• By Nathan Feldman
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At least 60 Palestinians were killed by Israeli fire Monday and more than 2,700 injured during protests that coincided with the opening of the new U.S. embassy in Jerusalem — the deadliest day in Gaza since 2014. This is on top of at least 40 Palestinians already killed and 7,900 injured since March 30, when 45 days of protest began leading up to today: Nakba Day, which commemorates the day in 1948 — 70 years ago — when 750,000 Palestinians were forcefully displaced from their homes and made refugees practically overnight with the creation of the state of Israel.

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  • By Virginia Heffernan
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In German, all nouns — proper and common — are capitalized. In English, only proper nouns get that honor. But President Trump, who’s known for turbulent diction and orthography, makes especially erratic choices when it comes to capitalization.

  • By Washington Times
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Donald Trump diplomacy, which so offends delicate sensibilities in the United States and in the ministries of the West, nevertheless continues to pay rewards. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo comes home from North Korea on Thursday with three political prisoners released as a propaganda sweete…

  • By Izzy Carrig
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Looking back on all my years at St. Mary’s School reminds me of the many memories that have taken place here, with multiple friendships I could never forget. St. Mary’s has taught me many things that I will cherish and use for years to come. My classmates have such kind hearts, and having to…

  • By Ben Shapiro
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As President Trump announced to the world that he would finally put a stake through the heart of the Iran deal -- the signal foreign policy "achievement" of the Obama administration -- Obama's former staffers lamented, rending their sackcloth and smearing their ashes.

  • By Chicago Tribune
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Our favorite four-letter word, the one we shout regularly to the rooftops, is J-O-B-S, because employment growth creates prosperity and security for more Americans. The good news on this front deserves a shoutout: Nine years into an economic recovery and 15 months into the Trump administrati…

On May 12, President Donald Trump has to decide whether to waive a set of economic sanctions against Iran and continue U.S. adherence to the international agreement that has placed significant limits on Iran’s nuclear program.

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  • By Keith Burgeson
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Rose Acre Farms, the self-described second-largest egg producer in the United States, recently recalled more than 206 million eggs that were distributed in nine states — Colorado, Florida, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia — because they may have been contaminated with harmful salmonella bacteria. As of this writing, the eggs — which came from an egg farm in Hyde County, North Carolina — have been linked to at least 22 salmonella infections.

  • By R. Emmett Tyrrell
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Has it been noted that the country's political disagreements are becoming increasingly violent? About 15 years ago, the "angry left" appeared on the scene, and its indignant members got a lot of attention from the media. The enormous volume of press attention signaled the media's manifest approval, if sotto voce.

  • By Elizabeth Rosenberg and Neil Bhatiya
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The administration of President Donald Trump may or may not be right in thinking that its “maximum pressure” campaign has brought North Korea to the bargaining table. What’s certain is that there remain cracks in that campaign. To sustain pressure on the Pyongyang regime and give the U.S. le…

  • By Steve Nass
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I fully support Leah Vukmir to be the next U.S. senator from Wisconsin. Leah is a proven, tenacious leader in the state Senate, who has never shied away from standing up to party leaders to fight for her conservative principles.

  • By Peter Roff
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House Speaker Paul Ryan didn’t quite yell “abandon ship” Wednesday when he announced he would not be seeking re-election, but he came close. His departure, which won’t come until January of next year, is too little, too late to save the Republican majority in the U.S. House of Representatives.