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01.19.15 Prachi Gupta

As the nation observes Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and considers what progress America has made (and what it has not) in combating racism and social inequality, it is hard to think of a time when the eponymous civil rights pioneer was a divisive leader among even liberals and blacks. But in 1967, just a […]

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04.04.13 Andy Cush

Da Nang, Vietnam can now lay claim to holding the world’s largest bridge in the shape of a dragon. Built to commemorate the 38th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, the bridge cost $85 million, is about a tenth of a mile long and six traffic lanes wide, contains 2,500 LED lights, and […]

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