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NPR News: Macron And Le Pen Advance To Runoff In France

Macron And Le Pen Advance To Runoff In France
France held the first-round of presidential voting on Sunday. Centrist Emmanuel Macron and rightist Marine Le Pen advance to the second round on May 7.

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The freshly brewed aroma of a letter

In a bygone era young women would spray a little perfume on their letters to their beaus. Nowadays of course even getting a handwritten letter in the poet is a rarity. 302 more words

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NPR News: Trump's First 100 Days: Foreign Interests

Trump’s First 100 Days: Foreign Interests
Ethics experts warned that if Trump didn’t divest, he would be violating the Constitutional ban on benefits from foreign governments. 15 more words

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NPR News: Is The Afghan War Going To Be Another Vietnam For The U.S.?

Is The Afghan War Going To Be Another Vietnam For The U.S.?
Rachel Martin talks to Chris Kolenda, a former senior adviser to the Defense Department, discusses the failures of the U.S. 15 more words

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NPR News: News Brief: Congress Returns, Mattis In Afghanistan, French Elections

News Brief: Congress Returns, Mattis In Afghanistan, French Elections
Lawmakers return to Capitol Hill, and the White House hopes for movement on a tax overhaul and health care. 32 more words

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A Christian guide to reading books [review]

Kelvin Macharia reviews Lit! by Tony Reinke:

Reading is not easy. It never has been, at least for me. And I know am not the only one. 515 more words

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