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The ultimate high ground: Russia and US try to set rules for space weapons
Russia, the U.S., and other space-going nations are trying to establish a military presence in space around Earth – and defend themselves from rivals.
Why tens of thousands of Russians are protesting in the streets
Some 4,000 miles from Moscow, protesters in Khabarovsk see the charges against their governor as political and demand that he stand trial at home.
With Siberia in flames, climate change hits home for Russia
Siberia is experiencing a sweltering heat wave that has unleashed devastating fires in the Russian tundra. Scientists say climate change is the cause.
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The roots of inherent rights like voting
The 19th Amendment helped shatter the excuses used to subordinate women. It was a historic moment in proclaiming the equality of all.
The pandemic’s food crisis sparks a green revolution
A report in Britain shows how nimble innovation can help a country rethink food security after a period of log-jams and panic.
Why old-style news is new again
The pandemic has forced Americans to turn to traditional media and away from “iffy” sources. This truth-seeking could last longer than the disaster driving it.
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