President Paul Kagame backers abroad should pay more attention to the country?s worsening human rights abuses. read more
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The United States is urgently warning the Iraqi government to prepare its people for the dam?s failure, fearing up to 500,000 could be killed if repa read more
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The real estate mogul won?t be the president, just as the former Alabama governor wasn?t. But losers as well as winners shape the future. read more
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In a new film, Ms. Smith plays an ornery homeless woman. ?It was a change from all those hats and clothes in ?Downton,?? she said. read more
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Companies like Sadel Tech and government initiatives are aiming to bring more young Arabs into the technology work force. read more
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Justice Samuel Alito actively dislikes a longstanding precedent protecting public-union funding. Now he has another chance to kill it. read more
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On their own or served over rice, polenta or salads, or added to soups and stews, home-cooked beans are the foundation for a simple, healthy and sati read more
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No one can accurately predict the short-term path of the stock market. But even if no single reliable indicator exists, there are some signs to watch read more
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Society is getting a free ride on our unrewarded contributions to the perpetuation of the human race. read more
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A police raid in Bulgaria was heralded as a rare success against the trafficking of antiquities, but it also highlighted the barriers officials face. read more
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With high winds, ice-slicked beams and dangling concrete panels, working on the bridge can be dangerous, but the crews say they feel a special verve. read more
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A salary cap for college football and men?s basketball players would not break the bank or completely abandon free-market principles. Here?s how it m read more
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