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Blurry Glasses Are A Solution To An Age-Old Conflict

Conservative men from many religions demand that women dress modestly so the men can avoid feeling tempted. Some ultra-Orthodox Jewish men in Israel are selling special glasses that blur men's vision so they can't see women clearly.
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Candlelight Vigil Held In D.C. For Victims Of Wisconsin Shooting

Members of the Sikh faith and other supporters turned out in number in front of the White House on Wednesday night to remember the victims of the tragic shooting in Wisconsin on Sunday.

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Cue The Tape: How David Barton Sees The World

David Barton is not a historian. But his version of American history is wildly popular with churches, schools and the GOP. Watch video examples of Barton's messages and see how they compare with the Constitution, historical text and the Bible.
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The Most Influential Evangelist You've Never Heard Of

Texas evangelist David Barton is not a historian, but his Christian-nation view of American history is wildly popular with conservative churches, universities and the GOP. His supporters call him a hero; his detractors say he's a danger.
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For Sikhs, 'Anger Is Not Just Futile, It's A Sin'

Sunday's mass shooting in Wisconsin has put a spotlight on the religion. While heartbroken by their losses, those directly affected by Sunday's attack appear to be remaining true to their faith.
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Targeted Sikhs Wary Of Saying 'We Are Not Muslims'

Since the shooting at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wis., on Sunday, there's been much discussion in the Sikh community as to how to better educate the public about their culture and religion. Audie Cornish speaks with Amardeep Singh, a professor of English at Lehigh University and a Sikh himself, about how much that would help in preventing the kind of violence in Wisconsin.

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