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Journalist Details Israel's 'Secret History' Of Targeted Assassinations

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'How Democracies Die' Authors Say Trump Is A Symptom Of 'Deeper Problems'

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"It brings back a lot of shame," Christian Picciolini says of his time fronting a white power punk band. He has since disavowed the white supremacist movement and works to help others disengage from it too. Dennis Sevilla/Hachette Book Group hide caption

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A Former Neo-Nazi Explains Why Hate Drew Him In — And How He Got Out

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Are Implanted Medical Devices Creating A 'Danger Within Us'?

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Claire Foy plays Queen Elizabeth II in the Netflix series The Crown. Series creator Peter Morgan says he believes the queen is "naturally a shy, retiring person." Netflix hide caption

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'The Crown' Creator Sees Britain's Royals As 'Just A Regular Family'

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'They Didn't Want Me There': Remembering The Terror Of School Integration

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Michael Lewis: Many Trump Appointees Are Uninterested In The Agencies They Head Up

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Journalist Chronicles Ordinary People Fighting Extremism In Africa

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On May 27, 1963, Ali (known then as Cassius Clay) held up five fingers in a prediction of how many rounds it would take him to win against British boxer Henry Cooper. In June 1963, he fulfilled his prediction and was declared the bout winner after five rounds. Kent Gavin/Getty Images hide caption

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New Muhammad Ali Biography Reveals A Flawed Rebel Who Loved Attention

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A U.S. Marine from the 1st Battalion, 8th Marines, Alpha Company looks out as an evening storm gathers above an outpost near Kunjak, in southern Afghanistan's Helmand province. Finbarr O'Reilly/Reuters/Viking hide caption

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A Retired Marine And A Photojournalist Confront War's 'Invisible Injuries'

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Ted Kaczynski is flanked by federal agents as he is led from the federal courthouse in Helena, Mont., on April 4, 1996. Kaczynski is now serving a life sentence in prison for the bombings. John Youngbear/Associated Press hide caption

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FBI Profiler Says Linguistic Work Was Pivotal In Capture Of Unabomber

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The Final Documents On JFK's Assassination Are Being Declassified

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Glen Campbell performing at the Grammys in 2012. Campbell died on Tuesday at the age of 81 following a long, public struggle with Alzheimer's Disease. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Remembering 'Rhinestone Cowboy' Glen Campbell

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Author Michael Wallis says there are modern lessons to learn from the Donner Party — primarily about the fatal combination of ignorance and arrogance. Above, an undated drawing of the pioneers, looking to make their way West. Bettmann Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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'What Would You Do?' Author Wants To Stop Sensationalizing The Donner Party

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