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Issue 1 would reform Ohio's constitution to put it in line with practices of corporations requiring 60 percent vote.
Four critical questions parents and educators should be asking
Newly-minted victims and social justice warriors rely on so-called experts to advance dangerous, subversive ideologies.
Storied Georgetown University ranked nearly dead last for free speech, joining other Jesuit institutions.
Is Nessie really just an eel?
Conflicting world-views at odds over reform of an activist Supreme Court in Israel.
Turbulence in Israel over PM Netanyahu's judicial reform exposed as a political ploy.
Despite lefists' championing candidate Bernardo Arevalo, voters in Guatemala - as in the U.S. - show lack of confidence in the system.
Nicaragua's Sandinista desperately want to eject the outspoken bishop and portray a facade of legitimacy.
Household heads' education should be considered along with poor eating habits to address obesity problem.
On July 26, Judge Noreika will hear Hunter Biden's plea deal to escape prison time. Will she follow precedent?
If Dr. Geerst Vanden Bossche is right, public rage may ensue against government virus mandates.