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A new book discusses the roots of Islamic extremism and unrest within French Muslim communities.
A new book discusses the roots of Islamic extremism and unrest within

What fuels Islamic extremism in France?

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Chris Maynard
Shane Wheeler
Darian L. Smith
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For the past four decades, Zbigniew Brzezinski has remained an influential voice in U.S. foreign policy.
For the past four decades Zbigniew Brzezinski has remained an influential voice

Remembering Carter adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski

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Linda Mikuta
Guillermo Canlas
Reuben Stunner
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yesterday at 23:45. Facebook
Alaska Natives have used Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as subsistence hunting grounds for thousands of years.
Alaska Natives have used Alaskas Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as subsistence hunting

Trump's budget renews debate on Arctic refuge oil drilling

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Kate Lawson
Thomas Webster
Zaidy Diaz
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Kushner's lawyer said he will cooperate with the FBI's investigation into ties between Russia and the Trump campaign.
Kushners lawyer said he will cooperate with the FBIs investigation into ties

Washington Post reporter: Russian ambassador ‘taken aback’ by Kushner’s back channel request

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Odonnell Sanders
Ryne Nathaniel
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Gregg Allman, who co-founded the legendary Allman Brothers Band in 1969, died on Saturday at the age of 69.
Gregg Allman who cofounded the legendary Allman Brothers Band in 1969 died

Gregg Allman, who expanded the definition of rock, dies at 69

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Karen M Kirk
Willene Kanasky
Jack Rayburn
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yesterday at 22:00. Facebook
Have Americans become more risk-averse? Economist Tyler Cowen argues that they have.
Have Americans become more riskaverse Economist Tyler Cowen argues that they have

Economist Tyler Cowen says Americans have lost their drive

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John Gahbauer
Chris VerWys
Esther Schock Mehrer
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yesterday at 21:00. Facebook
ICYMI: Watch Pence speaks at U.S. Naval Academy graduation
ICYMI: Watch Pence speaks at US Naval Academy graduation

WATCH LIVE: Pence speaks at U.S. Naval Academy graduation

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Jacob Lucas
Scott Horn
Jerry Savage
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In Atlantic City, lower-income neighborhoods built on low-lying land are enduring some of the worst impacts of a worsening flooding crisis. For more: [ To.pbs.org Link ]
Jeffrey Knee
Joshua Sepulveda
Anna Mountain
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Many of the protesters carried flags or wore bandanas over their faces with the hammer and sickle symbol, a communist symbol.
Many of the protesters carried flags or wore bandanas over their faces

Italian riot police tear gas G-7 protesters

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Marc Mesa
Roddy Starmer
Rachel Foley-Luetke
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yesterday at 19:30. Facebook
President Trump held no news conferences during the nine-day trip, which allowed him to avoid questions about the Russia investigations.
President Trump held no news conferences during the nineday trip which allowed

Trump calls first trip abroad 'home run' as challenges await

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Robb Deines
Jill Harasha Wadlund
Betty J Giles
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yesterday at 18:45. Facebook
The Washington Post first reported Friday that President Trump's son-in-law and adviser, Jared Kushner, sought to establish a back channel to the Kremlin by using a secure communications line with Russia. Greg Miller, one of the reporters who broke the story, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss.
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Marie-Stella Mbala Heiser
Van Cahill
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Thousands of airline passengers, many who were travelling during a holiday weekend in the United Kingdom, were stranded due to the outage, while the airline’s fleet was left grounded on runways.
Thousands of airline passengers many who were travelling during a holiday weekend

British Airways cancels all flights out of London after computer system failure

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Ellen Streger
Thomas Taylor
Rick Schrenker
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For women and girls displaced by conflict or natural disaster, managing their monthly periods can be challenging. Few female hygiene products are available, private sanitation facilities are hard to find and clean water is not always guaranteed.
For women and girls displaced by conflict or natural disaster managing their

Column: Why a monthly period is especially hard for millions of women around the world

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Donna Richardson
Merry McMullen
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yesterday at 16:18. Facebook
Top White House adviser Jared Kushner reportedly proposed setting up a secret back channel between the Kremlin and the Trump transition team during a December meeting with a leading Russian diplomat, reports The Washington Post.

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Top White House adviser Jared Kushner reportedly proposed setting up a secret

AP Report: Reports swirling about Kushner and Russia probe

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Bill Rodriguez
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“He was brilliant, dedicated and loyal,” said former President Jimmy Carter, who awarded Brzezinski the Presidential Medal of Freedom days before leaving office in 1981.
He was brilliant dedicated and loyal said former President Jimmy Carter who

Carter national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski dies

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Monica Castillo
Donald Morgan
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"What you've seen today will not go unpunished. An extremely painful strike has been dealt to the bases. Egypt will never hesitate to strike terror bases anywhere," said Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi in an address televised to Egypt on Friday.
What youve seen today will not go unpunished An extremely painful strike

ISIS claims responsibility for attack on Coptic Christian buses in Egypt

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Donna Scott-Newman
Greg Mckinney
Beth Montano
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yesterday at 13:28. Facebook
Backing out of the Paris climate accord had been a central plank of Trump’s campaign and aides have been exploring whether they can adjust the framework of the deal even if they don’t opt out entirely.
Backing out of the Paris climate accord had been a central plank

Trump says he'll decide on Paris climate deal next week

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yesterday at 12:00. Facebook
In the aftermath of the Manchester attack, a writer recounts his random run-in with a caring TV icon.
In the aftermath of the Manchester attack a writer recounts his random

That time Mister Rogers comforted me in real life

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Lori Suronen
F Paul Yorio
Maripat Barclay Sonnhalter
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yesterday at 11:00. Facebook
“I don’t want to go back to Iraq. But I also don’t want my brothers and sisters to go back without me.”
I dont want to go back to Iraq But I also dont

What it’s like to be a veteran of a war that never ends

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Janice Blodgett
Jonny Corn
Michael Rasey
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“For me, when things get awkward, I get quieter and start to listen more.”
“For me when things get awkward I get quieter and start to listen more”

W. Kamau Bell wants America to get awkward

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Dennis Moore
David Babington