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Depressed About the Future of Democracy? Study History

Depressed About the Future of Democracy? Study History

Protesters outside Trump Tower in New York City in 2016.
How Do Christians Fit Into the Two-Party System? They Don’t

How Do Christians Fit Into the Two-Party System? They Don’t

Singing hymns at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va., before an appearance by Donald Trump in 2016.
NEWS ANALYSIS: More Evidence That Nutrition Studies Don’t Always Add Up

NEWS ANALYSIS: More Evidence That Nutrition Studies Don’t Always Add Up

Dr. Brian Wansink at the 2013 Discovery Vitality Summit in Johannesburg.
Indonesia Tsunami and Quake Devastate an Island, Killing Hundreds

Indonesia Tsunami and Quake Devastate an Island, Killing Hundreds

Patients and medical personnel outside a hospital in Palu on Saturday.
letters: The Feminists and the Frat House

letters: The Feminists and the Frat House

Anita Hill testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee in 1991. The nomination of her former boss, Clarence Thomas, to the Supreme Court was ultimately approved by the Senate, 52-48.
Europe Widens Lead Over U.S. at the Ryder Cup

Europe Widens Lead Over U.S. at the Ryder Cup

Rory McIlroy, left, and Sergio García after their morning victory extended Europe's lead.
Kavanaugh Borrows From Trump’s Playbook on White Male Anger

Kavanaugh Borrows From Trump’s Playbook on White Male Anger

Sen. Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina, during the hearing for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh on Thursday.
Sloan Kettering Executive Turns Over Windfall Stake in Biotech Start-Up

Sloan Kettering Executive Turns Over Windfall Stake in Biotech Start-Up

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center executives have been forced to revamp policies related to investments and deals.
U.S. Weighed Penalizing El Salvador Over Support for China, Then Backed Off

U.S. Weighed Penalizing El Salvador Over Support for China, Then Backed Off

Foreign Minister Carlos Castaneda of El Salvador, left, and his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi, at a ceremony in Beijing last month to establish diplomatic ties between their countries.

Deadly Earthquake and Tsunami Hit Indonesia

On Sunday, the death toll from a 7.5-magnitude earthquake and tsunami on the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia, had doubled, to 832 people.
A Social Media Star Is Shot Dead in Baghdad. Iraqis Fear a Trend.

A Social Media Star Is Shot Dead in Baghdad. Iraqis Fear a Trend.

The killing of Tara Fares has raised fears of a coordinated campaign to silence outspoken women in Iraq.
Pope Defrocks Fernando Karadima, Priest at Center of Abuse Outrage in Chile

Pope Defrocks Fernando Karadima, Priest at Center of Abuse Outrage in Chile

Fernando Karadima, once a revered priest, being escorted from the Supreme Court building in Santiago, Chile, in 2015.
Housing Market Slows, as Rising Prices Outpace Wages

Housing Market Slows, as Rising Prices Outpace Wages

Workers at a Thrive Home Builders project in Denver. The company’s chief executive said that the high cost of land, building permits and other fees, along with rising construction costs, make it