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The NATO summit’s communiqué said Ukraine was on an “irreversible” path to membership. It was a dramatic step that managed to ...
For the first time, the Paris Olympics will host an equal number of male and female competitors. But women striving to reach ...
The gang originated in Venezuela’s prisons but has expanded to the United States in recent years by preying on desperate ...
Ever since Hamas triggered a calamitous war in Gaza last October, questions have been asked: What were its aims? How could it ...
A global focus on ecological restoration is taking form in projects and private actions lifting humanity’s view of unfettered ...
New York City’s new drone initiative to monitor swimmers and sharks at the beach has faced persistent attacks from birds ...
Why is Christian Science in our name? Our name is about honesty. The Monitor is owned by The Christian Science Church, and we ...
Reducing news to hard lines and side-taking leaves a lot of the story untold. Progress comes from challenging what we hear ...
As the Olympics approach, Paris’s homeless people are being shunted out of sight. Will the city improve life for its most ...
Jake Xerxes Fussell has been seeking forgotten American folk songs his entire life. His fifth album, “When I’m Called,” ...
The new British Prime Minister wants to use his victory to heal divisions in society. But does he have time to revive ...