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An Anthropologist Discovers The Terrible Emotion Locked In A Word

When anthropologist Renato Rosaldo went to live with a Philippine tribe that was known for beheading people, he couldn't grasp the emotion that fueled this violence. Then his wife suddenly died.

The White House released ethics waivers for ex-lobbyists and numerous others who have joined the government. The White House granted 14 waivers, including one for Kellyanne Conway. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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White House Discloses Ethics Waivers For Presidential Aides

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