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"American Odyssey"

When U.S. history became a little less black and white

Entertainment
Get ready to sing along.

Grouplove's 6 favorite songs for the open road

U.S.
James Madison, the fourth president of the United States, circa 1809.

Today in history: A new U.S. capital is chosen

World
Battering Hamas into submission hasn't worked yet.

Why Israel can't kill Hamas

U.S.
California and Texas were the biggest winners.

10 cities booming with job growth

Lifestyle
Order's up!

The complete guide to grilling fruit

Entertainment
This is not real.

The shameful secret behind the popularity of spy movies

Lifestyle
Ugh, what a nightmare.

The sheer terror of being alone with our thoughts

Business
Well, this is an awkward — and expensive — fallout.

U.S. spying may cost the U.S. economy billions

Politics
Have your people call my people? Not quite.

How to become a cable news pundit

Lifestyle
These guys will make lunch at the desk a little more palatable.

The best desserts to eat at your desk

U.S.
Foreign policy BFFs.

Is Obama's America becoming more European?

Language
Yes, you're a quidnunc. Q-U-I-D-N-U-N-C.

11 classy insults with classical Greek and Latin roots

Politics
We can still see you, Mr. President.

Obama's self-pitying vanishing act

World
Frederick the Great.

History’s greatest gay general

U.S.
President Jimmy Carter,  pictured in 1976.

Today in history: Jimmy Carter's 'malaise' speech

Business
It's going to take some planning to get here.

How to maximize your retirement account

World
An Israeli soldier walks by his ride. 

10 things you need to know today: July 15, 2014

Lifestyle
In the 1900s, bungalow housing developments like this one became as American as apple pie.

Our long national love affair with the American bungalow

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