Listen and subscribe to our podcast from your mobile device: Via Apple Podcasts | Via RadioPublic | Via StitcherThe word “treason” is being thrown around to describe how President Trump seemed to take Russia’s side during his summit meeting with ...

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A Guatemalan migrant in the US says her son is suffering from trauma after he was separated from her at the Texas border in May.Yolanda de la Cruz has now been reunited with four-year-old Jeremy and says her family has legitimate asylum claims.A ...

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About 5,000 years ago, someone decided to paint a battle scene between archers in a cave in Spain — perhaps one of the first instances of what we’d call “war graffiti” today. That person was probably an early grunt who had just finished griping ...

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You subscribe to TV and music, why not subscribe to your car? USA Today's Chris Woodyard tests out Book by Cadillac. source ...

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Scofield Thayer, heir to a New England woolen-goods fortune, befriended E.E. Cummings and T.S. Eliot at Harvard and Oxford and published the first English translation of Thomas Mann’s “Death in Venice” in his influential magazine, the Dial. Whil ...

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Love Island’s fiery islander Georgia has been telling everyone at the villa how loyal she is.She has expressed how she continues to stay loyal to her friends, family, and partners through thick and thin.However fans have begun pointing out that ...

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University of South Carolina A group of Navajo children photographed in 1929. They were removed from their homes and placed into a government-run boarding school to “civilize” them. The separation of children from parents now taking place at the ...

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"I do wish your lot had the decency to shoot me," Irish rebel Constance Markievicz told her British captors, when informed that they had commuted her death sentence. Jailed for her role in the 1916 Easter Rising that marked the beginning of the ...

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For Republicans running in competitive primaries this year, one question has loomed above all others: To embrace President Trump, or to oppose him? This choice can make or break a campaign. Already, repeatedly, it has. For pro-Trump insurgents, ...

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