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“Off the Ruling Class”

Stories from a Cold Case at the Cleveland Museum of Art Read More

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Future Healers of Tomorrow

A summer camp for young mediums Read More

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From Scratch

One evening this spring, a young woman stood over the fire in her tiny, tin-walled home, stirring guisado, a traditional Mayan stew, in a heavy clay pot. Her two young…

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From Scratch

A Guatemalan business ferries home-cooked meals across the border Read More

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Perhaps the World Ends Here

Climate disaster at Wounded Knee Read More

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We Aren’t the People with Big Hats

Seeking out Judaism in Venice Read More

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The Border We All Cross

A Turkish cemetery houses bodies lost at sea Read More

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Teacher, Teacher

Private daycares prepare children for success but often leave their employees behind Read More

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Seeking Asylum

Out of sight on Leros, the island of the damned Read More

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Alternative Medicine

In Russia, doctors master a new clinical skill: listening and talking with empathy Read More

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In the Drink

Known unknowns in the Cape Fear River Read More

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Horizontal World

After rebuilding Fraguas, a town destroyed under Franco, Spanish squatters face eviction Read More

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English Referendums and Scotch Voters

After years of post-Brexit uncertainty, Scotland’s independence movement has become resurgent Read More

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The Wrong Side of History

Left to the tender mercies of the state, a group of veterans and their families continue to reside in a shut-down town Read More

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Civic Virtues

Green-Wood Cemetery, where objectionable statues are laid to rest Read More

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Oil and Water

Olive farmers confront climate change in the West Bank Read More

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The Blood Is Still There

Marking the unspeakable at the site of the Sand Creek Massacre Read More

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Not in My Backyard

Amid Berlin’s affordable housing shortage, urban gardens have been sowing unrest Read More

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Close to Home

Liberia’s unmarked graves Read More

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Brazil on the Eve of Authoritarian Rule

It’s all true: life in Belo Horizonte before the election of Jair Bolsonaro Read More

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The Shapes of Stones

The careful act of paying respects to kin while under curfew in Kashmir Read More

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Tipping Point

In Jharkhand, women take on the timber mafia Read More

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The Haunting of Western Pennsylvania

Groan if you’ve heard this one before: the Halloween boom in the Rust Belt Read More

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The Things They Carried

Relying on personal effects and DNA, forensic scientists work to identify undocumented migrants who passed away in South Texas Read More

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Tiny Sparks

A Paris photo agency transitions to the digital age Read More

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Indistinguishable from Magic

Dynamicland seeks to free us from our devices—through technology Read More

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Hot, Silent, and Brand New

Back and forth across the Phoenix sprawl in triple-digit heat Read More

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The Grunts of the System

In the face of zero tolerance and family separation, public defenders in Texas are using novel arguments in the hopes of assisting asylum-seekers Read More

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