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Fixes: A Comeback for African National Parks

By PATRICK ADAMS

As wildlife authorities on the continent work with nonprofit organizations to secure ecologically valuable landscapes, populations of large mammals have grown.

Florida Student, 11, Arrested After Dispute Over His Refusal to Say Pledge of Allegiance

By CHRISTINE HAUSER and MATTHEW HAAG

The student had not recited the pledge all school year at his middle school in Lakeland, Fla., but a substitute teacher confronted him about it this month.

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At Wisconsin High School, Accusations of Body Shaming at a Cheerleading Banquet

By JULIET MACUR

Members of a high school cheerleading squad received awards mocking their breasts, backsides and weight, prompting complaints from parents and a warning letter from the A.C.L.U.

Good Samaritans rescue woman from burning car in Louisiana

By Travis Fedschun

A group of good Samaritans are being hailed as heroes after rescuing a woman from a burning vehicle in Louisiana on Monday after it was struck by a suspected drunk driver.

George Washington's Farewell Address to be read on Senate floor in annual tradition

By Chad Pergram

Sen. Deb Fischer, R-Neb., will follow a Senate tradition when the Senate meets again next week. The first order of business is for Fischer to read George Washington’s Farewell Address aloud on the floor.

George Washington's Farewell Address to be read on Senate floor in annual tradition

By Chad Pergram

Sen. Deb Fischer, R-Neb., will follow a Senate tradition when the Senate meets again next week. The first order of business is for Fischer to read George Washington’s Farewell Address aloud on the floor.

The Creeping Liberalism in American Islam

By MUSTAFA AKYOL

Far from spreading Shariah, as Islamophobes have suggested, America’s Muslim clerics are focusing on a more familiar trend: youngsters blending into American life.

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Elizabeth Warren’s Native American Ancestry Draws a Shrug From These Voters

By ASTEAD W. HERNDON

Interviews with three dozen Democrats found exhaustion or lack of interest in the presidential candidate’s ancestry, reflecting a disconnect between some voters and Washington insiders.

Galleries From A to Z Sued Over Websites the Blind Can’t Use

By ELIZABETH A. HARRIS

The number of lawsuits nationwide nearly tripled in 2018. Is it an overdue move for the rights of the disabled or a way for lawyers to make a quick buck?

Sailor in iconic World War II kissing photo in Times Square dies at 95

By Travis Fedschun

The sailor shown kissing a woman in New York's Time Square in an iconic photo that captured the ecstatic celebrations at the end of World War II died Sunday in Rhode Island, according to family members.

For a Black Mathematician, What It’s Like to Be the β€˜Only One’

By AMY HARMON

Fewer than 1 percent of doctorates in math are awarded to African-Americans. Edray Goins, who earned one of them, found the upper reaches of the math world a challenging place.

For a Black Mathematician, What It’s Like to Be the β€˜Only One’

By AMY HARMON

Fewer than 1 percent of doctorates in math are awarded to African-Americans. Edray Goins, who earned one of them, found the upper reaches of the math world a challenging place.

Jasper Johns, American Legend

By M.H. MILLER

The artist’s work has managed to speak both to and for the country’s consciousness for the last 60 years — and he’s not done yet.

Hungry City: Inspiring Loyalty, and Serving Chickenjoy at Jollibee

By LIGAYA MISHAN

The fried chicken at this beloved Filipino chain, with outposts in Woodside, Queens, and now Manhattan, has a craggy, crunchy skin that people wait in line for.

Why Do South Asians Have Such High Rates of Heart Disease?

By ANAHAD O’CONNOR

“We all have someone in our first-degree circle that has either died suddenly or had premature cardiovascular disease,” said one researcher.

U.S. Airlines to Offer New Gender Options for Non-Binary Passengers

By ZACH WICHTER

American, Delta and United are among the carriers planning to allow passengers to choose something other than ‘male’ or ‘female’ when buying their tickets.

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