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A loud, angry and clear call for change came from Fort Lauderdale on Saturday as survivors of a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School,... [Read More]
The declaration would allow Ethiopian security forces to crack down on demonstrations, ban some publications from distributing material, and establish a special court for people... [Read More]
It's too soon to say the flu season has peaked, but it's at least possible it may have plateaued. [Read More]
Facebook and Twitter were played by Russian propagandists and it's not clear if the companies have taken sufficient action to prevent something similar from happening... [Read More]
When bullets enter a human body, they don't just pierce tissue, they shatter bones and dislocate limbs. [Read More]
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Actress Michelle Williams discusses her new film. [Read More]
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Dating Apps' impact on our love lives and Director Ridley Scott. [Read More]
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In this excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary Dolores, see how Dolores Huerta, when a young community organizer in 1959, quickly made a name for... [Read More]
The epicenter is a rural area of western Oaxaca state near the Pacific coast and the border with Guerrero state. [Read More]
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Friday on the NewsHour, the Justice Department indicts more than a dozen Russian operatives for trying to influence the 2016 election. Also: The FBI apologizes... [Read More]
Trump is expected to meet with officials from the Broward County Sheriff's Office later Friday. [Read More]
Sir Francis Galton, who first coined the idea of eugenics, was born on this day in 1822. We come today not to praise Galton but... [Read More]
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Watch full-length episodes of PBS documentary series FRONTLINE for free. Bitter Rivals: Iran and Saudi Arabia - FRONTLINE investigates how a dangerous rivalry between... [Read More]
According to The New Yorker, former Playboy model Karen McDougal alleges she had an affair with President Trump more than a decade ago, resulting in... [Read More]
Mother Jones Washington bureau chief David Corn and National Review senior editor Ramesh Ponnuru join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week's news, including criminal charges... [Read More]
The EPA has said all the charter flights were necessary and previously approved by ethics lawyers. [Read More]
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The Winter Olympics are in full swing, and we're seeing athletes compete at seriously high levels. Can we improve much beyond today's performances? [Read More]
The festivities mark one of the largest annual human migrations in the world, as millions of Chinese journey home to celebrate with family and friends. [Read More]
Current U.S. immigration law severely limits family-based immigration, one of the policies at the heart of the current immigration debate in the Senate. [Read More]
Marley Dias, a 13-year-old girl who has collected more than 11,000 books that showcase black female lead characters, can now add her own book to... [Read More]
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