The Ocean Farmers Trying to Save the World With Seaweed

In a cove in Bamfield, a coastal community in British Columbia, Canada, Louis Druehl steers...
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‘This Film Is Sounding an Alarm.’ What Cuties Director Maïmouna Doucouré Wants Critics to Know About Her New Film

Maïmouna Doucouré did not imagine that her award-winning debut feature film—a coming-of-age tale drawn from...
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The Controversial Origins of the Story Behind Mulan

Featuring intense action sequences and sweeping cinematography, the latest Mulan trailer shows the titular heroine...
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Joe Biden’s Wisconsin Coalition Tries to Catch a Glimpse of Their Candidate

Black voters, suburban women, and wobbly Trump voters showed up to see the Vice President,...
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I Let My Child Create Their Own Gender Identity. The Experience Has Been a Gift for Us Both

“What are you having?” I’d be standing in line at the post office or a...
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‘This Country Has Been Bathed in Violence.’ Sen. Chris Murphy on the Torturous Cycle of Gun Crime in America

Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy’s new book, The Violence Inside Us: A Brief History of an...
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Video Footage Captures Fatal Shooting of Black Man Stopped for Traffic Violation While Cycling

(LOS ANGELES) — A grainy video posted Wednesday shows the fatal shooting of a Black...
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Why Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Love Affair with the Ottoman Empire Should Worry The World

At the end of August, Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan celebrated the Islamic New Year...
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Wuhan Strives to Return to Normal, But Scars From the Pandemic Run Deep

Life has resumed in Wuhan, where COVID-19 first came to light, but the Chinese city...
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Inside the Dangerous Mission to Understand What Makes Extremists Tick—and How to Change Their Minds

What might cause someone to fight, die—or kill—for their beliefs?
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