Terrorism

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African nations debate trading freedom for security

By Feumba Samen
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Africa | In response to the terrorism gripping parts of their continent, some African nations are adopting draconian anti-terror laws that are raising eyebrows in the…

Studying ISIS and ourselves

By Cal Thomas
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ISIS | The commander of American Special Operations in the Middle East, Maj. Gen. Michael K. Nagata, is reported to be seeking help in learning why the Islamic State…

Opening the door to the enemy

Opening the door to the enemy

By Darrow Miller
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Islam | Self-loathing rooted in cultural relativism blinds the West to the dangers of Islamic terrorism

Midday Roundup: Remembering a giant, deadly wave

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Somber day. Today, people in India, Thailand, Sri Lanka, and Indonesia marked the 10th anniversary of the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami that killed 226,000 people…

Kenya approves anti-terror laws over international opposition

By Moses Wasamu
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Kenya | U.S. officials have rebuked the Kenyan government over a new anti-terror law passed just before Christmas that enacts sweeping restrictions on individual…

Midday Roundup: Will internet outage sideline North Korean hackers?

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Back online. North Koreans have internet access again after an outage many suspect the United States orchestrated. White House officials remain mum about the…

Midday Roundup: All they want for Christmas is a driver’s license

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Overruled. People who entered the United States illegally are lining up for drivers licenses in Arizona today after U.S. District Judge David Campbell ruled…

Is this the end of Big Hollywood?

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Movies | The Sony hacking scandal—in which hackers (probably) in the service of North Korea shut down the release of a major motion picture—is an ominous signal…

Chocolate shop terror

Chocolate shop terror

By Daniel James Devine
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News | A standoff inside a Sydney café caps a year plagued by lone wolf attacks 

The response to growing atrocities

By Cal Thomas
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Terrorism | The attack on a cafe in Sydney, Australia, by a self-described Islamic cleric with a long police record, left two hostages dead, along with the cleric, one…

Boko Haram kidnaps another 185 women and children

By Leigh Jones
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Nigeria | The Nigerian militant group Boko Haram kidnapped another 185 women and children from a village in the country’s north earlier this week. Before driving off…

Midday Roundup: Obama nominees get last-minute love from Senate Dems

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Rubber stamps. The Senate is taking a flurry of last-minute votes on judicial and cabinet appointees before it adjourns for the year and the Republicans take…

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