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A.I. program conquers world’s trickiest board game

How a computer program became champion of the world’s trickiest board game

A.I. program conquers world’s trickiest board game

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Freed reporter works to reclaim life after Iran detention

Jason Rezaian was released from an Iranian prison after more than 500 days of detention.

Freed reporter works to reclaim life after Iran detention

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Keeping the memory of WWI alive with plans for a memorial

Millions of Americans who served during the Great War may soon be memorialized.

Keeping the memory of WWI alive with plans for a memorial

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The only girl in school to spark an interest in welding

Kalei Kipp is the only girl in the welding program at her high school.

The only girl in school to spark an interest in welding

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Trump sidesteps debate as Clinton calls for one more

Donald Trump continues to grab headlines even when he exits the stage.

Trump sidesteps debate as Clinton calls for one more

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Why wildlife preserves in Kenya resemble war zones

Poaching has reached unprecedented levels.

Why wildlife preserves in Kenya resemble war zones

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