Brooks and Dionne on the GOP’s dilemma and the role of ‘common decency’ in the campaign
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Brooks and Dionne on the GOP’s dilemma and the role of ‘common decency’ in the campaign

Donald Trump made more controversial statements this week and remains behind in polls. But it…

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Explaining the Middle East conflicts through the eyes of six individuals
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Explaining the Middle East conflicts through the eyes of six individuals

In an article that consumes the entirety of this week’s New York Times Magazine, Scott…

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Despite poll deficits in key states, Trump expresses optimism
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Despite poll deficits in key states, Trump expresses optimism

Another bad week for Donald Trump concluded with the GOP nominee down by double digits…

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News Wrap: Top ISIS leader killed in drone strike, says Pentagon; bombings rock Thailand
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News Wrap: Top ISIS leader killed in drone strike, says Pentagon; bombings rock Thailand

This photojournalist is risking her life to make an impact
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This photojournalist is risking her life to make an impact

Lynsey Addario has been kidnapped three times in international battle zones while photographing the horrors…

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Greenland Sharks: Longest-living Known Vertebrate
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Greenland Sharks: Longest-living Known Vertebrate

The Greenland shark can live for 400 years, making it the longest-living vertebrate known to…

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Inside the extraordinary nose of a search-and-rescue dog
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Inside the extraordinary nose of a search-and-rescue dog

PBS NewsHour full episode Aug. 11, 2016
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PBS NewsHour full episode Aug. 11, 2016

Thursday on the NewsHour, Donald Trump blames Hillary Clinton and President Obama for the Islamic…

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This Olympian — and poet — on her love for “freedom within boundaries”
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This Olympian — and poet — on her love for “freedom within boundaries”

On Friday, long-distance runner Alexi Pappas will compete in Rio in her first-ever Olympic race.…

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Above Manhattan’s bustle, a reshaped public space
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Above Manhattan’s bustle, a reshaped public space

In the mid-20th century, it was a railroad; now it’s a public park. Built in…

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