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Model airplanes have come a long way from the days when they whirred around on a string. Now, remote-controlled airplanes are often works of art the size of golf carts performing acrobatic tumbles.

Under the ISIS model in Syria, "It's become a sort of family jihad," says a French journalist. "Couples go together, sharing a common project. And the role women play is as strong as that of men."

A new survey from Sesame Workshop found that parents and teachers worry a lot about kindness — what it looks like, how to cultivate it and why there isn't enough of it in the world.

Independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin is near the top of the presidential polls in Utah. He talks about his background and why he's running a long-shot campaign.

David Savona of Cigar Aficionado talks about the lifting of restrictions on importing cigars from Cuba, and why Cuban cigars are so special to smokers.

With just over three weeks until Election Day, Dr. Michael McDonald, an associate professor of political science at the University of Florida, discusses early voting patterns in 2016.

Journalist and author Jeff Chang has been writing about race for years. His new book We Gon' Be Alright: Notes on Race and Resegregation looks at recent tragedies and protests.

The Lincoln Cemetery in Gulfport, Fla. is the final resting place of many locally prominent African-Americans. It has also been neglected throughout much of its history.

Colombians rejected a peace deal between the government and FARC rebels earlier this month. PRI's Jasmine Garsd talks about what the rejection means for women and children across the country.

Dallas pastor Robert Jeffress discusses why he's supporting the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and how his church is navigating the election.




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