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Postwar Greece never established welfare systems or open institutions - now it's paying the price Why is Greece so different and why does the government of Alexis Tsipras send such mixed messages towards
This week, the New York Times posted an article by New York Times Magazine contributor and Bookforum columnist Heather Havrilesky that attempts to paint the CrossFit-fueled turn toward functional fitness
As the agents who guard the president come under renewed scrutiny, VF.com revisits the entrenched culture of the Secret Service a half century ago and reexamines the actions of John F. Kennedy’s security
When the richest woman in Monaco, real-estate heiress Hélène Pastor, was gunned down in Nice, last May, rumors flew in the tiny principality: It was a gangland-style assassination . . . No, it was a message
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