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A new Department of Homeland Security video to give Americans guidance on dealing with mass shootings and gun-related attacks includes this gem: Grab your scissors.
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"Mary Poppins" is closing up its big umbrella on Broadway.
William McGurn, the esteemed Wall Street Journal columnist and soon-to-be editor of the editorial page of the New York Post, has made an interesting observation about the fabulous Bush tax cuts that are about to lapse.
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A man charged with plotting to blow up synagogues in New York City has pleaded guilty to state terrorism charges.
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