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Associated Press/Photo by Coleman Family

Bergdahl's free, but what about other Americans held captive abroad?

Foreign Policy
by Ryan Hill
Posted 6/05/14, 02:57 pm

The woman in a black headdress and the man in a blue smock shirt have had enough of their Asian vacation. They never planned to stay past her due date, or to fall into the hands of the Taliban.

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Associated Press/Photo by Don Wright

From the land of no tomorrows

Sports
by Barnabas Piper
Posted 2/21/14, 10:17 am

“Where I come from there is no tomorrow, only today.”

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Associated Press/Photo by Mark J. Terrill

The Cuban effect

Sports
by Zachary Abate
Posted 7/01/13, 09:35 am

When Yasiel Puig walked to home plate for his final at-bat Sunday afternoon, the crowd of 42,405 started chanting his name in anticipation of what the Cuban phenom might do next. Despite a lopsided score, the majority of fans remained at Dodger Stadium, electing to see the 22-year-old one more time instead of heading for an early exit to beat traffic. 

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