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Taliban explosives are becoming more powerful. Afghan soldiers are paying the price.

Taliban explosives are becoming more powerful. Afghan soldiers are paying the price.

Afghanistan has been at war long enough to produce three generations of battlefield victims.

Sufganiyot (Israeli Hanukkah Doughnuts) - The Washington Post

Sufganiyot (Israeli Hanukkah Doughnuts)

In Philip Keeney of the Berkey Creamery at Penn State adapted the ice cream base for home cooks; eggs were left out because of food safety concerns over consuming raw eggs.

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.

Justice Department set to free 6,000 prisoners, largest one-time release - The Washington Post

Justice Department set to free 6,000 prisoners, largest one-time release

'Teachers work hard, but I now think that conscientious students work harder.

This article is written by Barton Gellman and Ashkan Soltani published by the Washington Post in 2013. This article talks about the companies who were hacked by the NSA. I plan to use this to incorporate that big companies are not advocating this either.

NSA infiltrates links to Yahoo, Google data centers worldwide, Snowden documents say

This article is written by Barton Gellman and Ashkan Soltani published by the Washington Post in 2013. This article talks about the companies who were hacked by the NSA. I plan to use this to incorporate that big companies are not advocating this either.

This compelling civil rights memoir — which kicks off a planned trilogy — depicts Rep. John Lewis’s origins and early actions as a nonviolen...

Top 10 best books, top graphic novels and top audio books

The March: Book One by Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell. Civil Rights history as graphic novel.

VA has approved legislation that requires doctors to tell patients in writing that Lyme disease is the sixth-fastest-growing disease in the U.S., and that current laboratory testing “can be problematic and standard laboratory tests often result in false negative and false positive results.” Patients would also have to be informed that a negative result “does not necessarily mean you do not have Lyme disease.”

Va. lawmakers okay bill requiring doctors to tell patients Lyme tests could be faulty

10 Tips for new teachers (expect to make ‘hideous’ mistakes, etc.) - The Answer Sheet - The Washington Post

Data source: The Gulf/2000 Project and United Nations ReliefWeb (The Washington Post)

40 more maps that explain the world

The religious lines dividing today's Middle East 40 more maps that explain the world - The Washington Post

‘The Book of Aron,’ ‘Fates and Furies,’ ‘A Little Life,’ ‘Purity,’ ‘Welcome to Braggsville’ and more.

The 10 best books of 2015

The firm tells The Washington Post that it will abandon its old system for all 330,000 employees, starting in September.

In big move, Accenture will get rid of annual performance reviews and rankings

The firm tells The Washington Post that it will abandon its old system for all employees, starting in September.

I taught my black kids that their elite upbringing would protect them from discrimination. I was wrong. - The Washington Post

I taught my black kids that their elite upbringing would protect them from discrimination. I was wrong.

Black Elitist Want You to Feel Sorry For Him Because He Forgot Racism Existed

A fascinating map of the world’s most and least racially tolerant countries - The Washington Post

A fascinating map of the world’s most and least racially tolerant countries

A global survey tracks peoples' willingness to live alongside neighbors of a different race.

Another reason the North-East is for me ... Where cats are more popular than dogs in the U.S.—and all over the world - The Washington Post

Where cats are more popular than dogs in the U.S.—and all over the world

Because poor people buying steak and going to the movies is the real problem.

From the Washington Post:  "This photo from World War II's Battle of Peleliu is a favorite of former Vietnam dog handler Robert Kollar. To him there’s something about the handler, Marine Cpl. William Scott, and his Doberman pinscher, Prince, that captures everything about the bond between wartime handler and dog. If you look at the photo and let it sink in, you can see what he means."

‘Soldier Dogs’ and their handlers

World War II, Battle of Peleliu - Marine Cpl. William Scott, and his Doberman pinscher, Prince.

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