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You paid how much?

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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?

Christian agencies rebuke anti-refugee stance

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Refugees | U.S. resettlement groups respond to governors’ call to halt arrival of Syrians fleeing ISIS terror

High court to consider state abortion law case

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Abortion | In first major abortion case since 2007, justices could determine future of state regulations

Supreme challenge

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Supreme Court | Nonprofits subject to the contraceptive mandate will get their day at the high court

High court will hear nonprofit Obamacare cases

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Religious Liberty | The Supreme Court grants seven appeals from nonprofits objecting to the contraceptive and abortifacient mandate

Blowing their tops

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

Coming and going

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Movies | Brooklyn is a quiet, powerful film about the immigrant’s experience

Loving your neighbor and your gender

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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

Film gives actors with disabilities a turn in the spotlight

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Movies | “I was a stillbirth,” says A.J. Murray in a voiceover as we watch his mother struggle to pick up the now-grown man from his bed, as if he were still a…

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Spotlight

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Movies | Why publicly expose problems in a ministry that does good? Why threaten its ongoing work? These are questions I’ve heard in the course of writing about…

Battling the biological clock

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Medicine | More young people are turning to fertility treatments like in vitro fertilization, but often without considering the ethical problems, failure rates, or…

Unforgettable journey

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Movies | The Walk is a lighthearted look at a terrifying stunt

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