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ERs more crowded since Obamacare; tele-docs step up to help

By Jim Henry
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Healthcare | Reducing emergency room visits can be now be added to the list of Obamacare’s broken promises. A survey released Monday by the American College of Emergency…

Huckabee opens campaign with strong stances on marriage, abortion

By Jamie Dean
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Campaign 2016 | Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee joined the growing slate of GOP presidential candidates, announcing his run for the White House at an Arkansas event…

In Nepal, focus shifts from rescue to recovery

By Jamie Dean
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Nepal | Aid workers discover unique challenges while serving the Himalayan nation

Midday Roundup: ISIS connection unclear in Texas shooting

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Behind the scenes. The Islamic State (ISIS) has taken credit for a shooting at an anti-Islam event in Garland, Texas, on Sunday, but investigators have not…

Unruly Britannia

By Cal Thomas
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Britain | LONDON—They called it “Question Time,” borrowing the term from the prime minister’s weekly appearance in the House of Commons, but this was…

Cities offer public boarding school to teens from troubled homes

By Laura Edghill
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Education | Leaders in Buffalo’s chronically struggling school system are considering launching a publicly funded boarding school. The proposal aims to combat the…

Chinese and Russian navies join forces in the Mediterranean

By Rob Holmes
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Military | China’s Defense Ministry announced last week that the Russian and Chinese navies will carry out joint military drills for the first time in the…

Kennedy’s doctrine of dignity weighs heavily in marriage debate

By Mary Reichard
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Supreme Court | Marriage as it has always been understood had its day in court. But throughout the 2 1/2-hour oral arguments over same-sex marriage last week at the Supreme…

Globe Trot: Freed Boko Haram captives tell of abuse, starvation

By Mindy Belz
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International | NIGERIA: Some women held by Boko Haram were stoned to death as the army closed in to rescue them. The freed women said they were fed only ground, dry…

Neurosurgeon Ben Carson kicks off presidential campaign

By J.C. Derrick
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Campaign 2016 | Famed neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson officially launched his 2016 presidential campaign Monday in Detroit, vowing to “heal, inspire, and revive” the nation.

Our shrinking religious liberty

Our shrinking religious liberty

By D.C. Innes
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Religious Liberty | The alarm over our crumbling religious liberty in America, the land of liberty, is growing painfully loud. We began awakening to how dangerous the world was…

True Story is a thin, narcissistic tale

By Bob Brown
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Movies | True Story is an unsatisfying account of real-life reporter Mike Finkel’s fall from grace and bid to find redemption. The movie, based on his book by the…

 
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