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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.
As the United Arab Emirates asserts itself as a rising Gulf power, its tradition of religious tolerance toward non-Muslims is emerging as an asset.
The Monitor asked, Have you taken any action in your own life in response to gun violence? Here are some of the 100-plus replies.
If you’ve been a Monitor reader for a while, you are probably aware that spinning through the heart of this organization is the pursuit of stories that find hope and humanity even in seemingly hopeless places – such as war-torn Syria where Dominique Soguel has found ways to penetrate the violence to discover people who possess boundless resilience and strength of spirit.
Uzma Jalaluddin’s debut novel ‘Ayesha at Last’ charms with its witty and insightful update of ‘Pride and Prejudice.’
Schools in Cameroon’s Anglophone regions have been frequent targets in a separatist conflict. Nearly 1 million kids – like Bless – are out of school.
Support for single-payer health care seems to have risen over the past year or so, but such a plan presents complex, and controversial, choices.
Baltimore is offering a challenging curriculum that speaks directly to students’ lives and may help them write a positive new narrative for the city.
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