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Scientists at Yale University have found that quantum jumps are not as instantaneous or as unpredictable as scientists previously thought.
Hog Island Oyster Co., a company in Marshall, California, has partnered with the University of California, Davis to combat ocean acidification.
The Czech Republic media landscape is dominated by oligarchs, so journalists are starting independent outlets to keep the free press alive.
In an issue like abortion, no side can claim a monopoly on conscience. Finding a deeper humanity, however, is a momentous step toward healing.
As climate change and shifting industry practices reshape the fishing business in Maine, seaweed is becoming an attractive alternative crop.
When a family outing became plagued with irritability and frustration, a church service brought much-needed spiritual refreshment, enabling the family to see how God’s harmony dispels the “clouds” that would obscure our God-given joy and patience.
Guatemala voted Sunday, after a campaign season in which five of more than 20 candidates were disqualified. A final election is expected in August.
There are more school counselors available to students today than at any time in the last 30 years, meaning that kids have increased access to help.
Access to abortion has been declining dramatically in parts of the U.S., like the South. Part Four of our series, "Looking past Roe."
Investigative reporter Ivan Golunov was freed June 11 as authorities, in a rare admission of error, pledged to take action against the police who framed him. His arrest had received international attention and raised concerns over the difficulties Russian journalists face.
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