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Judge rules in Christian theme park’s favor

By La Shawn Barber
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Religious Liberty | In light of the unfortunate news that a Texas grand jury indicted the Center for Medical Progress’ David Daleiden and his colleague Sandra Merritt on…

From homeless drug addict to ministry leader

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | Ken Barun knew extreme failure and corporate success before he found fullness in Jesus Christ

Chuck Gallagher on choices and consequences

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | Convicted felon remembers the words that saved his life: ‘You are not a mistake’

What happens when leaders abandon ethics?

What happens when leaders abandon ethics?

By Bill Newton
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Faith & Inspiration | The intersection of culture and ethics occurs in the minds, wills, and character of leaders—that’s as it should be. God hasn’t blessed everyone with the…

Can Oprah Winfrey save Weight Watchers?

By Gaye Clark
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Health | This month, Weight Watchers unveiled its “beyond the scale” weight loss plan, with a new logo and fitness app touted by its latest celebrity spokesperson,

Midday Roundup: Congress shames Obama for Bergdahl blunders

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | State secret. A new report by House Republicans states the Obama administration misled Congress about the effort to swap five Taliban detainees at Guantanamo…

Low-tax matchmaking

By David Skeel
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Money | A cross-border tactic allows corporations to wed and avoid excessive U.S. taxes

Kroger set to become largest retailer to offer transgender health benefits

By Savannah Petree
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Transgenderism | In 2002, no major U.S. corporation covered transgender procedures, such as gender-reassignment surgery and drug therapy, under its employee medical benefit…

Ethics in advertising

Ethics in advertising

By Bill Newton
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Business | The sign read, “Best Bar-B-Que in Town.” The label on a box of cookies said, “30 Percent Fewer Calories.” The grocer boasted, “Freshest Produce in…

Offers they can’t refuse

By David Skeel
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Money | The shakedown of United Airlines indicates an ominous shift in business regulation

Real toys are making a Christmas comeback

By Sarah Padbury
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Business | After years of declining Christmas toy sales in favor of technology purchases, experts report children are once again longing for real toys—as long as they…

Bill Simmons, sour grapes, and leaving well

By Barnabas Piper
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Media | When Bill Simmons left ESPN in May, it was very clearly under unpleasant circumstances. He and ESPN president John Skipper, as well as other management, had…

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