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Vice President Biden to Meet Ukraine President, Prime Minister In Kiev
How the Italian government deals with its bills is pretty great: it simply doesn't pay them.…
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Top Palestinian cleric says Israel threw stun grenades into al-Aqsa
"If cameras connected to databases can do face recognition, it will become impossible to be anonymous in society."
The annual Taxidermy Contest is like the Miss America Pageant on acid…and a lot of formaldehyde:…
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Civilians also killed in air strikes in Yemen that kill 35 Al Qaeda militants
Cubs fanatic George Will takes a long stroll through Wrigley Field history
Gun battle erupts at pro-Russian checkpoint in east Ukraine, at least 2 dead
Dave Barry: How to become a successful writer without really trying
Deadly Gun Attack In Eastern Ukraine Shakes Fragile Easter Truce
Pope Blasts 'Immense Wastefulness' in Easter Address
The Cold Atom Laboratory will be the coldest place in the entire universe
A new car-share system could change the urban landscape
Prisoner-turned-chef takes on Italian state over unpaid wages
U.S. moves to seize a Manhattan skyscraper it says belonged to Iran
Once a toxic zone rife with radiation, Chernobyl is today a toxic zone rife with radiation and tourists
Princeton Review founder blasts the SAT: 'These tests measure nothing of value'
#mustreads from other sites: Biometric Surveillance Means Someone is Always Watching / by @chaykak /
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The late Gabriel García Márquez was an inspiration to many journalists and an advocate for the profession
Dave Barry says you — yes, you! — are just days away from your first best-seller
The expansion of the Panama Canal has proved to be a gold mine for paleontologists
Pixies' Black Francis on his inspiration: "My starting point was: what was the first pornographic film made?"
Egypt sentences Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed El-Beltagy to one year in prison for insulting the judiciary
Egypt Sentences Muslim Brotherhood Leader Mohamed El-Beltagy to One Year for Insulting the Judiciary