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Michigan High-School Student Claims Teacher ‘Grabbed’ Her to Pull Off Her Pro-Trump Pin

National Review (File photo: Andrew Kelly/Reuters) The teacher is accused of violating school policy and the student’s free-speech rights A  Michigan high-school student is claiming that…

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Exxon Wins Climate Change Fraud Case against New York

National Review Theodore Wells, the lawyer for Exxon, exits New York State Supreme Court in the Manhattan borough of New York City, U.S., November 7,…

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Joe & Hunter Biden: Politicians on Both Sides Excuse Nepotism

National Review Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter attend an NCAA basketball game in Washington, D.C., January 30, 2010. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) Joe and…

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Immigration Debate: Rep. Will Hurd Calls for ‘Marshall Plan’ to Reduce Illegal Immigration from Central America

National Review Central American migrants walk along the highway near the border with Guatemala as they continue their journey trying to reach the U.S., in…

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A Wisconsin City Bans Throwing Snowballs on Public Property — and That’s Stupid

National Review People use a slingshot during a snowball fight on Boston Common during a winter nor’easter snow storm in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. February 9,…

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Brexit: Media Bias May Be Boris Johnson’s Biggest Adversary

National Review Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson (right) and Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn during a BBC debate in London, England, December 6, 2019. (Jeff…

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Elizabeth Warren’s Economic Plans: Lessons from Europe, Real & Imagined

National Review A protestor gestures during a demonstration against the government’s pensions reform plans as part of a day of national strikes and protests in…

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Trump Impeachment Inquiry: Democrats’ Vague ‘Abuse of Power’ Standard

National Review From left: Noah Feldman, professor of law at Harvard University Law School, Pamela Karlan, co-director of the Supreme Court Litigation Clinic at Stanford…

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Medicare for All: Politically Unpopular for Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren

National Review Sen. Kamala Harris speaks during the second night of the first Democratic presidential candidates debate in Miami, Fla., June 27, 2019. (Mike Segar/Reuters)…

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Winslow Homer’s ‘Kissing the Moon’: Puzzling Over Painting’s Meaning

National Review Kissing the Moon, 1904, by Winslow Homer. Oil on canvas. (Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA, bequest of Candace C.…

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