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Intensely personal, intensely political, the abortion debate rarely changes minds. The one bright spot: Abortion numbers are falling.
Heroic work by teachers and administrators often makes a difference in public education. But good schools take more than that.
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Two decades ago, the mental momentum in Europe seemed fully in favor of greater unity. Now it's stalled. Will 'Brexit' reverse it?
It's fashionable to bash shoe-leather journalism as obsolete in the digital age. It's impossible to understand how the world and its people tick without it.
With both resettlement and repatriation unlikely, the world's displaced people constitute the biggest refugee crisis in 70 years.
Political parties are seldom beloved, but they keep the fires of politics burning when the people are busy with their lives.
As the demographics of the United States changes, becoming majority minority, a deeper level of diversity and inclusion is needed.
Millions of people face adversity, trials, and setbacks. Rather than haunting them, however, traumas often empower them.
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From Southeast Asia to Latin America, past conflicts -- conflicts that once consumed the world's attention -- have been overcome. Today's will be as well.
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Looking critically at the past is important. Remembering that the people of the past are people like us is also important.
The fight to end sexual violence has made marked progress in recent years. But the fight is far from over.
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Each wave of immigration has reshaped the United States. Each wave has also worried those who arrived earlier.
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