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Pink and blue baby romper and ultrasound on white wooden background

Taken out of context

As debates about gender, sex swirl, researchers warn scientists to be careful with how they define the two as words may show up in law, policy


Activists with Black Lives Matter protest in New York City on July 16, 2019,

New breed of American leader

Some were elected; others lead fight for gun control, racial equity, environment. All embrace social media, their own True North.


Phil Deloria, Jane Pickering, Carrie Van Horn, Jaime Arsenault, Patricia Capone, Meredith Vasta, Stephanie Mach.

An end and a beginning

Peabody returns sacred scrolls, pipe tomahawk to White Earth tribe in repatriation ceremony


Simon Coveney.

Ukraine war testing Irish neutrality

Foreign minister expects more openness to defense pacts, military spending, cites brutality of invasion in Center for European Studies event


Photographer Lynsey Addario at combat outpost Vegas in the Korengal Valley, Afghanistan on October 14, 2007.

Power of photography

Pulitzer-winning war photojournalist Lynsey Addario says in Hofer Lecture her goal is to shake up, educate


Eddie S. Glaude Jr.

Black progress, white anger

Eddie Glaude says cycles of reprisal will continue till nation faces up to myth of its democracy, one that allowed racism from start