNE 20:  Thousands of people march in the center of Recife, state of Pernambuco, Brazil, during a protest in what is now called…

Turkish spring?

By Jill Nelson
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Turkey | Erdogan turns up the heat, but protests continue against creeping Islamism in Turkey

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News | MAY 30: Scripps National Spelling Bee winner Arvind Mahankali stands under a shower of confetti after winning this year’s Bee in National Harbor, Md.

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