The upcoming election pits employment against the environment. Meanwhile China and the United States wait to see whether the new president will look east or west.
A heat pump isn’t nearly as sexy as an electric BMW or a floating wind turbine. But on an individual level, it might make a big difference.
Can we explain mass shootings in places like the Czech Republic or Serbia as American-influenced phenomena or is something else going on? We turned to one expert to learn more.
The Houthis, battle-hardened from years of fighting a civil war in Yemen, have proven to be a formidable adversary to Israel and its allies in the Red Sea.
One parishioner argues that the Church should welcome gay members. The Pope is just now cracking open the door by offering a small blessing.
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For the 14th News Decoder Storytelling Competition, the winning stories tackled human trafficking, river conservation and climate change.
Russell Spinney of The Thacher School knows teaching history means teaching humans. He wins this month’s Faculty in the Spotlight award.
Correspondent Susan Ruel sat down with student Goldie Zarabi of The Hewitt School in New York to talk journalism, objectivity and tough assignments.
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