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The Obamas talk with the 50 fourth-grade #GirlScouts that were camped on the South Lawn of the #WhiteHouse. They planned to spend the night, but a severe storm forced them to move inside the office building next to the White House. (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images) #girlscoutsofamerica #DC
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"The NRA’s approach to personal safety assumes crime can be prevented by ever-present fear."…
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Mark Zuckerberg and Stephen Hawking just had the most awe-inspiring exchange ever…
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Which is more taboo: The Confederate flag or the rainbow flag?
Chart: There are more Spanish speakers in the U.S. than in Spain
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For Obama, rainbow White House was "a moment worth savoring"
Girl Scouts choose transgender girls over $100,000 donation
Ahmed Jinaid and his family on the Greek/Macedonian border on May 5 in Evzoni, Greece. With the sun setting rapidly Ahmed Jinaid and his small family group continue on their epic journey through northern Greece. (Charles Ommanney/The Washington Post)

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