Family

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India moves to ban surrogacy for foreign couples

By Courtney Crandell
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Family | The Indian government released an official letter to fertility clinics last week that bans them from contracting surrogates to foreigners. Though the Bombay…

Understanding the real rules of international adoption

By Jill Nelson
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Adoption | Africa has become the new “hot spot” for international adoptions, and that trend has led to some disturbing developments: Recent reports show corruption…

Overseas orphans

By Jill Nelson
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Adoption | Parents of good will often face hurdles as they complete ethical international adoptions

Conservative Catholics say sin takes a backseat in new Church recommendations

By Kiley Crossland
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Religion | The Vatican’s Synod on the Family concluded last weekend amid controversy and doubt. Pope Francis called the three-week gathering, attended by 270 bishops…

The cross before me

The cross before me

By Chelsea Boes
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Faith & Inspiration | I’ve reached that part of pregnancy where your feet seem to get farther and farther away, like Lewis Carroll’s Alice after she downs the bottle marked…

Fleeting moments

By Onize Ohikere
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Lifestyle | Photographer Michelle Warren captures first and final moments

Ohio gets $10 million to train men for fatherhood

Ohio gets $10 million to train men for fatherhood

By Wayne Stender
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Family | The federal government is trying to rescue low-income dads with multimillion-dollar grants. A $10 million allocation coming to Ohio over the next five years…

Battling the biological clock

By Emily Belz
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Medicine | More young people are turning to fertility treatments like in vitro fertilization, but often without considering the ethical problems, failure rates, or…

Sorry, Charlie

By Chelsea Boes
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Faith & Inspiration | C.S. Lewis famously said in The Four Loves , “Man with dog closes a gap in the universe.” We believed this firmly even before we saw Charlie. When we parked…

New bill requires better education for prenatal screening

By Wayne Stender
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Health | DNA-based prenatal screenings are growing into a multi-billion dollar industry. While the tests can be helpful, studies show results may be misleading. A…

Midday Roundup: Kentucky AG won’t investigate Kim Davis for misconduct

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | No investigation. The Kentucky attorney general announced this morning he will not appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Rowan County clerk Kim Davis.

Un Gallo con Muchos Huevos puts its eggs in the wrong basket

By Bob Brown
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Movies | On Sept. 4, Guadalajara-based Huevocartoon Producciones broke new ground. Its new release, the all-Spanish language Un Gallo con Muchos Huevos , became the first…

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