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NPR: ‘The Last Million’ Sheds Light On Middle East History, Newer Refugee Policy Failures

Americans tend to think World War II ended cleanly and neatly, with a raucous celebration in Times Square, followed by a pivot...

CNN: Why this Woodward book is devastating to Trump

"Rage" may be Bob Woodward's most important book since "All the President's Men," in which he and Carl Bernstein laid out...

NPR: Coronavirus FAQs: What Are The New Dating Rules? And What About Hooking Up?

If you're wondering when it will be safe to date again — or how to do it — you're not alone.

AP: Review: Novel ‘Monogamy’ explores unconditional love

“Monogamy,” by Sue Miller (HarperCollins) Even after reading all 338-plus pages of Sue Miller’s new novel, it’s hard to...

CNN: Even in the US, South Asians say caste has proved hard to escape

Sam Cornelius knew that something was amiss when his job performance review unexpectedly took a huge hit one year.

BBC: US election 2020: Guide to the presidential debates

US President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden will go head-to-head in three debates prior to the US election.

NPR: College Is Important. So Is Mental Health. Here’s How To Study Without Burning Out

You've signed up for classes, you've learned your way around the virtual course system — and now, you've got to make sure...

NPR: Welcome To Story Hour: 100 Favorite Books For Young Readers

It's been such a strange, lost summer. Camps and schools and activities have shut down during the pandemic, leaving kids and caregivers...

AP: VIRUS DIARY: She has her cake, but others can’t eat it, too

When my birthday rolled around in June, I had to face the fact that, thanks to COVID-19, I would not be having...

CNN: Melania Trump offers what her husband simply can’t

If President Donald Trump wanted to win over undecided voters, you would not have known it by watching the first two...

BBC: How do you fix healthcare’s medical waste problem?

Coronavirus has made medical waste more visible than ever, but the environmental footprint of healthcare goes much further – and reducing...

NPR: In ‘Blood On The River,’ The Berbice Rebellion Foreshadows Later Insurgencies

America suffers continued, devastating fallout from chattel slavery. Our nation did not act alone; Europe's colonial powers also reaped...

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