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A scientific fact-check of 2001: A Space Odyssey

U.S.
The man who led the Union army to victory went on to become president.

Today in history: The death of a Civil War hero

Lifestyle
A few upgrades go a long way.

7 common upgrades to a rental — and whether they're worth it

World
A dangerously unregulated market for fashion models.

A model, a murder, and the seedy underbelly of Shanghai

Captured: A photo blog

Your next summer getaway: An East German bunker

World
Kerry arrives in Tel Aviv. 

10 things you need to know today: July 23, 2014

Politics
It's really not that hard to understand why so many conservatives love her.

I hate Ayn Rand — but here's why my fellow conservatives love her

Politics
Relax, guys.

The weird obsession that's ruining the GOP

Politics
Too far apart.

What both sides in the immigration debate get wrong

Lifestyle
Not lovin' it.

The 11 worst fast food restaurants in America

Lifestyle
Seriously, give it a try.

In praise of lard (and how to render your own)

Business
Yellen and the Fed are focused on more pressing concerns than inflation.

Is inflation really picking up?

Lifestyle
The Emancipation Proclamation was primarily a strategic move on Lincoln's part.

Today in history: Lincoln prepares the Emancipation Proclamation

U.S.
The Marines' military exercises have picked up pace in Spain and Africa.

U.S. marines get ready for the next Benghazi

World
A man covers his face as a Dutch forensic team examines bodies in a refrigerated train.

10 things you need to know today: July 22, 2014

World
A religious minority under siege.

Why America is duty bound to help Iraqi Christians

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