John Yemma

Christian Science Monitor

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Divisive elections and political debates, horrific shootings, angrily defended positions on issues like gun control are all part of the history of 2012.

A Look Back at 2012 and Community-Building in America

Divisive elections and political debates, horrific shootings, angrily defended positions on issues like gun control are all part of the history of 2012.

from To the Point

Those end-of-the-year wrap-ups are starting to show up everywhere, and they're not making for cheery reading. 2010 was a rough year for many people who continued to struggle.

Closing Out the Old Year and Ringing In the New

Those end-of-the-year wrap-ups are starting to show up everywhere, and they're not making for cheery reading. 2010 was a rough year for many people who continued to struggle.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Those end-of-the-year wrap-ups are starting to show up everywhere, and they're not making for cheery reading. 2010 was a rough year for many people who continued to struggle.

Closing Out the Old Year and Ringing In the New

Those end-of-the-year wrap-ups are starting to show up everywhere, and they're not making for cheery reading. 2010 was a rough year for many people who continued to struggle.

from To the Point

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