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Paths to progress must often pierce both tradition and discrimination. But as one Israeli Arab woman tells us: 'It's time for people to take us... [Read More]
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Rethink the news: Reducing news to hard lines and side-taking leaves a lot of the story untold. Progress comes from challenging what we hear and... [Read More]
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As the effects of climate change begin to take a tangible toll, should we be thinking more seriously about geoengineering? Maybe. But if we do,... [Read More]
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A strong US economy hasn't resulted in rapid wage growth. Now the labor movement is regaining momentum through bargaining and nontraditional tactics, like union members... [Read More]
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Never before have so many people – 70 million – been forcibly displaced from their homes. Millions more have chosen to leave in search of... [Read More]
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American Indian art encompasses more than dream catchers, totem poles, and basketry. The art world is waking up to a new appreciation for contemporary Native... [Read More]
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A little bit of cash goes a long way when it comes to solar energy. Through a startup called The Sun Exchange, investors can buy... [Read More]
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Advocates of Proposition C hope a tax on the city's largest businesses will improve homeless services in San Fransisco, which suffers from one the country's... [Read More]
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Ten years ago, the Icelandic krona lost almost half of its value overnight after the collapse of Iceland's three major commercial banks. The final prosecution... [Read More]
Some of the most invisible victims of the Islamic State's caliphate are children of the fighters themselves. Traumatized, alone, and stigmatized by the actions of... [Read More]
Turkish officials have announced that the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul will be inspected on Oct. 15 after Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi disappeared there... [Read More]
As part of the Louisville Story Program, Iroquois High School students in Louisville, Ky., hailing from Cuba, Pakistan, Iraq, Africa, and the United States collaborated... [Read More]
A president who is generally laissez faire when it comes to other countries' internal affairs now faces a Congress that is far more critical. Which... [Read More]
During previous natural disasters, bipartisan cooperation was the order of the day as everyone worked to help those in harm's way. That unwritten code of... [Read More]
Beijing has moved to restrict the availability of virtual private networks, or VPNs, amid an overarching strengthening of Communist Party control under President Xi Jinping. [Read More]
The dollar has long been the world's reserve currency. But some countries, angered by sanctions, are challenging that status, potentially undermining one of the... [Read More]
Low pressure, lack of wind shear to drive it back, and warmer than normal Gulf waters combined to allow hurricane Michael to reach its full... [Read More]
As Ryan Gosling plays him, Armstrong is not so much strong and silent as glazed-over. [Read More]
The film, which stars Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet, is overlong and riddled with unneeded flashbacks showing the family in better times. [Read More]
In December 2016, an American pastor was imprisoned in Turkey for charges that he committed crimes on behalf of terror groups. Nearly two years later,... [Read More]
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