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Students Speak Out Against the 'Hookup Culture'
Activities like Yale's "Sex Week" have become the norm on college campuses. But students are growing tired of the "hook-up culture" and taking a stand for sexual purity.
Justice Scalia Defends Conservative Views
Four hundred years ago much of the world viewed America as a mission field, never dreaming it would one day become a nation that would send thousands of missionaries around the world.
For nearly 400 years, America's Ivy League school's have helped shape America for better or worse.
JennaLee Ryan operates an embryo bank in San Antonio. She says the "Abraham Center of Life" is the first of its kind in the world.
The father of the modern charismatic movement, Harald Bredesen, died on Friday, December 29, 2006. He was 88.
In his 90-plus years on Earth, Bernard Lewis has learned to take the long view of history. And in doing so, he has a warning for the West.
At just 27 years old, DuBois heads up the White House Office of Faith-Based Initiatives and Neighborhood Partnerships.
Mending Fences: Obama Targets 2008 Supporters