Professors once disdained Wikipedia, but now assign their science students to rewrite it

Facing election anxiety, some Latinos turn to the supernatural

’They put us through hell’: A Marine abused at boot camp explains why he spoke out

Amid immigration debate, new border chief seeks to turn around beleaguered force

Scientist solves perplexing mystery of identity thief Lori Ruff

Plan to Let Migrant Children Attend School Enrages Many Greeks

In China, where dogs are both pets and meat, a prestigious competition runs into controversy

Does Chicago hot dog king have WWII Japanese admiral’s gold tooth?

Despite state barriers, cities push to expand high-speed internet

New Smithsonian museum confronts the story of slavery

Parents often battle to get their children mental health services at school

In a hungry Venezuela, buying too much food can get you arrested

’Believe me’: People say Trump’s language is impacting political discourse bigly

South African sidewalk bookseller believes in the power to change lives

Hanging on in Navajo Nation: First the water turned orange, then the air went bad

More states focusing on Native American students

From Where Ex-Taliban Minister Sits, Demand Is Growing for Afghan Peace

Hawaiian seafood caught by foreign crews confined on boats

Young Iranians push boundaries

Are ‘instant runoffs’ a better way to vote?

3 Americans kidnapped in Iraq in January tell their story

Can Uber and Lyft save carpooling?

Aspiring agents learn from mistakes of FBI’s ‘shameful’ investigation of Martin Luther King Jr.

Parolas esperanton? Esperanto language still has appeal in Brazil

Iran’s quest to buy Boeing aircraft

States ditch and dial back sales tax holidays

Aurora massacre survivors sued. How did 4 end up owing the theater $700K?

China fueling a submarine arms race in the Asia-Pacific

Pellet Guns Used in Kashmir Protests Cause ‘Dead Eyes’ Epidemic

Penalizing Women For Covering Too Little, And Then Too Much

Panama Papers: The big game’s in Africa, but safari companies are offshore

93,000 people voluntarily left Japan for North Korea. Or did they?

‘I Have a Black Son in Baltimore’: Anxious New Parents and an Era of Unease


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