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New Yorkers could soon be notified when gun offenders move into their neighborhood, according to DNA Info New York . Proposed city council legislation would make a gun offender registry accessible…

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It was 1978 when a 24-year-old Indian woman found out she was pregnant. It would be more than three decades later though before the remains of the baby that was…

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‘We can’t do anything in the time we have’

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Tough stance contrasts with Sen. Rand Paul’s equivocation

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Betsy Woodruff Rick Perry has a message for Democrats over his indictment: Bring it on. In a talk at the Heritage Foundation in downtown D.C. co-hosted by National …

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Obama Golfing Again

On August 21, 2014 By

The world is exploding, as Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said last week. But President Obama is going golfing — again.  Via the pool report: Admit it. You all made small…

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Rebecca Berg In this election cycle, as he has sought re-election and hit back against some insurgent outside groups, Sen. examinerpolitics.com

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Zero Dark Shut Up

On August 21, 2014 By

Yesterday, in response to the news that jihadi savages had killed an American journalist on YouTube, the Obama administration revealed that there had been a special forces operation that attempted…

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The killing of James Foley was done, it seems, by someone who spoke with a British accent. This is disturbing, of course, but not surprising.  The first of these ritual…

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First time claims were expected to be come in at 303,000.  The actual number was 298,000.  As Shobhana Chandra of  Bloomberg  reports:

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Hundreds of thousands spent Wednesday

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‘We’ve been training black people to think racism is a bigger deal’

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Rebecca Berg Late last year, vulnerable Democratic candidates worried that deep problems with the health care law could sink their chances of keeping a majority in the Senate. Now, suddenly, …

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Vice President Joe Biden told a reporter today that the beheading of American journalist James Foley by the ISIS will not alter the approach to the terror group. An “AP…

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Thomas Joscelyn, talking about the beheading of James Foley, earlier today on the Wall Street Journal Live :

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Core Concerns

On August 20, 2014 By

As Michelle Maitre at  EdSource  reports, when people learn more about the Common Core educational standards, they like them less.  The Common Core is the latest attempt to apply universal standards…

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The WEEKLY STANDARD podcast with editor William Kristol on President Obama’s comments on the horrific killing of American journalist James Foley by Islamic terror group ISIS.

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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — In its latest personal attack on a prominent official from a rival country, North Korea on Wednesday called U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry…

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Chad Hovind, lead pastor at Horizon Community Church, in Cincinnati, Ohio, was so frustrated with “Christians who had been brainwashed into thinking that Jesus was a socialist or Marxist” that…

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CANTON, N.Y. (TheBlaze/AP) — Additional charges are planned against a northern New York couple accused of kidnapping two young Amish sisters and sexually assaulting them, a prosecutor said. St…

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Story by the Associated Press; curated by Zach Noble — CAIRO (AP) — The Palestinians appeared divided Sunday as the clock was winding down on the latest Gaza cease-fire…

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‘Not enough for him to come on national television and pretend that there’s a false moral equivalency’

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‘Congress is really tired of presidents just going in by themselves’

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THE WEEKLY STANDARD Books & Arts Podcast with Philip Terzian, on the August 18-25 Summer Reading Issue ‘s Books and Arts section.

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Following Texas governor Rick Perry’s grand jury  indictment  yesterday, even David Axelrod cast significant doubts on the merits.

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At long last we are emerging from the blind alleys down which the debate about income inequality seems to have wandered. The first such dead end was marked “fairness.”…

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ENTEBBE, Uganda (AP) — Scores of Ugandan homosexuals and their supporters are holding a gay pride parade on a beach in the lakeside town of Entebbe. The parade is their…

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TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Menachem Golan, a veteran Israeli filmmaker who produced some of the biggest action movies of the 1980s, has died in Tel Aviv. He was 85. read…

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In Uganda, one of the least gay-friendly countries in the world, the homosexual community is still stepping out, holding a pride parade Saturday. A Ugandan man with a sticker…

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OK, she doesn’t quite say “indoctrination”, but that is what it amounts to, since the Warmists will not allow differing points of view to be taught (The Hill) Environmental Protection …

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Barbie has tried a lot of careers over the years — from babysitter to doctor to astronaut — and on Thursday it seems she tackled another job, albeit in a…

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This week, with Iraq in full meltdown, Mr. Obama addresses the issues, to a small degree (White House) This week, I authorized two operations in Iraq. First, I directed our …

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Bank of America likes to top rival J.P. Morgan Chase in as many ways as possible. Except one. The $16-to-$17 billion check it is about to write…

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Taxpayer-backed bank is up for re-authorization

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‘It would be a concession that his entire conduct of the war on terror is fundamentally wrong’

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‘It makes him look weak’

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‘To be clear, Cory still has both of his original hips’

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Michael Bryant/MCT/Newscom At National Review Online , Eliana Johnson has a piece documenting many of the unanswered questions about the life and career of New Jersey senator Cory Booker…

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Betsy Woodruff Legalized pot hasn’t led to a surge in youth use in Colorado so far. examinerpolitics.com

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Zack Colman Mexico’s Congress approved changes this week to open energy development to foreign firms for the first time since 1938, opening a potential gusher of new investment from United States …

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