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Attorney General nominee faces Senate grilling

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Politics | The Senate expects to confirm Loretta Lynch, but not before she explains her views on a host of issues

Promise keepers

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Abortion | Federal pro-life opportunities this year include efforts to hold President Obama to his word on Obamacare and to protect unborn children who can feel pain

The fifth wave

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Cuba | Policy changes are prompting an increase in the number of Cubans coming to the United States—and jeopardizing a revival

House vote small consolation to pro-lifers

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Abortion | The vote to defund abortions comes a day after lawmakers tabled a stronger bill

Obama: ‘The shadow of crisis has passed’

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State of the Union | President paints glowing picture in second-to-last State of the Union Address

The Sandusky problem is a Penn State problem

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Sports | You don’t have to be a college football fan to recall the nightmarish 2011 scandal at Penn State University: Some brave souls finally had the courage to…

House rules

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Congress | Speaker John Boehner survives a coup—again—and disciplines key rebels

Open Doors: Worst persecution yet to come

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Persecution | Militant Islam poses the biggest threat to Christians in Africa and the Middle East

House Republicans take year-end swing at IRS

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IRS Scandal | WASHINGTON—House GOP investigators blasted a “culture of bias” at the Internal Revenue Service in their final 2014 report on the agency’s targeting of…

Open borders, closed church?

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Cuba | Evangelicals see opportunities, pitfalls in new era of U.S.-Cuba relations

Cuba news draws bipartisan criticism

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Cuba | Opponents say the Obama administration gave up too much and got too little in return

Study: Crime, corruption crushing poor nations

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Corruption | WASHINGTON—Almost $1 trillion in illicit capital left developing and emerging economies in 2012, and the problem is only growing worse, according to a new…

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