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Water war

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Weather | A persistent drought in California has brought to the surface long-simmering disputes over one of the basic resources of life

Infinitely Polar Bear

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Movies | Infinitely Polar Bear , a film based on the childhood of writer/director Maya Forbes, presents a biracial family in 1970s Boston that appears to…

Blaine Harden on understanding North Korea

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Q&A | Well-known biographer talks about his latest retelling of a defector’s story

Love & Mercy

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Movies | It’s impossible not to pity the grown man cowering like a child as another man screams into his face. That’s one of many heart-wrenching scenes in Love

PKs answer: How should we pray for pastors?

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Religion | My parents visited me recently in Los Angeles. Being in LA, we inevitably spent half our time stuck in traffic. And being a pastor’s family, inevitably,

The family business

The family business

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Religion | Pastors’ kids get front-row seats to the broken, bloody spectacle of the church. It’s both a challenge and a blessing

Still Alice

By Sophia Lee
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DVD | Still Alice , a drama that’s now available in DVD, is about a woman walking toward the inevitable gallows of early-onset Alzheimer’s. Alice (Julianne…

Far from the Madding Crowd

By Sophia Lee
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Movies | Far from the Madding Crowd has everything you’d expect from an English period drama: the charming dresses and hats; spectacular cinematography of…

Mosque for the ‘unmosqued’

Mosque for the ‘unmosqued’

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Lifestyle | A mosque for women seeks to remake American Islam in its image

Ex Machina

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Movies | What makes humans, human? What is the essence of humanity that sets man apart from all other creatures? Ex Machina , an intellectually stimulating, visually…

Pastor’s family wins $330M case against North Korea

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Human Rights | U.S. court orders Pyongyang to pay for abducting, torturing, and killing Kim Dong-shik

California’s drought denial

California’s drought denial

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Weather | Residents keep watering their lawns, but farmers are feeling the shortage

 
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