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Today β€” April 21st 2019Your RSS feeds

Can Black Evangelicals Save the Whole Movement?

By MOLLY WORTHEN

African-American spiritual leaders are talking about racism — and some white churchgoers are listening.

Yesterday β€” April 20th 2019Your RSS feeds

Bloody Ax Recovered as Man Arrested in Gruesome Brooklyn Murder

By ALI WINSTON

A woman was killed and another woman seriously injured in what the police said was a “terrible, vicious attack” that left both victims with deep lacerations.

Teen, 3 friends charged in beating, stabbing death of grandfather, 71, for $30G kept in safe, police say

By Dom Calicchio

Two teenage girls and two adult men are facing homicide and other charges in connection with the brutal beating stabbing death of the 71-year-old grandfather of one of the girls, authorities said.

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Tombstone Tourism’s Last Stop, a Plot of Your Own in Vienna

By SAMI EMORY

In the city’s Central Cemetery, where Beethoven and Schubert lie, a company is offering music lovers the chance to join them for eternity.

Ex-Black Panther on death row for 1981 cop killing to get new chance at appeal

By Ryan Gaydos

A former Black Panther member who was convicted in the 1981 killing of a Philadelphia police officer will get a chance at a new appeals hearing after a prosecutor dropped his opposition to it.

MEPs confirm electric fishing ban, despite eleventh-hour Dutch effort

By Gerardo Fortuna

The European Parliament approved on Tuesday (16 April) new technical rules on fishing activities and catching methods allowed within EU waters, confirming that the use of electric currents or 'pulse fishing' will be illegal from mid-2021.

Eastern Europe backs locally produced biofuels to save climate and farmers

By Sarantis Michalopoulos

Slovakia, Poland and the Czech Republic have signed a joint declaration saying that Europe will be able to de-carbonise transport through the use of locally produced clean biofuels, which will also boost rural areas and farmers.

New Mexico militia detains migrants at gunpoint until Border Patrol arrives: report

By Danielle Wallace

An armed right-wing militia group operating along the U.S.-Mexico border posted several videos to social media this week, including one in which they held about 200 asylum-seeking migrants at gunpoint near Sunland Park, NM until U.S. Border Patrol agents arrived, according to a report.

Critic’s Pick: A Cult Favorite Enters the Art Canon

By ROBERTA SMITH

Giovanni Battista Moroni, long overlooked, is the new Renaissance face at the Frick Collection.

Review: β€˜The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ Brings Him Back to Life

By A.O. SCOTT

Terry Gilliam’s long-deferred tribute to Cervantes’s knight errant finally arrives, starring Jonathan Pryce and Adam Driver.

How Banning Abortion in the Early Weeks of Pregnancy Suddenly Became Mainstream

By SABRINA TAVERNISE

Bans on abortion early in pregnancy used to be rare. But in the past three months, so-called heartbeat bills have passed in four states, and more are in progress in 11 others.

Thousands more Central American migrants approach U.S.-Mexico border

By Elizabeth Llorente

Thousands of migrants are heading toward the U.S.-Mexican border, hoping to gain permanent residency here even as the Trump administration tightens rules on detention and obtaining political asylum.

Thousands more Central American migrants approach U.S.-Mexico border

By Elizabeth Llorente

Thousands of migrants are heading toward the U.S.-Mexican border, hoping to gain permanent residency here even as the Trump administration tightens rules on detention and obtaining political asylum.

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