Demonstrations in nearly 100 cities will follow Officer Darren Wilson's grand jury announcement.
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Lab tests have suggested that a papyrus scrap mentioning Jesus's wife is authentic. Why do most scholars believe it's fake?
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Ahead of the expected grand jury decision in the case of Ferguson Officer Darren Wilson, Governor Jay Nixon activated the National Guard on Monday.
The activist group We Charge Genocide described alleged human rights violations to the UN's anti-torture watchdog.
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The backlash against no-excuses discipline in high school
Around 50 people die in the New York City subway system each year, but city officials won't invest in physical safeguards.
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Unlike dogs, cats are at best semi-domesticated—and we love them for that.