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What is needed to stop ISIS

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ISIS is on the march. Despite some battlefield setbacks in Iraq, the Islamist terrorist group remains unchallenged in Syria and holds sway over an area the size of Great Britain. The group has seized…

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Support global fight for a free Internet

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Soheil Arabi will soon have a rope around his neck. The 30-year-old father is languishing on Iran’s death row. Yet Mr. Arabi did not kill anyone. He did not rape or steal. The “crime” Mr. Arabi…

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The fight against human trafficking

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In her junior year of college, Southern California native Rachel Thomas found herself trapped in a sex-trafficking ring after being lured by a pimp claiming to be a talent agent. The pimp threatened…

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What’s missing from the Africa summit

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Words like “landmark” and “historic” are being used to describe this week’s U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit. More than 40 heads of state, the President, dozens of American CEOs, celebrities, activists and…

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Tackling dementia beyond our borders

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Most of us know of a family member, friend or loved one who suffers or suffered the slow ravages of Alzheimer’s disease, or know someone who has cared for an Alzheimer’s patient. Those who…

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Take the energy out of Putin’s push

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It is the Russian Army that has seized control of the Crimean Peninsula, but it is Russia’s considerable energy resources that allow Moscow to hold all of Ukraine hostage. America’s newly…

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