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Sensitive folks are good at sniffing out what's going on beneath the surface. They know, for instance, that "fine" is never really "fine," and that "forget it" actually means "I will never forget this. Ever."
 
To many, for the past 10 days the Korean Peninsula appeared to have been edging toward the brink of war.
 
Britain's early election could draw some support away from the Scottish National Party (SNP) but will likely bolster First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's call for an independence referendum, experts say.
 
All Americans are lucky to live in a country brimming with public resources that everyone can share.
 
U.S. President Donald Trump congratulated Turkey's president for sweeping up more power.
 
Brazilian voters are sharpening their pitchforks.
 
The Trump administration is making the right military moves to halt Pyongyang's nuclear ambition.
 
North Korea's failed missile test on Sunday provides an opportunity for the United States to press for more stringent sanctions and for China to demonstrate its willingness to curb Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions.
 
Despite North Korea's failed missile launch yesterday -- its second failed attempt this year -- its nuclear threat remains undiminished and a sixth nuclear test could be next on the cards, said reports.
 
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen is too extreme, but centrist Emmanuel Macron is too young. Conservative Francois Fillon cannot be trusted, Socialist Benoit Hamon is the establishment, and Communist-backed radical Jean-Luc Melenchon, too risky.
 
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