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Commentary: #MeToo Campaign Means Nothing if It’s Temporary

Some people have criticized the growing trend of #MeToo, a social media phenomenon of women breaking their silence about sexual assault and harassment, as another example of “slacktivism” or “armchair activism” that will equal little change. But this effort is different from, say, — because this time it is personal….

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Two NASCAR Drivers Will Reach Career Milestones on Sunday at Kansas

Kasey Kahne and Matt DiBenedetto aren’t in the playoffs competing for a championship, but the two drivers can still celebrate career milestones this weekend at Kansas Speedway. Kahne will be making the 500th Cup Series start of his career, and the 37-year-old’s career began in 2004. DiBenedetto is making his…

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Representative Frederica Wilson Strikes Back at John Kelly: ‘Lying,’ ‘Racist’

Rep. Frederica Wilson on Friday accused White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly of lying about her and using a “racist term” when he publicly admonished her for politicizing the president’s condolence call to a Special Forces’ widow. Mr. Kelly, a retired Marine general whose son was killed in…

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Laura Ingraham Calls Bush Speech a ‘Slap in the Face’ to Populist Movement

Laura Ingraham was credited on Thursday night by both presidential aide Stephen Miller and Steve Bannon, President Donald Trump’s former White House strategist, for helping to guide the national populist movement that rallied around Trump. Bannon and Miller made their remarks at the “Breitbart embassy,” the old Washington townhouse on…

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Trump’s EPA Chief Charts a New Course: An Interview With Scott Pruitt

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt spoke to me earlier this week at The Heritage Foundation’s annual President’s Club meeting in Washington. We discussed his leadership of the EPA, the agency’s top priorities, and what Pruitt considers true environmentalism. An edited transcript of our interview, along with the full video,…

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Breast Cancer Death Rates Fell 40 Percent Since 1989

ANALYSIS/OPINION: The American Cancer Society reported earlier this month that breast cancer death rates declined almost 40 percent between 1989 and 2015 – averting an estimated 322,600 deaths. The reduction is attributed to screening and early detection by self-exams, mammography and improvements in treatments over the recent decades. And while…

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