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Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta, right, talks to a member of his defense team as he appears before the International Criminal Court in The Hague, The Netherlands, on Oct. 8. He is charged with crimes against humanity for allegedly instigating...
200,000 registered voters don’t have a driver’s license Editor’s Note: In recent years, a spate of states have passed laws requiring voters to show identification before casting a ballot. Supporters of these measures say they prevent voter fraud;...
George Washington isn’t the sexiest of American presidents in our public imagination, nor the most accessible. Perhaps we are all too weighed down by the “father of his country” image, the cherry tree myth, his powdered wig and...
Farmer Paul Schlagel grows genetically modified sugar beets outside Longmont, Colorado.Photo by / KUNC and Harvest Public Media. Editor’s Note: With a month left before the Nov. 4 general election, voters in Colorado and Oregon are considering a...
Photo by Flickr user Tequiua.[/caption] Editor’s Note from Paul Solman: One of the most exciting developments in economics in recent years has been its conjunction with psychology. What do we really want? How might we behave in what’s...
A girl picks out a book at the Scholastic store in New York City. Credit: NewsHour YA is a booming business. Young adult fiction is one of the largest categories of book sales for the publishing industry today, and people have begun to take notice....