July 28, 2015
Original, must reads to get you ahead of the curve today.
NATO Holds Talks on Turkish, European Security
Obama Addresses African Union in Addis Ababa
Boy Scouts of America Lifts Gay Ban
Putin: Blatter Deserves the Nobel Prize
Experts Call for Ban on Smart Weaponry
Swedish Facebook Debuts New Gender Options
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