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Many French Muslims Find Lives Of Integration, Not Separation

Despite a minority suspected of holding extremist views, the vast majority of French Muslims say they feel fully integrated into society. France has the largest number of Muslims in Western Europe.

70 Years After Hitler's Death, Germany To Republish 'Mein Kampf'

The new annotated edition of the book will mark the first time in decades that the text will be found in German bookstores.

Mobile Gaming Prepares To Overtake Traditional Video Games

The developer behind "Monument Valley," dubbed the best mobile game of 2014, discusses what's going on in the industry.

Smarter Robots In The Works

Prachi Patel of IEEE Spectrum reports on a new bot that will work better in human environments.

Tension Grows Between U.S. And Venezuela

Venezuela has announced that Americans will now have to pay for travel visas to enter the country.

Boehner Not The First House Speaker To Face Rebellion

Republicans have a history of rebellion against their speaker; Democrats not so much. We dig into the history with Joshua Spivak.

'With Malice Toward None': Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address

It was on this day 150 years ago that President Abraham Lincoln delivered his last and perhaps most famous speech.

FDA Says 'Low-T' Drugs May Lead To Heart Disease And Stroke

The Food and Drug Administration has issued new warnings against products claiming to treat low testosterone due to aging.

Some Homeless Advocates Question 'Rapid Re-Housing' Program

In Washington, D.C., "rapid re-housing" has become one of the main tools for helping families out of homelessness.

Ferguson Reacts To Scathing Justice Department Report

The report found that the Ferguson police department is systematically violating the rights of its black citizens.