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Read more about To increase diversity in newsrooms, get rid of the bachelor's degree requirement
Read more about To increase diversity in newsrooms, get rid of the bachelor's degree requirement

To increase diversity in newsrooms, get rid of the bachelor's degree requirement

Jul 24, 2022
Read more about To increase diversity in newsrooms, get rid of the bachelor's degree requirement
Read more about To increase diversity in newsrooms, get rid of the bachelor's degree requirement
Requiring journalists to have a bachelor's degree (or sometimes a master’s) is unnecessary, morally dubious and squashes important voices.
Read more about As Po River dries up, Italy's food and energy supplies are at risk
Read more about As Po River dries up, Italy's food and energy supplies are at risk

As Po River dries up, Italy's food and energy supplies are at risk

Jun 22, 2022
Read more about As Po River dries up, Italy's food and energy supplies are at risk
Read more about As Po River dries up, Italy's food and energy supplies are at risk
Water is so low in large stretches of Italy's largest river that local residents are walking through the middle of the expanse of sand and shipwrecks are resurfacing.
Read more about Albania enlists Patagonia to make wild Vjosa River a park
Read more about Albania enlists Patagonia to make wild Vjosa River a park

Albania enlists Patagonia to make wild Vjosa River a park

Jun 21, 2022
Read more about Albania enlists Patagonia to make wild Vjosa River a park
Read more about Albania enlists Patagonia to make wild Vjosa River a park
Albanian officials have declared the Vjosa River and its tributaries a future national park, a move aimed at preserving what they called one of the last wild rivers in Europe.
Read more about A key inflation gauge rose 5.8% in 2021, most in 39 years
Read more about A key inflation gauge rose 5.8% in 2021, most in 39 years

A key inflation gauge rose 5.8% in 2021, most in 39 years

Jan 30, 2022
Read more about A key inflation gauge rose 5.8% in 2021, most in 39 years
Read more about A key inflation gauge rose 5.8% in 2021, most in 39 years
A measure of prices that is closely tracked by the Federal Reserve rose 5.8% last year, the sharpest increase since 1982.
Read more about Hot weekend for Europe, officials warn of extreme fire risk
Read more about Hot weekend for Europe, officials warn of extreme fire risk

Hot weekend for Europe, officials warn of extreme fire risk

Jun 19, 2022
Read more about Hot weekend for Europe, officials warn of extreme fire risk
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People flocked to parks and pools across Western Europe on Saturday for a bit of respite from an early heat wave that saw the mercury rise above 40 C (104 F) in France and Spain.
Read more about Pandamania: Twin cubs in French zoo take 1st steps in public
Read more about Pandamania: Twin cubs in French zoo take 1st steps in public

Pandamania: Twin cubs in French zoo take 1st steps in public

Dec 13, 2021
Read more about Pandamania: Twin cubs in French zoo take 1st steps in public
Read more about Pandamania: Twin cubs in French zoo take 1st steps in public
First, a steady crawl. Then a short clumsy slide across the slick stone floor at their home at the Beauval Zoo near Paris. Then finally the big show as the twin giant panda cubs took their first steps in public on Saturday.
Read more about Smithsonian to show 120 orange statues of female scientists
Read more about Smithsonian to show 120 orange statues of female scientists

Smithsonian to show 120 orange statues of female scientists

Feb 13, 2022
Read more about Smithsonian to show 120 orange statues of female scientists
Read more about Smithsonian to show 120 orange statues of female scientists
The Smithsonian will commemorate Women's History Month in March by displaying 120 life-size neon orange statues depicting women who have excelled in the fields of science and technology.
Read more about With no sign of eruption's end, ash blankets La Palma island
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With no sign of eruption's end, ash blankets La Palma island

Nov 02, 2021
Read more about With no sign of eruption's end, ash blankets La Palma island
Read more about With no sign of eruption's end, ash blankets La Palma island
A volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma that has been erupting for six weeks spewed greater quantities of ash from its main mouth Sunday, a day after producing its strongest earthquake to date.
Read more about Amid Ukraine's war, a farmer takes comfort in her snails
Read more about Amid Ukraine's war, a farmer takes comfort in her snails

Amid Ukraine's war, a farmer takes comfort in her snails

Jun 20, 2022
Read more about Amid Ukraine's war, a farmer takes comfort in her snails
Read more about Amid Ukraine's war, a farmer takes comfort in her snails
The Ukrainian farmer was living a quiet life with the quietest of creatures: snails that she raises for export. Then, skies on the horizon turned flaming red. Russia had launched its invasion and nearby towns were burning.
Read more about Happy together: Orphaned turtles and kids who set them free
Read more about Happy together: Orphaned turtles and kids who set them free

Happy together: Orphaned turtles and kids who set them free

Jun 19, 2022
Read more about Happy together: Orphaned turtles and kids who set them free
Read more about Happy together: Orphaned turtles and kids who set them free
The circle of life was on vivid display at the Jersey Shore recently in a way that even the youngest children could understand.