Despite Tensions, Turkey's President Will Visit Washington. What's Next For U.S.-Turkey Relations?
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan comes to Washington at a time of heightened tension between the two NATO allies. We ask where the relationship is headed.
An Adventure Through The Afterlife Of Our Discarded Stuff In 'Secondhand'
The need for used items to have a secondhand life is increasing both in the U.S. and around the world. We unpack where your used, discarded and donated stuff goes.
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Sean Spicer Can't Dance. But There's Something Honorable About His Terrible Fox Trot
On the dance floor, Sean Spicer looked like Fred Flintstone with arthritis, writes Joanna Weiss. But there’s something about his...
Robots May Be Grading Your Kid’s Essays, With Bias
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What A More Diverse City Council Could Mean For Boston’s Latino Community
We shouldn't be surprised that diverse candidates won by prioritizing issues important to immigrants and communities of color. We should...
The Gift Of Showing Up
Julie Wittes Schlack never fully appreciated the expression "your presence is present enough' until her daughter's recent wedding.
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Regina King (HBO's "Watchmen") reads an essay by a woman who thinks she's met the right person for her — several years too early.
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When he was working in Nevada, Justin Race met a woman he thought was perfect for him. The only problem? They had only ever talked to each other through Words...