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Today β€” November 20th 2019Your RSS feeds

How a Native American Resistance Held Alcatraz for 18 Months

By David Treuer

In 1969, the Indians of All Tribes group laid claim to the surplus federal land that was once a federal penitentiary.

Beckett, Beauvoir and a Biographer’s Bumpy Takeoff

By Parul Sehgal

In “Parisian Lives,” the award-winning biographer Deirdre Bair recounts her early career and the obstacles she faced as an ambitious woman.

Yesterday β€” November 19th 2019Your RSS feeds

Amazon Deforestation in Brazil Rose Sharply on Bolsonaro’s Watch

By Ernesto LondoΓ±o and LetΓ­cia Casado

President Jair Bolsonaro has scaled back efforts to fight illegal logging, mining and farming, which have led to widespread destruction in the world’s largest rainforest.

What Happens When Black People Search for Suburban Homes

By Luis FerrΓ©-SadurnΓ­

An undercover investigation on Long Island found that real estate agents treated people of color unequally 40 percent of the time.

Israel Intercepts Four Rockets Launched From Syria

By Isabel Kershner

Days after a clash between Israel and militants in Gaza to the south, tensions rose across the northern frontier.

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Werner G. Doehner, Last Survivor of the Hindenburg, Dies at 90

By Mariel Padilla

He was 8 and traveling with his family when the German airship caught fire and crashed in New Jersey.

The Danger of Traveling Light

By Jay Wellons

You never really know what you are going to need.

How to Succeed in Coach Without Sacrificing Self-Care

By Sheila Marikar

Women’s networking conferences that take place on land are so five years ago. Now they happen in the sky, with spa treatments and reiki.

Navy UFO mystery deepens amid disclosure that 'unknown individuals' told officers to erase evidence

By Chris Ciaccia

Much consternation has occurred since the U.S. Navy acknowledged that the 2004 videos of an encounter with a UFO were real. Now, a new report notes that several Naval officers who witnessed the event, known as the USS Nimitz UFO incident, were told to delete evidence by "unknown individuals."

NASA's next Mars mission will look for signs of alien life

By Chris Ciaccia

NASA recently discovered an oasis on Mars that may have once hosted life and an upcoming mission to the Red Planet is going to see if there is any fossilized evidence of extraterrestrial life.

French banks still fund coal despite finance minister’s plea

By Delphine Cuny

A year ago, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire urged French banks, insurers and asset managers to stop funding any mines or coal plants. Two weeks before the Climate Finance Day (28 November, Paris), a group of NGOs published a report urging them to take a step further. EURACTIV's partner La Tribune reports.

EU citizens at a legal crossroad

By Davide Patteri

The Single Market has torn down the economic barriers all across the EU but the legal discrepancies still stand and citizens find themselves too often at a legal crossroad. A strong EU justice system and legal cooperation across the bloc is key to help Europeans deal with their day to day problems.

Climate Change Poses Threats to Children’s Health Worldwide

By Kendra Pierre-Louis

A study from the Lancet points to infectious diseases, worsening air pollution, rising temperatures and even malnutrition as threats to child health as the climate changes. 

Climate Change Poses Threats to Children’s Health Worldwide

By Kendra Pierre-Louis

A study from the Lancet points to infectious diseases, worsening air pollution, rising temperatures and even malnutrition as threats to child health as the climate changes. 

Climate Change Poses Threats to Children’s Health Worldwide

By Kendra Pierre-Louis

A study from the Lancet points to infectious diseases, worsening air pollution, rising temperatures and even malnutrition as threats to child health as the climate changes. 

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