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Doing Britain the Scots way

By D.C. Innes
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U.K. | So Scotland has decided against national divorce. It was an odd settlement that Alex Salmond, the Scottish National Party leader, was proposing. The northern…

Midday Roundup: A portrait of Lois Lerner, in her own words

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Lois Lerner speaks. Former IRS official Lois Lerner, who remains at the center of the scandal involving the agency’s targeting of conservative groups, broke…

Globe Trot: U.S. intel limited in fight against ISIS

By Jamie Dean
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International | ISIS: When it comes to the U.S. battle against ISIS militants in Iraq and Syria, a basic question arises: How do we know where to strike? In a piece in the

Boko Haram expanding from Nigeria to Cameroon

By Julia A. Seymour
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Persecution | The terror that Boko Haram continues to inflict on Nigeria has spilled into neighboring Cameroon in the form of refugees and direct attacks from the radical…

China’s abortion regime

China’s abortion regime

By June Cheng
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Abortion | And the heroes fighting it—a street-level look translated into the Chinese language

Ebola cases on the rise as Guinean villagers attack, kill aid team

By Andrew Branch
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Ebola Virus | More than 700 new Ebola cases have surfaced in the last week alone—a rate increase of 40 percent from the beginning of September—as violence and death due…

Scottish independence leader resigns after unity victory

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Britain | UPDATE (11:20 a.m. EDT): Alex Salmond, the Scottish politician who led the fight for independence announced today he is resigning his post as first minister…

Globe Trot: ‘Training an army of people that hates us’

By Jamie Dean
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International | SYRIA: News about a foiled ISIS plot in Australia came hours before the U.S. Congress voted to approve President Barack Obama’s plan to train and arm Syrian…

Boko Haram used schoolgirl as suicide bomber

By Angela Lu
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Religious Liberty | Congressional hearing discusses kidnapped girls’ fate, other international religious freedom concerns

Eyes on Estonia

By Marvin Olasky
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Estonia | A desperate Goliath may soon take on a super-secular David

The poverty of pluralism

By Janie B. Cheaney
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ISIS | Having chased truth from public life, the West has a hard time defending what is left

Holding together

By Jamie Dean
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Ukraine | In a world falling apart, ordinary citizens do the hard work of pursuing a center that holds

 
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