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The number of college courses on medieval subjects is rising, and clubs devoted to medieval pursuits are proliferating across the land
The drive to register new voters is based on assumptions that may well prove false
Despite considerable scientific evidence to the contrary, more and more defendants are claiming that their violent acts were caused by epileptic seizures
In the Andes, peasants are caught between two essentially foreign powers: guerrillas and government troops
Chasing tornadoes in the Texas panhandle with meteorologists from the National Severe Storms Laboratory