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Russia's bizarre proposal to condemn West Germany's 1989 'annexation' of East Germany
Lawmakers will consider a new statement that would slam the reunification of Germany.  Read full article »

D.C. rabbi accused in videotaping scandal refuses to leave synagogue-owned home
Kesher Israel demanded that Barry Freundel move out after his arrest in an illicit-videotaping case.  Read full article »
U-Va. sorority sisters ordered to stay home Saturday night for their own safety - while fraternity brothers party
The edict "perpetuates the idea that women are inferior, sexual objects," a petition opposing it says.  Read full article »
Does anyone make accurate geopolitical predictions?
Tools from the Good Judgment Project can help improve accuracy in the forecasting of geopolitical events.  Read full article »
Former Northern Virginia cabdriver added to 'Most Wanted Terrorists' list
FBI offers $50,000 reward for information about Liban Haji Mohamed.  Read full article »
The Washington Post. The all-new app is now on the Fire tablet.
Which of the 11 American nations do you live in?
A fascinating new look at the cultural differences between the 11 nations that make up North America.   Read full article »
Make no mistake: Michelle Obama just made a bold political statement in Saudi Arabia
The first lady gets high marks for her "fashion diplomacy" by not covering her head.  Read full article »
Chart: Are you a jihadist? The French government made this checklist
A French government infographic itemizes supposed signs of radicalization  Read full article »
The best idea in a long time: Covering parking lots with solar panels
Solar carports make a lot of sense. So why aren't there more of them?  Read full article »
Sarah Palin and her onetime fans on the right: It's so over
Sarah Palin's recent rambling speech has many influential voices on the right realizing that the romance has gone cold.  Read full article »


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