Five myths about love

Are states obligated to provide expensive hepatitis C drugs?

US hasn’t had a bilingual president since FDR

The threat, and the politics, of homegrown terrorism

North Dakota, Built Up by Oil Boom, Has Empty Feeling as Prices Fall

In China, rise of Salafism fosters suspicion and division among Muslims

Taiwan Families Receive Goodbye Letters Decades After Executions

In the Primary On Wikipedia, Trump Leads

Microsoft Goes Underwater for a Data Center Solution

Still Stumping for Dad, Far Off the Trail

How the Internet black market profits off trans discrimination

German Forest Ranger Finds That Trees Have Social Networks, Too

For Mavens of Meat, No Fast Lane to Slow-Cooked Texas Brisket

An alligator in a meth lab? Crime is often stranger than fiction in Washington county

Can the cannabis ‘nuns’ of California save medical marijuana?

State prisons turn to telemedicine to improve health and save money

Venezuela’s Arvelaiz strives for better US relations, but hits a wall

This Texas barbecue joint will give you a discount for carrying a gun

’90s Scandals Have Feminists Wary of Clinton

Northwest tribes unite against giant coal, oil projects

A moose-hunter and his hovercraft tell the Supreme Court Alaska is different

As oil boom cools, North Dakota town plans to develop itself

A California law tests whether sexual offenders can be successfully rehabilitated

Sexual Attacks in Cologne Point to a New Reality

Restaurants Counter Outside Cakes With Cakeage Fees

Manchu, Former Empire’s Language, Hangs On at China’s Edge

Afghan forces struggle as ranks thinned by ‘ghost’ soldiers

Tomato pickers persuade big food companies to sign on to human rights movement

North Korea is a joke, and that’s the problem

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