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So many classic children’s books are problematic now. But the detective series starring Nancy Drew has proved to be an exception.
Ukraine has been the site of the political affairs of Paul Manafort, the business dealings of Hunter Biden, and the investigations of Rudy Giuliani.
In good news this week: New York City's poverty levels are at their lowest since the 1970s, harbor seals are returning to the Thames River, and more.
At a Monitor Breakfast, acting USCIS Director Ken Cuccinelli said, 'The question is, do you need congressional action or can the executive act on their own?'
After water-supply scares this summer, Chennai is welcoming fall rains. But residents worry better planning is needed to avoid long-term water issues.
Why glorify buying ripped jeans? Readers wrote in to discuss this topic, as well as the importance of education and India’s economic growth.
Returned migrants sometimes receive support getting back on their feet in Nigeria. But how can short-term help become long-term success?
The Swedish Academy had postponed the award last year after a scandal. The winners are Polish author Olga Tokarczuk and Austrian writer Peter Handke.
Millions of American children live with a parent who has a substance use disorder. "Sesame Street" wants to help families talk about it.
It often seems as if conflict and diversity – racial, cultural, or otherwise – go hand in hand. But recognizing one another as unique, valued members of God’s family brings harmony to our interactions.
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