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Keeping the Faith

Keeping the Faith

The more religiously committed parents are, the more they want their children to grow up believing and practicing the family’s religion. This is especially true of parents who are religiously traditionalist or conservative. The desire to pass on the faith to offspring in a world

Sun Belt states gain, Rust Belt states lose congressional representation as the 2020 census shifts power

Sun Belt states gain, Rust Belt states lose congressional representation as the 2020 census shifts power

States in the Sun Belt and West are expected to gain seats in the House of Representatives after the 2020 census, while states in the Upper Midwest and Rust Belt are poised to lose congressional representation, according to long-awaited US Census Bureau apportionment data unveiled

Neighbors in turmoil

Neighbors in turmoil

Fatigue and frustration are apparent in 57-year-old Pastor Darryl Spence’s voice: “It’s scary being black.” God redeemed Spence years ago out of a brutal drug culture, a prison cell, and alcoholism. Today, he works with police and even hosts barbecues in his St. Paul, Minn.,