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The nuclear deal with Iran
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Two crazy fads to avoid: Cotton ball diet and eye jewelry
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Iran nuclear deal a breakthrough in 30-year tension
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"The Mentalist" reveals a big secret
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The U.S. agreement with Iran
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Nuclear deal with Iran a test
Retailers pull out all the stops to get your money
WTOP's Alan Etter reports
Guessing the first snow could land you a fun ride
WTOP's Lori Lundin
Reliving the past at the Newseum's 'Three Shots Were Fired' exhibit
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