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The Hamas government in Gaza has always been a tragic mess

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Is the gay bullying plague in schools a myth?

An Australian doctor questions "safe school" and"gay-straight alliance" programs.
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You’ve got mail. Try not to read it.

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Pope Francis’ 10 tips for happiness

Words of papal wisdom.
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The downside to cloning

A future society after a natural apocalypse
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Beyond the cookie: Bold new ways advertisers are spying on us

Why are firms doing this? Because Internet users evade or erase browser cookies.
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For cat lovers only.
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A war which can have no outcome

Neither Israel nor Hamas believes that this will bring an end to their conflict.
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Going on a date for extra credit

American professor encourages students to move away from the hook-up culture.
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Dijon: Elderly-Friendly

How should cities take care of their growing elderly populations?
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There really is no “right” to be forgotten any more than there is a "right" to be remembered.
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In the glory days of the Caliphate, Muslims and Christians lived side by side.
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Too many children are denied the right to know who their genetic parents are.
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If love is all that matters, why is incest still taboo?

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