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First lady Michelle Obama’s food fight rages on

By Laura Edghill
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Education | Congress threw some whole grains out of first lady Michelle Obama’s food fight last week by passing a massive year-end spending bill that eases some…

GOP presidential hopefuls compete in the ‘invisible primary’

By Kent Covington & Nick Eicher
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Campaign 2016 | Each Wednesday for the past several months, The World and Everything in It has profiled possible candidates in the next presidential election. The Democratic field

Midday Roundup: Obama nominees get last-minute love from Senate Dems

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Rubber stamps. The Senate is taking a flurry of last-minute votes on judicial and cabinet appointees before it adjourns for the year and the Republicans take…

Gov. Mike Pence: National government is not the nation

By Cal Thomas
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Campaign 2016 | INDIANAPOLIS—If success at the state level were enough to recommend someone for president of the United States, Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana would be among…

Senate OKs new religious freedom ambassador

By J.C. Derrick
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Religious Liberty | Decision caps busy week in Washington for religious freedom

Thinking biblically about torture

By Nick Eicher
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Culture | Lately, a few explosive issues have divided some Christians from their usual co-belligerents on the political right. There have been complaints from the…

House approves spending bill—barely

By J.C. Derrick
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Government | Measure avoids government shutdown but makes almost no one in Washington happy

Iowa basics

Iowa basics

By Daniel James Devine
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Politics | With midterms over, attention turns to 2016 and the high-profile first presidential caucus

Double trouble

Double trouble

By Joel Belz
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Politics | With one action, the president offended both those who want less immigration and those who respect the law

Midday Roundup: Last-minute details tie up budget deal in Congress

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Deadline. Time is running out for Congress to vote on a budget bill that would keep the government open past midnight tonight. The House and Senate…

Bad Sir Jonathan Gruber (with apologies to A.A. Milne)

By Marvin Olasky
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Healthcare | Only A.A. Milne, author of not only Winnie the Pooh but great children’s poems such “Bad Sir Brian Botany,” could do justice to Jonathan Gruber’s…

Ben Carson: The unconventional presidential contender

By Kent Covington & Mary Reichard
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Campaign 2016 | This article is the 20th in the White House Wednesday series   by The World and Everything in It  looking at potential 2016 candidates for president.

 
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