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The Deserters is Charles Glass' second book relating to World War II. His last book, Americans in Paris, told the story of the U.S. citizens who remained in the French capital after the 1940 German invasion. Penguin Press hide caption

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WWII 'Deserters': Stories Of Men Who Left The Front Lines

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Pulitzer Winner's Personal Film About Being Undocumented

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How Serious Is The NSA Data Leak?

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What's At Stake With Supreme Court Decisions?

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How Will Bachmann's Departure Affect Politics?

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Week In News: Obama's Foreign Policy Pitch

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GOP Likely To Keep Pressure On Obama Over Controversies

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Week In News: A Rough Week For The White House

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Nearly Half The Country Doesn't Know Health Law Exists

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Republicans Focus On Democrats' Political Misdeeds

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Like 'Lazarus,' Mark Sanford Returns To Office

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Obama Tried To Shift Foreign Policy Focus Away From Syria

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President Obama answers questions during his news conference at the White House on Tuesday. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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