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The perpetrators of lynching were not outlaws. They were pillars of their communities: wealthy planters and business owners, employers, neighbours. Sometimes they were helped by the police From
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Groups that suffered the hardest blows during the recession have since enjoyed a disproportionate share of the hot economy's gains
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The questions America needs to ask are not just what did the president know and when did he know it—but also what are voters and Republican elected officials willing to tolerate in the name of partisan advantage
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The style and themes of Irish-American politics now dominate American politics
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India's GDP per person has increased by 80% in ten years but average happiness has fallen considerably
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The insect decline documented in Europe and America could be even greater than it seems
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Blockchain technology is already being used to track shipping containers around the world
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In the West, white-nationalist violence is catching up with the jihadist variety and has in some places overtaken it
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What are the dates to look out for in the rest of 2019? Our editors gaze into the future in “The world ahead” podcast
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The current craze for bronze statues seems to equal the Victorian one, numerically. It is also close to an artistic match
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If a country's TV schedules reflect its preoccupations, Britain's must be bake-offs, island love and migration to the southern hemisphere
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The search has been on for long-lasting power sources for pacemakers. One team thinks they have the answer
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The discovery site was loaded with spectacularly well-preserved fossils of soft-bodied creatures
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Five years after authoritarians silenced it, the Arab street is regaining its voice
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More than 75 years after Jews were massacred in Lithuania, new memorials pay homage to their memory
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In an interview with The Economist, Alexis Tsipras seemed more focused on his legacy than on the future
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Plenty of American presidents have been caught up in scandals. Donald Trump is the first to be investigated over a hostile foreign power
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Insects are indicators of ecosystem health. Their decline is a warning to pay attention—before it really is too late
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Economic issues tend to be more important in Canadian elections than political controversies
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Robert Mueller has submitted his report. What now?
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