Tuesday Jul 1
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Measles outbreak complicates 2 big Amish events
In this June 25, 2014 photo, Richland Public Health nurse Renee Blankenship gives Daniel Martin, an Amish man from Holmes County his Measles, Mumps, & Rubella vaccination while he talks with nurses Sue McFarren, left, and Denise Close, right, at a clinic in Shiloh, Ohio.
Tuesday Jul 1
A Canada Day reading list
This Canada Day, we thought this would be an excellent opportunity to look back on some historical and fundamental books from the Canadian literary corpus.
Court lets firms opt out of birth control
In a major test of the reach of the Affordable Care Act, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that closely held businesses with religious objections are permitted to opt out of a federal requirement to provide employees insurance coverage for birth control.
The Winnipeg Free Press
An oasis of peace
Mennonite Central Committee service workers Doug and Corinna Clymer Olson meet with members of the Maasai Integrated Development Initiative board: Dennis, Agnes, Moses and Stephen in Ngong outside Nairobi.
Pa. company at center of Supreme Court case on contraceptive coverage
A Pennsylvania cabinetmaker is at the center of a major U.S. Supreme Court case expected to be decided in the coming days.
'All My Puny Sorrows', by Miriam Toews
Suicide humour is a niche skill: the writer needs bravery and an acquaintance with the act that means the gags aren't ghoulish, but empathetic.
'New life for our children'
A horse and buggy stand outside a new school being built at an Old Order Mennonite community which had dozens of its children apprehended last year due to allegations of abuse.