Finding my voice

Language | Confessions of a foreign-born journalist
by Sophia Lee
Posted 2/05/18, 01:53 pm

I have a confession to make: As a print journalist, I prefer to hide behind written words. I like to sit behind a laptop and stick words on page, so that readers can read those words in their own minds with their own voices—not mine.

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Illustration by Krieg Barrie

A tale of two feminists

Culture | Anita Sarkeesian and Laci Green may seem similar, but interaction with cultural opponents has led them in very different directions
by David Green Ahmanson
Posted 1/13/18, 07:51 pm

Editor’s note: Allies often share a common worldview, but Francis Schaeffer wrote of the need for Christians to gain “co-belligerents,” people of different worldviews who will battle alongside us against totalitarian forces. This article will introduce WORLD readers to a world, unfamiliar to many, that contains adversaries but also co-belligerents.

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Associated Press/Photo by Alex Brandon

Bannon exits Breitbart amid spat with White House

by Evan Wilt
Posted 1/09/18, 05:27 pm

WASHINGTON—Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon left Breitbart News on Tuesday amid ongoing tension with the Trump administration. “I’m proud of what the Breitbart team has accomplished in so short a period of time in building out a world-class news platform,” Bannon, the former executive chairman, said in a brief statement.

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