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Judge: NYPD terror surveillance program didn’t unfairly target Muslims

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Terrorism | NEW YORK—A federal judge in New Jersey on Thursday tossed out a lawsuit that claimed the New York Police Department discriminated against Muslims by…

Winter's Tale

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Movies | I’ll let Winter’s Tale (rated PG-13 for one sex scene and violent elements) speak for itself. Here is some of the dialogue: “We rise up into the sky…

Heat seekers

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Weather | Record-setting snow on the East Coast wearies residents and their budgets

New York suddenly safer for unborn babies

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Abortion | NEW YORK—The New York City abortion rate, one of the highest in the country, dropped significantly between 2011 and 2012, according to newly released data…

Buying sex at the Super Bowl

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Human Trafficking | America’s biggest game sees a ‘modest uptick’ in the always serious problem of human trafficking

No headstone of his own

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Homelessness | What happens to a homeless person when he dies on the street?

Felonious intent or conservative target?

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Politics | Piecing through the strange details of the Dinesh D’Souza indictment and whether the charges were politically motivated

Supreme Court exempts Little Sisters of the Poor from contraceptive mandate

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Supreme Court | On Friday afternoon, the U.S. Supreme Court handed a victory to Little Sisters of the Poor, a Catholic organization seeking exemption from the federal…

Unintentionally pro-life

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Abortion | Gimme Shelter ’s actors and director talk about the film’s portrayal of abortion

No place in New York for pro-lifers?

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Abortion | After Gov. Andrew Cuomo says they're not welcome, pro-lifers double down efforts to fight his statewide abortion expansion bill

NYC pregnancy centers win free speech appeal

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Free Speech | NEW YORK—The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals earlier today tossed out key parts of New York City’s law requiring pregnancy centers to post signs saying…

Less buffer more free speech

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Supreme Court | After arguments Wednesday, the Supreme Court seems set to roll back buffer zones around abortion centers

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