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Author Interviews

Florida Teen, War Criminal: The Life Of An 'American Warlord'

Johnny Dwyer's new book explores the life of Chuckie Taylor: the son of Liberia's former president, a leader in the Liberian Civil War and the only American ever convicted of torture committed abroad.

Iranian oil workers gather at an oil refinery south of the capital Tehran, Dec. 22, 2014. Iran's oil exports have been crippled by sanctions. Vahid Salemi/AP hide caption

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Framework Nuclear Deal Could Be Good News For Iran's Oil Sector

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Bella Marie [Instrumental] Megafaun
Impressions of the Past Megafaun

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When It Comes To Insurance, Mental Health Parity In Name Only?

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Stephanie Izard says the Olive Garden helped to reignite a childhood passion for food. She went to Scottsdale Culinary Institute in Arizona and later moved to Chicago where she opened up her first restaurant. Jonathan Robert Willis/Courtesy of Stephanie Izard hide caption

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Salad Ties And Breadsticks: Star Chef Started At The Olive Garden

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Cuando Llegara Willie Rosario
Back at the Chicken Shack Jimmy Smith

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Florida Teen, War Criminal: The Life Of An 'American Warlord'

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