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Photos: People's Climate March Around the World

12 of 23From left, primatologist Jane Goodall, environmental activist and former Vice President Al Gore, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon participate in the People's Climate March on Sunday in New York ... [Published US News & World Report - 8 hours ago]
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New York Families File Lawsuit Over Underfunded Public Charter Schools

While all eyes in New York are on a lawsuit challenging teacher tenure, another suit stands to have an even larger impact on the future of the state’s low-income and minority students – and it could set a precedent for other states. Five families in Buffalo ... [Published US News & World Report - 5 hours ago]
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Transparency Advocates Denounce Secret Lawmaking

Transparency advocates gathered Monday to denounce secret lawmaking and restricted access to everything from municipal bicycle rules to documents supporting the targeted killing of Americans.The Advisory Committee on Transparency, which works with the ... [Published US News & World Report - 4 hours ago]
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The GOP Needs to Campaign on Issues in 2014, Not Just Against Obama

Conservatives, especially those “inside the Beltway,” are starting to get a little nervous. They watch the polls like ordinary Americans follow the box scores in baseball – and they don’t like what they see. To them, the data says the Democrats are still ... [Published US News & World Report - 5 hours ago]
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The Weekend in Photos: Syrian Refugees Flee to Turkey, People's Climate March, Pope Francis Visits Albania and More

1 of 10Riot police use water cannons to disperse Kurdish demonstrators who were clashing with Turkish security forces at the Turkey-Syria border in Suruc, Turkey, on Monday. Turkey opened its border Saturday to admit up to 60,000 people fleeing the Islamic ... [Published US News & World Report - 7 hours ago]
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Afghanistan Has New Split Leadership With Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, Abdullah Abdullah: Now What?

Aftertwo contentious elections , months of reviews and accusations of fraud – on top of reports that the local economy is floundering while Taliban attacks soar – Afghanistan finally has the promise of new leadership.Sort of.Presidential candidates Ashraf ... [Published US News & World Report - 7 hours ago]
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Obamacare Insurance Plans May Have a Loophole for Pre-existing Conditions

The Affordable Care Act changed the rules on how health insurance plans dealt with pre-existing conditions, outlawing the practice of turning away patients with expensive conditions or charging them a drastically higher cost for coverage. But an editorial ... [Published US News & World Report - 6 hours ago]
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Shakespeare's 'King Lear' Echoes Our Modern Politics

On the sunlit first day of fall, Washington parted ways with London's Globe Theatre, which brought "King Lear" to the nation's capital for a much-too-short run at the Folger Theatre. After opening in that warm space a couple of weeks ago, the Shakespeare's ... [Published US News & World Report - 7 hours ago]
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If the GOP Wins the Senate in 2014, It Must Compromise

The Republicans are working hard to win the Senate in November. Oddly, the party has yet to answer what would become the most salient question if they are successful: Do they plan to use the Senate majority to make noise or to make a difference?Let’s ... [Published US News & World Report - 8 hours ago]
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New York's People's Climate March Urges Against Oil, Gas and Global Warming

On Sunday, ahead of Tuesday’s United Nations climate summit, an estimated 400,000 people descended on New York City for the largest climate change demonstration in history. Activists, labor unions and other supporters contributed to the turnout at the ... [Published US News & World Report - 8 hours ago]
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Choosing Between Partial and Total Knee Replacements

Less is not alwaysmore. When it comes to knee replacements, total knee replacements havehistorically trumped partial knee replacements – and for good reason. Knee surgeryis complicated business (the knee comprises three joints, which are heldtogether ... [Published US News & World Report - 8 hours ago]
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Secret Service Shouldn't Overreact to D.C. White House Break-In

Pre-9/11, pre-Islamic State group, pre–a lot of things that scare people, the episode of an apparently disturbed man scaling the fence in front of the White House, racing to the front door and actually getting past the threshold would have been little ... [Published US News & World Report - 12 hours ago]

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