Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks at a gala concert of the winners of the 15th International Tchaikovsky Competition in the Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, July 2, 2015. (Alexei Nikolsky/RIA-Novosti, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP)
Russia mulls new selective sanctions against Western nations
Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks at a gala concert of the winners of the 15th International Tchaikovsky Competition in the Grand Hall of the Moscow...
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In this picture taken on Friday, Jan. 23, 2015, a photographer and a camera man record as riot police enter the apartment to evict Cecilia Paredes, her husband and children including a one month old baby in Madrid, Spain. The wide-ranging public security law dubbed "Gag Law" has a clause specifying that people can be fined as much as 30,000 euro (US dlrs 33,000) for "unauthorized use" of images of working police that could endanger their security or hinder their ability to successfully complete police operations. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
New Spain law sets big fines for disseminating police images
In this picture taken on Friday, Jan. 23, 2015, a photographer and a camera man record as riot police enter the apartment to evict Cecilia Paredes, her husband...
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This circa 1933 photo made available by the Library of Congress shows the John Jay House in Katonah, N.Y. Like a proper gentleman of his time, Jay settled peacefully in the country, having long dreamed of retirement with his wife, Sarah. In an early letter to her, dated July 21, 1776, when his work on behalf of independence had kept them apart, he expressed "a kind of Confidence or Pre Sentiment that we shall yet enjoy many good Days together, and I indulge myself in imaginary Scenes of Happiness which I expect in a few Years to be realized. But Sarah fell ill and died in 1802, within months of their move. Devastated at first but sustained by his religion, Jay looked after his farm, advocated for education for blacks and became president of the American Bible Society. (Historic American Buildings Survey/Library of Congress via AP)
Who's John Jay? Scholars urge new look at forgotten founder
This circa 1933 photo made available by the Library of Congress shows the John Jay House in Katonah, N.Y. Like a proper gentleman of his time, Jay settled...
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Gentlemen of the Road Stopover.
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Gentlemen of the Road Stopover.
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Poster depicting German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble reading ''For five years he is drinking your blood, now tell him NO'' is seen over another one reading ''Yes to Greece, Yes to Euro'' referring to the upcoming referendum in Athens, Friday, July 3, 2015. The brief but intense campaign in Greece's critical bailout referendum ends Friday, with simultaneous rallies in Athens supporting "yes" and "no" answers to a murky question in what an opinion poll suggests could be a very close vote.  (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)
Yes or no? What Greece's landmark vote might bring
Poster depicting German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble reading ''For five years he is drinking your blood, now tell him NO'' is seen over another one reading...
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Chipotle unveiled its guacamole recipe in May. (AP)
Chipotle unveiled its guacamole recipe in May. (AP)
President Barack Obama arrives to speak at the University of Wisconsin at La Crosse, in La Crosse, Wis., Thursday, July 2, 2015, about the economy and to promote a proposed Labor Department rule that would make more workers eligible for overtime. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
How Obama reversed course on federal college ratings
President Barack Obama arrives to speak at the University of Wisconsin at La Crosse, in La Crosse, Wis., Thursday, July 2, 2015, about the economy and to promote...
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 In this  March 15, 2006 file picture  Gyorgy Szabad, the first Speaker of the Parliament after the communist-era from 1990-1994, is photographed in the Parliament building in Budapest, Hungary.  Gyorgy Szabad, a historian who survived forced labor during the Holocaust to become the speaker of Hungary’s first post-communist Parliament, has died aged 90. Szabad’s death was announced by parliament  on Friday July 3, 2015 . (Attila Kovacs/MTI via AP,File)
Szabad, Hungary's first post-Soviet parliament chief, dies
In this March 15, 2006 file picture Gyorgy Szabad, the first Speaker of the Parliament after the communist-era from 1990-1994, is photographed in the...