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Keystone XL wins House approval, heads to the Senate

By Leigh Jones
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Government | The long debated, much studied Keystone XL pipeline may be the biggest beneficiary of the protracted battle for the Louisiana Senate seat. This afternoon, the…

Appeals court stops atheist effort to nix clergy tax break

Appeals court stops atheist effort to nix clergy tax break

By Lynde Langdon
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Courts | An appeals court Thursday tossed out an anti-religion group’s lawsuit challenging a tax exemption for clergy. The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled…

Long land battle

By Angela Lu
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Environment | Environmentalists and an aggressive federal government are trying to remove ranchers from federal lands they have used for generations

Taking a stand

Taking a stand

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Religious Liberty | If it comes to breaking civil law, American Christians will have company

Who are you calling ‘stupid’?

By Cal Thomas
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Healthcare | “Stupid is as stupid does” — Forrest Gump Unless you regularly follow conservative media, you may not have heard what one of the architects of the…

‘Net neutrality’ or government meddling?

By Daniel James Devine
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Technology | Conservatives say the free market can best determine internet speed and access

Strength through marriage

By Cal Thomas
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Marriage | NEW YORK—At a dinner sponsored by the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation last Thursday (I am an unpaid national advisory board member), there was a…

Obama to send 1,500 more troops to Iraq

By Lynde Langdon
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ISIS | President Barack Obama today announced he has authorized enough additional troops to nearly double the size of the U.S. force in Iraq. The president wants to…

Supreme Court to hear major healthcare case

By Emily Belz
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Supreme Court | At issue are the subsidies that many rely on to purchase health insurance through Obamacare

Midday Roundup: Obama’s top pick for attorney general named

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | On deck. President Barack Obama has selected federal prosecutor Loretta Lynch to serve as the next attorney general but won’t make the…

For-profit colleges must prove grads can get good jobs

By Emily Scheie
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Higher Education | New regulations issued by the U.S. Department of Education might put many for-profit colleges at risk of losing federal student aid. Some say the regulations…

Oklahoma pro-life laws on hold pending court challenges

By Courtney Crandell
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Abortion | Oklahoma’s Supreme Court blocked two pro-life laws Tuesday while lawsuits challenging their constitutionality make their way through lower courts. 

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