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- How to Stop Kim Jong Un From Trying Out His Nukes
- Russia Was Once the Enemy That Threatened War on U.S.
- U.S. Has Long History of Watching White House Critics
- Left: Trump Boy Scout Speech Is Nazi Hitler Youth Rally
- 'Despacito' Singers Tell Maduro To Stop Using Song
- How Russia Won the Nuclear Arms Race Against the U.S.
- Iran Demands U.S. Release Prisoners and Assets
- "I think it's apparent that their rate of growth of military strength compared to ours has probably been fairly substantial," President Jimmy Carter said in 1977 of Russia.
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- With their new show, Mark and Jay Duplass step out of comedy and into the twilight zone.
- Newsweek's editor-in-chief introduces our annual issue on the fight against cancer.
- Reining in Pyongyang is possible if—and only if—Washington is willing to offend Beijing.
- The HBO hit has a long list of unforgettable characters, but Brienne of Tarth towers above them all.
- Inside efforts to rehabilitate children exposed to the militant group's extreme ideology of violence against non-believers.
- Luc Besson, proven master of the sci-fi genre, bets his studio on a race of pricey, pearly aliens.
- The high-profile CEO had embodied the tech industry's worst excesses.
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