Lunchtime Links: March 4, 2010

The murder of San Diego teenager Chelsea King has sparked national outrage and questions over how the justice system punishes sex offenders.

Aid and increased security were flowing Wednesday into hard-hit areas of Chile, but some residents complained that they still had not received food or water since Saturday’s massive earthquake killed more than 800 people.

Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts declined a last-ditch request by opponents of gay marriage to halt ceremonies in the District of Columbia. Same-sex couples are in the nation’s capital are now able to marry based on legislation passed in December.

Recent survey data released by LifeWay Research confirms what many regular churchgoers probably already knew: Finding young adults coming to church on a regular basis is a challenge.

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning had surgery to relieve a pinched nerve. The procedure is not expected to impact his preparations for the 2010 season.

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