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Why India’s boom years have been a bust.

The Nobel laureate’s short stories are her lasting legacy to the literary world.

In the stories of Kjell Askildsen, all that the men want is to be unseen.

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Calling out discrimination can be a slippery thing, but the shame, humiliation and powerlessness we feel because of overly aggressive policing is real.

Ebola victim's body removed.

Decades of corruption have left Liberians suspicious of their government.

At the People’s Climate March in New York City on September 21, there’s a world to march for.

A new crop of progressive populists is winning primaries across the nation and challenging Clintonian orthodoxy.

Finally, a different picture is emerging of the former New York City mayor.

Talking heads like former General Jack Keane are all over the news media fanning fears of IS. Shouldn’t the public know about their links to Pentagon contractors?

Hong Kong is one of the most unequal developed economies in the world. Now the mainland government wants to keep a tight grip on the territory’s political system too.

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