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From the work of their hands

By Mindy Belz
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Haiti | In Haiti, entrepreneurs who’ve learned hard lessons about charity handouts instead are launching business startups

DWGL: Do what God loves

DWGL: Do what God loves

By Marvin Olasky
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Work & Calling | “Do what you love” may be a self-destructive impulse, but the opposite—“Do what pays you”—is not the only alternative. Miya Tokumitsu, who holds a…

Bridgegate’s workplace lesson

By Lee Wishing
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Politics | Many years ago I worked with a talented political organizer who shared with me a very strange prayer request. He told me he regularly prayed that God would…

The Peter Principle and the NFL

By Barnabas Piper
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Sports | Black Monday is not a big shopping day and it doesn’t refer to a stock market crash. It’s the day after the final day of the National Football League’s…

Like a koala, but not as cute

Like a koala, but not as cute

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Government | I ran into Samuel, age 24, after not crossing paths with him for a long time. He said he was working for the local supermarket, in the bread department. His…

Weekend retail post-mortem: ‘We ruined the holiday’

By Andrew Branch
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Business | As the post-Thanksgiving shopping bonanza dies down, retailers like Walmart must evaluate whether opening on Thanksgiving was worth violating the traditional…

Drawing battle lines in the war on Christmas

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Religion | Thanksgiving took a beating this year, arriving so late in the month that stores and shoppers stampeded all over it in their rush to the holiday shopping…

#Busted: Criticism via Twitter gets corporations’ attention

By Tiffany Owens
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Technology | A Costco store in Southern California came under heat recently after a pastor spotted Bibles labeled as “fiction” in the store. The mistake highlighted…

Fasten your seat belts: Air travel takes off in the East

By Rob Holmes
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Transportation | At the Dubai Airshow this week, Boeing and Airbus raked in more than 500 orders for their newest jets, including the Boeing 777X, totaling several hundred…

Braves to head north

By Zachary Abate
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Sports | After only 17 years, the Atlanta Braves are leaving Turner Field and are moving 10 miles north to Cobb County in 2017. Turner Field, which was erected in 1996…

Why the DOJ approved the world's biggest airline

Why the DOJ approved the world's biggest airline

By Rob Holmes
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Transportation | The federal government reached a pre-trial settlement this week with American Airlines and US Airways, bringing them one step closer to a December merger. The…

Self-made terror

Self-made terror

By Bill Newton
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Business | At midnight my friends and I heard a screech, a growl, a roar! Terrified, no one moved or spoke. No one knew exactly what was making all the noise, but it was…

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