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Member of the San Francisco 49ers kneel and stand during the playing of the National Anthem before an NFL football game against the Washington Redskins in Landover, Md., Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017. Kneeling are strong safety Eric Reid (35), wide receiver Marquise Goodwin (11) and defensive back Adrian Colbert (38). (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Out-of-touch kneeling NFL players are starting to ruin emotional attachment to football

By Robert Ehrlich |
In tangible terms, it concerns whether fans will continue to rearrange their lives in order to accommodate professional football.

Salena Zito: All news is local

By Salena Zito |

It's not merely all politics that are local — all news is local. And if there is no trust in that relationship, people go elsewhere.

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China's young people embrace the future and America, but free speech? Not so much.

By Kristen Soltis Anderson |

At well over 320 million people between the ages of 20 and 34 living in China today, the scope of the generation we in the US would define a...

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When 'Trumpism' trumps Trump

By W. James Antle III |

There are signs that "the populist nationalist conservative revolt" is starting to exist independently of President Trump, even if it's too....

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