Myriad Frustrations Draw Colombians Back Onto the Streets

Colombians voice opposition to a government many say only looks after the elite

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How the Trade War is Hurting Forests Around the World

Sustainable U.S. hardwood is losing market share to illegal logging because of tariffs.

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How safe is vaping? New human studies assess chronic harm to heart and lungs

Reports of lung injuries from e-cigarettes splash across the news these days, but the...

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U.S. Criticizes China for Abuses Revealed by Leaked Cables

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo slammed China's "significant human rights abuses"

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Lebanon Clashes Threaten to Crack Open Political Fault Lines

For weeks, the Lebanese security forces have taken pains to protect anti-government protesters, in...

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Judge: McGahn Must Comply With House Subpoena to Testify in Impeachment Inquiry

It's a setback to President Trump’s effort to keep his top aides from testifying

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The Navy named a destroyer after Army’s football coach?

It’s not every day that a news release moves across the Associated Press wire alerting editors...

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Teen Killed by New York City Train While Subway Surfing

Over the weekend a teenager was killed by a subway in New York City while train surfing.

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The History of Modern Mass Incarceration of African Americans Goes Deeper Than You May Think

This post is in partnership with the History News Network, the website that puts the news into...

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Spain working to raise submarine thought to hold cocaine

Spanish police were studying Monday how to refloat a submarine believed to be carrying tons of...

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Nearly 100 soldiers tried to earn the Army’s newest badge. Here’s how many succeeded.

The Expert Soldier Badge is built to challenge soldiers on basic warfighting skills such as fitness,...

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The 10 Best YA and Children's Books of 2019

The best of this year’s young adult, middle grade and children’s books help young readers understand the world around them. Jonah Winter’s The Sad Little...

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Retired colonels bribed active-duty officers, payed military spouse $1.2 million for ‘no-show’ job,...

A retired Army colonel pleaded guilty in federal court last week to conspiracy to defraud the U.S....

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The Real Rob Bilott of 'Dark Waters' is Only Getting Started

Rob Bilott, a corporate lawyer-turned-environmental crusader, doesn’t much care if he’s made enemies...

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'Frozen 2' Shatters Holiday Box Records With $127 Million Domestic Debut

The original remained in the top 10 at the box office for 17 weeks

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Here's How to Order a Car in London if Uber Ban Is Enacted

Uber lost its London license on Monday, and could soon disappear from its roads

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Charles Schwab to Buy TD Ameritrade in $28.3 Billion Deal That Will Reshape Retail Brokerage...

Schwab will now have even more sway over the sector

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Pete Buttigieg Releases A Long-Term Care and Retirement Plan

For Democratic presidential candidate and South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg, the issue of long-term care is personal. Because Medicare does not cover most long-term care costs, a social ...

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The Democratic Party Is Making Early Endorsements in Senate Primaries. Grassroots Activists Aren’t...

For grassroots candidates running for the U.S. Senate, one big, national endorsement can make or...

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Column: Hong Kong's Elections Create Chance for Dialogue

All parties must seize the opportunity, argue Brian Wong and John Mak

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Carolina field hockey claims eighth national title :: WRALSportsFan.com

Winston-Salem, N.C. — The UNC field hockey team is perfect again. The top-ranked Tar Heels beat No....

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Hong Kong Elections: What the Pro-Democracy Victory Means

Pro-democracy parties won a landslide victory in Hong Kong on Sunday, in an election that was widely...

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Answer Man: How many animals does Buncombe shelter take in? Adopt out? I-40 night work?

Question: A friend of mine recently adopted two cats from the Buncombe County Animal Shelter. How...

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The 10 Best Nonfiction Books of 2019

The best nonfiction books published in 2019 look to the past in order to better understand the present. Some revisit conflicts that have shaped the...

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DUI, drug cases recently handled by Judge Herbst in Monroeville

Monroeville District Court Judge Jeffrey Herbst handled these cases recently. Defendants will have...

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A 1,300-mile journey: Pitcairn man walks to Orlando on fundraising mission in honor of late mother

Gary Agate was a man on a mission. The president of PitCare -- a nonprofit that works to better the...

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Cancel Culture Is Not Real—At Least Not in the Way People Think

“Has cancel culture gone too far?” The question felt impossible to ignore this year. Cancel culture...

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Grants to fund hillside stabilization, demolition in Pitcairn, Wilmerding

By screening submissions, we provide a space where readers can share intelligent and informed...

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How an Italian Self-Defense Class Uses Books to Fight Hate

'The mind is our most powerful muscle, and books are the instruments to keep it fit'

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