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Sunday’s bombings show why the island nation’s recent moves toward reconciliation need to be revived.
The Mueller report leaves a shadow over President Trump about possible obstruction of justice, but it also offers insights on how acts of conscience can turn events.
Under new tax rules, patient investors can now lift up distressed areas with new businesses over 10 years, reducing geographic inequality in the U.S.
A dictator finally admits his regime has a humanitarian crisis and lets in foreign aid from the Red Cross. His reversal will help expose other lies and bring back democracy.
The fire in the iconic Gothic cathedral did not destroy its original role as a gathering place for grand purposes. Its restoration will only affirm the ideas that shaped the famed structure.
The top quality in a leader expected by young voters is honesty, a sign that a coming election may help hasten Indonesia’s efforts against corruption.
The protests that helped oust a dictator revealed a rejection of a regime’s many attempts to create enemies as a way to stay in power. The unity of the protesters on shared ideals may still win out.
The first image of a black hole raises as many questions as it answers about the nature of time, space, and matter.
A worldwide slowdown requires more ‘synchronized’ policies between countries to ensure the greater good prevails.
Elections for Parliament could add momentum to anti-corruption reforms of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Just as the country was set for a reconciliation conference to design a democracy, the strongest warlord attacks the capital, perhaps on a mistaken belief that Libyans want dictatorship. The UN has proved him wrong.
By their tactics, millions of demonstrators in the North African nation set an alternative to the military’s long use of force to dictate who rules.
The highly sophisticated – and to some, highly addictive – video game requires parents to be more sophisticated in how they guide their kids to interact with Fortnite’s newest versions.
In the finest American tradition, the winner and loser in the April 2 mayoral contest met in a gracious, postelection moment of unity. May other politicians take note.
Elections in Turkey and Slovakia saw winners who reject hateful and polarizing rhetoric with promises of healing across political divides.
Central America, Mexico, and the U.S. can recognize each other’s urgent needs and stem the flow of families seeking asylum.
In many contests, a recent trend in favor of an anti-corruption norm is showing up. It is all part of building “Planet Integrity.”
The fall of the militant group’s last enclave also brought a plea for an international court to try the captured foreign fighters. The U.N. must heed the plea.
As more states rush to legalize sports betting, college athletics are pleading for help against gambling’s influence. Schools need to buckle down on their values of meretricious achievement.
By preparing for a return of democracy and economic health, the interim president and his foreign partners can create an incentive for a transition of power.
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