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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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For Catholics, the past two decades have forced the faithful to grapple with wide-spread sexual abuse among clergy. Now, as other traditions discover similar predators... [Read More]
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Saudi Arabia's young and powerful crown prince has billed himself as a reformer, modernizer, and liberal. So the kingdom's summer of jailed activists and a... [Read More]
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Fatal shootings of people with mental illness have spurred advocates of de-escalation training to call for a slower, smarter approach to policing that could save... [Read More]
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Steph Curry hosted an all-girls basketball camp for around 200 girls, giving pointers during practices. The two-time MVP and father of two young daughters has... [Read More]
At a time of rebellion and division in the 1960s, Aretha Franklin's hit records were a musical union of the church and the secular, man... [Read More]
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Nearly a year after the start of #MeToo, networks are requiring women in the director's chair, studios are running mentoring programs, and actresses are taking... [Read More]
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At a time of rebellion and division in the 1960s, Aretha Franklin's hit records were a musical union of the church and the secular, man... [Read More]
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While investigators don't yet know why the Morandi Bridge in the Italian city of Genoa collapsed on Tuesday, killing at least 39 people, the disaster... [Read More]
The coordinated editorials by an estimated 350 papers emphasized the value of a free press in a democracy. Some newspapers that didn't join the effort... [Read More]
NPR contributor Keith O'Brien profiles women who were brave and determined although not always victorious. [Read More]
Climate change, which many skeptics argue is more bark than bite, is starting to demonstrate an impact on economies – and perceptions. [Read More]
A reader recently asked why a building is called a building. The answer has to do with the great variety of functions that '-ing' performs... [Read More]
And in Mexico City, traffic is notoriously frustrating, but a theater company is trying to lighten the mood. [Read More]
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]
A spate of memoirs by former Trump aides has raised questions over loyalty to the boss and what it means to retain a seat at... [Read More]
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Closing arguments have been delivered in Paul Manafort's trial, with the prosecution arguing the case boils down to "Mr. Manafort and his lies." Manafort's trial... [Read More]
After a devastating review by the Justice Department, the Chicago Police Department is planning a state-of-the-art police academy in an impoverished neighborhood on the city's... [Read More]
The most recent GDP report was the best since 2014. The White House predicts growth topping 3 percent for the calendar year, which would be... [Read More]
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