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4:34pm

Sun July 5, 2015
All Tech Considered

Reddit CEO Says Miscommunication Led To Blackout Protest

Ellen Pao, seen here in March, is the interim CEO of Reddit. The popular site has more than 160 million monthly visitors.
Beck Diefenbach Reuters /Landov

This past week, users of the social sharing platform Reddit — one of the busiest sites on the Internet — hit a wall when moderators on several of the site's largest sections, called subreddits, locked users out.

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4:22pm

Sun July 5, 2015
Movies

Out Of Broken English, A Film Crafts A Call For Classroom Repairs

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4:22pm

Sun July 5, 2015
Space

From The Gridiron To The Galaxy At Large: An Astronaut's Unexpected Journey

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4:22pm

Sun July 5, 2015
Europe

In Crucial Referendum, Greeks Reject Bailout Proposal

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3:23pm

Sun July 5, 2015
The Two-Way

Kerry: Iran Faces 'Hard Choices' To Reach Nuclear Deal With West

Secretary of State John Kerry delivers a statement in front of Palais Coburg where the Iranian nuclear talks are taking place in Vienna, Austria.
Qian Yi Xinhua/Landov

Secretary of State John Kerry says the United States is ready to walk away from the negotiating table if Tehran is unwilling to make the "hard choices" necessary to achieve a deal with the West on limiting its nuclear program.

However, Kerry also said that he and his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif, were making "genuine progress" on "several of the most difficult issues" that remain to be resolved.

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