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Bibi and Barack Butt Heads Over Iran • Netanyahu wanted the U.S. to get tough to prevent a nuclear Iran. Obama wanted to “kick the can down the road.” So the Israeli PM drew a red line of his own
‘YOU HAVEN’T SEEN ANYTHING YET.’ • What Trump would do in a second term, according to his current and former advisors
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Celebrating Spooky Season Around the World • The transition from fall to winter is a time filled with ghosts, ghouls and celebrations, when the gates to the underworld are thought to be open and spirits from the other side mingle with the mortals. While Americans are drinking pumpkin-spice lattes, trick-or-treating and carving jacko-lanterns this month, cultures across the world are gearing up for their own spooky-season traditions. From Hong Kong’s Hungry Ghost Festival to Mexico’s Día de los Muertos to Haiti’s Fat Gede, here are the ways people welcome otherworldly spirits and souls.