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International Atomic Energy Agency Director-General Yukiya Amano earlier today in Vienna, after his return from talks in Tehran. Dieter Nagl /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Word Of Deal To Inspect Iran's Nuclear Program Raises Hopes For Broader Talks

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E.J. Dionne Jr. writes a weekly column for The Washington Post on national policy and politics. He lives in Bethesda, Md., with his wife, Mary, and their three children. Paul Morigi/Courtesy of Bloombury USA hide caption

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I Vs. We: The 'Heart' Of Our Political Differences

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Afghan local police officers wait outside a classroom at a training facility in Marjah. U.S. Marines are training local security forces how to maintain calm in the region. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Former Taliban Stronghold Faces The Post-U.S. Future

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An Egyptian woman walks under a campaign banner in Cairo on Tuesday. Egypt holds its first competitive presidential election on Wednesday and Thursday, with a dozen candidates in the race. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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Egyptians Prepare For Historic Presidential Vote

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In Cairo on Monday, Egyptian Parliament Speaker Saad al-Katatni (left) met with former U.S. President Jimmy Carter. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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As Egyptians Prepare To Vote, Jimmy Carter Watches 'Complete Transformation'

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Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling had to push through a mob of reporters on Monday after meeting with Rhode Island officials to discuss the finances of his troubled video game company and ask for more state help. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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R.I. Strikes Out On Ex-Pitcher's Video Game Venture

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Caleb Lloyd, with the ball in his left hand, celebrates after catching the first of the back-to-back home runs that came his way Monday night in Cincinnati. MLB.com hide caption

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Let's Catch Two: Same Fan Grabs Back-To-Back Home Run Balls

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