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Harvey Dunn's 1918 oil painting The Sentry shows a soldier coming up from the trenches. "You see in his eyes what would later become known as the thousand-yard stare," says exhibit curator Peter Jakab. Hugh Talman/National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution hide caption

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Even In 'The War To End All Wars,' There Was Art Coming From The Trenches

An exhibit at the National Air and Space Museum features art and artifacts from World War I. It includes paintings by combat artists and images of carvings found on the walls of underground quarries.

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The Olympics Return To LA

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The Olympics Return To LA

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Harvey Dunn's 1918 oil painting The Sentry shows a soldier coming up from the trenches. "You see in his eyes what would later become known as the thousand-yard stare," says exhibit curator Peter Jakab. Hugh Talman/National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution hide caption

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Even In 'The War To End All Wars,' There Was Art Coming From The Trenches

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Hobby Lobby agreed earlier this month to a forfeiture of smuggled artifacts. Holly Hildreth/Moment Editorial/Getty Images hide caption

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Israeli Authorities Arrest Antiquities Dealers In Connection With Hobby Lobby Scandal

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Mary Rich, the mother of slain Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich, speaks at a press conference on Aug. 1, 2016. A lawsuit alleges Fox News and a wealthy Trump supporter intended to deflect public attention from growing concern about the administration's ties to the Russian government by concocting a story about Seth Rich's death. Michael Robinson Chavez/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Behind Fox News' Baseless Seth Rich Story: The Untold Tale

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