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What to do with Castro’s Cuba

December 22, 2014  |  World Magazine

On New Year’s Day 1959, Fidel Castro’s revolution established a socialist state in Cuba. In 1960, the United States under President Dwight D. Eisenhower imposed a trade embargo against the island nation and President John F. Kennedy broke off diplomatic relations the… Read More

Midday Roundup: All they want for Christmas is a…

December 22, 2014  |  World Magazine

Overruled. People who entered the United States illegally are lining up for drivers licenses in Arizona today after U.S. District Judge David Campbell ruled on Thursday Gov. Jan Brewer could not legally withhold licenses from 20,000 people eligible for President Barack Obama’s… Read More

Is this the end of Big Hollywood?

December 22, 2014  |  World Magazine

The Sony hacking scandal—in which hackers (probably) in the service of North Korea shut down the release of a major motion picture—is an ominous signal about the future of cyber warfare. What it means for the movies may be a little less ominous. The Interview , a… Read More

Grief in New York over officers’ deaths

December 22, 2014  |  World Magazine

Murder of NYPD officers rends New York with more pain and upends the conversations around Eric Garner's death Read More

Not looking for a baby

December 22, 2014  |  World Magazine

In Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty , Maleficent, who has sent her henchmen over hill and dale in obsessive pursuit of a certain princess named Aurora, is disgusted to find that nearly two decades after her search order, the dimwitted minions are still looking in cradles. She… Read More

Dollars and Sense: Here comes the Santa Claus rally

December 22, 2014  |  World Magazine

Remarkable markets. Last week was a remarkable week on Wall Street. To see just how remarkable, let’s go back a couple of weeks to Dec. 5, when the Dow set a record high just short of 18,000. Then it dropped steadily, nearly 1,000 points, until this week. Now it’s recovered… Read More

Christians celebrate in India and Indonesia despite…

December 22, 2014  |  World Magazine

Christians who face persecution around the world will celebrate Christmas knowing they may be targeted for it. In India and Indonesia already this month, religious extremists attacked Christians for caroling and protested against store owners for selling and displaying Christmas… Read More

Air defense blimps put on guard along the East Coast

December 22, 2014  |  World Magazine

Starting next spring, and continuing for another three years, commuters on the Interstate 95 corridor will have to get used to seeing something new in the skies north of Baltimore: twin 250-foot blimps floating placidly at 10,000 feet, tethered to the ground like a couple of… Read More

Perseverance of the saints: A tribute to missionary…

December 20, 2014  |  World Magazine

We read sometimes of “unreached people groups” and efforts to translate the Bible into their own language. But what does it take to succeed in that enterprise? A Sept. 14, 1991, Washington Times article began, “Stuart and Cathie Showalter have chosen a lifestyle few of… Read More

Delivering good news in West Africa

December 20, 2014  |  World Magazine

The threat of Ebola and political unrest does not deter the work of Bible translators Read More

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