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Midday Roundup: Even Obamacare’s ‘successful’ elements have glitches

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Another glitch. The Obama administration has more explaining to do after a data center supporting the Obamacare insurance exchanges crashed over the weekend,

Globe Trot: Smog smothers Chinese province

By Mindy Belz
Posted

International | CHINA: Continued heavy smog has forced officials to close all expressways in China’s northeastern Heilongjiang province, along with schools and a major…

Signs and Wonders: No picking your nose or urinating in public

By Warren Cole Smith
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Newsworthy | Good advice. With more Chinese traveling abroad, the Chinese government apparently thinks it’s necessary to tell people how to behave. Some of the advice is…

China squeezed between Korean priorities

By Angela Lu
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Persecution | Human rights groups hope China’s desire to build ties with South Korea could ease pressure on North Korean refugees

Blind Chinese activist gets a new beginning

By Jamie Dean & J.C. Derrick
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China | Chen Guangcheng starts a new chapter in the United States with fellowships at three ideologically different organizations

Education comes home in China

By Elise Grafe
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Education | Chinese parents concerned with structure in government schools are starting a new but fast-growing trend in Chinese education. About 2,000 Chinese parents now…

Globe Trot: Lebanese bombings reportedly target Assad critic

By Mindy Belz
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International | Twin bombings in Tripoli, the largest city in northern Lebanon, have left at least 27 dead and more than 350 wounded this morning. The blasts went off near…

American Christian couple accused of killing adopted child in Qatar

By Angela Lu
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Crime | A Los Angeles couple are fighting for their lives in a Qatar courtroom, where they are standing trial on charges they killed their 8-year-old adopted…

Globe Trot: Giving Egyptians a spoon?

By Mindy Belz
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International | For the first time in 1,600 years, prayers were not held Sunday in Egypt’s Virgin Mary Monastery near Asyut. One of the oldest monasteries in the world, it…

Helping is not natural

Helping is not natural

By Marvin Olasky
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Culture | We often see as “natural” the cultural assumptions that come only with a Christian worldview. For example, in the United States we have many “Good…

Midday Roundup: CIA acknowledges Area 51, still mum on UFOs

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Secrets revealed. Conspiracy theorists are doffing their tinfoil hats this morning to celebrate the release of new declassified information acknowledging the…

Globe Trot: Peace in Israel, violence in Egypt

By Mindy Belz
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International | Israeli and Palestinian leaders begin their first formal talks in five years today. Israel released 26 long-held Palestinian prisoners but also gave approval…

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