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The United States of America, a country that became world renowned for freedom and justice, died on January 20th at its home in Washington,...

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About Henrik Ibsen's picaresque, not to say meandering, Peer Gynt, a friend of mine insists he's never seen a successful production. (He claims...

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A roundup of the most interesting papers from the arXiv: Recommended for You Two Infants Treated with Universal Immune Cells Have Their Cancer Vanish The Chinese News...

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One of Donald Trump's first acts as president of the USA was to sign an executive order which prohibits organisations that receive US family...

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Seven days since the #WomensMarch shook the world and I still can't get out of my head images of women resisting - joyful and...

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Why trust? Building trust may be the decisive factor for success in business management in the future, in HR as well as in sales....

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Lucy Nicholson/Reuters Xuan Li, NYU Shanghai Chinese New Year, or the Spring Festival, is a highlight in Chinese society. But for many young people, the joy...

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It's not surprising that Marin Theatre Company artistic director Jasson Minadakis has centered the company's fiftieth anniversary season on Native Son, a new adaptation,...

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Did you know that 40% of internet users, and as many as 70% of younger users have personally experienced harassment online? And more than...

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We're a week into the Trump administration and it's pretty obvious what he's up to. First, Donald Trump is running a demolition derby: He...