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Eight in ten Americans are worried that some of their constitutional rights are being “diluted or taken away,” according to a new survey by the Montpelier Foundation.
Interfaith leader Eboo Patel wants to change and jumpstart the American conversation on religion.
“If there’s a heaven, this is what it sounds like.”…
In 1956, Ernest Hemingway wrote to his publisher about five short stories he had written: “You can always publish them after I’m dead.” More than six decades later, fans will finally get the chance to read one.
In a long-anticipated move, signage, tours and public statements at Thomas Jefferson's historical Monticello estate now indicate without a doubt that Jefferson fathered the six children of enslaved woman Sally Hemings, and offer new insight into their lives. Jeffrey Brown…
The Swedish idea of “lagom” -- the endeavor to find balance -- is being touted as the “new hygge." Here are five ways to embrace lagom.
Marjorie Merriweather Post "was in Moscow at just the right time, when Stalin and his government were selling objects for hard currency.”…
In "The Death and Life of the Great Lakes," journalist Dan Egan crafts a cautious yet hopeful narrative using history, reporting, and his own experiences to highlight the threats posed to the world's largest freshwater system.
The winners of the annual Pulitzer Prize awards in journalism and the arts were announced Monday, and coverage of the Harvey Weinstein scandal and the resulting #metoo fallout led the way with a joint win for the Public Service Prize…
This year marks 100 years since the end of World War I, the first time women were directly involved in the war effort. A detailed estimate of women’s total efforts is hard to come by, but these books shed light…
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