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Here’s How the World Looks When We Use Up All of Our Water

Walking toward the shrinking remnants of what used to be the Aral Sea in Uzbekistan was like entering hell. All…

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Why Judges in the Trump Jan. 6 Trial Need a Rocket Docket

If Donald Trump is the Republican nominee for president in 2024, it’s now clear he will likely still have criminal…

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Hepatitis C Kills 15,000 Americans a Year. That Number Should Be Zero.

A little over a decade ago, I watched my brother in-law Rick Boterf die of complications from infection with the…

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‘We Don’t Want to Let It Go’: A Family Farm in Ireland Prevails

OpinionSupported by SKIP ADVERTISEMENT‘We Don’t Want to Let It Go’: A Family Farm in Ireland Prevails Nov. 28, 2023, 5:00…

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Mellon Foundation Doubles Funding for U.S. Monuments, Pledging a Total $500 Million

The philanthropy will add to its ongoing initiative to tell diverse stories with new monuments in public spaces over the…

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At the Chicago Architecture Biennial, Artists Run Free

Faheem Majeed, a member of the art collective the Floating Museum and one of the artistic directors of this year’s…

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We Know War Is Awful, So Why Is It Making a Comeback?

The two bloodiest wars of the past two years have been results of tragic miscalculations. A third war, which has…

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How Geert Wilders Won

A country where depopulating rural areas are losing physicians, bus stops and elementary schools while urban areas thrive is fertile…

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Nikki Haley Is Coming for Your Retirement

It feels like years ago, but actually only a few months have passed since many big Republican donors seemed to…

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Amid Parthenon Dispute, Sunak Cancels Meeting With Mitsotakis

After the prime minister of Greece called for the British Museum to return the Parthenon marbles, his British counterpart abruptly…

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