The Case of the Four North Carolina Students

The Case of the Four North Carolina Students

Supreme Court considers Harvard and University of North Carolina’s use of affirmative action. Here’s what you need to know. A group of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill undergraduates holds signs during a…

The Flooding of Katsina

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The Flooding of Katsina

Floods are submerging whole houses in Nigeria. At least 80 have died trying to escape the rising waters. The state of Katsina, which was one of the world’s poorest, was also devastated in 1998…

How a Black Woman’s Story Inspired Her to Write

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How a Black Woman’s Story Inspired Her to Write

For one award-winning Black L.A. author, light skin was no refuge from the struggle to publish a book. Hallee Fowler’s mother was a dark-skinned Indian who had given up her job as a domestic…

Climate Journalism in the United States

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Climate Journalism in the United States

Letters to the Editor: Why climate journalism needs to give readers a reason to hope I read with great interest the letters to the editor published Sunday, Oct. 16, that were written by residents…

The Week in Review: April 21, 2020

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The Week in Review: April 21, 2020

On the issues: Rep. Michelle Steel and Jay Chen on abortion, immigration and healthcare March 30, 2013 1) A new study by the Guttmacher Institute reports that abortion rates are highest in the states…

The Man Who Lost His Home to Foreclosure

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The Man Who Lost His Home to Foreclosure

A South Bay man accepted hundreds of offers from open houses. But the homes weren’t for sale at the time. A man whose home went into foreclosure in Redding last year says the buyers…