Much of the conversation after the shooting has focused on gun control. For Alhadeff, that's just one part of the equation.
Robbie Tripp's letter to his curvy wife points out a big problem with male feminism.
KELOWNA, B.C. -- The process of getting the Stars defense to the right place seems to be a never-ending battle, but players, coaches and management...
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A morally just world would have no pets, no aquaria, no zoos. No fields of sheep, no barns of cows. That’s true animal rights
[Note: data calculations in this post are based on preliminary results. For some updated information, see the comments by Manuel below.] The Italian election of 4 March produced an "inconclusive" result, as the media (at least English-language) are fond of saying when no party wins a majority. However, there are many aspects of the Italian…
After the Paris terrorist attack, House Speaker Paul Ryan declared that the United States cannot turn away the hundreds of thousands of Islamist migrants now being approved for visas to enter the United States. Ryan declared that it is not "appropriate" to consider the religious attitudes of would-be migrants seeking admission. - Paul Ryan | 2016 Presidential Race
This anniversary of his assassination falls amid the largest anti-gun-violence mobilization that we have seen since he departed. Jelani Cobb writes.
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The state has been chipping away at greenhouse gas emissions in recent years.
Toys R Us is seeking bankruptcy court approval to shut down its hundreds of remaining stores in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
Without Toys R Us, local toy stores fear manufacturers could raise prices or cut selection and shoppers may shift online. Toymakers, meanwhile, will miss the retailer.
United's bonus-lottery system would have rewarded only some employees with cash and prizes. The idea drew rebuke from employees, union officials and airline experts.
"Daughters of the Sexual Revolution: The Untold Story of The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders," explores the historical significance of America's most beloved cheering squad and how they helped evolve professional football, one pair of white shorts at a time.
These easy organizational tweaks will make healthy eating second nature.
Royal Mail has been fined £12,000 after sending almost 330,000 nuisance emails in two days. The company sent the messages, about a fall in the cost of posting parcels, last summer to 327,014 people who had opted out of direct marketing. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) investigated a
In the early days of the Industrial Revolution, it’s been estimated that around 12% of the world's population was literate. Literacy rates increased throughout the 19th century, as people started moving from the countryside to towns and cities for the...
More people are going to gyms, but many of them aren’t new members.
How some of the $233,610 spent on average on child costs from birth until 17 (that’s before college) breaks down.
Sam Dogen of the Financial Samurai asked his readers Thursday if they’d take $1 million to attend — or send their kids to — public school over private school. Understandably, about 90% said, “absolutely!”
When we look back on 2017, it may become the most important year for the box office in recent history, according to media analyst Paul Dergarabedian.
Lindy West: I grew up assuming I would never get married, because marriage was for thin women. What I needed to hear was that that you can be fat and happy and in love
Researchers call for alarms with lower tones combined with woman’s voice as they look for families to take part in study
In an increasingly globalised world, thrifty consumers everywhere are crossing borders to bag bargains. But what goods are being bought and where?
The figures are in as Britain becomes the first place in the world to collect comprehensive data about the gender pay gap
Riots have broken out over free speech at Berkeley college and they shoud just how frenzied politics have become.
These aspiring journalists, survivors of a horrific mass shooting, collaborated with us to tell the story of gun violence and the student-led movement now advocating for change
The figures in a recent BBC report on the abduction and selling of babies and children in China are shocking—even if it is happening in the world’s most populous country, with its seriously overstretched police force. The US State Department, which monitors what countries are doing to stop human trafficking, estimates the total of abducted babies is around 20,000...
The man behind West Side Story and Cabaret has some notes for theatreland today: you’re playing it too safe
A new analysis shared exclusively with the Guardian has found 80% of nominations for top jobs in the Trump administration have gone to men
It's not easy to disentangle the impact that NAFTA has had on the U.S. economy from other economic, social and political factors that have influenced U.S. growth.
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A teacher rebellion in red states from West Virginia to Arizona has put Republicans on the defensive, forcing them to walk a fine line in the months before midterm elections between placating constituents who are angry over education cuts and conservative supporters who want a smaller government and low taxes.
The Ponderosa community will celebrate the opening of the new elementary school on Monday.
Elisa Gonzalez reports on the crowd reaction during Donald Trump’s speech at Krasinski Square, in Warsaw, Poland, this week, where the President is visiting before the G-20 summit.
First impressions matter—what we experience in our first encounter with something colors how we process the rest of it. Articles are no exception.
Stress, sleep deprivation and other factors are contributing to Americans’ weight gain.
Is Yamashiro a historic piece of authentic Japanese architecture, or a very old piece of cultural appropriation, or neither? Reporter Frank Shyong tries to find out and ends up with a headache.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas students channel their grief through writing, offering the world a closer glimpse at the lives lost.
Parents and educators, especially in smaller, rural towns were reeling from the news that Puerto Rico plans to close about a quarter of its schools as a response to declining enrollment and reforms.
On teams that value hierarchy, humility can look like weakness.
Screen time instead of pills? Author Asi Burak explains the next generation of “brain-training” games, backed by rigorous scientific testing.
Millions of workers have neglected to collect their tax returns.
The Trump administration's trade dispute with Beijing could slam U.S. retailers if tariffs are implemented and lead to higher prices or a shortage of merchandise.
Beyoncé, who has sold tens of millions of albums and played sold-out stadium tours, is the first African-American woman to headline Coachella, the highest-grossing music festival in the U.S.
A wave of nihilism is infiltrating music, with the likes of Noah Cyrus, Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Let’s Eat Grandma reflecting on the dystopia created by the digital world
Kevin De Bruyne explains why he feels no animosity towards José Mourinho, who gave him the boot at Chelsea, and why Manchester City like their music loud
Actor who starred in popular 1980s film advocates critical stance towards art of past
Yaron Weitzman writes about the former N.B.A. basketball player Jared Jeffries, and his move to an executive position in e-sports.
The actress and author Molly Ringwald writes about revisiting the movies she made with the late director John Hughes, including “The Breakfast Club” and “Pretty in Pink,” in the age of #MeToo.