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About a Boy

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Television | In NBC’s About a Boy , 30-something bachelor Will (David Walton) is wealthy after composing a hit Christmas song: He impulsively buys a $500 margarita…

Playing defense

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Politics | Behind the scenes in a blue state legislature, pro-life lobbyists go door to door for votes

D’Souza pleads guilty to making straw donations

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Courts | The illegal campaign contributions could land him in jail for up to 16 months

Belle

Belle

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Movies | Currently in limited release, Belle falls comfortably and unremarkably in the canon of period dramas but has the distinction of being based on a true story.

Judge says D’Souza wasn’t prosecuted for his politics

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Courts | NEW YORK—A federal judge said conservative author and commentator Dinesh D’Souza had no evidence he was selectively prosecuted because of his politics,

Supreme Court win for public square religion

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Supreme Court | Though divided, justices uphold New York town council’s opening prayers

Superheroes slipping on banana peels

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Movies | NEW YORK— The Amazing Spider-Man 2 , which opens in theaters today, is in some ways like any other superhero movie, but has an especially winsome cast and…

Sudden impact

By Emily Belz
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Documentary | Films that deal fairly with Christians are getting a respectful audience at major film festivals

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

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Movies | Before The Amazing Spider-Man 2 started rolling at the premiere in New York, the film critic sitting next to me said, “I liked the first [ Amazing Spider-Man ],

Defense: Politics prompted D’Souza prosecution

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Courts | If the judge refuses Dinesh D’Souza’s selective prosecution motion for dismissal, his May trial will be messy and personal

New York church gets legal reinforcements in school rental fight

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Religious Liberty | NEW YORK—Churches, synagogues, and religious groups representing thousands of churches across the country filed an amicus brief on Monday in support of the…

No upheaval on Easter

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Religious Liberty | New York City’s ban on churches renting public schools remains in place, but an appeal will allow worship services this Sunday

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