Radicalism | As the internet fuels extremism, American Jews are increasingly becoming targets of an ancient hatred
Abortion | A court often at odds with President Donald Trump allows his abortion funding rule to take effect
Legislation | Democrats in Maine pass dozens of bills in a legislative frenzy, expanding abortion and legalizing assisted suicide.
Activism | Public libraries are enthusiastically joining the LGBTQ crusade
Books | The world’s notion of love is nothing more than a desire to rule ourselves
International Opposition candidate emerges victorious in do-over mayoral election in Istanbul
Family The state’s effort to repeal its surrogacy ban met bipartisan resistance
Arts Pride Month and the shrinking public space for dissent
Politics Children fighting in Yemen caught in political tug-of-war over U.S-Saudi relations
Books | To guide your summer getaway book selections, try this formula: E=FB²
Religion | Former cult leader and convicted murderer Jacques Robidoux says he experienced a transformation in prison, and now he wants others to avoid the crooked path he trod
Europe | Europe’s rethinking of its post-war institutions raises questions about prospects for peace and a Christian witness on the continent
Terrorism | U.S. officials never adequately confirmed the death of ISIS captive Kayla Mueller, and a post-ISIS tumult in Syria raises new questions about what happened to her
The philanthropist who brought chess to New York City’s public schools dies
Snapshots of China
Christians are a highly visible presence in Hong Kong protests
Our best efforts to fix the problem are still falling short
Ten ways in which journalism mirrors the Christian life
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Insightful interviews with popular musicians, Christian thought leaders, makers of movies and television, respected authors, and key political leaders.
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Relationships | Why do we stick with dating traditions that break our hearts?
Obituaries | Remembering a man who was always ‘present in the moment’
Religious Liberty | The U.S. Supreme Court sends a Christian bakery case back to the lower courts
Abortion | Blue state legislators pass a wave of extreme pro-abortion bills
Politics | Five guidelines before you argue
Missouri Circuit Judge Michael Stelzer will determine whether the state’s last abortion facility can stay open after Missouri health officials decl
WASHINGTON—The 9th U.S.
Federal authorities on Wednesday announced the arrest of a Syrian refugee accused of plotting to bomb a church in Pittsburgh.
Rhode Island Gov.
Law enforcement officials seized 33,000 pounds of cocaine Tuesday from a container ship at the port of Philadelphia, the largest U.S.
The city of Phoenix is facing a $10 million legal claim accusing city police officers of civil rights violations during an arrest involving an alle
Society | Critics argue that U.S. Catholic bishops are still trying to solve the sex abuse crisis behind closed doors
Television | A project for moving in the direction of healing
Sexuality | Sexuality in the gay pride age
Compassion | New study finds overdoses went up in states that legalized pot for medical uses
Compassion | Despite enormous spending on housing, homelessness rises in Los Angeles
Homelessness | Our best efforts to fix the problem are still falling short
Effective Compassion | The United States moves to stop noncitizens from receiving welfare
Compassion | The White House proposes changes to the poverty line
Compassion | Advocates push for medication therapy that has questionable success
Compassion | The controversial policy tries to alleviate the complicated situation at the U.S. southern border
Human Trafficking | Nonprofits and law enforcement get a boost from technology
Compassion | Pharmaceutical company charged in opioid crisis
Education | Abuse accusations spring up at college student health centers
Education | Test scores and career choices show interesting differences between boys and girls
The 2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee wrapped up a few minutes past midnight Friday with an unprecedented eight co-champions, after the winners sp
Education | Colleges weigh the costs and benefits of using student data in admissions
Education | Democrats call for free college, but a bachelor’s degree may not be for everyone
Education | Recent school shootings raise new questions about student safety
Actress Felicity Huffman pleaded guilty on Monday to federal charges in a sweeping college admissions cheating scheme.
Education | Florida joins other states in expanding weapons training for teachers
Education | Study shows charter schools are often more cost-effective
Two more organizations sued the federal government Tuesday to block conscience protection rules President Donald Trump announced for religious heal
Religious Liberty | Christian florist appeals to the U.S. Supreme Court—again
News analysis | China turns to Russia for food as Democrats turn to extreme rhetoric on abortion
The Vatican released a statement
An LGBT activist has filed a lawsuit against Colorado baker Jack Phillips, who last summer won a U.S.
The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) has recommen
Q&A | Further adventures of a former lesbian, feminist, and tenured professor of English and women’s studies at Syracuse
Movie | Woody and company are back with another hilarious adventure in warmhearted Toy Story 4
Music | Albums by Wynton and Branford Marsalis evocatively trace the evolution of jazz
New York | The philanthropist who brought chess to New York City’s public schools dies
Gloria Vanderbilt, an heiress to the Vanderbilt family and designer of a famous line of jeans, died Monday after suffering from advanced stomach ca
Gary Woodland earned his first major golf championship at the U.S.
Sports | Women’s soccer continues to find itself in the shadow of the men’s game
The Toronto Raptors won their first NBA title Thursday night in Oakland, Calif., defeating the Golden State Warriors 114-110 in Game 6 of the NBA F
Documentary | Film shows inspiring Christian work among refugees in Greece
Music | Deeper Roots: Where the Bluegrass Grows
Steven Curtis Chapman
Ignore what this album’s patchwork nature suggests a
UPDATE: WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump clarified Friday that he had not given final approval for a planned retaliatory military
Roy Moore, former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, announced Thursday his plans to seek the Republican nomination for his state’s seat i
WASHINGTON—A coalition of religious organizations wrote to U.S.
President Donald Trump officially launched his 2020 presidential reelection campaign at a rally Tuesday night in Orlando, Fla., where he focused on
WASHINGTON—The House Judiciary Committee is interviewing Hope Hicks, former White House communications director and a trusted confidante to Preside
WASHINGTON—The Trump administration is sending 1,000 more troops to the Middle East in response to Iran’s “hostile behavior,” acting Secretary of D
Turkey’s opposition party won in a do-over election Sunday for Istanbul’s mayoral seat, signifying a major defeat for Turkish President Recep Tayyi
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt, Britain’s former and present foreign secretaries respectively, emerged as the two finalists to replace Theresa May a
More than a thousand demonstrators dressed in black resumed protests in Hong Kong on Friday against a controversial extradition bill.
UPDATE: The commanding general of the U.S. Air Forces Central Command in southwest Asia disputed Iran’s claim that the U.S.
International | U.S. report contradicts claim that drone was in Iranian airspace
Former Interpol President Meng Hongwei confessed to accepting more than $2 million in bribes through his positions in Chinese government, according
Chinese President Xi Jinping began a two-day formal visit to North Korea Thursday, becoming the first Chinese leader to visit the country in 14 yea
There is “credible evidence” that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman may have been responsible for the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khasho
The suspected limpet mines used to sabotage two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman last week have “a striking resemblance” to Iranian mines, a U.S.
Science | Russian scientist plans more babies with altered DNA
Science | Evolutionists are having a hard time explaining beauty among God’s creatures
The Trump administration on Wednesday finalized the rollback of the Obama-era Clean Power Plan, a sweeping attempt to
Facebook unveiled plans on Tuesday for its own new bitcoin-like cryptocurrency called Libra.
Essay | Enjoying the mystery behind the beautiful ‘fireworks display on the ground’
New York eliminated an religious exemption to the state’s vaccination requirements for schoolchildren on Thursday amid the nation’s worst measles o
Michigan prosecutors dropped criminal charges against eight people in the Flint water crisis but promised to start a fresh investigation after find
Science | New research suggests gene-edited babies are at risk of dying young
Health | Health workers continue to fight the second-worst Ebola outbreak in history
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg said Sunday at the Paris Air Show that his company made a “mistake” in dealing with problems associated with 737 Max j
New York | The value of productivity-free conversations in a busy city
More than 300 Boeing 737 airliners might have parts susceptible to premature damage, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said in a
The ride-sharing company Uber posted $1 billion in losses during the first quarter of 2019, despite gaining 20 percent in revenue over last year’s
Ford announced Monday it plans to cut 7,000 white-collar jobs, about 2,300 of them in the United States, as part of a planned restructuring.
Boeing executives rejected pleas from U.S.
U.S. trade officials issued a list Tuesday of $300 billion more of Chinese goods targeted for possible tariff increases.
China on Monday announced retaliatory tariff increases on $60 billion worth of U.S. goods.