Lynn Vincent

Lynn is a senior writer for WORLD Magazine and the best-selling author of 10 non-fiction books.

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House rules

| Soaring foreclosure rates are devastating some communities and raising questions about how much imprudent lenders and borrowers should lose, how much taxpayers should pay, and what churches can do to help
by Lynn Vincent
Posted 4/05/08, 12:00 am

For many Americans, talk of a foreclosure crisis smacks of hyperbole. While national foreclosure filings have climbed from about 70,000 per month in 2005 to between 200,000 and 250,000 per month now, such numbers represent only a small fraction of the country's total homeowners.

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A homeschooling family in Queen Creek, Ariz.

California homeschoolers safe ... for now

Education | The state's 2nd District Court of Appeals has approved a petition for a rehearing of last month's controversial decision against homeschooling
by Lynn Vincent
Posted 3/27/08, 12:00 am

A month after ruling homeschooling illegal in California, the 2nd District Court of Appeals has approved a petition for a rehearing, an action that effectively vacates the previous decision that sparked national outrage.

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Military | Imprisoned just after Easter 1989 by Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega, Kurt Muse found belief-and renewed life-on the night of his execution.
by Lynn Vincent
Posted 3/22/08, 12:00 am

The granite-faced interrogator burst into the room flanked by a pair of enforcers. Smirking, the interrogator held a piece of paper in his hand.

"How long did you think you could keep your secret, Mr. Muse?" he asked in Spanish.

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