Justin Pottle
Justin Pottle
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Drone Strikes in Pakistan Are Being 'Regularized,' As Old Allies Get Back to Business

The U.S. is renewing economic and military aid to Pakistan, and the two countries are closer than they've been in years. But the drones are here to stay.

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5 New Countries That Might Exist By 2025

There's no shortage of secessionists conflict in the world today, but two high-profile referendums in 2014 means there could be some new kids on the international block in the near future.
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Did Harvard Sacrifice Its Own Integrity In Fight Against Cheating?

Harvard admins reportedly accessed deans' emails to figure out who had leaked the school's cheating scandal to the media. How far are universities willing to go in the crusade against cheating?

Youth Lagoon Wondrous Bughouse Review: A Challenging Pop Experiment

Trevor Powers, a.k.a. Youth Lagoon, set out to record a sophomore album charting "where the spiritual meets the physical world.” He's succeeded with the sweeping, heady Wondrous Bughouse.

The National Band: How the Indie Rock Band Became Music's Newest Kingmaker

Between a headlining gig at the Barclays Center and a sixth album out this summer, The National's tide is rising. In 2013, they'll be bringing a few other boats with them.