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Net neutrality became the latest victim of President Trump’s revamping of Washington, creating an online environment some critics fear will allow internet companies to decide what users can look at on the World Wide Web, and how fast it gets to them. more
Once the turkey is packed in the refrigerator and Uncle Bob is passed out on the couch, it’s time for one last holiday tradition — Black Friday. more
Seven score and 14 years ago this week, Abraham Lincoln delivered what is probably one of the most famous speeches ever spoken by a world leader — the Gettysburg Address. more
There are few better places to find solace these days than our homes, and for those of faith, our places of worship. more
Every 20 years, New York is one of 14 states that automatically asks voters whether or not it should convene a constitutional convention. more
All Hallow’s Eve approaches, with its jack-o-lanterns, imaginative costumes and inevitable sugar highs. more
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Even the most stoic of us can bristle under criticism, but we shouldn’t be ashamed of that — it’s simply human. more
The collapse of the World Trade Center Towers on Sept. 11, 2001, ripped away the lives of not just the more than 2,750 people who died that day, but also 343 firefighters and 71 police officers. more
So much time has been spent on the debate over whether football players are disrespecting the flag and the national anthem by not standing, that we’ve virtually ignored a level of disrespect hitting us much closer to home. more
Just like the horror movie where the scary monster just won’t die no matter how many times you stab and electrocute it, Republican efforts to simply repeal the Affordable Care Act in the U.S. Senate somehow find a way back to the world of the living. more
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