Supreme Court nominee formed lasting bonds at Harvard
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Supreme Court nominee formed lasting bonds at Harvard

    BOSTON (AP) — From his first days at Harvard, Merrick Garland’s classmates pegged him as a star. Smartest guy in the room, self-confident, easygoing and thoughtful are some of the compliments they still pay him 40 years later. For Garland, President Barack Obama’s choice to fill a vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court, … Continue reading

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Religion news in brief
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Religion news in brief

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Anglican scholar N.T. Wright says the Bible contains many overlooked truths, but it doesn’t necessarily tell believers how to vote. The retired bishop says some modern political and cultural issues don’t present a clear biblical choice. But other matters are clear, such as Jesus’ concern for the poor. Wright took … Continue reading