Katelyn Branch

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Warmongers and Peacemakers at the U.N.

The United Nations isn’t the venue one would expect for threatening war. Yet that’s what President Trump did in his first address to the General Assembly.<p>Mr. Trump’s performance had echoes of President George W. Bush’s infamous “axis of evil” demonizing of Iran, North Korea and Iraq in 2002. This …

Get moving: Personal trainer Cassie White's letter to her 20-year-old self - Health - ABC News

Dear 20-year-old Cassie,<p>This is the last thing you want to hear, as you sit there, hungover, probably on a Tuesday, with a hand-rolled ciggie between …

Betsy DeVos is right to fix Obama's campus sexual assault policy

The recent announcement by U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVosElizabeth (Betsy) Dee DeVosTrump in good shape to secure second Supreme Court …

Obama Administration

Hillary Clinton should be prosecuted, there’s ample evidence of her guilt: Judge Napolitano

A Maryland judge has order an investigation into three lawyers who reportedly helped Hillary Clinton delete her private emails. But Judge Andrew Napolitano, Fox News senior judicial analyst, told the FOX Business Network’s Stuart Varney that the worst that could happen to them is a public reprimand.<p>…

Child marriage in Iran forces girls into a life of oppression

Girls in rural Iran are often forced into marriage at a young age. Protected under Iranian law, the practice is leading to broken families and a …

Child Marriage

We’re more likely to get cancer than to get married. This is a wake-up call | Ranjana Srivastava

Macmillan Cancer Support says one in two people will get a cancer diagnosis. Yet our treatment still focuses on the disease, not the person’s specific needs<p>“I need you to see this patient now,” a nurse whispers, her quiet tone masking a mountain of concern.<p>“I am an oncologist,” I introduce myself …