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News | June 8 Alabamians have until today to file claims to receive compensation from the BP Gulf oil spill of 2010. More than five years since the spill, the New…

Human Race

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News | Resigned Josh Duggar, 27, the oldest child of the Arkansas family that stars in the television reality show 19 Kids and Counting , resigned from his job at the…

Quotables

Quotables

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News | ‘Who should we contact in case you become a martyr?’ Question on an al-Qaeda application form recently declassified by U.S. intelligence agencies. The…

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News | May 24: Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic could become only the eighth man in history to complete a career Grand Slam if he can take home the men’s singles…

Human Race

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News | Opposed Basketball Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas shouldn’t represent the WNBA’s New York Liberty, critics cried after his May 5 hiring. The Liberty named…

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

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News | Thaw in Iceland Finally, Spaniards from the Basque Country can feel free to visit Iceland without reprisal. On April 22, the West Fjords district commissioner…

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News | ‘I gotta pay our bills.’ Former President Bill Clinton on charging as much as $750,000 per speech since leaving office—totaling more than $100 million…

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News | ‘Are you kidding me?’ An unidentified mother in Baltimore caught on camera confronting and smacking her son for taking part in the Baltimore riots on…

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News | Rapid descent In Australia, a man of the people guzzles beer, and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott isn’t above showing off while doing so. Goaded on by…

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Looking Ahead

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News | May 10 Elementary-school teachers in Ontario, Canada, voted to authorize a strike beginning today if the government and the teachers union cannot solve an…

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