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Poverty and ethnic strife in southeastern Europe will give the Russians a headache for years to come.
An odd locution has escaped its native habitat
Ten years later, scientists are still assessing the damage from Love Canal
In spite of laws intended to protect them, federal indifference and cruel fishing methods once again endanger dolphins
When he’d run from them, he’d been scared. And he was scared now. But the time had come to take a stand.
The United States is losing its war against cocaine because it is fighting according to a profoundly flawed strategy—so argues a Latin American journalist who has covered the drug trade in South America