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One hundred years ago today, the Panama Canal opened. The world would never be the same.
Since Robin Williams' suicide, much has been made of the possible link between humor and depression. Not all comedians believe there is one.
The men of the Enola Gay dropped the world's first atomic bomb on Hiroshima in 1945. The last crew member has died.
As the world searches for an explanation for the crash of MH17, coincidences lead to conspiracy theories.
Some historical periods gain importance only in hindsight, but the summer of 1964 was clearly significant, even as it was happening.
One U.S. film will compete in the Odessa International Film Festival, which features movies from many nations, including Ukraine and Russia.
The missing plane is a reminder that while the ocean isn't literally unfathomable, it might as well be.
Sebastian Junger's new opus takes an intimate look at the experiences of the soldiers involved in the conflict.
Besides being a thorny PR issue, Sterling's racist speech spotlights the pressure Silver faces in shepherding a league that is a global business.
Federal agencies began a landmark cooperative project based on an idea proposed by two biologists.
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