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. argues that under Trump, America is starting to act like a revisionist power, determined to upend the international status quo:
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Why fairy tales are full of animal-human romances, by
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., , and discuss France’s overlapping colonial and athletic legacies in light of the country's World Cup win:
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Streams of lava in Indonesia, World Cup celebrations in France, ginormous replicas of animals, and a model from the World Bodypainting Festival, all from 's best of the week:
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The sun’s chemical makeup determines its life span, but scientists struggle to agree on the numbers. If their estimates are wrong, the sun could burn out a billion years earlier than expected. reports:
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In deep reefs that supposedly could act as refuges for endangered corals, scientists found plastic junk, invasive creatures, bleaching, and enough fishing line to risk tangling divers, reports:
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Filmmaker Brad Bischoff shares the captivating story of his father-in-law, a migrant worker who put himself through law school and became financially successful with a family of his own, in his meditative short film, "Field Song." From :
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New songs (and deeds) by push beyond altruism and into action, writes:
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Listen to talk about his reporting on the separation of families at the Texas border on this week’s , and watch the trailer for his upcoming documentary here:
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. appeared on to talk about his reporting at the Texas border on families being separated by ICE. Watch the trailer for his upcoming documentary here:
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Radio Atlantic celebrates its first anniversary with a keepers of the year episode. Find it on :
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Matthew Kirschenbaum 13h
"Microfilm machines trained people’s eyes to read differently." Your Sunday morning read is (Craig Saper) on microfilm's embarrassment of riches:
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The heart-on-sleeve storytelling of 'Blindspotting' is the film's biggest strength—and its biggest weakness, writes
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What will abortion look like if Roe is overturned? A lot of it will be done through the mail, reports
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Onye Nkuzi 7h
Very interesting read. The Clinton administration got IMF to give Yeltsin a $10 billion loan, which he used to rig an election - which he won.
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If the U.S. president is afraid to stress differences with Russia at a press conference, why should allies count on him to confront Russia at all? and Philip Gordon ask:
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Phyllis Fagell, LCPC 19h
“Young people routinely mistake “find your passion” to mean “pick your interest early and do not waver from it,” rather than “constantly search for the things that make your soul alive and pursue them diligently.” ⁦
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The White House wouldn't rule out a Russian request. State unequivocally rejects it. Who should Americans believe? takes a look
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The EPA's "scientific transparency" rule will undermine human health and has nothing to do with scientific transparency, say scientists and doctors. reports:
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By killing off large animals, humans have created a landscape shaped more by fear than fearlessness, reports.
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