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Federal judge blocks Trump’s TikTok ban

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U.S. District Judge Carl Nichols ordered a temporary blockade of the Trump administration’s decision to prevent TikTok from being distributed via app stores operated by Apple and Google.

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BLM's magician's tricks

Why do we never see Black Lives Matter "protest" over the rise of Black-on-Black crime in Democrat-run cities? Why are they supported by the Democratic Party even though they encourage and are involved in riots, not peaceful protests? Why is it OK for BLM rioters to bring bricks, poles and guns to their 'protests,' but not OK for the police to respond to shots fired at them? Why is it that BLM and the Democrats never talk about the responsibility of citizens of all races to respond to the requests of police officers with respect?

Vote for sound policy

On Nov. 3, we the people get to decide the future of our nation. Not since 1864 has the presidential election been so consequential to our republic, nor the choice so diametrically binary.

'Palestine' as Arab is fiction

There was never a Palestine prior to the British Mandate for Palestine, established by the San Remo Agreement (1920) and confirmed by the League of Nations (1922) as a homeland for Jews. Only Jews were referred to, and called themselves, Palestinians. The Arabs identified as being from where their families originated ("After Abraham Accords, time to look at Palestinian-Israeli conflict with fresh eyes," Web, Sept. 22).

Washington Football Team quarterback Dwayne Haskins (7) looks to throw during the first half of an NFL football game against the Cleveland Browns, Sunday, Sept. 27, 2020, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Ron Schwane)

Haskins' miscues doom Washington in loss to Browns

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Haskins had four turnovers -- three interceptions and one fumble -- in Washington's 34-20 loss to the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium. All four resulted in scores for Cleveland. All four in Washington territory.

FILE - In this June 18, 1956 file photo, Egyptian leader Gamal Abdel Nasser waves as he moves through Port Said, Egypt, during a ceremony in which Egypt formally took over control of the Suez Canal from Britain. The ensuing conflict arguably marked the biggest crisis of British diplomacy in postwar period until the current crisis relating to the country's struggles to leave the European Union. (AP Photo/File)

Anti-zionist Gamal Abdel Nasser lives on in Egypt

Gamal Abdel Nasser, the charismatic ruler of Egypt, died 50 years ago on Sept. 28, 1970. During his 18 years in power, 1952-70, he dominated the Middle East and, even now, he remains an intense topic of interest.

Navy commissions new ship for pioneer sailor

The Washington Times

The USS Delbert D. Black (DDG 119) was commissioned Saturday at Port Canaveral, Fla. The ceremony was a private event due to health and safety concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic, Navy officials said.