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Lots of explosions but not much heart makes this a film that will please most but might leave fans disappointed.
Noah Baumbach's best film yet is an elegant pairing of serious and funny, as its name implies.
(UPDATED) The reason? Victims took too long to sue.
New Pew report examines religious differences between legal and unauthorized immigrants.
New info on Kermit Gosnell, Singapore megachurch, German homeschoolers, and baby name trends.
Or will those born in the 1980s follow the evangelical rebound of Generation X?
New State of the Plate report finds surprising generosity—and financial health—among top tithers.
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