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What Afghanistan's Women Stand to Lose
By Zahra Nader and Amie Ferris-Rotman
"All that I have worked for, all of my dreams, have become zero"
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Why the White House COVID-19 Strategy Now Involves Vaccine Booster Shots
By Alice Park
The support for the additional shot comes even before the final studies are completed
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Depop Made Sustainable Shopping Cool for Gen Z. What Happens When Parents Crash the Party?
By Eliana Dockterman
An ambitious expansion could put the company's cachet at risk
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Researchers Studied Over 4 Million 911 Calls. Their Findings Could Influence Police Reform
By Josiah Bates
According to this study, mental health incidents only made up 1.3% of all the calls examined
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From Stillwater to Sweet Girl, A New Crop of Movies Explores the Plight of Modern Dads
By Belinda Luscombe
Recently, the father-daughter relationship has become fertile ground for action movies
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