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  • Coastal states fight back as Trump forges ahead with controversial offshore drilling plans

    The Trump administration is pushing forward with its plans to dramatically expand offshore drilling and testing, even as coastal Republicans and Democrats alike work swiftly to block such efforts. Southern states like Florida and South Carolina are among those rejecting President Donald Trump’s plans to open virtually all U.S. waters to oil and gas drilling. [

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  • No. 21 Arizona State women knock off No. 9 Oregon State

    TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) - Kianna Ibis had 20 points and eight rebounds and No. 21 Arizona State had a 17-0 run in its 66-54 victory over No. 9 Oregon State on Friday night. Iris Mbulito scored 10 points, Charnea Johnson-Chapman had six points and a season-high 12 rebounds, and Reili

    The Washington Times
  • No. 21 Arizona State women beat No 9 Oregon State 66-54

    TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) - Kianna Ibis had 20 points and eight rebounds and No. 21 Arizona State had a 17-0 run in its 66-54 victory over No. 9 Oregon State on Friday night. Iris Mbulito scored 10 points, Charnea Johnson-Chapman had six points and a season-high 12 rebounds, and Reili

    The Washington Times
  • No. 21 Arizona State women beat No 9 Oregon State 66-54

    Kianna Ibis had 20 points and eight rebounds and No. 21 Arizona State had a 17-0 run in its 66-54 victory over No. 9 Oregon State on Friday night. Iris

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  • No. 21 Arizona State women beat No 9 Oregon State 66-54

    Kianna Ibis had 20 points and eight rebounds and No. 21 Arizona State had a 17-0 run in its 66-54 victory over No. 9 Oregon State on Friday night. Iris

    thenewstribune
  • Oregon bans offshore drilling

    Oregon lawmakers overwhelmingly approved a permanent ban on offshore drilling as the federal government forges ahead with a plan that could open up the Pacific for exploration. The House voted

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  • Is the United States Still “Free”?

    Paul R. Pillar Security, Africa All Americans ought to be concerned about this trend. Freedom House recently released its latest annual report on the state of political rights and civil liberties around the world. The picture is mixed as always, with many reasons for pessimism along with some glimmers of hope. The number of countries whose performance worsened in 2018 was greater than the number that improved, although the differential between backsliders and improvers was less than in 2017. A...

    The National Interest