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WWI: The Battle That Split Europe, And Families

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'Wicked Bugs' An Encyclopedia Of Insect Villains

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'Annoying' Book Probes The Science Of Irritations

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Get On The Bus: 50 Years Of 'Freedom Rides'

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Ravitch: Standardized Testing Undermines Teaching

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Hisham Matar On The Power Of Libyan Fiction

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Ice-T, From 'Cop Killer' To 'Law & Order'

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Mayday! Pilots In Distress Describe 'Punching Out'

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Examining Bernie Madoff, 'The Wizard Of Lies'

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ElBaradei:Weapons Issues Could Have Been Resolved

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A Wine Blogger's Guide To Social Media For Business

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The 'Clash' At Marathon Shaped Greece, And The West

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Bat bugs typically feed on bats. But when no bats are available, these parasitic creatures will happily feed on humans, too. Graham Snodgrass/AFPMB/Flickr hide caption

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Where To Find The World's Most 'Wicked Bugs'

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A Nation Planted By Founding Fathers' Green Thumbs

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