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Matt Taylor is a key member of a team that managed to land a space probe on a faraway comet moving more than 100,000 miles per hour. But for many gender activists, it was the allegedly sexist shirt he wore at a press conference that riveted their attention. Are the sciences steeped in sexism?

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The book, “The Seven Deadly Virtues,” is a series of 18 essays from conservative writers. Editor Jonathan Last and contributor Christine Rosen describe the virtues and which of them stands out the most.

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Today’s amplified focus on digital tools and solutions can make it seem as if a quick trip to the Apple Store will answer the many problems educators face in the classroom. But today’s teachers and principals realize that the solution goes beyond the new devices themselves. Test your knowledge on how digital tools can be implemented effectively in the classroom!

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Created by Iran in 1982 as unified resistance during Lebanon’s civil war, Hezbollah today is the de facto ruling party in Lebanon and the most lethal terror group in the world. Currently supporting Bashar al-Assad’s oppressive regime in Syria, the military wing of the Shiite “Party of God” is labeled a terrorist organization by the US and EU.

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Representatives of the NAACP and other civil rights organizations speak to reporters after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down part of a federal law designed to protect minority voters, at the court's building in Washington, June 25, 2013. On Tuesday the court ruled in favor of officials from Shelby County, Alabama, in finding that a section of the landmark Voting Rights Act that sets the formula that determines which states need federal approval to change voting laws is invalid.

In a momentous 5-4 decision, the US Supreme Court Tuesday invalidated a major provision of the 1965 Voting Rights Act that mandated federal oversight of election laws in states with a history of discriminatory practices.

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As negotiators look for agreement in Trans-Pacific Partnership talks, success would be the most important symbol of America’s economic “pivot” to Asia while its failure would have major implications on global growth.

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The nation’s top five largest financial institutions’ combined assets last year equaled 56 percent of the US economy.

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Seventy-five years of freedom, opportunity, and enterprise.

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