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As a 19-year old army rifleman in World War II, Stuart Canin once played violin for Harry Truman, Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin at Potsdam in 1945. It's the subject of a new short film called "The Rifleman's Violin."
Today at 12:00pm
What about Gaza? The war weary isolated strip of land home to nearly two million people and controlled by Hamas is fertile recruiting ground for ISIS. It could lead to an ISIS franchise bordering Israel.
Today at 6:30pm
One organization in a small South Carolina town is fighting poverty with home-ownership.
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