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Proving You’re Not Dead

Jeanne Pouchain knows she’s not dead. But she has to prove it in court. The 58-year-old French woman was declared dead by a court in 2017 during ...


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Public Outcry Over Operator's Rudeness Toward Drowning Victim

An Arkansas woman called 911 for help, and instead, critics say, she was treated with callous indifference. That woman later died before responders could ...


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Narnia's Susan Outgrew Her Love for that Blessed Land

Where's Susan? That's the innocent question Joshua Rogers's daughter asked as they were reading The Last Battle, the final book in The Chronicles of Narnia, ...


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A Case Study in Ruthless Ambition

For a picture of ruthless ambition, you could look no further than Richard Owen, the gifted scientist who coined the term dinosaur in 1841. Owen wrote ...


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Conscience of the Olympic Skating Judge

During the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Selena Roberts wrote in the New York Times:

About 10 yards past a security checkpoint along the path ...

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Wandering from God's House

On February 24, 2001, a one-year old Canadian girl named Erika somehow wandered out of her mother's bed and house and spent the entire night in the Edmonton ...


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Life According to Stalin

One death is a tragedy. A thousand is just a statistic.


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Church Hospitality

Singer John Charles Thomas, at age sixty-six, wrote to syndicated columnist Abigail Van Buren: "I am presently completing the second year of a three-year ...


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Frozen Spiritual Batteries

As those who live in the North know, when temperatures plunge well below zero, few cars left outside will start. The oil thickens and holds engine parts ...


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Unfit for Persecution

The greatest criticism of the Church today is that no one wants to persecute it: because there is nothing very much to persecute it about.


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