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Looking Ahead

Looking Ahead

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News | March 31   Open enrollment for Obamacare ends today, barring last-minute executive action. The Congressional Budget Office predicted more than 6 million…

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

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News | Stray offshore If every dog has his day, then KC’s day was March 4. The 14-year-old mutt got loose from owner Jodi Benchich on Feb. 22 when his leash broke…

Quotables

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News | ‘Other than his gender, the guy has flip-flopped on everything, and I don’t put that past him either.’ Florida GOP strategist Ana…

Human Race

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News | Died   Maria Franziska von Trapp, 99, the last surviving sibling of seven brothers and sisters portrayed in the Broadway musical and film The Sound of

Quotables

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News | ‘Alternative lifestyle’ NBC headline profiling Olympic halfpipe gold medalist David Wise, who, at 23, “has a wife,” “a two-year-old daughter,” and…

Looking Ahead

Looking Ahead

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News | March 18   An increasing number of Christians are celebrating Purim, a traditionally Jewish holiday commemorating the Jews’ deliverance from a Persian…

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

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News | River race A Tulsa, Okla., man figured his dogs would be safe left in his vehicle when he stepped away from his pickup truck on Feb. 25. What he didn’t…

Dispatches

Dispatches

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News | March 3: Cincinnati Reds shortstop Zack Cozart at the start of spring training throws before an exhibition baseball game against the Seattle Mariners in…

Uncovering alleged abuse

By Jamie Dean
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News | Two Christian colleges remain in the news for ongoing investigations of sexual assault

Looking Ahead

Looking Ahead

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News | March 1 Government officials promise March 1 will be the turning point in Beijing’s critical pollution crises, known colloquially as the “airpocalypse.”

Dispatches

Dispatches

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News | Kiev burns Ukrainian police reportedly stormed on Feb. 18 protest barricades set up since November in Kiev’s city center. As fires engulfed the city of 5…

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

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News | Playing like a girl Some say the Iranian women’s national soccer team is playing with an unfair advantage. Namely, many of their players are apparently men.

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