How this farming project helps Afghan women grow financial independence
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How this farming project helps Afghan women grow financial independence

In the 15 years since the U.S. went into Afghanistan, $1.5 billion has been spent…

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Newark’s mayor on solutions he is using to change his city making it a better place for all
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Newark’s mayor on solutions he is using to change his city making it a better place for all

A new report from the Pew Research Center finds that only a third of African…

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Photographer documents the beauty of difference across the LGBT spectrum
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Photographer documents the beauty of difference across the LGBT spectrum

It’s hard to look someone in the eye and deny their humanity, says iO Tillett…

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This DJ mixes the world’s local music to create a global sound
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This DJ mixes the world’s local music to create a global sound

Jace Clayton, aka DJ/rupture, spends his time traveling, absorbing music as well as creating it.…

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PBS NewsHour Full Episode, September 29, 2016
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PBS NewsHour Full Episode, September 29, 2016

Thursday on the NewsHour, a New Jersey commuter train crashes into the station in Hoboken,…

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Governors Christie, Cuomo speak on Hoboken, NJ train crash
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Governors Christie, Cuomo speak on Hoboken, NJ train crash

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo spoke at a news…

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PBS NewsHour full episode Sept. 28, 2016
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PBS NewsHour full episode Sept. 28, 2016

Wednesday on the NewsHour, Congress overrides a veto by President Obama on a bill allowing…

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Maureen Dowd on why politics in 2016 sounds like a ‘primal scream and death rattle’
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Maureen Dowd on why politics in 2016 sounds like a ‘primal scream and death rattle’

Why does the presidential political landscape look like it’s been ripped from the ‘90s? And…

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How and why we need to get the lead out of our lives
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How and why we need to get the lead out of our lives

Our love/hate relationship with lead is as old as history itself. The origin of “plumbing”…

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For African-American female entrepreneurs, funding challenges call for creative bootstrapping
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For African-American female entrepreneurs, funding challenges call for creative bootstrapping

The fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in the U.S. is African-American women. But minority-owned businesses…

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