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75 years ago today, a 21-kiloton bomb was dropped over Nagasaki. This is what it did to the city. 60,000 – 70,000 people were killed. 6.7 km² destroyed. By 1950, the numbers had risen to 140,000 dead.
What we learned tonight (and this isn't a slam on anyone, because it's confusing to be sure): Most of us don't know how payroll taxes work, or even what they are, what funds Social Security & Medicare or how Congress has been spending that $ on other things for years.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh to make an important announcement at 10.00 am today: Office of the Defence Minister of India
Senior correspondent Ellen Francis hid under her desk as chunks of the ceiling crashed to the ground of the @Reuters office in Beirut on Tuesday. Read how she and her colleagues managed to escape the destroyed newsroom to cover the port blast
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