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A Christian human rights lawyer is demanding Egypt's courts grant her an equal inheritance. Similar proposals have been hailed by Muslim feminists.
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In a controversial White House visit, President Trump said he was a "big fan" of Turkey’s authoritarian leader but also exposed him to U.S. Senate critics.
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Hezbollah amassed great power even as its fighters died in Syria. But the bold uprising in Lebanon has brought quiet Shiite grumblings into the open.
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At Harvard and Northwestern, student journalists face blowback for reporting on protests. Can they balance a free press with wishes of student body?
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Winter is a time to look back on the year and prepare for the future. Get in a thoughtful mood with the 10 best books of November 2019.
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The rise of Latino power in California began with Proposition 187, a 1994 ballot initiative that sought to deny services to unauthorized immigrants.
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Evo Morales’ controversial departure from Bolivia marks the start of the country’s next chapter. But the path ahead is far from clear.
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The Salvation Army says a drop in thrift shop revenues is a reason it has closed some of its long-term care facilities for treating substance abuse.
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Modern technology has revolutionized food production, but newer isn't always better. A growing crop of farmers see a better future in silvopasture.
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At airports and other ports of entry, phones and computers are often searched. A federal court said warrantless searches violate the Fourth Amendment.
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The Christian Science Monitor Nov 16
Compelling readers to recalibrate their own opinions – to look at the world dynamically and flexibly – is healthy. And it’s how fake news is defeated.
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The Christian Science Monitor Nov 16
A pair of studies published this week expand our understanding of the ocean’s tiniest organisms, underscoring the vital role of the mighty microbe.
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The Christian Science Monitor Nov 16
When HBO’s new series “Watchmen” depicted a 1921 massacre of black people in the streets of Tulsa, Oklahoma, many viewers assumed it was fiction.
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The Christian Science Monitor Nov 16
Remember the dogged, wisecracking reporters of yore? As in “Good Night, and Good Luck” and “All the President’s Men”? That spirit is still alive.
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The Christian Science Monitor Nov 16
At Harvard and Northwestern, student journalists face blowback for reporting on protests. Can they balance a free press with wishes of student body?
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The Christian Science Monitor Nov 16
At the permafrost melts, the costal village of Alaska works to save ancient artifacts that give insight into their cultural history.
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The Christian Science Monitor Nov 16
Set for a climate conference in Madrid, Greta Thunberg embarked for Spain after an Australian family answered her call for a low-carbon way home.
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The Christian Science Monitor Nov 15
A new federal focus aims at supporting citizens and communities to keep guns away from troubled individuals. Short of banning guns, local efforts may be the best prevention.
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The Christian Science Monitor Nov 15
Migration is one of the world’s most pressing issues. Western democracy is being reshaped by how people live – or don’t – with different cultures.
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The Christian Science Monitor Nov 15
Hong Kong’s protests have dominated headlines for months. But today’s crisis has roots in deeper divides with the mainland that date back generations.
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