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U.S. Air Force Sgt. Israel Del Toro was told that He’d never walk again

Today, he is the first 100% combat-disabled Air Force tech to re-enlist. He received the Pat Tillman Award for Service at the 25th ESPYS.

Opioids could kill nearly 500,000 Americans in the next decade

Beyond the immeasurable pain to families, the overdoses will cost the U.S. economy hundreds of billions of dollars.

Washington’s new family-leave law is among the most generous

Washington became the fifth state to mandate that employers pay workers' salaries when they need to take time off for the birth of a child.

Spam at 80

American soldiers gobbled up more than 100 million pounds of it during WWII.

The emergency supplies you should have

A small nuclear bomb set off by a terrorist is one of 15 disaster scenarios the U.S. government plans for.

Government Approval Required

Beginning in 2020, Chicago high-school seniors will have to prove that they have a government-approved post-graduation plan.

ISIS Slaughtered Babies, Pregnant Women, Elderly in Battle for Mosul

ISIS militants indiscriminately slaughtered pregnant women, children and entire families during a bloody seige last month.

Homeschool parents pave the way to Educational Independence

Homeschoolers have overcome onerous regulation and opposition from huge, powerful special-interest groups.

Rejecting Globalism and Affirming Patriotic Nationalism

We should often and freely express to others our gratitude at having the opportunities and enjoyments that life affords us here in the USA.

The Little Known Story of the Declaration of Independence

What was truly revolutionary was not military success against all odds in the war for independence.

Injured bald eagle rescued in Washington, D.C.

They're calling the rescue of a bald eagle, a Fourth of July miracle.

Confirmed: Sarin gas used in April attack

An investigation by the international chemical weapons watchdog confirmed sarin nerve gas was used in April 4 attack on a Syrian town.

Celebrating Our Day of Independence

In the United States, the 4th of July commemorates the day in 1776 when the Continental Congress approved the Declaration of Independence.

Your tax Dollars wisely spent?

Feds Spend $20,000 on lewd Musical About Illegal Immigrantion

How to Reawaken a Sense of Solidarity in America

“it is often possible to recognize and respect the moral integrity of others even when we disagree with them.”

Suburban sprawl is out

For New Jersey smart growth, redevelopment and transit stations are in ?

A brutal North Korean Crime that must not be forgotten

Otto Warmbier was an American kid who made one foolish mistake, one that should not have cost him his life.

7 sailors died aboard the USS Fitzgerald.

Here are their stories. May they Rest in Peace.

These good samaritans rushed TOWARD danger

Another story to emerge from the infamous shooting on Wednesday morning that left a congressman in critical condition.

Armageddon in Iraq?

U.S. Pastor details ISIS destruction of Christian city