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Sept. 22 is the 60th anniversary of the Peace Corps, the day that President John F. Kennedy signed into law legislation creating the agency. With one stroke of a pen, President Kennedy deepened our nation’s ability to live out key values — values like service, peace, sacrifice, commitment, a…

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Despite the devastation and pain of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, just imagine what our nation would be – how much deeper the anger and heartbreak would have been, had the passengers and crew of that fourth hijacked airliner not acted, had not forced Flight 93 down short of its target – likely the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.

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Rudolph Giuliani was always somewhat off-center, even in his glory days as New York City mayor. But people who recall him then were stunned by his decline into a conspiracy-mongering swamp creature of Trump world. The 20th anniversary of Sept. 11 lets us remember that on that day of horror, …

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The following comments were among the more than 80 posted to The News’ Facebook page in response to a Wednesday story headlined “Districts to comply with mask mandate.”

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You know things are off the wall when even the FDA can’t keep a straight face. What could the U.S. Food and Drug Administration say to Americans who refuse to get a coronavirus vaccine administered by medical professionals but instead go to a livestock supply house for a drug designed to dew…

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The darkest day of Joe Biden’s still new presidency becomes darker and even more tragic when we pause to rethink about just how and why it all happened.

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After the 2008 subprime mortgage meltdown tanked the U.S. and global economies, Congress wrote rules to stabilize the financial industry. But the mortgage market has changed radically since then, and the regulations that govern it haven’t kept up, creating a new house of cards that could eas…

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