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Higher Education at Almost No Cost Is Possible in the U.S., and It May Soon Be a Reality in 2 States

Can you guess which states are now offering community college to their residents at virtually no cost?

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Iran Reaches Historic Deal With World Powers After 20 Months of Negotiation (Updated)

Iranian leaders came to a long-awaited agreement with the P5+1 nations Tuesday in which the Middle Eastern country’s nuclear enrichment program was limited in exchange for the easing of international sanctions.

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In Yet Another Medical Breakthrough, Cuba Takes a Huge Step Toward Eradicating AIDS

After we learned that the island nation has had a cancer-suppressing vaccine for several years, it seemed impossible the country could have achieved another medical milestone—until the World Health Organization announced that Cuba had become the “first country to eliminate the transmission of HIV and syphilis from mother to baby.”

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Is Brazil Really on the Verge of a Crisis Like Greece’s?

Brazil is having a horrible 2015, dogged by headlines like “Brazil in Crisis” or “On the Brink.” But to seasoned observers, Brasil Wire argues, such language is sensationalist and excessive, particularly in the context of the ongoing situation in Greece.

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Pentagon Working on Plan to Allow Transgender People to Serve Openly in Military

Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Monday paved the way for transgender people to serve openly in the U.S. military. Some estimates put the number of transgender people in the military at 15,000.

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Anti-Semitic Attacks in France Have Climbed 84 Percent in 2015, Watchdog Group Finds

The Protection Service of the Jewish Community has released a quarterly report that counted 508 anti-Semitic acts between January and May of this year.

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Malala Opens a School for Syrian Refugee Girls on Her 18th Birthday

Activist and youngest-ever Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai has opened a school for Syrian girls in an informal refugee settlement in Lebanon’s Beka’a Valley.

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VIDEO: Obama Reduces Sentences of 46 Prisoners in Largest Clemency Grant Since the 1960s

President Obama granted clemency Monday to 46 men and women convicted of nonviolent drug crimes, most of whom were serving sentences of at least 20 years.

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Employment in the ‘Gig Economy’ Is Precarious and Fraught With Anxiety

Even before the founding of the transportation company Uber in 2009, “the United States economy was rapidly becoming an Uber economy writ large, with tens of millions of Americans involved in some form of freelancing, contracting, temping or outsourcing,” reports The New York Times.

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VIDEO: Greece Accepts Draconian EU Bailout Demands

To get desperately needed funds, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has submitted his country to harsh economic reforms that the people had rejected in a referendum just a week earlier.

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