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Abused and exploited

By Sophia Lee
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Trafficking | The digital age offers predators new opportunities to lure young girls into sex trafficking, and many victims have few places to turn

A political year like no other

By Jamie Dean
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Campaign 2016 | A “thousand-year flood” of a campaign season is sinking Jeb Bush and may sink Ben Carson, while Ted Cruz may be catching a wave

Cuba on the cusp

Cuba on the cusp

By J.C. Derrick
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Cuba | U.S. overtures haven’t yet brought economic change to Cubans—or doused their spiritual fervor

Dire strait

By June Cheng
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China | Dissidents from China can find physical safety in Taiwan but often little else

You paid how much?

By Emily Belz
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Art | A handful of billionaires are driving up New York’s art market to unseen heights, but what does that mean for art?

Just-so Houston

By Marvin Olasky
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Evolution | Another natural history museum spotlights unnatural events

Southeast Asian squeeze

By Sophia Lee
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Religion | In Indonesia, Christians wrestle with their minority status amid an Islamic revival

Loving your neighbor and your gender

By Emily Belz
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Sexuality | A former pastor talks about his struggle with same-sex attraction and how the cross and the church make a difference

Overseas orphans

By Jill Nelson
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Adoption | Parents of good will often face hurdles as they complete ethical international adoptions

Blowing their tops

By Emily Belz
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Environment | As West Virginia’s coal industry declines and jobs evaporate, is detonating mountaintops good stewardship?

‘Joy like a bird’

By June Cheng
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China | An earthquake victim in China lost her legs but found Christ, a loyal husband, and the ability to inspire a nation as a dancer

Fallen and forsaken

By Mindy Belz
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ISIS | Assyrian Christians brutally executed by ISIS are largely ignored by U.S. and other Western officials

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