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Obama to headline Planned Parenthood gala

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Abortion | President Barack Obama will be the keynote speaker for Planned Parenthood’s annual gala Thursday, an event that will honor sex therapist and author Dr. Ruth…

Obama in Boston: Continue to run this race with perseverance

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Terrorism | The pews of Boston’s Cathedral of the Holy Cross were packed full Thursday morning as the city held an interfaith service to honor those injured and killed…

New Zealand approves same-sex marriage

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Marriage | Today New Zealand became the 13th country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage and the first in the Asia-Pacific region. Hundreds of activists…

Scout survey seeks input on gay ban

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Boy Scouts | Last week the Boy Scouts of America sent a survey to 1.1 million Scouts and their families, asking whether it should keep the organization’s ban on…

From misery to merriment at the Masters

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Sports | Media accounts this morning rightly concentrated on Adam Scott’s gutsy victory at the Masters Sunday, but stories of perseverance also deserve telling. On…

Jericho’s walls and 18 holes for K.J. Choi

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Sports | K.J. Choi, tied for seventh at the halfway point of the Masters, quells his nerves on the golf course by thinking of how Joshua and the Israelites marched…

Johnson thinks his way around Augusta National

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Sports | One of several evangelicals on the PGA Tour, 2007 Masters champion Zach Johnson is tied for 10th after yesterday’s first round of the Masters Tournament at…

From grating to great

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Marriage | For their first 39 years of marriage, Warren and Eleanor Herron led separate lives, but a transformation 20 years ago dramatically changed how they view each…

$58,500 available for Christian writers

$58,500 available for Christian writers

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Religion | WORLD readers who write often ask us for information on Christian writing contests they could enter that offer big financial rewards. We know of only two that…

More about Clarkston, the refugee city

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Immigration | CLARKSTON, Ga.—Burmese. Congolese. Sudanese. Syrian. Ethiopian. Thai. Nepali. Arabic. Every Saturday morning, students speaking those and other languages…

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