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Judges fell marriage laws in two Southern states

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Marriage | Federal judges in Mississippi and Arkansas on Tuesday overturned those states’ laws defining marriage as between one man and one woman. Both judges put…

Mailbag

Mailbag

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Letters from our readers

Quotables

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News | ‘I guess I’ll shake your hand but I have only one thing to say to you: You need to get out of Ukraine.’ Canadian Prime Minister…

Dispatches

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Quick Takes

Quick Takes

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News | Auto alternate  In April, Iran slashed state fuel subsidies. Ever since, Iranian citizens unaccustomed to paying high prices for gasoline have been…

Looking Ahead

Looking Ahead

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News | Dec. 7 Americans have until today to sign up for 2015 health insurance coverage from the government through either Medicare or healthcare exchanges created by…

Box Office Top 10

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Movies | For the weekend of Nov. 21–23, according to Box Office Mojo

Cornerstone Orthodox Presbyterian Church

Cornerstone Orthodox Presbyterian Church

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Houses of God | Houston, Texas

Human Race

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News | Approved The Church of England on Nov. 16 voted to begin ordaining female bishops in 2015. The move came 20 years after the Church of England started…

Jubilee’s year

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Hope Award | Washington state ministry wins the 2014 Hope Award for Effective Compassion

Judge legalizes same-sex marriage in Montana

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Marriage | A federal judge struck down Montana’s marriage law today, citing a federal appeals court decision in cases from several other states as his justification.

Human Race

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News | Elected Mia Love on Nov. 4 became the first black female Republican and the first Haitian-American elected to the U.S. House of Representatives when she…

 
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