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Greece Calls Europe’s Bluff

By rejecting the bailout, Greeks are daring the EU to kick them out of the eurozone.

Greece Rejects Bailout Terms in a Landslide Referendum

What Athens Looked Like Immediately After Greece Voted “No”

The Most Unjust Decision of This Supreme Court Term

The Last Days of the Great American Showpeople

Will we remember them as megastars or punch lines?

The Spot

The U.S. Wins the Women’s World Cup!

Watch the four goals that made it happen.

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Don’t Go in the Water

Why a nasty parasite is thriving in chlorinated swimming pools and water parks.

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