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Dollars and Sense: Overseas drama rattles the markets

By Warren Cole Smith
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Money | Overseas turmoil. The big stories last week were Greece and China, and both stories continue to unfold. First Greece. A week ago yesterday, the Greek people…

Christians taking risks

By Angela Lu & Emily Belz
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Religion | Two Christian men, in two different parts of the world, upended their lives to serve their Lord

China takes desperate measures to stop stock drop

By June Cheng
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China | A hodgepodge of desperate measures has finally stopped the Chinese stock market’s monthlong spiral, which has generated a $3 trillion loss in share value…

What does China gain from U.S. universities?

By Onize Ohikere
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Higher Education | WASHINGTON—In 2012, New York University (NYU) set up a degree-granting campus in Shanghai—one more American university stringing into China’s…

Hong Kong rejects China’s offer of ‘fake democracy’

By Angela Lu
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China | Hong Kong’s legislature voted not to implement a China-backed election plan Thursday, a victory for democracy activists in the former British colony and the…

China’s big hack attack

By Cal Thomas
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National Security | Upon hearing of the massive data breach of employee information from the Office of Personnel Management (OPM)—allegedly by hackers working for the Chinese…

Spreading the words

By Angela Lu
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2015 Books Issue | A Taiwanese publishing group is on the lookout for Reformed books to translate into Chinese

Globe Trot: Devastating explosion in Turkey ahead of elections

By Mindy Belz
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International | TURKEY: An explosion has further rattled Diyarbakir, a city in eastern Turkey that’s largely Kurdish and was once in the heartland of the region’s…

Midday Roundup: U.S. suspects China in federal employee data hack

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Personal information. The Chinese government responded today to allegations it hacked into U.S. computers and stole information about 4 million federal…

Remembering the Tiananmen Square massacre

By Angela Lu
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China | While China tries to ignore the 26-year-old tragedy, activists elsewhere honor the memory of the hundreds of students who died

Midday Roundup: Duggar parents tell of family anguish

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Speaking out. Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar opened up in an interview on Fox News Wednesday night about allegations of sexual abuse in their family that…

Midday Roundup: The FBI’s covert, aerial, at-home surveillance program

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Eye in the sky. An Associated Press investigation has revealed the FBI has been conducting surveillance by way of its own covert air force. The FBI has used…

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