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How to really measure the 'Francis effect'

Boston (CNN)-- In some ways, the "Pope Francis effect" doesn't seem very effective at all. Despite the immense popularity the aged Argentine has won since his election last year ... has changed their ... read more

Read Theresa May's Speech Laying Out the U.K's Plan for Brexit

In a major speech on Tuesday, the British Prime Minister Theresa May outlined a 12-point plan on what ... And our intelligence capabilities – unique in Europe – have already saved countless lives in v... read more

After Living Abroad, Kids Struggle With American Overparenting

"He wasn't allowed to have a pencil out," says the mom of three, "because it was considered unsafe." Welcome back, kid, to the land of the outlandishly cautious. I asked children and parents ... Thirt... read more

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America’s Election Meddling Would Indeed Justify Other Countries Retaliating In Kind

As long as it remains the very worst offender in that department, the U.S. is entitled to nothing other than the entire world meddling in its elections. I shouldn’t even have to say this. Do unto othe... read more

Here are Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers’ recent bills that became law and her votes on high-profile legislation

Feb. 13, 2009 - The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, the $831 billion stimulus package that followed the election ... to save for their children. “You’re adding a sense of security to t... read more

BNDES: a bank loans billions to tame South America’s wild waters

Some may be little more than pipedreams in the minds of bureaucrats, but others are serious projects. After a meticulous study ... organizations in Bolivia have also fought fiercely against the two II... read more

Offshoring Human Drug Trials

Brazil and Mexico together have a pool of 13 million diabetics ... Clearly, some of the subjects may reap real health benefits, and companies may develop new drugs that save or improve millions of liv... read more

What caused the Little Ice Age?

this study showed that even if the Sun were less active, and therefore not warming the Earth as much, it would have had little effect. The local issues of volcanoes and the additional fresh water were ... read more

Across Latin America, scandal fallout, banned pilgrimages and pro-life ferment

In addition, Chile’s bishops’ conference is set to arrive in Rome later this week for their May ... have no means to study, and that hospitals treat people well,” Cardinal Juan Luis Cipriani, archbish... read more

Examining Nazi obsession with movement further reveals how they manufactured the idea of race

"Race had to be manufactured in Germans' minds and everyday lives, and one of the ways they manufactured ... Industrialized nations have long played mobility both ways, he said: Good for us, bad for o... read more

Here’s where Nevada’s members of Congress stand on guns following Las Vegas shooting massacre

But critics of lawmakers who do nothing more than send “thoughts and prayers” point to the emptiness of the gesture relative to passing sensible gun control that might have actually prevented ... that ... read more

Israel’s Drive to Become a Modern-Day Sparta

With April’s elections ... them children, while tens of thousands were left homeless. The world watched, appalled. Investigations by human rights groups such as Amnesty International concluded that Is... read more

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