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Sole surviving hostage prayed for captors
Draw your own conclusion.
What The Wizard of Oz can teach us about bullying
The underlying message of this iconic film is how to grow out of childhood fears
You there, make sure you go home on time today
| 30 November 2011 |
And make doubly sure that your home life is not "polluted" by your addiction to work.
Poverty and family structure: new data
Although the recession and factors such as the age of parents or their children have a bearing on poverty, the outstanding indicator is family structure. A report from Child Trends.
A weighty problem
It has already happened a few times already and now 8-year-old American boy has been taken from his family and placed in foster care because his mother cannot control his weight.
Collin Raye, voice for the voiceless
Health care practice has already posed threats to the disabled and cognitively impaired. Now, healthcare law is putting the lives of the most vulnerable people at risk. Who's speaking out for 'the least of these'?
How do religious belief and practice affect Europeans’ happiness?
Europe is often described as a godless wasteland. That's not what the statistics show.
Is American higher education cheating students?
There are many surprises in a survey of what students actually learn at college. Some leading institutions get Ds.
The Adventures of Tintin
The famous Belgian comic strip characters are brought to life by the wizardry of Steven Spielberg.
Are we sleepwalking through the great infanticide?
| 29 November 2011 |
Staff from a horrific abortion clinic have pleaded guilty to murder. What about the rest of the industry?
Thanksgiving is not over
In other words, stay grateful. It’s good for you.
Praying the Mass with new words
And hearing it with new ears. That’s what happened over the weekend in the Roman Catholic Church.
New Zealand elected its 50th Parliament on Saturday night.
Naming baby in the age of Google
Besides the quest for novelty (which can go to truly bizarre lengths) there is now a new set of considerations in choosing a name for baby.
The Brutality of “Population Control”
A terribly sad story from China.
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