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What Will Loretta Lynch’s Approach to Prosecuting Terrorism Look Like?

With people from Minnesota to California to Colorado to New York recently charged or convicted for ties to the Islamic State, it looks like Loretta Lynch is going to be overseeing a lot of terrorism cases when she’s likely confirmed as attorney general.

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40 Years After Cambodia Fell to the Khmer Rouge, Perhaps We Shouldn’t Focus So Much on Anniversaries

By suggesting clean beginnings to tragedies, these dates can help conceal the events that led to disaster.

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2 Years in, Haiti's $260 Million Tourist Paradise Has yet to Make Progress

In 2013, the Haitian government began seizing land on a picturesque island to construct a $260 million tourism hot spot. Two years later, the country's opaque land laws have all but sunk the project.

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Governments Embrace Death Sentences in Fight Against Terrorism

A new report by rights group Amnesty International documents how some governments have stepped up the use of executions as part of their counterterrorism efforts.

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There’s No Such Thing as Peacetime

We've spent years believing the war on terror will end and civil liberties will be safe again. It's time to accept that the war will go on forever -- and take steps to protect life and liberty in the new normal.

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Under Finnish Law, ‘Meatballs’ Are Now Just Plain Old ‘Balls’

The law says the animal product they're made of doesn’t really count as meat because it’s been “mechanically recovered.”

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Petraeus, Snowden, and the Department of Two-Tiered Justice

The lax plea deal for a former general shows just how unfair the U.S. justice system is to whistleblowers.

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