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By Ian Sample The genetic engineering of humans has great potential to help those destined to inherit serious, incurable diseases, according to one of Britain’s...

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By David Montgomery and Alan Blinder The Obama administration on Wednesday faced its first major challenge to its directive this month about the civil rights...

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By Krishnadev Calamur The Taliban’s new leader, Haibatullah Akhundzada, is being described as a “hardline religious scholar” who issues most of the group’s fatwas, as...

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By Matt Vasilogambros South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley signed a bill on Wednesday that bans abortions 20 weeks after conception. The law does not have...

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By Ed Yong In February 1990, thanks to a 15-year-old boy named Bruno Kowalsczewski, footsteps echoed through the chambers of Bruniquel Cave for the first...

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By Maajid Nawaz Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan came to power in 2002, a year after the formation of his AK party. But spending 11 years...

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By Ian Johnson Along the valleys and mountains hugging the East China Sea, a Chinese government campaign to remove crosses from church spires has left...

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By David Edwards The host of a Texas political show on Sunday asked Keven Ellis, a candidate for State Board of Education in District 9,...

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By Christine Hauser Oklahoma lawmakers have introduced a bill that would allow students to request on religious grounds that their public schools provide a bathroom...

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By Anthony Lydgate It's difficult to know what to make of the giraffe. It shuffles like a camel (right legs forward, then left legs) but...