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The challenge is not to overwhelm ourselves with trivial pursuits and blind leads.

Illinois Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner wants to break up an alliance that hurts states nationwide.

More authoritarianism will only lead to the same dead end.

And more hand-wringing, until action is taken.

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It would entice donors to churches and charities.

Cambodia’s longtime ruler Hun Sen has dissolved the main opposition party and jailed its leader.

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The candidate has made a career of willfully misrepresenting the ideas he claims to stand for.

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The candidate has made a career of willfully misrepresenting the ideas he claims to stand for.

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Christians have traditionally rejected the worship of money, sex and power. Do we still?

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