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Wonder Woman movie: Want her on your side?

She deflects speeding bullets with her bracelets, swan dives off a tall cliff to rescue an Army officer who’s crash landed in the ocean, and dazzles with spectacular sword-and-shield combat moves. Her golden lasso compels you to tell the truth. …

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4-foot, 3-inch singer gives ‘all the credit’ to God

Marlana Vanhoose

PAINTSVILLE, Ky. — Marlana Vanhoose has jammed with the Beach Boys, posed for photos with sports legends like Shaquielle O’Neal and Charles Barkley, been interviewed by NBC News’ Savannah Guthrie and hobnobbed with President Donald Trump. A 4-foot, 3-inch, 21-year-old …

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Transgender student wins restroom case appeal

Tremper High School

CHICAGO, Ill. — A Wisconsin high school girl who identifies as a boy should be allowed to use the boy’s restroom, the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today (May 31). Ashton Whitaker, a 17-year-old senior, won permission to …

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Trump’s budget doubles abstinence education funds

WASHINGTON — President Trump’s proposed 2018 federal budget has drawn praise from advocates of teen sexual abstinence for asking Congress to double the percentage of sex education funds devoted to abstinence-based approaches. Of the approximately $1 billion in federal funding …

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Americans and infidelity | It’s still not OK

Americans and infidelity

A recent article in the New York Times magazine provocatively asked “Is an Open Marriage a Happier Marriage?” Given the worldview of the New York Times, we shouldn’t be surprised that their answer was “probably.” And the response to the …

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ABC jilts conservative viewers

Last Man Standing

The network says cancelling Last Man Standing wasn’t political. Time will tell. After ABC yanked conservative comedian Tim Allen’s sitcom off the air, he is hoping to still claim the “last man standing” title on another TV network. When it …

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School choice finds a voice in federal budget

school choice

The Trump administration proposes $1 billion to advance vouchers, parental control. The $4.1 trillion proposed budget released May 24 by the White House asks for overall cuts to education spending, including for federally backed student loans, but gives school choice …

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