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From the Forbidden City to UChicago, art historian searches for ‘a human perspective’

When Prof. Wu Hung lived in the Forbidden City as a young scholar in the 1970s, he felt the constant presence of...

VOA: Iraqis Elections Democratic Test or Political Theater?

At a cafe in the Iraqi capital, 19-year-old Hamad shows pictures of his time protesting in 2019, in what some called the...

VOA: Analysts: Thaw in Sino-US Trade Dispute Would Lift World Supply Chains, Dent Southeast Asia

A thaw in the Sino-U.S. trade dispute, as hinted in Washington this past week, would help restore global supply chains but thin...

NPR: Goodbye, Columbus? Here’s what Indigenous Peoples’ Day means to Native Americans

This year marks the first time a U.S. president has officially recognized Indigenous Peoples' Day.

Illinois professor maps how to limit misinformation on Facebook

URBANA – Lawmakers can’t effectively control misinformation on Facebook. What they can do is limit the reach of the social media giant.

VOA: Troubled Student Loan Forgiveness Program Gets an Overhaul

The Biden administration is moving to relax the rules for a student loan forgiveness program that has been criticized for its notoriously...

VOA: Conflict on Colombia-Venezuela Border Fuels Sexual Violence

Gunfire echoes from a nearby “trocha,” an informal border crossing, where Venezuelan migrant Yuberthi once made her living.

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From studying a mutation related to the spread of colorectal cancer, to identifying biomarkers that might predict the outcome in cases of...

Urbana Park District hiring head coach and assistant coach for Tiger Sharks swim team!

Urbana Park District is hiring one head coach and an assistant coach for the year-round Tiger Shark swim team. The...