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Tongue Tied

Perhaps attempting to steal over six pounds of cow tongue from Wal-Mart in DeLand, Florida, was not the wisest move for 44-year-old Jason Puckett.

Attack on Parisian Magazine Sparks Protests

On the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015, the Parisian satire magazine Charlie Hebdo suffered what some historians have said is the deadliest terror attack France has experienced since the Vitry-Le-François train station bombing in 1961.

Shootings Beget National Movement for Justice

After police officer Darren Wilson fired the eight gunshots that would end the life of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri on Aug. 9, 2014, the world’s spotlight turned to cases of police officers killing unarmed black citizens in the United States.

International Pizza Delivery

Penny-pinchers in Switzerland can no longer order cheaper pizza from neighboring Germany since the Swiss customs administration overrode the exception it had made about a year ago for certain food deliveries to be excused from going through customs when crossing the border.