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German voters were headed to the polls Sunday, and expected to give Chancellor Angela Merkel a fourth term as leader. [Read More]
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Everyone gets chicken, and the chicken get antibiotics. [Read More]
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So far, there were no signs of it being another nuclear test by the rogue regime. [Read More]
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Nearly 430,000 people have fled their homes in Myanmar across the border into Bangladesh. [Read More]
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With its silky fur and bandit-masked face, the black-footed ferret cuts a cute, if lethal figure on the American plains. It's also the star of... [Read More]
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Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have focused attention on the problems with US flood disaster programs. [Read More]
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Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday announced a plan aimed at "protecting election integrity." The announcement comes just two weeks after the company... [Read More]
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Alfredo Richner and his family were in Puerto Rico when Hurricane Maria came barreling through. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump called on Iran to free all Americans and citizens of other nations who are being detained. One of those Americans imprisoned in... [Read More]
Puerto Rico is particularly damaged: The southeast coast suffered the worst, but no part of the island escaped Maria's wrath, including the capital San Juan... [Read More]
In an April 1965 address to the nation, President Lyndon Johnson laid out his argument for expanding US involvement in Vietnam. From archival audio, we... [Read More]
The director of a new Baltimore production of "M. Butterfly" got to meet the real French embassy worker at the heart of the story. And... [Read More]
Journalist Jamal Khashoggi lives in Washington, DC, but his home is in Saudi Arabia. He wrote an opinion piece in The Washington Post that may... [Read More]
How "American Masters" creator Susan Lacy created the definitive portrait of Steven Spielberg. [Read More]
Music performed by symphony orchestras sounds sublime from the 17th row, but on stage? Not so much. [Read More]
"BoJack Horseman" creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg talks about making fun of Hollywood clichés — and trying not to become one. [Read More]
The Department of Homeland Security has waived environmental laws to move forward on wall projects in California and Texas. Scientists and conservation advocates wonder if... [Read More]
France is the first nation to cast doubts on the security around the upcoming Olympics, in the wake of the current, elevated tensions between North... [Read More]
Soviet officer Stanislav Petrov committed an act of bravery in 1983 that probably prevented a nuclear conflict. Yet he was largely unheralded in Russia. [Read More]
Ugandans in the drought-stricken northern part of the country have lost crops and livestock. Now they're resorting to disguising themselves as South Sudanese refugees to... [Read More]
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