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Today β€” October 20th 2018Your RSS feeds

A Look at Where North Dakota’s Voter ID Controversy Stands

By MAGGIE ASTOR

The state is embroiled in a battle over Native Americans’ ability to vote under a law the Supreme Court just let take effect.

Man brutally beaten with bike lock in random afternoon attack in NYC

A man was savagely beaten with a bike lock in a random attack just outside the landmark New York Public Library building Friday afternoon before he was saved by two good Samaritans, witnesses and authorities said.

Australia Dispatch: Preserving a Culture by Protecting the Environment

By Photographs and Text by DAVID MAURICE SMITH

The Dhimurru Rangers are one of more than 100 Indigenous groups spread across Australia who are removing thousands of pounds of plastic garbage from the beaches.

Yesterday β€” October 19th 2018Your RSS feeds

Where the Streets Have No Names, the People Have No Vote

By DEIRDRE MASK

The Enlightenment gave us street addresses and ushered in democracy. The Age of Un-Enlightenment is using addresses to usher it out.

New York university replaces 'king' and 'queen' titles with trio of non-gender specific roles

By Caleb Parke

A public university in New York says it's ditching the traditional homecoming court titles and will instead crown three individuals, who may “identify as any gender,” in the name of diversity and inclusion.

Quaker Bets Oat Milk Is More Than Just a Passing Fad

By JULIE CRESWELL

Quaker Oats, a unit of PepsiCo, will enter the fast-growing market for plant-based milk alternatives with a version based on the grain that made it famous.

Australia Dispatch: Preserving a Culture by Protecting the Environment

By Photographs and Text by DAVID MAURICE SMITH

The Dhimurru Rangers are one of more than 100 Indigenous groups spread across Australia who are removing thousands of pounds of plastic garbage from the beaches.

North Carolina man describes how he comforted trooper who was fatally shot

By Stephen Sorace

A North Carolina man on Wednesday described how he comforted a state trooper he found lying in the road after the officer was fatally shot twice during a traffic stop.

Migration control still trumps African β€˜partnership of equals’

By Benjamin Fox

Less than a month after Jean-Claude Juncker’s State of the Union talked of the need for a ‘partnership of equals’ between Africa and the European Union, migration control was once again the main prism through which the EU views Africa...

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Harvard discrimination trial reveals Ivy League school's different SAT standards for Asian-Americans

By Caleb Parke

Harvard University uses different SAT score standards for prospective students based on factors such as race, a fact revealed in a lawsuit alleging the Ivy League school of discriminating against Asian-Americans in its admissions process, which the dean adamantly denies.

Justice Dept. opens probe into child sex abuse in Pennsylvania clergy

By Nicole Darrah

The Justice Department has opened a probe to investigate child sexual abuse within Pennsylvania's Roman Catholic Church, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia confirmed to Fox News.

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