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Power plant shutdown highlights the country’s fuel shortage

Federal courts limit a New York COVID-19 vaccine mandate while upholding another one in Maine

Despite the widespread scientific use of fetal cell lines linked to abortions, pro-lifers hope for alternatives

Politics has shut down scientific debate, skeptics say.

Extra funding for the IRS could also come with more oversight of bank accounts

Conservatives say the Biden administration’s effort to involve the FBI in investigating parents over school board meetings is a step too far

Will Hollywood catch the strike wave? ​| Top Story

From Kellogg's to John Deere, employees across the United States start a strike wave.

Magazine Vol. 36, No. 20
October 23, 2021 | Vol. 36 No. 20
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Mississippi and Tennessee argue over which state has the right to underground water reserves

Employers are increasingly scrutinizing religious objections to vaccine mandates

Plus: the birth of Planned Parenthood’s founder, and World War II war criminals face punishment

Portraits of true compassion and gospel transformation

A U.K. woman with Down syndrome wants to overturn an abortion law that discriminates against babies with disabilities

The Republic of San Marino votes to legalize abortion until 12 weeks of pregnancy and later in some cases