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The Newseum Will Acquire Set Of 'The Daily Show With Jon Stewart'

The museum devoted to the news says the set will become a part of its collection for future display.

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Attack At Tennessee Movie Theater Leaves Three Injured, One Suspect Dead

A spokesman for the Metro Nashville Police said the suspect was armed with a hatchet and a gun.

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Federal Appeals Court Tosses Out Texas Voter ID Law

In a unanimous vote the 5th Circuit ruled the law, considered one of the toughest in the country, discriminated against minority voters.

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My 51 Years (and Counting) at Fortune

A reporter’s memories of a half-century spent covering business.

Carol J. Loomis | Fortune | Sep 2005
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Obstructions Vanish From Images Treated With New Software From MIT, Google

Researchers say they've figured out how to remove things like chain-link fences, raindrops, and glass reflections from photos.

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Experts Confirm Wing Fragment Is From Malaysian Airlines Flight 370

The fragment washed ashore on the French island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean and was taken to France for investigation.

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Migrant Boat Wrecks Off Libya's Coast With Hundreds Aboard

As many as 600 people are believed to have been crowded into a fishing boat — including "100 in the hull," a U.N. official says.

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A Lazarus Beside Me

An accidental evening with Yeats, in the spring of 1937.

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Obama Calls Iran Deal 'Most Consequential Foreign Policy Debate' Since Iraq Vote

In a speech today at American University, the president will try to convince the public that the nuclear deal is the best way to handle Iran.

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A little vintage chuck.

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The Misadventures of Issa Rae

She was an overnight YouTube success. Then she tried to make a TV show.

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SEC To Vote On Requiring Companies To Disclose CEO Pay Ratio

More than 280,000 public comments in favor of the proposed pay ratio rule have been submitted to the SEC since the rule was formally proposed in 2013.

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Pope Francis Urges Church To Embrace Those Who Divorce And Remarry

The headline on the Vatican's official news site makes the point clearly: "Pope: divorced and remarried people not excommunicated."

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How the Sausage Is Made

The search for the perfect hot dog – by way of haute cuisine.

Tamar Adler | Vogue | Aug 2015
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Two Trains Derail In India, Killing At Least 24; Floodwaters Blamed

More than 300 people survived, according to local media reports. Just minutes before the crashes, another train had passed safely over the same area.

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One Of The World's Most Famous Free Divers Is Missing Near Ibiza

Natalia Molchanova took a recreational dive on Sunday, didn't come back up and is feared dead. Free divers hold their breath until they surface for air, instead of using breathing equipment.

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The Man Who Found The Titanic Is Not Done Yet

Thirty years ago, Bob Ballard discovered the wreck of the Titanic. He could have stopped there. Yet today, at seventy-three, he remains the world’s most vigorous ocean explorer.

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Metropolitan Opera To Drop Use Of Blackface-Style Makeup In 'Otello'

The Met says it is committed to "colorblind casting" and that its production of Otello this fall will be the first without dark makeup since the opera was first seen at the company in 1891.

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Young Blood

Exploring the possibility that injecting the old with the blood of the young can reverse the aging process.

Ian Sample | The Guardian | Aug 2015
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Family Of Sandra Bland Files Wrongful-Death Lawsuit

The federal lawsuit accuses the Texas state trooper who arrested Bland of depriving her of her constitutional rights. Bland was found hanging in a jail cell three days later.

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