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Daily News Briefing

The Christian Science Monitor Daily News Briefing gives you the Editors' view of the day's most important events. Each issue is a tightly-edited report alerting you to the news stories that deserve your attention. Each issue features an exclusive, original column by our editors with their observations about the news, four breaking news stories, the daily Christian Science perspective and a Top Headlines column. Its short format is easy to quickly understand the important news topics of the day and why they matter to you.

Iran must remove doubts

By July 1, Iran must finally and completely convince skeptics that it is not pursuing nuclear weapons.

A conflict over history

Why Russia and Ukraine duel over what happened in 1930s and '40s.

Is Putin worried?

His comments about preventing a “color revolution” in Russia may indicate he sees trouble ahead.

An executive order easing deportations from the US won't solve the problem of 11 million people living in the shadows.

Amid disheartening news reports from around the world, it is important to keep a sense of proportion.

Its economy is improving, but old problems such as violence and corruption persist.

As nuclear negotiations enter the home stretch, outlines of an agreement are taking shape.

An age-old feeling of vulnerability drives Russian aggressiveness.

The China-US agreement to cut pollution paves the way for a global compact.

Rendezvous with a comet

Rosetta's 10-year mission hits a milestone today – of science, engineering, and hope.