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"Is it George Washington next week?" President Donald Trump was railing against the removal of Confederate monuments, including one of Gen. Robert E. Lee at... [Read More]
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Wayne Lotter, a prominent elephant conservationist murdered this week in Tanzania, for years had faced death threats related to his anti-poaching work, according to friends... [Read More]
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Wayne Lotter, a prominent elephant conservationist murdered this week in Tanzania, for years had faced death threats related to his anti-poaching work, according to friends... [Read More]
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If we tear down statues of Robert E. Lee, does that mean we should tear down statues of George Washington? We ask an expert. [Read More]
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After the weekend violence in Charlottesville, Va., President Trump's statements about white nationalists, neo-Nazis and their opponents drew criticism from some observers who said he... [Read More]
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The number of suspected cholera cases in Yemen this year hit 500,000 on Sunday, marking a grim milestone in the spread of the disease across... [Read More]
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The number of suspected cholera cases in Yemen this year hit 500,000 on Sunday, marking a grim milestone in the spread of the disease across... [Read More]
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The majority of students accepted into the incoming class of 2021 is not white, and that was the case last year, as well. [Read More]
7 facts about the coveted green card, the key to permanent residency. [Read More]
The White House commission on opioid addiction has recommended that President Donald Trump declare a national emergency over the epidemic that kills dozens of Americans... [Read More]
Declaring that the "nation is in crisis," the White House commission on opioid addiction has recommended that President Trump declare a national emergency over the... [Read More]
White House drug addiction commission recommends president declare a national emergency over the deadly opioids epidemic. [Read More]
The world has made major progress in the fight against AIDS – an epidemic that over the last four decades has killed 35 million people... [Read More]
For the first time ever, more than half of all people living with HIV have access to treatment. Deaths from the disease have declined by... [Read More]
The nine-month U.S.-backed offensive to expel Islamic State militants from Mosul was a relentless and savage fight. Now that that it has been won, another... [Read More]
A cholera outbreak in Yemen that has infected more than 300,000 people and caused more than 1,700 deaths in the last few months is propelling... [Read More]
More than 85,000 migrants have risked the perilous Mediterranean crossing to reach Italy this year, a 20% increase over the same period in 2016. At... [Read More]
Young American women are poorer than their mothers and grandmothers were when they were young, more likely to commit suicide and be shut out of... [Read More]
Young American women are poorer than their mothers and grandmothers were when they were young, more likely to commit suicide and be shut out of... [Read More]
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