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Will Voter ID laws affect voter turnout?

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New voting laws in North Carolina and other states are raising concerns about voter turnout in advance of the Nov. 4 midterm elections. Continue reading

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Boko Haram and Nigeria reach reported cease-fire

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The Nigerian government and Boko Haram have reached a cease-fire after years of fighting and thousands of civilian deaths, according to reports from the region. Continue reading

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From homeless valedictorian to college student

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At Georgetown, one student’s path to success stands as an example of academic achievement. Continue reading

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U.S. soldiers were injured by Iraq chemical weapons, report shows

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American soldiers were exposed to chemical agents at the start of the 2003 Iraq War, sustaining injuries that they were instructed not to discuss. Continue reading

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In search for healthier food: scientists get more salt taste from less salt

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Researchers are finding new ways to trick the taste buds in order to produce healthier food. Continue reading

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