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Shimon Peres Funeral Brings Together Allies and Rivals in Mourning

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Theranos to Close Labs and Lay Off 340 Workers

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To Put More Students in the Seats, Colleges Cue the D.J.

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Australians Arrested in Malaysia After Stripping to Briefs at Grand Prix

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Democrats Eye Hillary Clinton’s Confidence After Debate With Caution

Mrs. Clinton seemed emboldened by her performance against Donald J. Trump, but many of her aides and supporters sense that the feeling could be fleeting.

The Forger

As a teenager, Adolfo Kaminsky saved thousands of lives by forging passports to help children flee the Nazis. He spent his life helping others escape atrocities around the world.

Obama and Shimon Peres: Fast Friends Who Found Peace Out of Reach

They were an international odd couple with seemingly little in common when they first met, but somehow Barack Obama and Mr. Peres hit it off.

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