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Today β€” November 20th 2019Your RSS feeds

AIDS Memorial Quilt to Return Home to San Francisco

By Lauren Messman

The quilt’s more than 50,000 panels will move to the National AIDS Memorial, while its archive of personal items will go to the Library of Congress.

Yesterday β€” November 19th 2019Your RSS feeds

US ends sanction waivers for Iran’s Fordow nuclear plant

By Georgi Gotev

The United States announced Monday (18 November) it would halt sanctions waivers for Iran's Fordow plant, likely ending a key component of a landmark nuclear deal after Tehran said it had resumed enrichment activities.

Trey Edward Shults’s Fractured Family Portraits

By Reggie Ugwu

At 31, the director of “Waves” has made his third and most personal film about how families come together and fall apart.

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Cleaning Up After My Brother’s Fatal Overdose

By Amber Cowie

The mark he left in the world was his bloodstain. I hired a trauma cleaning company to erase it.

A Mother’s Love, Knitted Up in a Flock of Turkey Hats

By Perri Klass, M.D.

My daughter wanted brown hats with two stuffed drumsticks artfully positioned, one on each side — like wearing a roasted turkey, just out of the oven, on your head.

Russia’s EU ambassador: The fall of the Berlin Wall was β€˜a victory of common sense’

By Georgi Gotev

In a wide-ranging interview, Russia’s Ambassador to the EU Vladimir Chizhov spoke about gas transit talks with Ukraine, NATO and EU enlargement, nuclear arms control, Russia’s sales of the S-400 anti-aircraft system, the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and Brexit.

FAFSA Says How Much You Can Pay for College. It’s Often Wrong.

By Tara Siegel Bernard

The form opens the door to student aid. But it’s “a terrible measure of what people can actually afford,” one expert said. And many families will be asked to pay more, anyway.

β€˜Black Radical’ Remembers a Bold Life and Reclaims It for Our Current Moment

By Jennifer Szalai

Kerri K. Greenidge tells the story of William Monroe Trotter, born in 1872, an outspoken and indefatigable figure who both inspired and antagonized his contemporaries.

Cleaning Up After My Brother’s Fatal Overdose

By Amber Cowie

The mark he left in the world was his bloodstain. I hired a trauma cleaning company to erase it.

Maryland Popeyes customer attacked by six juveniles, police say

By Dom Calicchio

Police in Maryland received a call Tuesday night that six juveniles in black hoods attacked a man in his 50s at a Popeyes restaurant in Silver Spring.

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