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Carey Reed assists in covering breaking and feature news for NewsHour Weekend's website. She also helps the NewsHour Weekend broadcast team in the production of the show. She is interested in the flourishing fields of data journalism and information visualization and recently graduated, with honors, from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
The President of the University of Virginia announced on Saturday the suspension of activities for the school’s fraternal organizations until Jan. 9, 2015, following reactions within the school community to the recent recounting of an alleged 2012 sexual assault in…
A painting by Italian Renaissance artist Piero della Francesca, "The Resurrection", which escaped destruction during World War Two, is getting its own revival.
AT&T said Friday that it will no longer use hidden, undeletable codes to track mobile users' online behaviors for marketing purposes, according to the Associated Press.
To mark the one-year anniversary of Typhoon Haiyan that killed at least 6,300 people and displaced millions of others, Filipino artists painted murals on the outer walls of a public cemetery in Tacloban, the city hardest hit by the typhoon…
The United Nations warned Sunday that the world must get most of its energy from renewable sources by 2050, or increase the likelihood of what it called "severe, pervasive and irreversible damage."…
Kenyans Wilson Kipsang and Mary Keitany won the men's and women's races respectively at the 2014 New York City Marathon Sunday, both just a few seconds ahead of their competition.
The Virgin Galactic test flight that crashed in California's Mojave desert last week began breaking apart mid-air, according to officials from the National Transportation Safety Board, which launched its investigation Saturday. …
A man identifying himself as the leader of Boko Haram, contradicted reports of a truce with the Nigerian government, saying instead that the more than 200 girls kidnapped from Chibok, have been married off to the group's fighters.
The New York City Police Department is free to begin implementing reforms to its stop-and-frisk policy, following a federal court ruling Friday.
Amid a rise in polio cases in Pakistan, the country's first animated female superhero, Burka Avenger, has joined the fight to eradicate the highly-infectious virus.
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