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Japan using gas to avoid explosion at nuclear plant.
Of stupid questions and the significance of census.
Digging deep into Teotihuacan’s mystery.
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Sixth deep into Teotihuacan’s mystery.
2009 (By Year)
Urbana 09 - an 'educational and worshipful' experience
16,000 young Christians brought in the New Year with a challenge to couple evangelism with social justice for the world's poor.
Americans embark on nationwide prayer effort
The Presidential Prayer Team has released a list of the top ten cities that are praying for President Barack Obama.
Prospects rosy for adult stem-cell treatments
The past decade spelled success in research with adult stem cells.
Iowa fights for public vote
Iowa residents are letting lawmakers know how they feel about the legalization of homosexual marriage by the state Supreme Court, and the issue is expected to be a major battleground in 2010.
Year in Review - Global Warming 2009
The heat was turned up on climate change in 2009.
James Dobson to host new radio show with son
Focus on the Family founder James Dobson says he will host a new daily radio show with his son Ryan in 2010.
Barna's year-end wrap: Relativism on the upswing
A new study offering a year-end perspective on the current state of American churches has been released, unveiling a number of interesting finds. Story contains results from Thursday's poll
Searching for Christ on the web
An Internet-based Christian ministry has celebrated a milestone.
Survey shows 'pew-versus-pulpit divide'
A new poll shows disparity between religious leaders and those in the pews on the issue of illegal immigration.
Federal funds help catch 'the bad guys'
A federal spending bill provides an increase in funding to fight trafficking of women and children.
Child trafficking and adult porn correlate
The Justice Department is cracking down on child prostitution, but a media researcher feels it's not necessarily concentrating on the source that fuels men to misuse youngsters.
Youth 'Go Into the World' at Urbana 09
More than 17,000 young people are in St Louis for a week-long Christian event.
Year in Review - Pro-Life 2009
It was an eventful year in the pro-life movement. Many Planned Parenthood clinics were closed down -- and the activities of several others were exposed via the undercover efforts of a group of young pro-lifers.
Obama's methods leave Americans unhappy
A public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government has released the findings of its new poll that shows a deep divide between the Obama administration and likely voters on a wide variety of issues.
Commandments coming to OK capitol
A Ten Commandments monument will be established at the Oklahoma State Capitol.
A tree fit for CHRIST-mas
A Tennessee businesswoman found a way to make sure a new Christmas tree would not be mistaken for a holiday tree.
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