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The future of abortion under a new Supreme Court? Look to Arkansas

The fight in Arkansas could help define the looming legal battle over abortion, 45 years after the Supreme Court made it a constitutional right. Read More

Conspiracy theories made Alex Jones very rich. They may bring him down

More than ever before in his two-decade career built on baseless conspiracy theories, angry nativist rants and end-of-days fearmongering, Alex Jones is being called to account. Read More

Steve Perry’s long road back to music

Steve Perry did not disappear completely — there was a solo album in 1994, followed in 1996 by a Journey reunion album. But the former Journey lead singer ended up walking away from the spotlight again. His upcoming album breaks 20 years of radio silence. Read More

Alex Jones takes his show to the capitol, tussles with a senator

The internet’s most infamous right-wing conspiracy theorist was doing his best robot through the hallway of a staid Senate office building. Read More

Promising safety, companies put eyes on students’ social media posts

Hours after the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida, companies that market their services to schools began to speak up. “Governor, take pride that a Vermont-based company is helping schools identify the violence before it happens,” one company wrote on Twitter to Gov. Phil Scott of Vermont. Read More

Texas law requiring burial or cremation of fetal remains struck down by judge

A federal judge today struck down a Texas law that would have required abortion providers and other health care facilities to bury or cremate fetal remains, the latest in a series of legal setbacks for anti-abortion activists and state Republican leaders who pushed for the law. Read More

Nike’s deal with Kaepernick draws cheers and pictures of burning shoes

When Nike announced on Monday that Colin Kaepernick would be part of a major advertising campaign, some people cheered. Others burned their shoes and ripped their socks. Read More

2 for the road in 80 countries — and counting

In 2013, Michael and Debbie Campbell were a married couple living in Seattle and approaching retirement with financial trepidation and the looming question, Today, they are the Senior Nomads — travelers who live full time on the road, staying in Airbnbs around the world. Read More

Pope Francis’ accuser turns up pressure with more accusations

The archbishop who accused Pope Francis of covering up a cardinal’s sexual misconduct has escalated his offensive with new, detailed accusations that put increasing pressure on a pontiff who the archbishop and his supporters say has misled the faithful and should resign. Read More

5 getaways with local food festivals that are worth the trip

Some hotels try to create buzz by opening restaurants with high-profile chefs. Lately, however, a growing number of properties are throwing entire food festivals instead. Read More

Lobbyist says he illegally helped Russian and Ukrainian buy tickets to Trump inauguration

An American lobbyist who worked with Russian and Ukrainian oligarchs pleaded guilty today to failing to register as an agent of a foreign power and disclosed to prosecutors that he helped a Russian political operative and a Ukranian businessman illegally purchase four tickets to President Donald Trump’s inauguration. Read More

‘Operation Finale’ depicts capture of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann

“Operation Finale,” an earnest and effective dramatization of the efforts to find Adolph Eichmann in South America and convey him to Israel, emphasizes the evil of evil. And also, secondarily and not always comfortably, its charm. Read More

Humble clam steams up sweet, delicious

Clams are the best bivalves. Raw, they are milder, brinier andcleaner than an oyster. Steamed, they are juicier, meatier and less fishy than a mussel. They are perfect in every way. Read More

Feeling suicidal, students turned to their college. They were told to go home.

Stanford says it has behaved properly. But the case lays bare the conundrum universities face — amid a national epidemic of students dealing with depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts — in responding to a broad array of mental health issues on campus. Read More

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