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Call Of The Wild: Should Colorado Bring Back The Wolf?
Wolf advocates have crafted a ballot initiative proposal that, if approved, would direct the state wildlife agency to manage a reintroduction program.
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What Veterans Want In A Commander In Chief
Both parties want more veterans in Congress; three are seeking the presidency. Many we talked to spoke of a need for strong leadership and humility.
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After India’s Big Election, Time For Inclusion
The victory for Prime Minister Narendra Modi offers him a chance to treat all Indians equally, with no favoritism toward Hindus. The election itself was a reminder of India’s inclusiveness.
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Business Jargon Isn’t In Her Wheelhouse
What is a wheelhouse, and why are businesspeople so concerned with establishing what’s in it?
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‘You Can’t Unhurt A Young Person.’ But You Can Help Them Thrive.
At Hopeworks, Dan Rhoton helps at-risk youths find opportunity by coupling coding and computer training with life readiness coaching.
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The ACLU Attorney Who Fights To Reunite Migrant Families
Lee Gelernt is the lead ACLU attorney on efforts to track down and reunite thousands of separated migrant families.
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What Veterans Want In A Commander In Chief
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In EU Elections, Far-right Talks Up Migration. But Do Voters Care?
European elections will be all about immigration, if you listen to nationalist and populist politicians. But research indicates that’s not the case.
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Call Of The Wild: Should Colorado Bring Back The Wolf?
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‘Aladdin’ Remake Is Missing Original’s Energy
Even the magic carpet looks bummed out in the Disney remake of ‘Aladdin,’ directed and co-written by Guy Ritchie.
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‘Walking On Water’ Goes Behind The Scenes With Artist Christo
Director Andrey Paounov's free-form documentary captures the élan of environmental artist Christo as he creates ‘The Floating Piers.’
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‘Aladdin’ Remake Is Missing Original’s Energy
Even the magic carpet looks bummed out in the Disney remake of ‘Aladdin,’ directed and co-written by Guy Ritchie.
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Director Andrey Paounov's free-form documentary captures the élan of environmental artist Christo as he creates ‘The Floating Piers.’
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In EU Elections, Far-right Talks Up Migration. But Do Voters Care?
European elections will be all about immigration, if you listen to nationalist and populist politicians. But research indicates that’s not the case.
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It’s Populism Vs. Liberal Democracy As EU Goes To The Polls
European elections this week are expected to see a variety of Europhobic parties pick up around one-third of the EU parliament’s seats.
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In A World Of Autocrats, The Humble Stand Out
Ukraine’s new leader sets a welcome standard of humility in public service during a period of personal rule in many nations.
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Letter From India: Lessons From An Election With 900 Million Voters
India’s national elections are a logistical feat, stretched over 39 days. On Thursday, the country learns if PM Narendra Modi has won a second turn.
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In California Town Destroyed By Fire, A Search For Meaning
Last fall’s Camp fire killed 85 people, razed almost 14,000 homes, and displaced more than 50,000 residents in and around Paradise.
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In Which I Discover That Coleslaw Is Not So Simple
How hard could the recipe be, right? Five ingredients, the most obvious of which is cabbage.
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Want Culturally Aware Fashion? Involve More Designers Of Color.
Fashion labels are scrambling to address accusations of cultural insensitivity and racism. One solution: greater inclusion in the design phase.
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Both Parties Agree Infrastructure Needs Fixing. So Why Hasn’t It Happened?
Infrastructure is one of the few areas where congressional leaders can agree. So why hasn’t there been more progress?
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Last fall’s Camp fire killed 85 people, razed almost 14,000 homes, and displaced more than 50,000 residents in and around Paradise.
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In A World Of Autocrats, The Humble Stand Out
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Letter From India: Lessons From An Election With 900 Million Voters
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‘The Parisian’ Is A Slow-burning Treat To Be Savored
Set in Paris and the Ottoman Empire during World War I, Isabella Hammad's debut novel ‘The Parisian’ contemplates issues of longing and belonging.
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As 2020 Field Balloons, Democrats Struggle To Emerge From Pack
The 23 Democratic presidential candidates are seeing the downsides to a big field. Some passed on Senate bids where they might have had better shots.
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