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The Stone: The Pain and Promise of Black Women in Philosophy

The Stone: The Pain and Promise of Black Women in Philosophy

Anita Allen is the first African-American woman to hold both a Ph.D in philosophy and a law degree.
Riling Up the Base May Backfire on Trump

Riling Up the Base May Backfire on Trump

President Trump delivers remarks at a Make America Great Again rally in May.
A Renewed View of Some of the World’s Oldest Trees

A Renewed View of Some of the World’s Oldest Trees

Charles Barth, left, and Andrea Cruden stood in the hollow of the Telescope Tree in the Mariposa Grove at Yosemite National Park.
Erdogan’s Plan to Raise a ‘Pious Generation’ Divides Parents in Turkey

Erdogan’s Plan to Raise a ‘Pious Generation’ Divides Parents in Turkey

Students at a religious high school in Istanbul. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has expanded religious schools, from 450 just 15 years ago to 4,500 today.
The Stories Behind 5 New York Art Scene Legends

The Stories Behind 5 New York Art Scene Legends

Robert Irwin's sculptures at Pace Gallery, New York.
In Texas Governor’s Race, Lupe Valdez Faces Resistance From Fellow Democrats

In Texas Governor’s Race, Lupe Valdez Faces Resistance From Fellow Democrats

Lupe Valdez, the Democratic nominee for governor of Texas, faces an election without the support of the progressive community and immigration activists.
Nonfiction: An Exhaustive Analysis of Harper Lee’s Enduring Legacy in America

Nonfiction: An Exhaustive Analysis of Harper Lee’s Enduring Legacy in America

Gregory Peck, left, as Atticus Finch with Brock Peters in the 1962 film “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
fixtures: Carl Hall Is the King of Spin

fixtures: Carl Hall Is the King of Spin

Carl Hall at Crunch in Brooklyn's Fort Greene neighborhood.
The New Health Care: Why the Medical Research Grant System Could Be Costing Us Great Ideas

The New Health Care: Why the Medical Research Grant System Could Be Costing Us Great Ideas

At work in the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md.
Red Flags Among the Roses. What Will Happen on ‘The Bachelorette’?

Red Flags Among the Roses. What Will Happen on ‘The Bachelorette’?

Lincoln Adim and Becca Kufrin on “The Bachelorette.” He was convicted last month on a charge he groped a woman.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Who Really Put Saudi Women Behind the Wheel?

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Who Really Put Saudi Women Behind the Wheel?

A Saudi woman testing out her future car at an automobile showroom this month, ahead of gaining the right to drive.
5 Cheap(ish) Things for Bike Commuting Bliss

5 Cheap(ish) Things for Bike Commuting Bliss

Cyclists making their way near the Williamsburg Bridge in Brooklyn.
In the Balkans, a Chance to Stabilize Europe

In the Balkans, a Chance to Stabilize Europe

A man walks past graffiti involving an old map of Macedonia, in Skopje last week.
Buried Alive Beneath a Road? An Australian Artist Explains

Buried Alive Beneath a Road? An Australian Artist Explains

Mike Parr, the Australian artist, at his studio in Sydney on June 6, 2018, a week before he buried himself for 72 hours to draw attention to the slaughter of Aboriginal Tasmanians.
Japan Earthquake Kills at Least 3 Near Osaka, Injuring Hundreds More

Japan Earthquake Kills at Least 3 Near Osaka, Injuring Hundreds More

Water flooding out from a crack in the road in Takatsuki, Japan, after a 6.1-magnitude earthquake on Monday.
Trump Picks Economic Winners, Guided by Nostalgia

Trump Picks Economic Winners, Guided by Nostalgia

The Big Rivers Electric Corporation power plant in Robards, Ky. President Trump’s efforts to boost domestic coal mining have come largely through proposals to prevent coal-fired power plants from
On Soccer: Dele Alli and England Drop Their Guard and Their Past

On Soccer: Dele Alli and England Drop Their Guard and Their Past

Dele Alli in action for England during an exhibition match against Nigeria earlier this month at Wembley Stadium in London.