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Atlanta Refused To Give Up On Homelessness. It’s Working.
Homelessness in Atlanta has been mostly declining for a decade. A new commitment to funding and wraparound programs speaks to a city’s persistence.
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NASA Eyes The Ocean: How The Deep Sea Could Unlock Outer Space
In the search for extraterrestrial life, scientists turn to the ocean for inspiration. The research has spurred collaborations between oceanographers and NASA.
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Encircling The Interrupters With Civility
Candidates who interrupt each other in debates may be on the losing end of citizen campaigns to restore civility in politics.
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Why Saudi-UAE Alliance Is Cracking: Yemen, Iran, And Trump
Recent shifts in the prolonged Yemen conflict show how the Trump-friendly Saudi-UAE power relationship, a bulwark against Iran, is fraying.
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As China Trade War Escalates, Iowa Soybean Country Is Front Line
For soybean farmers, weather is “an uncontrollable.” Now President Trump’s fight with China is, too.
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US Immigration And Families: A Tale From The Holocaust Era
“Nobody Wants Us,” a documentary about an immigration ordeal in 1940, provides food for thought amid current tensions at the U.S. border with Mexico.
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Fury At Elections Snub Brings Moscow’s Professionals Back To Politics
The Moscow protests show the political awakening of Russia’s professional class after being bluntly snubbed by Moscow city authorities.
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The Future Of America’s Past: Should We ‘Explain’ Confederate Statues?
States are debating how to put Confederate statues in historical context – a reminder their meaning is shaped by the 21st century as much as the 19th.The future of America’s past: Should we ‘explain’ Confederate statues?Confederate statues in context
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Genial ‘Blinded By The Light’ Brings Together The Boss And Immigration
“Blinded by the Light,” like another recent movie, “Yesterday,” is about embracing Western music as a way of transcending racial barriers.
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“Wicked Fox” Is An Engrossing – If Convoluted – YA Fantasy
Kat Cho’s debut novel “Wicked Fox” is a little complicated, but the poignantly rendered family relationships and fantasy drama are worth the ride.
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Hail This Taxi, But Hold On Tight – Boda-bodas Swarm Kampala Streets
Uganda motorcycle taxis multiplied to get around Kampala’s notorious traffic. But without adequate planning, unsafe transit is expected to worsen.
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Job Training That Puts People – And Their Community – back On Track
Marvin DeJear’s Evelyn K. Davis Center shows that social service organizations can strengthen whole communities – one person at a time.
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Three Questions On Trump's Greenland Gambit
President Donald Trump wants buy Greenland. That prompted much media scoffing. Denmark's prime minster said, 'no deal.' But the idea may have merit.
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Natural Motivators For Plastic Bans
One global leader in banning the use of plastic, Vanuatu, is also a leader in how to motivate people to adopt a new lifestyle.
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How One African American Mom Tackles Racism Head-on
Following police shootings of African Americans in Missouri, Tiffany Robertson invited her white neighbors to ask her tough questions about race.
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Colombia’s Compassion Is Vital To Venezuela’s Future
The country’s generosity to Venezuelan refugees needs to be matched by foreign donors. Such aid gives hope to Venezuelans to resist their brutal regime.
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In Afghanistan, Weaving Ancient Industry Back Into Global Market
As Afghanistan seeks to restore full ownership of its carpet industry, merchants talk of the soul captured in the modern versions of this ancient art.
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Political Turmoil In Italy As Far-right Reaches For The Reins
The resignation of Italy’s prime minister Tuesday blocked snap elections that could have put far-right pol Matteo Salvini in the country’s top office.
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Grieving For The Environment, Without Saying ‘Climate Change’
More people are experiencing what some researchers call “ecological grief,” whether or not they believe climate change is caused by humans.
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Warning Signs For Trump In A Famous Swing County
Michigan voters in Macomb County who supported President Donald Trump in 2016 are tiring of his Twitter wars and constant combativeness.
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Touching Down, Taking Off: ‘Turbulence’ Is Masterful, Compelling
The people in David Szalay’s novel travel great distances, but they tend to glide past each other rather than truly connect.
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A School Bus With Hoofs: How One Town Embraces Sustainability
Ungersheim’s environmentally friendly initiatives include ones that promote renewable energy. Local leaders across Europe are taking notes.
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Sunshine On A Shakedown Culture
To break its culture of corruption, the former Soviet state has put a light of transparency on private companies and corrupt low-level officials. One result: a welcome spurt in economic growth.
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College Admissions: Taking Privilege Down A Notch?
The pressure is on to make college admissions more equitable, with less weight on “legacy,” and more on leg work, like teens’ jobs that pay for food.
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The Best Audiobooks Of August Offer Delectable Reading
From a true-crime story to tales of truffles, from a soul-food mystery to a pastry chef’s romance, keep yourself entertained with our reviewer’s best four audiobooks of August.
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Protest And Authoritarianism In The Internet Age
The development of increasingly sophisticated high-tech tools that can quash dissent is raising questions about technology development.
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With Patience And Binoculars, Ugandan Women Build Jobs As Birders
In Uganda’s Mabira Forest, women birders are their own guides. One helped our reporter train his gaze on a feathery find.
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For These Young Socialists, It’s All About Local Control
Socialism is gaining ground in the U.S., even as Republicans treat it as a slur. Democratic socialists in New York value local control.
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Monday Sunrise Briefs: Hong Kong and Portland protests, Venezuela
Here are three news events this weekend: A big, peaceful protest in Hong Kong, secret talks about Venezuela, and an alt-right rally in Portland.
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In The War On Wildfire, California Turns To The Military
In California, soldiers aid efforts to thwart wildfires – efforts that have seen environmental groups and timber interests find common cause.
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