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Gigantic Two-Mile-Long Crack Spontaneously Opens In Arizona Desert
Christian Leaders Across The Country Oppose Trump’s Muslim Refugee Ban
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The Trainspotting Generation: Ready For A Sequel?
The 1996 film brought the late 20th century heroin epidemic to popular audiences. Here's what that epidemic looked like — and how it compares to the crisis today.
How Drugs Fueled The Nazis’ Rise And Fall
Despite Hitler's anti-drug rhetoric, Nazi Germany used a little courage pill called Pervitin to take Europe by storm. Turns out it was pure methamphetamine.
One-Third Of Holocaust Survivors In The U.S. Live In Poverty
"They tend to be isolated, losing their families during the war and then either did not or could not have children."
How Ronald Reagan Paved The Way For Donald Trump
Ronald Reagan was President 30 years ago, but the long shadow he cast still covers American politics.
“The World Is Preparing For War,” Former Soviet Leader Says
In a recent op-ed, Mikhail Gorbachev warns against the growing global militarization and calls for outlawing war.