Newsletter

Newsletter

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By Isabelle Taft, The Texas Tribune Spurred in part by frustration at a proposed textbook that has been called racist and inaccurate, over 200 educators,...

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By Olivia P. Tallet Mexican Americans might not recognize their cultural history as it unfolds in a new textbook proposed for Texas public schools. Chicanos are...

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By Alister Doyle Some coral reefs are thriving and scientists say they may guide efforts to curb threats such as over-fishing and climate change which...

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By Hemant Mehta After his arrest last month on charges of drug possession, Taylor Bast was told by his parole officer that he had to...

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By Hemant Mehta The three Washington State Supreme Court justices up for re-election this November won’t have a free walk into another term; there will...

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By Ayman El Kaissi Social networking site Facebook is facing heavy criticism after removing major atheist pages. Facebook removed more than six Arabic-speaking atheist pages due...

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By Cathy Lynn Grossman Creationist Christian tourists may soon flock to the Ark Encounter, a literal vision of Noah’s story in Genesis come to life...

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Not unexpectedly, Christian nation advocates emphasize letters or other writings that suggest Madison was a Christian. But their emphasis on Madison's religiosity, just like...

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By Jason Thomson Nature can turn carbon dioxide into rock, but it takes thousands upon thousands of years. Scientists in Iceland may have just figured...

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By Simon Brown David Barton is still David Barton, which means the Religious Right’s favorite fake historian is once again distorting facts to suit his...