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May 23, 2014 Opinion

In the coming days, Egypt will elect a new president. This will be a historic moment for the people of Egypt and an important step in the journey that they began more than three years ago, when millions took to the streets to demand change.

May 7, 2014 Opinion

By Eric Cantor, Paul Ryan, Pat Meehan, Mac Thornberry, Kay Granger, Kristi Noem, Aaron Schock, Paul Cook
May 7, 2014

April 8, 2014 Opinion

While the country as a whole has been paralyzed from years of slow economic growth, Fort Worth and Dallas haven’t let that blur their visions for their own futures.

March 17, 2014 Opinion

By Rep. Kay Granger |

The defense industry is facing unprecedented challenges, with the help of a new group of women leaders.

January 14, 2014 Opinion

Unlike the leviathan Affordable Care Act that it modifies, the Health Exchange Security and Transparency Act is but one sentence long.

Its purpose is refreshingly narrow: to codify the practice of notifying individuals if their personal and sensitive information has been “stolen or unlawfully accessed” as a result of a security breach in the federal healthcare exchange.

December 9, 2013 Opinion

Special WWII art detectives unit deserves nation’s highest civilian honor

During World War II, amid the mounting loss of human life and the horrific destruction of European cities, a small group of men and women were assigned to a special unit with a very specific purpose.

September 18, 2013 Opinion

As recent events around the world underscore, the world is getting more dangerous, and less certain, with every passing month. If we don’t prepare as a nation for the increasing threats we will most certainly face in the not so distant future, our nation and our allies will likely pay a steep price.

August 8, 2013 Opinion

Eight years ago, I met a 19-year-old girl while traveling in Moldova – a small, former-Soviet country in Eastern Europe. This young girl was abducted while working in a Turkish marketplace and sold into sex slavery. After some time, she gained the courage to escape and climbed out a seventh-story window to get out of the building where she was being held hostage.

May 28, 2013 Opinion

We are at a critical moment in our collective effort to advance the health and lives of girls and women in the developing world. For decades, the U.S. has funded evidence-based, cost-effective programs that address the multitude of issues that girls and women face. We can be proud of our progress, but we must recognize the work that remains to be done.