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U.S.
When Richard Nixon took office, 25,000 Americans had already been killed in the Vietnam War.

Today in history: Nixon unveils 'The Nixon Doctrine'

World
The aftermath of an Israeli airstrike. 

10 things you need to know today: July 25, 2014

U.S.
Seriously? You're going to eat this guy?

Why you shouldn't eat dog. Not even once.

U.S.
Van Buren helped found what became the Democratic Party.

Today in history: The death of 'Blue Whiskey Van'

World
Netanyahu's hope for demilitarization seems far-fetched at best.

Why Netanyahu's endgame in Gaza sounds so far-fetched

World
Joseph Rudolph Wood's execution took nearly two hours. 

10 things you need to know today: July 24, 2014

Politics
Nearly four years after the Citizens United decision, the people still want transparency from corporations.

The SEC should shine a light on dark political donations from corporations

Politics
What happens to the Democrats when change is no longer the goal?

The danger of the Democrats' lack of desperation

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

World
A dangerously unregulated market for fashion models.

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

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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

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