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Democrats Are Stuck With Joe Biden as Their Presidential Nominee

President Joe Biden is currently losing the 2024 presidential race to former President Donald Trump. If the election were held tomorrow, Trump...

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Josh Hammer

Brazil's Climate Change Catastrophe

The recent devastating floods in Brazil's south have brought to light a complex web of factors that have contributed to the disaster. Almost every...

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Raphael Tsavkko Garcia

The Arab League's Perpetual Dilemma

Founded in 1945, the Arab League has always aimed for pan-national aspirations, regional coordination, and peace. However, crisis after crisis has...

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Ryan Bohl

Why Is Labour Way Ahead in Britain? The Democrats May Want to Inquire

Almost all Britains agree that the Conservatives will be crushed in the vote set for July 4.

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Dan Perry

The Sun Belt Boom Is Over

Last week a "derecho" battered metropolitan Houston, causing fatalities and billions of dollars of damage, putting even more pressure on the...

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David Faris

International Court of Injustice Gets It Wrong Again

This morning the International Court of Justice released a new interim ruling at the behest of South Africa, urging Israel to please stop defending...

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Mark Goldfeder

GOP Congressman: Here's How the U.S. Should Counter China

Under President Donald Trump, the America First agenda maintained peace through strength. Rather than putting America First, the Biden...

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Kevin Hern

Easier Access to Pot May Revolutionize Health Care for Seniors

Almost 80,000 Americans will turn 65 this week. That's not just a lot—it's record breaking. Over the next four years, more people in the United...

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Howard Kessler

Leftist Hypocrisy on Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Samuel Alito, and Judicial Ethics

Get your daily dose of politics, law, and culture with Josh Hammer Premium by subscribing to Newsweek today. As Newsweek's Senior Editor-at-Large,...

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Josh Hammer

Ted Cruz and Katie Britt's IVF Bill Misses the Mark

Senators Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) and Katie Britt (R-Ala.) introduced the IVF Protection Act on Monday. The bill amends the Social Security Act by...

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Emma Waters

Want to Divest From Israel? Better Get Rid of Your iPhone

In the months since the Hamas pogrom of Oct. 7, Israel's exercise of its legitimate right of self-defense has resulted in a campaign of...

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William Daroff

Gaza, Human Shields, and the Problem of a Bomb-First Strategy

As the horrors in Gaza motivate protests and spark bitter political debates, Israel's Likud-led war coalition has justified its current strategy...

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John Davenport

Money Spent on HBCU's Pays Enormous Social (and Financial) Dividends

No presidential administration in history has given so much so quickly to historically black colleges and universities, and certainly not with such...

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Tony Allen And Glenda Glover

RFK Jr.: Liberate the Debate

The U.S. Constitution does not mention political parties. One might easily forget that, at a time when the Democratic and Republican parties so...

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr

The U.S. and the ICC Have a Love-Hate Relationship

Washington, D.C., is a town divided, with major pieces of legislation stalled, collegiality between Republicans and Democrats virtually...

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Daniel R. Depetris

The Path to a Democratic Majority Rests In the Hands of AAPI Voters

As we look ahead to the 2024 general election, one undeniable truth emerges: In nearly every contested congressional seat, you can bet that the...

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Dave Min

Could AI One Day Be a Whistleblower?

Of all the jobs that have been on the radar for ruin at the hands of artificial intelligence (AI)—Truck driver? Personal assistant? Flight...

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Max Voldman And Hallie Noecker

Wall Street, Led by BlackRock, Is Funding Blacklisted Chinese Companies

For the last several years, the annual threat assessment report by the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) has listed China as our scariest...

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Kenneth Rapoza

Step Aside, GDP. It's Time for LIF (Lifestyle Improvement Factor)

Should Americans' perception of the economy today be good, bad, or somewhere in between? While each side of our partisan divide claims to know the...

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Robert S. Rogers And Tom Rogers

Even if You Think DEI Isn't Good for You, It Is

What do sidewalks have to do with the feeling that you belong? The Curb-Cut Effect is a phenomenon in which a small change intended to help one...

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Calla Devlin

End the War on Pregnancy Resource Centers

Imagine having such an absolutist position on abortion that you feel it is your duty to attack community organizations that offer women free...

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Chuck Donovan

A Community-Led Clean Energy Revolution Is Taking Hold

Walk through the mountain town of Adjuntas, Puerto Rico, and you'll find arrays of solar panels atop most homes and commercial businesses. These...

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Laura Arroyo And Favianna Rodriguez

The Best Tax Break You'll Ever Take. Thanks, Alabama!

My wife and I are thinking of adopting a frozen embryo. This was unexpected news to our two existing children, particularly the younger one who...

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Ron Berler

Drugs Are Making Our Nation's Mental Health Crisis Worse

America is facing dual crises: a drug crisis and a mental health crisis. Both contribute to and worsen the other. During Mental Health Awareness...

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Kevin Sabet

A False Prophet Makes an Appearance at the Capitol

Congressional leaders recently unveiled a new statue of Billy Graham in the U.S. Capitol's Statuary Hall in a ceremony attended by his son Franklin...

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The Rev. Nathan Empsall

Farewell to a Brutal Leader of Iran's Brutal Regime

As I write these words, videos of fireworks flash across my screen of exultant Iranians celebrating the death Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi....

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Sarah Stern

Western Institutions Fail the Ebrahim Raisi Death Test

Get your daily dose of politics, law, and culture with Josh Hammer Premium by subscribing to Newsweek today. As Newsweek's Senior Editor-at-Large,...

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Josh Hammer

The ICC Sets a Dangerous Precedent for Democratic Nations

Yesterday, the International Criminal Court (ICC) took an unprecedented, reckless, and morally skewed action. The chief prosecutor has announced...

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Dan Illouz

Legacy Admissions—Classist and Classless

New York is currently considering canceling affirmative action for rich, white people, also known as "legacy admissions." If the bill passes, New...

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Ross Rosenfeld

False Flag: Alito Incident Shows Need for Enforceable Court Ethics Code

The news that in 2021 Justice Samuel Alito's wife joined radical Trump supporters in flying the United States flag upside down should remind us...

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Thomas G. Moukawsher 

Turning the Tide—How Latinos Hold the Solution to Marine Plastic Pollution

The ocean, vast and seemingly infinite, has been humanity's dumping ground for plastic waste. With 171 trillion pieces of plastic amounting to 1...

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Sofia Barboza

Fewer Polls, Less Policy and More Common Sense Needed in the Middle East

Residents have returned to Sderot, and yet rockets continue to terrorize the traumatized Israeli town that sits less than a mile from the Gaza...

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Felice Friedson

Democrats Should Let MTG Be the Republicans' Problem

Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene's nasty remark about a fellow congresswoman's appearance was characteristically stupid. But the Georgia...

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Froma Harrop

Louisiana's Attempt to Display the 10 Commandments in Classrooms Is Illegal

Louisiana is on the verge of becoming the first state in the union to mandate the display of the Ten Commandments in every school that receives...

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Jeff Charles

Why We're Divesting From Companies Profiting off the War Against Gaza

As president of Union Theological Seminary, a 187-year-old graduate school in New York City, I know that leading an institution of higher education...

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Serene Jones 

Louisiana Challenges the Lie of So-Called 'Separation of Church and State'

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Josh Hammer

To Avoid Danger, U.S. Must Lead on Crypto and Blockchain

"Those who came before us made certain that this country rode the first waves of the industrial revolution, the first waves of modern invention,...

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Tim Ryan

Wall Street Banks Fund the Destruction of Our Indigenous Land

Indigenous communities inhabit one of the most intact and biodiverse areas on the planet in the Northern Peruvian Amazon, which is crucial for...

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Olivia Bisa Tirko

Stop Excluding Jews From California Juries

The Jewish community of California has received ample attention of late regarding the death penalty in California. Most prominently, revelations...

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Cantor Michael Zoosman And Abe Bonowitz

Will Iran Sabotage South Caucasus Peace Through the Armenian Church?

Armenia is facing a showdown between its church and state, and Iran and Russia are siding with the church. Hundreds of angry villagers, led by an...

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Joseph Epstein

Ukraine May Soon Have to Sue for Peace

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's term runs out today, May 20. While the war with Russia has enabled a quiet extension, it is a fitting...

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Dan Perry

Sudan's Agony Continues Unabated While World Watches

The brutal civil war which broke out in Khartoum in April 2023 between two leading generals of the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the paramilitary...

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Mohamed El-Bendary

I Will Shed No Tears for Ebrahim Raisi, the Butcher of Tehran

On May 19, the president of Iran was killed when his helicopter crashed in a mountainous region of his country. As a woman born in Iran, I feel not...

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Sheila Nazarian

Embracing Aviation-Style Safety and Training Measures in Health Care

When disaster strikes in the skies, the world takes notice. The recent incident of a door panel detaching mid-flight garnered widespread attention,...

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Tim Bristol

Ukraine Aid Packages Leave Many Unanswered Questions

It didn't even last a month. In late April, Congress waved Ukraine's colors once again while appropriating another $60 billion for the Ukraine war....

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Kevin Roberts

Political Debates Are Exacerbating the Mental Health Crisis Among LGBTQ

It's no longer breaking news that the LGBTQ community suffers from higher rates of suicide than non-LGBTQ folks. What we're talking about is a...

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Ronita Nath

The White House's Title IX Bait-and-Switch

Earlier this month, President Joe Biden, in a post on X, called on the nation to "support women's sports." This tone-deaf post comes on the heels...

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Rachel N. Morrison

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