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2014 Year in Review | Back to the future

Now 14 years into a new millennium, the year jerked us back to a past we thought we’d left behind: Beheadings, race riots, Soviet-style conflict, and runaway epidemics. In the subterranean reaches of ancient churches in Mosul, Iraq—turned suddenly and …

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Family TV not ‘family-friendly,’ PTC finds

Contemporary television series showcasing family life will likely include sex, profanity and violence that make the entertainment unsuitable for family viewing, the Parents Television Council has found. As many as 99 percent of the broadcast television shows about family that …

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Race relations better, long way to go

Race relations

Race relations in America are better than they used to be and most Americans see diversity as a good thing. But there’s still a long way to go, according to two new surveys from Nashville-based LifeWay Research. Researchers asked 1,000 …

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U.S. religious freedom post filled

WASHINGTON — The United States has a new State Department advocate for religious liberty overseas. The U.S. Senate confirmed David Saperstein as ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom in a 62-35 roll-call vote Dec. 12. Saperstein, a long-time proponent of global …

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