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Originally posted on This Just In:
The world’s most valuable publicly traded company took a hit on the stock market Thursday. Shares of Apple plunged more than 12% Thursday, to $450.50, as investors grew skeptical about the iPhone maker’s growth prospects, CNNMoney reports. Apple’s stock has been on a steady decline for months, with shares…

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While Pentagon regulations have long barred women from close-in combat, like infantry and armor units, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is announcing the beginning of the end of those rules on Thursday. Here are some photographs of Marines assigned to a female engagement team – created to interact with Afghan women…

Originally posted on Person of the Year:
In 1782 an expatriate French aristocrat named J. Hector St. John de Crèvecoeur who lived in New York’s Hudson Valley published a book in London called Letters from an American Farmer. The third letter was titled “What Is an American?” That question reverberated in the late 18th century as…

Originally posted on NewsFeed:
Kim Jong Un is having a good year. After taking over the leadership of North Korea from his late father Kim Jong Il at the end of 2011, he solidified his control over the country, appeared on TIME’s cover and was even named Sexiest Man Alive. (O.K., that honor was actually…


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