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All in the family

All in the family

By Allie Cook
Posted

Special Issue | What started with care for foster children has branched into more than a dozen programs ministering to people in each phase of family life

Shanghai blues

Shanghai blues

By Becky Perry
Posted

Special Issue | Migrant laborers fuel China's boomtown but can't reap its benefits

Not in my backyard

Not in my backyard

By John Dawson
Posted

Special Issue | Dallas mayor criminalizes homelessness and those who try to serve the homeless

Jerusalem by foot

Jerusalem by foot

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Special Issue | This divided and tense city is less medieval theme park when seen apart from the tour groups

Gardening and garbage

Gardening and garbage

By Priya Abraham
Posted

Special Issue | Rapid and unplanned growth means a basic problem for cities like Lusaka: Who will take out the trash?

West Side story

West Side story

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Special Issue | Beneath the financial frenzy that is Charlotte, urban revitalization remains long,

Atlantic allies

Atlantic allies

By Mindy Belz
Posted

Special Issue | From Georges Washington to Bush, Americans find common cause in Casablanca

Catchin' the wave

Catchin' the wave

By Lynn Vincent
Posted

Special Issue | From Jesus People to Petco Park, San Diego has prospered by not preening

Bullish on the Big Apple

Bullish on the Big Apple

By Mindy Belz
Posted

Special Issue | The city thrives after 9/11-but healing doesn't happen in a New York minute

Melting pot

Melting pot

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Special Issue | In New Delhi, Chicken McCurry and on-call operators with names like Josh spur one of the world's fastest-growing economies amid a city of caste systems and…

Books, books, books

Books, books, books

By Mark Bergin
Posted

Special Issue | Deborah Jacobs is no ordinary librarian, and her Seattle masterpiece is no ordinary library

The agony of victory

The agony of victory

By Mindy Belz
Posted

Special Issue | Daniel Libeskind has had one of the hardest jobs in America. Will the architect's redesign at Ground Zero satisfy the nations and the generations to come?

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