For refugees, arrival in Germany means more waiting


After dangerous crossings and sleepless nights, refugees fleeing violence in Syria reach their goal only to find that a longer bureaucratic journey has just begun. Continue reading

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Arrest of teenage inventor sparks conversation about Islamophobia


When Ahmed Mohamed brought his homemade clock into school, he hoped to impress his teacher. He did not expect to be arrested. Continue reading

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Why climate change is a problem for sea turtle sex


The environment plays an important role in influencing the reproductive cycles of sea turtles, making climate change shifts a growing concern for their future.
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Code Like a Girl puts more girls in the game


Young female gamers are leveling the playing field in the video-gaming world with girls-only computer coding camps. Continue reading

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Presidential candidates travel the country courting voters


As GOP candidates prepare for the second Republican debate on Wednesday, Democratic candidates saw a recent shift in the polls that could spell trouble for frontrunner Hillary Clinton.
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