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Midday Roundup: Nation pays last respects to Antonin Scalia

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Last respects. Pallbearers carried the casket containing the body of Justice Antonin Scalia up the steps of the Supreme Court this morning, walking through a…

Northern Ireland votes to keep strong pro-life laws

By Bob Brown
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Abortion | Northern Ireland’s Legislative Assembly voted in the early hours of Thursday morning to maintain the country’s strong pro-life laws, despite intense…

Globe Trot: Thousands gather throughout Europe to protest migration

By Mindy Belz
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International | EUROPE: Thousands took to the streets across Europe over the weekend to protest the influx of Middle East migrants. Here’s what I don’t understand: About…

Refugee camp church, mosque destroyed to ‘restore order’

By Andrew Stebbins
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Immigration | French authorities on Feb. 1 bulldozed a church and a mosque in Calais, with the goal of restoring order in the refugee camp known as “The Jungle.” That…

Globe Trot: 90 percent of orphans have living parents

By Mindy Belz
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International | ORPHANS: Of 150 million orphans we hear about worldwide, 90 percent have a living parent, according to UNICEF—a detail that popped up at me reading the Global…

EU declares ISIS actions genocide

By Mindy Belz
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ISIS | European resolution highlights Washington’s inaction

The failure of multiculturalism

By Cal Thomas
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Islam | Just as radar warns of approaching storms, so does the flood of migrants entering Europe warn us of a deluge yet to come, not only for Europeans, if they…

Frustration mounts as Germany’s refugee crisis overwhelms resources

By Gary Bauman
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Immigration | “We can do it!” Chancellor Angela Merkel declared last summer after agreeing to keep her country’s borders open to about 1 million refugees. But Germans…

Midday Roundup: Groundhog gives hope to snow-socked states

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Get ready for spring. Today is Groundhog Day, and the wily and wise rodent on whom all hopes for an early spring rest has declared winter dead. Beady-eyed…

Globe Trot: Primary voters take foreign policy fears to the polls

By Mindy Belz
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International | UNITED STATES: It’s Iowa Caucus Day in America, a good time to reflect on the changing views of voters, who now prioritize foreign policy and national…

With Iran, it's strictly business

By Cal Thomas
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Iran | For anyone whose knowledge of history extends beyond the current season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians or the latest NFL playoff games, the four days of…

Support swells for Christian family in Norway after authorities seize children

By Sarah Padbury
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Parental Rights | When Marius and Ruth Bodnariu sent their daughters off to school one day last fall, they had no idea they would not come home. And they certainly never…

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