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A Teacher Returns and Gets Schooled

After 14 years away from education, Garret Keizer returns to find a new generation that doesn’t care about books or even television—and the education bureaucracy wants to assign a number to every human interaction.

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Earthquakes Are Key to Napa’s Great Wine

Violence gave birth to more variations of soil than can be found in all of France. That makes for unparalleled wines, but also for the dangerous temptation to label every variety as unique.

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You Can Buy These ISIS Coloring Books

A St. Louis coloring book company looks to educate small children about ISIS and other terror groups with graphic images.

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Top McConnell Aide Linked to Shady Deal

Controversial campaign manager Jesse Benton, a Ron Paul protégé, is being edged closer to a bribery scandal from the 2012 Iowa caucuses—and no one knows where the investigation’s going.

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Who Liberated Paris in August 1944?

The liberation of Paris from the Nazis has a deep and emotional meaning for the French, but like so much about that nation, it’s complicated.

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How Rick Perry Could Get Convicted

Everyone right and left is mocking it. But the Texas governor ignored statutory procedure and acted unilaterally. Sorry, that’s serious.

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Joanna Coles, Queen of Cosmo

The British editor of Cosmopolitan says she loves talking about (and having) sex. The key to women succeeding in business? Playing golf, apparently.

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Was Steven Sotloff A Marked Man?

Just before American journalist Steven Sotloff was abducted in Syria, his fixer’s identity may have been compromised.

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The UK Jihadists Who Murdered Foley

Days before Foley was abducted in 2012, alleged members of a jihadi kidnapping network tied to ISIS slipped through the legal system in Britain, and may have started looking for new hostages in Syria.

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How Texas Got to Be Big Red

Conventional wisdom says Texas went Republican when the Democrats endorsed civil rights. Historian Robert Wuthnow says the shift started much earlier and was driven by religion.

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From Ferguson Cop to Councilwoman

In 2009, a man was charged with destruction of property for bleeding on city police officers’ uniforms as they allegedly beat him. Now one of those officers sits on the City Council.

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Putin’s Useful (British) Idiots

From Neville Chamberlain to the pages of today’s Guardian, many members of the British elite, left and right, have proved themselves suckers for totalitarianism.

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Chuck Todd Takes Over ‘Meet the Press’

After a few, bruising months of speculation, David Gregory is out as host of NBC’s ‘Meet The Press.’ Enter Chuck Todd, and promises of a radically revamped show.

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Putin’s Tricky Convoy Nears Ukraine

In a war full of imaginative tricks, the convoy of almost 300 trucks headed toward the Ukraine border could be the Kremlin’s most dangerous illusion yet.

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Khamenei Says Talks with U.S. Are Futile

The Supreme Leader suggests the only thing worth talking to the Americans about is ending sanctions, and even then he doesn’t hold out much hope.

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Obama Blocked Hillary on Syria for Years

The rift between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama over Syria that spilled view this week was three years in the making and was about much more than just arming the rebels.

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Soledad O’Brien’s Next Chapter

The longtime CNN anchor left the network last February to start a production company, Starfish Media Group, whose documentary The War Comes Home, about soldiers struggling coping with PTSD, aired Tuesday.

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Kissing the Corpses in Ebola Country

Ebola victims are most infectious right after death—which means that West African burial practices, where families touch the bodies, are spreading the disease like wildfire.

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Robin Williams’ Deadly Depression

Mental health is still one of the least understood areas of medicine. How could such an outwardly happy and successful man be struggling so badly.

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Idris Elba’s Battle of the Bulge

A photo of the studly actor Idris Elba sporting what appeared to be a huge bulge in his pants recently went viral. But men don’t deserve to be reduced to their sex organs, either.

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