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Parents pine for paper as kids go digital

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Technology | Jeff May reads books for his doctorate studies on his iPad’s Kindle app. The convenience is difficult to resist. But when it comes to his kids, ages 11, 9,

Grace and Faith

By Mary Jackson
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Roe v. Wade | When Christian parents refuse to abort a child with a fatal condition, the result is a powerful witness

Review: <em>Fit to Burst: Abundance, Mayhem, and the Joys of Motherhood</em>

Review: Fit to Burst: Abundance, Mayhem, and the Joys of Motherhood

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Books | When I was pregnant at 23, I devoured parenting books. My husband and I bucked the current trend to wait for children: Our first son was born the day after…

For better, for worse

By Mary Jackson
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Lifestyle | Profile in marriage: Lawrence and Mary Lehr persevered through trials to find deeper love

California voters support death penalty

By Mary Jackson
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Politics | MARIN COUNTY, Calif.—Yesterday, outside San Quentin State Prison, Andre Williams weighed in on California Proposition 34. The measure, rejected by voters,

Oakland sues to keep marijuana dispensary

By Mary Jackson
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Courts | The city of Oakland moved last week to prevent federal law enforcement from closing its biggest marijuana dispensary, the largest pushback since an aggressive…

First Resort pregnancy center lawsuit to proceed

By Mary Jackson
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Abortion | SAN FRANCISCO—A lawsuit challenging a San Francisco ordinance that bans "misleading" advertising by pro-life pregnancy centers will proceed after a federal…

Organic or bust?

Organic or bust?

By Mary Jackson
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Health | Instead of owning health insurance, Geyserville, Calif. mother Marci Lee relies on buying organic food. While loading her cart with cantaloupes, tomatoes, and…

Name game

Name game

By Mary Jackson & Angela Lu
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Back to School | Los Angeles public schools opt for rebranding, but little change, in a battle against budget cuts

A better way

A better way

By Mary Jackson
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Lifestyle | Ministry mentors use relatability to reach hardened hearts

Dark cloud, silver lining

Dark cloud, silver lining

By Mary Jackson
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Economy | A depressed housing market has proved favorable to new homeowners willing to work and save

Spring freeze

Spring freeze

By Mary Jackson
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Enrollment cuts await California students unless voters agree to raise taxes

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