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Small Arms x 500 Million
While the U.S. government condemns the weapons programs of impoverished nations such as Iraq and North Korea, it remains a world leader in the production and sale of small arms...
Never one to miss out on market share, Mattel's Girls Division has added "Quinceañera Barbie" as their first "Hispanic-tradition" theme doll.
"Thank you for your letter expressing concern about the use of Abbott's sodium thiopental in capital punishment procedures."
Twelve Days of Christmas
26: St. Stephen's Day: Give to the poor all that you don't need.
Pram Time. Fifteen nonviolent demonstrators, including four children, occupied the Colombian consulate in Sydney, Australia, in August...
Resources: Building Supplies
The Christian Information Service in Croatia has published a small but powerful book titled RefuJesus. Author and activist Boris Peterlin meditates on Jesus in today's refugee camps.
The Challenge of Community
A year of voluntary service has become a rite of passage for thousands of socially conscious young Christians.
Fun With Facts
The Navy's Blue Angels have used 5.5 trillion gallons of kerosene-based jet fuel for training alone. New Yorkers used 2.2 billion gallons of kerosene in 1997 to stay warm.
Speaking in Tongues
The faith-based anti-globalization movement is learning some new words.
Where Your Treasure Is
Americans are looking for socially responsible corporations, but many corporations haven't yet caught on.
Yo Quiero Justicia
Would you be willing to pay a fourth of a penny more for your chalupa if it meant that farm workers could earn a living wage?
West Texas Rock
Folks in Midland, Texas, are fed up with slavery and they aren't going to take it anymore.
The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada has decided that breaking the law can be a Christian duty.
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Raising the Roof
At the Faithdome in South Central Los Angeles in May, one of the most dynamic religious movements in the world was out in full force...
Getting in the Way of Aggression
On the front lines with Christian Peacemaker Teams
Temples, Shrines, Mosques, and Churches
One of America's greatest strengths is our diversity of faith traditions. New research suggests we're getting stronger every day.
Two-Edged. In a national effort to disarm all fighting units in Sierra Leone, the U.N. destroyed nearly 10,000 firearms in a month-long amnesty period.
Turning the Tables on Hate
St. Paul-Reformation Lutheran Church turned the tables on hate-monger Fred Phelps in May when Phelps brought 10 of his followers to protest the ordination of Anita Hill, a lesbian pastor.