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Advocates' efforts to provide work permits to newly arrived migrants have exposed tensions among immigrants who have been in the country for years and do not have the same benefits.
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WASHINGTON (AP) – Though it is no longer the homicide capital of the United States, the nation’s capital is witnessing a multiyear spike in the number of homicides but solving far fewer of them.
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It perplexed Charles Darwin. Why do we give? If humans supposedly descended from animals, what compels us to act with concern for others? A Wall Street Journal article titled “Hard-wired for Giving” stated, “The question of why any creatures are altruistic at all obsessed Charles Darwin from the time he devised his theory of evolution…”

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Experts say the long-term health effects from fires like the one that incinerated Lahaina are mostly unknown.
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This holiday shopping trend bodes well for retailers but has credit experts again sounding alarm bells.
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Beliefs that covert governments and organizations are orchestrating world events are widespread. You can understand why such fringe ideas persist.
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Israel and Hamas have agreed to a ceasefire in Gaza for at least four days, to let in aid and free at least 50 hostages held by militants in the Palestinian enclave.
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“Ten years of war and struggle,” a Ukrainian citizen stated. “And it seems like the blood has only just begun to flow, truly. I regret nothing. But...it’s just so tiresome.”
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Here are helpful, practical points for anyone who wants a happy marriage.
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The U.S. economy has repeatedly defied predictions of a coming recession. Yet most Americans hold a glum view of the economy. Why?
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America and its allies have few routes left to rein in Iran’s nuclear work, with tougher actions against Tehran at risk of stoking tensions in a region already inflamed by the Gaza war.
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Nearly nine out of 10 parents believe their child is performing at grade level despite standardized tests showing far fewer students are on track, according to a new poll.
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“What is happening is verging on pure evil,” the UN humanitarian coordinator in Sudan said.
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The dawn attack on October 7 by Hamas militants took Israel by surprise. Yet continued violence between the Jewish nation and Palestinian extremists should be anything but surprising.
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Authorities are struggling to rein in severe air pollution levels, an annual and chronic health crisis that disrupts the lives of over 20 million in New Delhi every year.
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Modern society makes it easy to lose touch with our natural surroundings. Here is how outdoor time can benefit your brain.
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More than 3,700 babies were born with congenital syphilis in 2022—10 times more than a decade ago and a 32 percent increase from 2021, the CDC said.
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Wisdom from ancient times can help us avoid modern technology traps.

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