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  1. U.S. forces capture Iraq's ousted dictator Saddam Hussein; Authorities in communist Poland impose martial law; Union forces suffer defeat at the Battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia; Actor Dick Van Dyke is born. (Dec. 13)

  2. A version of this article originally appeared on Noisey France. The resemblance is striking: Nasrat Al-Bader is a dead ringer for the French rapper Lacrim in his music video for “A.W.A.”. He ...

  3. Today In History, Dec. 13: Rupert Murdoch

    North Platte Telegraph1 hour ago

    Today is Wednesday, Dec. 13.

  4. American officials said they agree with the basic U.N. assessment, which was presented at a closed-door meeting last month in Amman of the U.S.-led coalition that has been fighting the militants ...

  5. Even as Iraq’s Shiite-led government celebrates its latest victory, deep-seated grievances among minority Sunni Arabs who dominated under the late strongman Saddam Hussein remain ...

  6. An inquiry found that North Korea’s Kim has committed 10 of the 11 defined crimes against humanity.

  7. There is no denying it, Ali Abdullah Saleh has left a vacuum in Yemen and he will be missed. A combination of the Godfather and George Carlin, he was corrupt, often ruthless, an autocrat with ...

  8. Brian Ross, Suspended

    The Weekly Standard2 days ago

    On inauguration eve 1991, in Rhode Island, the departing governor, Edward DiPrete, had a morsel of news for the incoming governor, Bruce Sundlun. A case of embezzlement at a mobbed-up bank in ...

  9. The historian carried secrets too heavy for one man to bear. For nearly two years, he'd wandered the streets of occupied Mosul, chatting with shopkeepers and Islamic State fighters, visiting ...

  10. The evidence of Assad sponsoring Islamic State, however, was about as strong as for Saddam Hussein sponsoring Al Qaeda. As the Syria expert Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi noted in February ...

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