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Two schools leave CCCU—for opposite reasons

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Higher Education | Departures highlight growing divide in Christian higher ed

Big win for Canadian Christian law school

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Religious Liberty | Key religious freedom case likely headed for Canada’s Supreme Court


Cuba on the cusp

Cuba on the cusp

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Cuba | U.S. overtures haven’t yet brought economic change to Cubans—or doused their spiritual fervor

Educated opinions

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Education | Popular in Congress, education overhaul gets mixed reviews elsewhere

ERLC panel denounces anti-Muslim policies

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Refugees | The Southern Baptist event’s participants define a gospel-oriented approach to refugees

Education overhaul nixes No Child Left Behind

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Education | Legislation returns power to the states, but not enough for some conservatives

Sarah Huang asks Obama for help

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China | Chinese pro-life activist pleads for U.S. government to denounce China’s family planning policies

Report: ISIS ramping up U.S. recruitment

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ISIS | Almost 1,000 ISIS-related FBI investigations are ongoing across the country

Has Teen Mania died?

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Religion | The once-prominent youth ministry shutters its website

Ted Cruz gains ground in latest WORLD survey

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Campaign 2016 | But Marco Rubio still holds a commanding lead among evangelical insiders

Explaining WORLD’s evangelical insiders survey

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Media | A response to Ann Coulter’s criticisms

Reports finds U.S. financial secrecy worsening

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Money | WASHINGTON—The United States is one of the world’s most secret financial jurisdictions, according to a watchdog group’s new global ranking. The Tax…

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