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VW ends a groovy era

By Rob Holmes
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Transportation | The “long, strange trip” is coming to an end for the Volkswagen bus. Brazil, the world’s last producer of the iconic van, will cease manufacturing…

Monks win! Monks win!

By Marvin Olasky
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Business | That’s not a football victory call but the final verdict in the case of casket-making Benedictine monks in Louisiana. We wrote about them in March and can…

Signs and Wonders: Don’t mess with Texas or Ted Cruz

By Warren Cole Smith
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Newsworthy | Cruzing. I had to change planes in Houston over the weekend and picked up the Houston Chronicle , which ran a front page story on Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas,

Back to ‘flipping eggs and making beds’ for innkeeper who defied shutdown

By Samantha Gilman
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Government | After facing accusations of resorting to what some have called “gestapo tactics,” the National Park Service (NPS) might be loosening its grip on…

Learning life lessons from those who lose

By Barnabas Piper
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Sports | Many of the best coaches in history—Bill Parcells, Phil Jackson, Tony LaRussa, among others—have written books about their success and have influenced…

Fantasy football, real dollars

By Zachary Abate
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Sports | Denver Broncos fans were not the only people thrilled with the team’s 49-27 blowout victory over the Baltimore Ravens in the National Football League season…

New survey: Evangelicals threaten workplace harmony

New survey: Evangelicals threaten workplace harmony

By Sarah Padbury
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Religion | The American workplace is becoming more religiously diverse, and white evangelicals are the most likely to share their faith with coworkers, according to a…

Government may ground latest airline merger

By Rob Holmes
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Transportation | American Airlines and US Airways announced in February their intended merger, which would create the world’s biggest airline. But the U.S. Department of…

Walmart caves to homosexual lobby

By La Shawn Barber
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Homosexuality | Walmart, the company with a “family-friendly” visitor center, has caved to the homosexual lobby, as other businesses will likely do in the weeks and…

Misunderstanding servant leadership

Misunderstanding servant leadership

By Bill Newton
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Business | Adam Grant’s new book, Give and Take , makes the case that servant leaders are more highly regarded by their employees, feel better about themselves, and…

What are you worth?

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Economy | If your lunch plans Thursday include heading to a drive-through, you might plan on brown bagging it instead. Fast food workers in 35 cities across the nation…

Drilling down

Drilling down

By Joel Belz
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Business | In business Glenn Gault bit by bit promotes a Christian worldview

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