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‘Too many funerals’

The long, complicated battle to fund healthcare for 9/11 first responders may soon be nearing an end


When the fog lifts

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

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A new old reality

As the internet fuels extremism, American Jews are increasingly becoming targets of an ancient hatred

Jenny Lind Schmitt

Keeping a European peace

Europe’s rethinking of its post-war institutions raises questions about prospects for peace and a Christian witness on the continent

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Too dangerous to forget

Three decades after the Tiananmen Square massacre, the citizens of Hong Kong are confronting their own Communist incursion

Way too punk

One promising band from the 1990s tells its story of getting stuck in the no-man’s-land between the Christian music market and a wider market

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Extreme measures

China turns to Russia for food as Democrats turn to extreme rhetoric on abortion

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Hard exit

For deportees to Mexico, adjusting to a new life outside the United States is hard

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Free at last

The 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre finds many leaders of the protest now laboring for Christ