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2021 far right storming of United States Capitol
U.S. President Trump Awarded National Medal of Arts and National Humanities Medal
Sara Polak: ‘We have seen a failed attempt at a revolution’
Camera traps document wildlife’s return to Gorongosa National Park
Coronavirus escalated armed conflicts in several war-torn countries
Peace dividend for Libya economy, as oil flows and Central Bank unifies exchange rate after years of deadlock
Animals are back at Gorongosa National Park after civil war, but savanna community doesn’t look quite look like how it used to
Public Designations of Current and Former Government Officials Under Section 7031 of Department of State
Contract Archaeology director Dello-Russo to retire
Equality has always been best remedy against famine
With democracy under threat, GOP silence draws scrutiny – and censure
From refugee to community justice advocate
A Tale of Two Air Forces: How Tuskegee Airmen bridged divide
Giuseppe Pagano and Design for Social Change in Fascist Italy
History detective reveals Civil War massacre cover-up
Winter classes at Vanderbilt Osher Lifelong Learning Institute range from military history to art of Tai Chi
Researcher wins NSF grant to decipher civil conflict with code
What refugee crisis teaches us about human connection
Executive Order on Establishing President’s Advisory 1776 Commission
Science: UC biologist was unheralded pioneer
What Do We Know About Security of Voting by Mail? From Caltech Science Exchange
Researchers examine decline in average body temperature among healthy adults over past two decades
‘Big picture’ economist wins top prize
Honouring slaves experimented on by ‘father of gynaecology’
Penn State historian argues Supreme Court has always been political
Past contested elections resolved in ways that might not work now, says Stanford historian
How much do our genes restrict free will?
Pandemics, Protests, and Populists: 2020 Presidential Election
Avery Point Marine Sciences Building to be Renamed in Weicker’s Honor
‘Pressing Issues’ at Krannert Art Museum shows WPA printmakers’ thoughts on social justice
Executive Order on Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping
Humanitarian Pledges Must Be Met, Houthis Must Stop Hostilities to Stabilize Yemen
Under Secretary for Political Affairs David Hale On His Recent Trip to Lebanon
Beirut children more vulnerable to COVID-19 in explosion aftermath
Churchill refused to apologise over unfounded accusation of fake news, study shows
19th Amendment is a milestone, but not endpoint, for women’s rights in America, says Stanford historian
Mettler explores threats to US democracy in new book
Mass graves provide new evidence of violence against women in Franco’s Spain
World Vision Statement on Beirut Port Explosion
Wagner Group, Belarus and balance between democracy and stability
Panel explores contexts of controversial monuments
Controversies over Confederate monuments and memorials are part of an overdue racial reckoning for America
COVID-19 survey work builds on University of Michigan researcher’s projects in Mozambique
Data reveals effect of pandemic on ceasefires
U.S. President Trump’s Remarks at 2020 Salute to America
Executive Order on Building and Rebuilding Monuments to American Heroes
New data confirm that African American convicts partly replaced slave labor in US
Did a tragic family secret influence Kate Sheppard’s mission to give New Zealand women vote