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The battle begins over naming the next justice

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44 presidencies, 43 biographies, one surprising takeaway

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?Coloring the Universe? provides stunning images of space

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?The Girl in the Red Coat? a tale ?of abduction told in two voices

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In ?Shylock is My Name,? author gives notorious Shakespeare character his say

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?Coconut Cowboy? follows Dorsey?s weird, silly style

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In competitive marketplace, colleges focus on branding

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  • Aaron Lavinsky / (Minneapolis) Star Tribune The Thorburn Group COO Pat Weas looks over the shoulder of designer Taylor Gottschalk as she works on Central College?s view book in Minneapolis. As high school graduation numbers decline, universities have begun utilizing more tools to entice prospective students.
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Nearing its sixth year, war ?in Syria could turn on Aleppo

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  • Alexander Kots / Komsomolskaya Pravda via The Associated Press Latest on the ground ? A building is seen last week with heavy damage in Aleppo, Syria. Syrian government forces on Saturday captured another village near Aleppo, tightening the noose around rebel-held parts of the northern city, Syrian state TV and an opposition activist group said. The ground attack in Aleppo province sparked artillery shelling by Turkish troops at Kurdish positions as Ankara appears to be worried that Syrian Kurdish fighters and Syrian government forces might reach the northern town of Azaz that is home to a major border crossing point that has been controlled by militants since 2012. ? The Associated Press
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Millions more workers could qualify for overtime

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  • Algerina Perna / The Baltimore Sun Tony Foreman, owner of the Foreman Wolf group of restaurants, which includes PAZO, shown, worries a change in overtime rules could disrupt how workers advance in the restaurant industry.
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Indian couple meet, say ?I do? to best parts of an arranged marriage

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  • Andre Chung / The Washington Post Devi Mehta and Sahil Rajan were married in June 2014. Rajan and Mehta weren?t attracted to each other at first, but that over time, they began to see how mutual life goals ? kids, financial stability, the cultural similarities ? would make them good partners for each other. Sahil?s parents were in love when they married, but Devi was the product of an arranged marriage.
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