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Aging New York nuclear plant to close by 2021

The aging Indian Point nuclear power plant just north of New York City will close within about four years under a deal with Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who has long argued it should be shuttered to protect the millions of people living nearby. Under the arrangement plant owner Entergy Corp. will shut both reactors at the

More Terror, More Denial

Cal Thomas, Recent terrorist attacks in Ankara, Turkey, and Berlin, Germany, add to a growing list of incidents that are becoming increasingly difficult to remember. Does one begin the list with the plane hijackings in the ’60s and ’70s, or the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993, or the USS Cole attack in 2000,

Remembering 9/11: The Threat of Jihad Remains

Brigitte Gabriel,  So much has changed since September 11th 2001, yet unfortunately certain truths have remained all too persistent. The threats we face today are tied to the same sword of radical Islam that pierced us so deeply 15 years ago. Now more than ever, we as Americans must stop to reflect on such devastation,

Kristol’s Betrayal Gets Serious

David Horowitz, Breitbart. Over the Memorial Day Weekend, Bill Kristol doubled down on his betrayal of this country with a pair of tweets: “Just a heads up over this holiday weekend: There will be an independent candidate–an impressive one, with a strong team and a real chance.” “Those accused of betraying GOP by opposing Trump can

Trump and Ryan as Avatars of Gingrich and Kemp

Albert R. Hunt, Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan will eventually patch together a rapprochement. It won’t be real, but not because of their well-established substantive differences on trade, immigration or entitlements. After all, Trump seems flexible on any and all issues; hard-core principles are not an obstacle. But the two Republican leaders have profoundly

Trump Looks to Seal the Deal

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump looked beyond an expected primary victory in his home state of New York on Tuesday, sending a top strategist to meet with congressional lawmakers as he chases the delegates needed to win the party nomination. In the Democratic race, Hillary Clinton was hoping her own expected home-state victory in New