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A WWII portrait series records Army truckers who carried critical supplies across Iran

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Private First Class Romeo K. Bisson of Rochester, Vermont, a trucker with 16 years experience in civilian life.

Image: Library of Congress

In the summer of 1941, Nazi Germany reneged on its non-aggression pact with the USSR and initiated an invasion of the Soviet Union.

Without a military toehold in western Europe, the Allies recognized the need to make the Eastern Front as bloody and costly for the Germans as possible — which meant keeping the Soviet forces well-supplied.

In August, Britain and…

Twitter partners with Live Nation to live stream video of concerts

Twitter partners with Live Nation to live stream video of concerts

Twitter partners with Live Nation to live stream video of concerts

This firm is creating 10,000 jobs in the U.S. because of Trump

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Infosys, the software giant from India — which incidentally is the largest exporter of IT workforce to the U.S. — will be creating 10,000 jobs in America for Americans over the next two years.

Twitter partners with Live Nation to livestream video of concerts

Instagram Stories is stealing Snapchat’s users

Instagram Stories Steals Snapchat Users

Instagram Stories is stealing Snapchat’s users

Instagram Stories Steals Snapchat Users

Here’s the biggest cosmic event that will captivate America in 2017

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A total solar eclipse will take place in August 2017 and it’s going to sweep across the United States.

If all goes to plan, Amazon might be the messiest tech story of 2017

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If the hype is to be believed, Amazon will be targeting Australia from Sept. 2017 with extreme prejudice.

“We are going to destroy the retail environment in Australia,” an Amazon staff member is reported to have said, according to the Australian Financial Review.