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President Trump’s ‘animals’ comment points to a dark history of using dehumanizing language

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The terms President Trump has used to describe a group of Latino immigrants can have serious societal consequences.

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We've heard of AIPAC, but where are the Palestinian lobby groups?

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The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), the pro-Israeli lobbying group in Washington, have been in the headlines all week long. Why don't we see more Palestinian lobbying groups?

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In Oklahoma, some teachers try to make ends meet. Others move out of state for better pay.

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Suzanne Sutton watches her money carefully and works a second job after school. But Shawn Sheehan, who was named Oklahoma’s 2016 teacher of the year, took a teaching job in Texas.

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The world is actually safer than ever. And here's the data to prove that

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The world has seemed pretty scary this year. War, polar vortex, Ebola, terrorism — they've all made an appearance in 2014. But things are actually still getting better — and here's the data that proves it.

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When health care comes with harassment: Photographing abortion clinic protests

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Wendi Kent photographs protesters outside of family planning clinics. She says she tries hard to stay away from creating any kind of spin around the photos.

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In the 45 years since Roe v. Wade, states have passed 1,193 abortion restrictions

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"Back then, you just took your chance," said Barbara, about abortion in the mid-1950s in Oklahoma.

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Norwegian statesman Jan Egeland critiques Trump’s reported vulgar remarks

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Reports of vulgar, offensive outbursts by the president of the United States have real-world consequences. One is the impact on America's reputation overseas and its ability to lead and influence world events — its "soft power." That's the argument from Norwegian statesman Jan Egeland.

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How countries around the world translated Trump

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Countries around the globe struggled to come up with a good translation of Trump's vulgarity.

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Here’s how Trump’s crackdown on ‘chain migration’ will affect migrant families

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Both Republicans and Democrats have expressed a desire to bring DACA recipients into the fold, but with a president who rode into office using anti-immigrant rhetoric, it’s unclear what kind of concessions might be made.

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10 risks facing the world in 2018

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In 2017, Ian Bremmer was most concerned about "America First" policies. Here, he reviews his predictions from last year and tell us what he is most concerned about for 2018.

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Iceland's most trusted politician is a feminist environmentalist who is the 'antiTrump'

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Iceland's new prime minister is an environmental feminist, anti-war, crime-novel expert who wants to make Iceland carbon-neutral by the year 2040. At 41, she is one of the youngest world leaders today and is the most trusted political leader in her country, in poll after poll.

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Iceland's most trusted politician is a feminist environmentalist who is the 'antiTrump'

Last Updated by Traci Tong on

Iceland's new prime minister is an environmental feminist, anti-war, crime-novel expert who wants to make Iceland carbon-neutral by the year 2040. At 41, she is one of the youngest world leaders today and is the most trusted political leader in her country, in poll after poll.

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Iceland's most trusted politician is a feminist environmentalist who is the 'antiTrump'

Last Updated by Traci Tong on

Iceland's new prime minister is an environmental feminist, anti-war, crime-novel expert who wants to make Iceland carbon-neutral by the year 2040. At 41, she is one of the youngest world leaders today and is the most trusted political leader in her country, in poll after poll.

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How journalists corroborate sexual harassment and assault claims

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Reporting on sexual harassment claims can be difficult. Here's how some journalists are taking that challenge on.

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A Return To The Moon, An Ancient Bludgeon, And Anesthetized Plants

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