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The US will allow eight countries, including several Asian partners, to keep buying oil from Iran after it reimposes sanctions.

John Bolton, the national security adviser, says he looks forward to the governments failing in Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua.

One of the Koch brothers joins "a left-right coalition" to end the US military’s involvement in the Saudi-led war on Yemen.

GQ assigned Rosecrans Baldwin to spend a month on a “life cleanse” in Los Angeles. But getting his personality reprogrammed was never part of the plan.

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The Wall Street Journal's shameless new "Mansion" section "shows inequality at its most grotesque."

Canada looks to admit about 350,000 immigrants annually by 2021.

Watch: A short film about turf battles between British ice cream vendors.

Urban cycling is dangerous in part because most of the cyclists are men.

As of 2016, golf, horse racing, and figure skating have the oldest audiences in TV sports. The youngest? Professional soccer.

"Antarctica is not all death and chaos," but much of it is unraveling and disappearing, thanks to climate change.

One of the New York TImes’ better headlines: “We Have to Save the Planet. So I’m Donating $1 Billion.”

Florida was selling 550 lottery tickets per second last week. The common explanation: Low-income Americans are crazy. Wrong.

Speech patterns can show signs of psychosis. E.g., never using “yesterday,” “lately” or “nearby” suggests a detachment from reality.

From 1939, the remarkable story of a 12-year-old boy who spent nearly two weeks lost in the Maine woods.

Scientists recently discovered the world’s largest-ever octopus gathering.