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President Obama leaves the White House Saturday for a trip to Southeast Asia. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Politics

Debt Talks A 'Roosevelt Moment' For Obama

11 min

Debt Talks A 'Roosevelt Moment' For Obama

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The pint-sized pros of I.S. 318 are kings of the chess board (and have the trophies to prove it). Producers Distribution Agency hide caption

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Kids Prove They're No Pawns In 'Brooklyn Castle'

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A Man Of Misconceptions by John Glassie. Riverhead Hardcover hide caption

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Riverhead Hardcover

Author Interviews

A Far-Out And Forgotten Renaissance Man

6 min

A Far-Out And Forgotten Renaissance Man

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King Animal is Soundgarden's first studio album in 15 years. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Music Interviews

Armed With Age And Experience, Soundgarden Returns

9 min

Armed With Age And Experience, Soundgarden Returns

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