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    Scott Neeson gave up a rich life as a Hollywood movie executive to go live in Cambodia. There he helps poor children escape their lives as trash pickers and get an education. More

    May 30, 2008 | Comments (1)

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    May 30, 2008 | Comments

  • re_thumb_perspectives_foodaid

    Now, back to the global food crisis. Joining me today is Tony Hall, the former Ohio congressman who was also the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations humanitarian agencies in Rome.

    May 30, 2008 | Comments

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    Former congressman and ambassador Tony Hall suggests that nations haven't developed the political and spiritual will to confront the alarming global food crisis because "poor people don't vote."

    May 30, 2008 | Comments

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    May 23, 2008 | Comments

  • re_thumb_perspectives_polygamy

    In Texas, the Court of Appeals this week (May 22) said state officials were wrong and not have enough evidence to justify removing more than 400 children from the compound of a polygamous sect.

    May 23, 2008 | Comments

  • re_thumb_feature_motorcycle

    Earlier this month, in preparation for the riding season, several thousand bikers descended on Paterson, New Jersey to have their bikes blessed by a Catholic priest who is also a biker and who ministers to all those who ride.

    May 23, 2008 | Comments

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    Tom Monaghan developed a new town, complete with its own massive house of worship and university, out of farmland in southwest Florida. He’s hoping that the town, and the university, will produce more than diplomas.
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    May 23, 2008 | Comments

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    May 16, 2008 | Comments

  • re_thumb_webex_burma

    The death toll continues to rise in Burma, also known as Myanmar. As of this writing at least 32,000 people have died and that number is expected to rise significantly in the days ahead.

    May 16, 2008 | Comments