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Karl Vick

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New York-based correspondnet, and former Jerusalem Bureau chief, for Time magazine

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There are some 680,000 sworn police officers in the United States.

What's It Like to Be a Cop in America?

There are some 680,000 sworn police officers in the United States.

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Next week, the Presidents of the US and Cuba will meet for the first time since Fidel Castro's revolution of 1959.

Will American Tourists Spoil Cuba?

Next week, the Presidents of the US and Cuba will meet for the first time since Fidel Castro's revolution of 1959.

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The death toll from six days of Israeli strikes in Gaza is approaching 100 with 700 wounded.

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The death toll from six days of Israeli strikes in Gaza is approaching 100 with 700 wounded.

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