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The Daily Signal

Nov. 6, 2015

Good morning from the nation's capital, where the Supreme Court has decided to hear an Obamacare case that Americans of faith are watching closely. In Congress, conservatives see upcoming spending measures as a crucial test for new House Speaker Paul Ryan. The latest batch of Hillary Clinton's emails shed new light on the Benghazi attacks. And, in an exclusive, our Melissa Quinn profiles a Philadelphia courtroom where citizens plead for return of cash, real estate, and vehicles seized by police and prosecutors.

News

A Look Inside the Courtroom Where Property Owners Fight the Government to Get Back Their Cash, Homes, and Cars

For citizens whose cash, houses, or motor vehicles are seized by Philadelphia police, the journey to get their property back begins in Courtroom 478.

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Commentary

New York Attorney General Tries to Criminalize Scientific Dissent on Climate Change

The attorney general of New York is investigating one of our largest oil and natural gas companies because it might disagree with a scientific theory.

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Commentary

Why the Supreme Court's Latest Obamacare Case Is So Important

The Supreme Court announced it will take up seven cases challenging the Obamacare requirement that nonprofit employers offer their employees health care coverage that includes Plan B, ella, and other potentially life-ending drugs and devices, contraception, and sterilization.

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News

Feeling a Part of the Process, Freedom Caucus Eyes 'Gut Check' for Paul Ryan on Spending Bills

Freedom Caucus members will watch closely how Paul Ryan handles an upcoming debate over spending bills to fund the government.

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Commentary

New Emails: Benghazi Cover Story Continues to Unravel

It turns out, three days after the Benghazi attack, on Sept. 14, 2012, the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli specifically warned the State Department in an email not to promote the idea that an anti-Muslim YouTube video was the cause of the attack.

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News

Here's One Oregon County's Strategy to Not Follow State's Gun Control Laws

The National Rifle Association said the measure's passage reflected a uniform sentiment among gun owners in the United States.

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