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What Science Doesn’t Know

Public ignorance or higher priorities?
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The benefits of risky play for kids

We need to make it safer for kids to roam and romp.
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Mission Impossible - Rogue Nation

The IMF goes on a literally breathtakingly dangerous mission.
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How President Obama can (really) achieve world peace

There's a meme that's more dangerous than a nuke.
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Pondering Hitler’s Legacy

76 years on, the unexpected consequences of Hitler's war.
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Birds of a feather flock together

Mr. Brown is proud of his hat.
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Russia’s unmotivated elderly

Is this contributing to Russia's sluggish life expectancy growth?
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People may betray us, AI can’t

The AI program for lonely people is a great listener. As if.
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The good news of mercy

Pope Francis is in the headlines again -- this time about forgiving abortions.
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Ninth Planned Parenthood video reveals “tissue collection” business tactics

First the kill the small human life, then they market his or her body parts, counting profits, but missing the…
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Large-scale immigration cure for Europe’s demographic “disaster”?

If it is, at what cost?
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‘No nudity, bullying, alcohol, drugs…’

And my daughter is only entering high school.
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Khaled al-Asaad, the martyr of Palmyra

A Syrian archeologist died to protect the heritage of humanity.
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Fortress Europe doesn’t have to become Undertaker Europe

The refugee crisis is an opportunity for history-making statesmanship.
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Job insecurity

Will automation free the wage-slave?
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Can high tech recreate destroyed national treasures?

Cultural treasures throughout the Middle East are in danger from Islamist fanatics.
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Polygamists sue to have their ‘marriages’ recognised

Obergefell v Hodges is a key precedent. Why shouldn't the courts recognise these loving relationships, too?
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The global human rights education project: a Trojan horse

An indoctrination and recruitment front for promoting same-sex relationships.
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Hilton hotels clean up their room service

Porn will be eliminated from on-demand video.
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Joy and suffering in a special family

People with disabilities and poor health are a treasure.
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The huge economic contribution of family caregivers

But their numbers are set to decline dramatically.
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The unreal, unhealthy world kids can see online

No wonder Steve Jobs was low tech at home.
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To protect women and minors, prohibit prostitution

But use the law to drive down demand, say experts in public health and culture.
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Alice in Wonderland at 150: still a literary wonder

A children's literature specialist pays homage to Lewis Carroll.
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Fact-checking the fact-checkers

Do children do best when they have a father and a mother? The Conversation says No. An American expert says…
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Pornography: prostitution’s identical twin

Together with trafficking they make one exploitive sex industry.
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Tragedy at sea leads to mystery and suspense

At age fifteen, Adam must take control of his family's business in 17th century Amsterdam.
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Planned Parenthood video revelations, shock and aftershock

Like an earthquake, they keep coming, and keep fraying nerves and alerting people to pay attention.
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‘Pink Viagra’: Helping women? Or marketing a disease?

Endorsement by a big women's group does not settle the question.
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Paying for college: when do parents help most?

When they stay married, research shows.
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