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Sick and Far From Home

Mormons who fell dangerously ill on their missions say the church denied them access to medical care.

The Two Questions CNN Should Ask Hillary About Her Emails

Is the Benghazi Investigation Finally Dead?

20 Years Ago, Lisa Simpson Changed the Image of TV’s Vegetarians

How to Tell When a Second-Base Slide Is Dirty


Leave Your Gun Out, Go to Jail

Carelessly stored firearms kill two children a week. That won’t change until we start prosecuting parents.


Democrats Agreed to Have Their Debate Broadcast Live in Virtual Reality

That’s a terrible idea.

A Kid Finds a Loaded Gun. Someone Gets Killed. Why Is No One Prosecuted?

Democrats Have Opened Themselves Up to a Technology That Could Produce Untold Gaffes

The Worst Terrorist Attack in Modern Turkish History Comes at a Very Dangerous Time

Doctors Order Too Many Tests Because of an Obsession With Certainty

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