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    Meet the American Who Won the Boston Marathon

    Meet Meb Keflezighi. The 38-year-old San Diego resident became the first American male to win the 118th Boston Marathon since 1983 on Monday. Check out this incredible video of his finish: It’s a big deal for an American to win the race—a Kenyan has won 19 times since 1991. And the timing couldn’t … More

    Obama Seeks to Reassure Allies … Again

    Reassurance. Out of necessity, it’s become a prevalent theme of President Obama’s foreign policy, including his trip to Asia that he embarks on today. After all, how else to assuage jittery U.S. allies and their grave misgivings over Washington’s capabilities and resolve to defend them against escalating security threats. The … More

    Meet the Stanford Senior Who Stood Up for Marriage Against Intolerance

    Despite attempts to silence her and like-minded friends, Stanford University senior Judy Romea refused to back down. Romea, president of a campus group, had hoped to create a civil atmosphere during an all-day conference at Stanford that she helped organize to discuss “marriage, family, and sexual integrity.”  Then the school’s … More

    Will Hollywood Covet More Heavenly Box Office of Faith-Centered Films?

    “Heaven Is for Real” rose to the nation’s No. 3 movie over Easter weekend, adding to the success this year of films with religious themes in competing with standard Hollywood blockbusters. “Son of God,” “God’s Not Dead,” “Noah,” and now “Heaven Is for Real” all had exceptional debuts that placed … More

    What's Actually Good for the Environment May Surprise You

    Good news for Earth Day: We can boost energy production and economic growth without harming the environment! Thanks to years of empty promises from the Left, politicians in Congress and the White House have installed all sorts of harmful policies that block energy production, jobs, and economic growth. But those … More

    Taxpayer-Backed Loans to Foreign Companies Split Hill's Republicans

    With a deadline looming on the future of the taxpayer-funded U.S. Export-Import Bank,  congressional Republicans remain split on whether to reauthorize the bank’s charter. The 80-year-old Ex-Im Bank, which provides foreign companies with loans to encourage them to buy from American companies, has come under fire for promoting corporate welfare and cronyism … More

    Iran Exploits Interim Nuclear Agreement to Undermine Sanctions

    The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is set to release a report indicating that Iran is fulfilling its commitments under the November interim agreement on Iran’s nuclear program. Iran has diluted half of its higher-grade enriched uranium stockpile, as required by the agreement, according to the IAEA. While this is … More

    It’s a Lot More Likely You’ll Hear a Liberal Commencement Speaker

    Liberal speakers at college commencements outnumber conservative speakers by two to one, a study by Campus Reform shows. This spring’s list of commencement speakers includes President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, as well as their Democratic predecessors in those offices – Bill Clinton and Al Gore. Not on the … More