Vol. 33, No. 13
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Bloody Honduras

Immigration | As murderous gangs rule the streets, despair causes many people to head north to the United States

La frontera: La verdad y las mentiras

Immigration | At the Mexico-Texas frontier, truth and lies

‘Exercise increased caution’

Travel | Summer travel abroad now comes with stepped-up travel alerts and complex risks, but worthwhile pleasures

Between Anywhere and Somewhere

Politics | An afternoon with U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse

An ugly Roe?

Supreme Court | A tense confirmation fight to replace Justice Kennedy seems certain

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Paid family leave, and nursing home recitals

Laura Finch explains new legislation that would require companies to provide paid family leave, Sarah Schweinsberg reports on the economic success of African-American men, and Kim Henderson reports on a typical recital in a not-so-typical place.

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Insightful interviews with popular musicians, Christian thought leaders, makers of movies and television, respected authors, and key political leaders.

A conversation with Bruce Ashford

This week, Warren Smith talks with Bruce Ashford, the provost at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Ashford recently wrote a book called Letters to An American Christian, in which he offers advice to a hypothetical college student.

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WORLD Around the World

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