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  • Austin bomb saga shows law enforcement's deep new reach

    For one, the bomber, whom police identified as Mark Anthony Conditt, lived just a block from Rocha’s house. “I’ve seen him so many times,” says Rocha, who has been a resident of Pflugerville for 28 years. Recommended: How much do you know about Texas?

    Wed, 21 Mar 2018 16:51:11 -0400
  • Finland's homeless crisis nearly solved. How? By giving homes to all who need.

    As anyone who has visited Europe recently can attest, the scourge of homelessness has reached epidemic proportions. The only exception to the trend is Finland, according to FEANTSA, the European Federation of National Organizations Working with the Homeless. There, homelessness is, remarkably, on the decline.

    Wed, 21 Mar 2018 15:34:00 -0400
  • A Saudi leader’s test of moderation

    During his long visit to the United States, one question has hung over Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman: What do you mean exactly in promising to restore “moderate Islam” to Saudi Arabia? For a wealthy nation that exported hate-filled theology for decades and long dictated the religious expression of its people, the promise seems like an impossible revolution in thought. Prince Mohammed, who has effectively run Saudi Arabia since 2017, wants his country to be “open to the world and tolerant of other faiths.” He seeks to “destroy” the extremist ideas of groups like the Muslim Brotherhood, Al Qaeda, and the Islamic State.

    Wed, 21 Mar 2018 15:25:11 -0400
  • Putin's provocations: Is it a new cold war if West doesn't push back?

    When NBC journalist Megyn Kelly interviewed Vladimir Putin this month, she asked about Russian protectorate Syria’s continuing use of chemical weapons. “One wants to say, ‘Boring,’ ” Mr. Putin sighed. Recommended: Sochi, Soviets, and czars: How much do you know about Russia?

    Wed, 21 Mar 2018 14:53:03 -0400
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