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Trafficking cops

Trafficking cops

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Roe v. Wade | Jason and Kristin Weis wanted to do something about the sexual exploitation of children, and they've found a way to make a difference

Red zone defense

Red zone defense

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Roe v. Wade | Abortion proponents are defending their own bloody red zone against a reinvigorated pro-life movement

Facing facts

Facing facts

By Alisa Harris
Posted

News of the Year | At the end of a difficult year, the Roman Catholic Church reflects on its worldwide sexual abuse scandals

Mass exodus

Mass exodus

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Next decade challenge | The Roman Catholic Church in the United States has been losing members rapidly, a trend that may lead to big changes in American religion in coming years

Prop 8's fate

Prop 8's fate

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Courts | Three judges from the 9th Circuit hear arguments on the constitutionality of California's definition of marriage

Climbing the hill

Climbing the hill

By Emily Belz, Edward Lee Pitts, Jamie Dean & Alisa Harris
Posted

Campaign 2010 | As a large freshman class arrives in Washington promising change, these are some of the new faces to watch in Congress

Energy and anger

Energy and anger

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Politics | Cap and trade is becoming a hot issue in places like New Mexico, with voter wrath aimed at House members who supported the scheme

Tea Party triumph?

Tea Party triumph?

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Politics | Senate leader Harry Reid wanted a race against Sharron Angle. But Tea Party activism, plus disdain for Reid, is making the Nevada Senate race a very close one

'Viewpoint discrimination'

'Viewpoint discrimination'

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Abortion | New York's City Council considers the strictest regulations yet for crisis pregnancy centers

Job security

Job security

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Politics | It's job No. 1 for the nation's teachers unions, and they are willing to oppose education-reform-minded politicians to preserve it

Invisible dads

Invisible dads

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Birth | Largely unregulated sperm banks and fertility clinics are producing thousands of donor-conceived children who long to know more about their fathers

<em>The Cartel</em>

The Cartel

By Alisa Harris
Posted

Back to School | The state of New Jersey spends the most money per pupil and has dismal test scores to show for it. The Cartel , an education documentary by journalist Bob…

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