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Human Race

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News | Stated President Barack Obama gave his sixth State of the Union message Jan. 20. The president outlined his proposal to raise $320 billion in new revenue…

Quotables

Quotables

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News | ‘It’s been our policy for years that we refrain from moving deliberately provocative images.’ An Associated Press statement on not…

Dispatches

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Quick Takes

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News | Royal mix-up An errant gas bill from a British utility mistook a pub in London’s northern suburbs for His Royal Highness Prince Charles. The letter from…

Looking Ahead

Looking Ahead

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News | Feb. 4 College football fans will be holding their breath today as high-school standout seniors have their first opportunity to sign letters of intent with…

Human Race

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News | Died Russian Orthodox priest Gleb Yakunin, a longstanding advocate for religious freedom and democracy in the Soviet Union, died Christmas Day. Yakunin, 80,

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

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News | Airborne drop North Korea might not like Sony Pictures’ movie The Interview , but a South Korean activist wants his neighbors to the north to watch it anyway.

Quotables

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News | ‘He sometimes calls me “bro.”’ British Prime Minister David Cameron on his close relationship with U.S. President Barack Obama.

Dispatches

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Looking Ahead

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News | Jan. 20 The nation’s Internal Revenue Service begins accepting paper and electronic tax returns today, marking the official beginning of the 2015 filing…

Chocolate shop terror

Chocolate shop terror

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News | A standoff inside a Sydney café caps a year plagued by lone wolf attacks 

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Looking Ahead

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News | Jan. 5   Residents of Mumbai, India, can resume using firecrackers today when the city’s annual temporary ban on noise pollution expires. Every year,

 
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