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Obama Unveils Plans for ‘Leaner’ Military — President  Barack Obama on Thursday unveiled a new defense strategy that cuts  military spending by nearly $500 billion while emphasizing emerging  threats from China and Iran.

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Obama Unveils Plans for ‘Leaner’ Military — President Barack Obama on Thursday unveiled a new defense strategy that cuts military spending by nearly $500 billion while emphasizing emerging threats from China and Iran.

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Standard Press presents Nailed, by Dzine. Image by Kai Regan.

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Standard Press presents Nailed, by Dzine. Image by Kai Regan.

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From John Fitzgerald Kennedy’s nomination acceptance address, now commonly referred to as “the New Frontier speech,” delivered at the Democratic National Convention, July 15, 1960, in Los Angeles:

“We are not here to curse the darkness; we are here to light a candle. As Winston Churchill said on taking office some twenty years ago: If we open a quarrel between the present and the past, we shall be in danger of losing the future. Today our concern must be with that future. For the world is changing. The old era is ending. The old ways will not do.”

On the 48th anniversary of JFK’s assassination, here, an exclusive look at unpublished, never-seen photos of our 35th president.

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From John Fitzgerald Kennedy’s nomination acceptance address, now commonly referred to as “the New Frontier speech,” delivered at the Democratic National Convention, July 15, 1960, in Los Angeles:

“We are not here to curse the darkness; we are here to light a candle. As Winston Churchill said on taking office some twenty years ago: If we open a quarrel between the present and the past, we shall be in danger of losing the future. Today our concern must be with that future. For the world is changing. The old era is ending. The old ways will not do.”

On the 48th anniversary of JFK’s assassination, here, an exclusive look at unpublished, never-seen photos of our 35th president.

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KFOG KABOOM in the Fog (by A Sutanto)

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KFOG KABOOM in the Fog (by A Sutanto)

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On this day in 1976, Patty Hearst was released on bail for a 1974 bank robbery that was caught on camera. 
Pictured: A surveillance camera catches American newspaper heiress Patty Hearst during a bank robbery in San Francisco in 1974. She was kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army on Feb. 4 of that year; later joined her kidnappers in this bank robbery; and was imprisoned for almost two years before President Jimmy Carter commuted her sentence.
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On this day in 1976, Patty Hearst was released on bail for a 1974 bank robbery that was caught on camera. 

Pictured: A surveillance camera catches American newspaper heiress Patty Hearst during a bank robbery in San Francisco in 1974. She was kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army on Feb. 4 of that year; later joined her kidnappers in this bank robbery; and was imprisoned for almost two years before President Jimmy Carter commuted her sentence.

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when you were fail of carried out something, that’s your beginning of success (via lesly95)

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Latifa Echakhch À chaque stencil une révolution, 2007

hydeordie:

Latifa Echakhch À chaque stencil une révolution, 2007

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On this day in 1928, Mickey Mouse made his debut in Steamboat Willie.
Created by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks in 1928, Mickey Mouse remains one  of the most recognizable and reproduced symbols in the world. Journey  with the cartoon rodent through the 20th century (and beyond).
Pictured: Mickey with a pile of children’s letters, circa 1930.
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On this day in 1928, Mickey Mouse made his debut in Steamboat Willie.

Created by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks in 1928, Mickey Mouse remains one of the most recognizable and reproduced symbols in the world. Journey with the cartoon rodent through the 20th century (and beyond).

Pictured: Mickey with a pile of children’s letters, circa 1930.

(see more Mickey Mouse Through the Years)