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Iraqi and Syrian guides are leading tours of the Penn Museum's Middle Eastern galleries. The cultural artifacts trigger memories from their birthplaces, which offers visitors... [Read More]
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Rodney Scott, who runs a South Carolina barbecue restaurant, was recently named the James Beard Foundation's Best Chef Southeast. Mr. Scott's win, one of three... [Read More]
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It is hard even to imagine hoyden as a meaningful term of reproach and criticism today. Why shouldn't girls climb trees? What's wrong with women... [Read More]
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A growing number of urban artists are painting the faces of missing Argentine children on walls in a bid to raise awareness about their disappearances.... [Read More]
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You'll feel as if you're diving under the sea when you watch a National Geographic video that shows an octopus changing color, mesmerizing singer and... [Read More]
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Monitor TV and movie fans share what they've been watching lately. [Read More]
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A new exhibition at the international Museum of World War II outside of Boston highlights the important and sometimes unconventional roles women took on during... [Read More]
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It's a well-known device. Sometimes the best way to grapple with difficult personal, social, and political issues is through humor. In Jordan, entertainers are delivering... [Read More]
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In recent weeks, the Earth has passed a series of "critical" climate milestones. How do readers know which headlines to pay attention to? [Read More]
A wave of vets-turned-candidates are vowing to temper the culture of tribalism with a greater spirit of bipartisanship. [Read More]
A wave of veterans-turned-candidates are vowing to temper the culture of tribalism. [Read More]
The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation, which goes into effect today, presents an opportunity for technology companies around the globe to reestablish trust with... [Read More]
Elle Fanning portrays the author of 'Frankenstein.'... [Read More]
Egypt has opened the Rafah border crossing to Gaza during the month of Ramadan. But as thousands seek to leave the tiny Hamas-controlled territory, bureaucracy... [Read More]
On the first day the European Union's new data protection laws went into effect, An Austrian lawyer and privacy advocate wasted no time filing complaints... [Read More]
As rising seas threaten parts of Costa Rica's Caribbean coast, many worry that visitors who generate numerous jobs in the area could go elsewhere. Young... [Read More]
The "blue wave" is a real thing, right? Except that a Democratic resurgence actually faces some big hurdles. Today's Monitor Breakfast featured the man at... [Read More]
Moving cross-country to a tiny rural town to open a new bakery may not seem like a recipe for success. But the search for a... [Read More]
In the wake of the West African Ebola epidemic, there was both anger and grief over claims that the world had responded too slowly. But... [Read More]
California and New York are leading the nation in a transition to cleaner energy. But even these states are finding it's a lot easier to... [Read More]
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