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By Stephanie Mencimer Last year, Western land activists and other conservatives had been lobbying President Donald Trump to pardon rancher Cliven Bundy, who in 2014 had...

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By Justin Rohrlich Private charities housing undocumented immigrant children in several states are permitted by law to reject prospective foster families based on religious objections. Under...

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By Julia Terruso Philadelphia can require its foster care agencies to adhere to its nondiscrimination polices, a federal judge said Friday in a decision that...

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By Catherine Pepinster For people of faith, when they face serious ill-health or an operation, being able to seek solace in their beliefs is vital. Even...

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By Sarah Kaplan When the sun was young and faint and the Earth was barely formed, a gigantic black hole in a distant, brilliant galaxy...

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By Jeff Tollefson The day Donald Trump took office as US president, the mood was sombre at the main research campus of the Environmental Protection Agency...

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By David G. McAfee Indonesia has the world’s largest population of Muslims, but that number may be lower than we once thought because some locals...

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By Hemant Mehta In a speech he gave at the American Enterprise Institute last September, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh not only praised the late Chief Justice William...

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By Laura Geggel A mere 2 hours before his grisly murder about 5,300 years ago, Ötzi the iceman chowed down on some mouthwatering morsels: wild meat...

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By Colin Barras Hominins reached Asia at least 2.1 million years ago, researchers assert in an 11 July Nature paper1. Stone tools they found in central China represent...