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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Students at Puerto Rico's largest public university vow to continue a two-month-old strike until education officials agree to several demands.
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Major sponsors are pulling out...
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The State Department this week quietly lifted the department's restriction on the number of refugees.
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The world's 1.5 billion Muslims began observing the holy fasting month of Ramadan on Saturday, blighted by conflict and bloodshed in countries ranging from Afghanistan to Libya.
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Detained in the middle of the night for tweeting.
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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will not be hosting an event for the Islamic holiday of Ramadan, breaking with a ...
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An Indiana State University professor was arrested for allegedly fabricating an assault on campus and receiving anti-Muslim email threats.
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Hillary Clinton emerged from the woods to give a commencement address at Wellesley College on Friday. Naturally, the speech was filled with left-wing applause lines targeting President Trump that showed Clinton is still bitter about losing the election in November.
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When the President stops tweeting, the media goes completely insane.
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Tragically, while Islamic terrorists want to cut our heads off, leaders in the West are burying their heads in the sand.
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Mustafa Graf appeared alongside elders at Didsbury Mosque condemning the atrocity, but was in Libya during the 2011 revolution. He's the imam of Salman Abedi's mosque.
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Memorial Day is of course when we remember those who died serving their country in our armed services. There was a time when America’s movie industry took pride in honoring American servicemen, both the living and the dead; there are a few actors and directors in Hollywood who still do. But since movies about Americans at war have largely gone in the opposite direction since Vietnam, this weekend it might be worthwhile going back to see seven movies that deal with war in an honest but not defeatist way. These works portray serving one’s country in uniform as something to be revered and respected, not dismissed or derided. The Big Parade, directed by King Vidor (1925) ...
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Mike Huckabee Leaves Fox for TBN

Submitted 2 hours ago by ActRight Community

He'll introduce us "to some not-so-famous people whose stories remind us that the greatness of our nation is about the people who love God, raise their families, and serve their neighbors."
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A MUSLIM woman left viewers bemused when she wore a burka with “love” spelled out with guns and grenades during a TV news interview. The woman was one of a group of Muslims interviewed by journalis…
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Barbara Harris is the founder of a non-profit organization called Project Prevention.
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A House exchange accidentally highlighted the wisdom in Betsy DeVos's apparent decision to refrain from anouncing a federal 'school choice' program.
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He President can share pretty much any information he wants, with whoever he wants. Here's the history behind that power
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A back channel between Jared Kushner, a White House adviser, and Moscow was proposed to discuss Syria, but never pursued, in the weeks before Donald J. Trump’s inauguration.
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Speaking at a brief news conference in the Hague, President Obama said he's more worried about a nuke being detonated in Manhattan than he is about Russia: With respect to Mr. Romney's assertion that Russia is our number one geopolitical foe, the truth of the matter is that America has a whole lot of challenges, said the president. Russia is a regional power that is threatening some of its immediate neigbors, not out of strength, but out weakness. Ukraine has been a country in which Russia had enormous influence for decades, since the breakup of the Soviet Union. And we have considerable influence on our neighbors. We generally don’t need to invade them in order to have a strong, cooperative relationship with them. The fact that Russia felt compelled to go in militarily and lay bare these violations of international law indicates less influence, not more.
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Students, staff, and faculty gathered on the 4th floor of the library building to have a community discussion on racism and anti-blackness that is occurring ...
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5-25-17: Tucker Carlson interviews Evergreen State College Professor Bret Weinstein about how a mob of students shut down his class for the most ridiculous r...
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CR's editor-in-chief reminds his friend that legal action is an option against Media Matters' coordinated attack and boycott.
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We have certainly seen a stark contrast lately between President Barack Obama and President Donald Trump.
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The tiny rural town of …
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On Thursday, Homeland Security Secretary Gen. John Kelly said the so-called laptop ban “possibly” could be expanded to other overseas airports.
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