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Smashed skulls suggest large European battle 3,200 years ago - and a more advanced society - The Washington Post

Smashed skulls suggest large European battle 3,200 years ago - and a more advanced society

Top 10 books of the year - The Washington Post

Top 10 books of 2013

The Washington Post selected the best books of the year, 100 notable works of fiction and nonfiction, 5 best photography books, 6 best audiobooks, 10 best graphic novels and more.

The shrinking profile of Jared Kushner - Washington Post

The shrinking profile of Jared Kushner - Washington Post

Amazing infographic really drive home the depth of the missing Malaysia Airline ‪#‎Flight370‬ problem

The Depth of the Problem - Infographic from The Washington Post that illustrates just how difficult it is to locate the black boxes from aircraft at the bottom of the ocean.

Former CIA chief in Benghazi challenges the story line of the new movie ‘13 Hours’ - The Washington Post

Former CIA chief in Benghazi challenges the story line of the new movie ‘13 Hours’

Former CIA chief in Benghazi challenges the story line of the new movie ‘13 Hours’ - The Washington Post

"In summer 2007, Cynthia Hayward filed for divorce. At the time of the divorce, Frank was working at Stephens Pipe and Steel in Bladensburg, and Cynthia worked at Anne Arundel Diagnostics. They lived in a $349,000 home that was on the market. The proceedings appeared amicable until she sought a protective order that September."

Three dead in apparent murder-suicide in Calvert County, authorities say

A surprising map of the countries that are most and least welcoming to foreigners. High-ranking for Portugal of course!

A surprising map of the countries that are most and least welcoming to foreigners

Blue countries are more welcoming, red countries less. Where does yours rank?

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