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Beijing bustle

By June Cheng
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China | A crazy, three-hour commute across one of the world’s largest cities

Servant of refugees

By Mindy Belz
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Middle East | An exile of Saddam Hussein’s regime, Insaf Safou returns to the Middle East to help the ones fleeing ISIS

The Son of God and the ‘sons of the land’

By Sophia Lee
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Southeast Asia | Ethnic Malays make up a largely unreached people group—in a nation with megachurches and missionaries. Some Christians are now undertaking the dangerous…

Conservatives vs. Trump

By J.C. Derrick
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Campaign 2016 | Many voters see Donald Trump’s candidacy as a challenge to the GOP establishment, but it is conservative activists—and largely not establishment…

Amicus politics

By Emily Belz
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Supreme Court | The Texas abortion case illustrates how left-leaning medical associations influence the nation’s highest courts

Silenzio on the set

By Emily Belz
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Movies | The battle to make a film is even harder when the budget is small and the story—like that of The Young Messiah —is treading biblical ground

Priest on a mission

By Mindy Belz
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Iraq | Under threat from ISIS, Najeeb Michael creates safe havens in Iraq for both ancient tomes and ‘live leather’

Trumping Liberty

By J.C. Derrick
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Campaign 2016 | Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. has embarked on a mission to elect Donald Trump. How will a polarizing political endorsement affect a top…

Knights preparing to joust

By Marvin Olasky
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Cities | The poorest city in the United States has built a rich tradition of excellence in chess

The big gamble

By Jamie Dean
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Cities | Donald Trump bills his business savvy as a top qualification in his bid for the White House. But his legacy in Atlantic City—including those left…

Welfare, yes; work optional

By Emily Belz
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Welfare | Changes in New York since Mayor Bloomberg’s departure show local bureaucracies can make or break welfare reform

Winter of discontent

By Jamie Dean
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Campaign 2016 | GOP candidates have gained steam by tapping into voter angst—but may be missing an opportunity to explain why conservatism works for everyone

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