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Supreme Court considers whether Boston policy treats all banners equally

Attendees at this year’s March for Life appeared bold and hopeful

Texas synagogue standoff puts church security back in the spotlight

Lawsuits in Florida, Wisconsin, and California challenge schools keeping families in the dark

Attackers kill hundreds of Nigerian villagers, a vital hospital closes in Haiti, and other international news

Justices question constitutionality of Boston policy allowing secular but not religious flags

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Investigators name the person they suspect betrayed Anne Frank's family to the Nazis.

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