World & Nation
World & Nation
Questions remain about Woodland Hills woman found alive after going missing in Zion National Park
The lack of gear and preparation for her expedition has led one local search and rescue team member to question how the woman survived the ordeal.
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A year after nationwide protests, Chile goes to the polls on new constitution
A year after protests that paralyzed the nation, Chileans vote Sunday on replacing their constitution approved under dictator Augusto Pinochet.
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Mike Pence's Indiana hometown built by a different kind of Republican
Locals celebrate a Christian Republican from their Indiana hometown as presidential material. But they're talking about the late industrialist J. Irwin Miller, not Mike Pence.
'There is a voter-suppression wing': An ugly American tradition clouds the 2020 presidential race
At the courts and polls, President Trump and his allies move to limit voting. The GOP cites fraud, but voting rights advocates see an old foe: voter suppression.
Coronavirus bears down on a small Montana town
Towns like Whitefish, Mont., once could afford to view the coronavirus as a distant big-city problem. Not anymore.
The U.N.'s World Food Program, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, keeps focus on reaching zero global hunger
The United Nations' World Food Program, recently named a recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, is aiming for zero food hunger by 2030.
Evo Morales' party wins Bolivian election, but where does the exiled former president fit in?
The leftist Movement Toward Socialism party won a comeback victory in Bolivia, but it's unclear what Evo Morales' role is now, or if he'll return.
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New forecasts show why masks are the easiest — and cheapest — way to save U.S. lives
If nearly all Americans would wear face masks when they leave their homes, they could save over 100,000 lives by the end of February, a study says.
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In run-up to election, Trump attempts mediation between Armenia and Azerbaijan, Israel and Sudan
After avoiding the Armenia-Azerbaijan clashes of the last month, the Trump administration meets with parties to debate solutions.
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U.S. to attempt mediation between Armenia and Azerbaijan
After avoiding the Armenia-Azerbaijan clashes of the last month, Trump administration meets with parties to debate solutions.
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Column One: What this West African village's Ebola fight can teach the U.S. about COVID-19
A reporter who covered an Ebola outbreak in West Africa discovers troubling parallels in the U.S. over the coronavirus, including conspiracy theories and denial.
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Op-Ed: Barrett's confirmation would seal a Catholic court supermajority. It's all about timing
Polarized Christians and the end of Protestant hegemony have ushered Catholics onto the Supreme Court.
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As Myanmar prepares to vote, a COVID-19 outbreak is exposing the country's meager progress
Five years after emerging from military rule, optimism over Myanmar's future is sinking over a troubled economy, a tarnished international image and an election that observers say won't be free or fair.
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Column: Joe Biden finds a way to handle a brat like Trump
The best response to Trump's bleating is not to jab back but to treat him as if he were a child or a drunk — detach from the ego battles, smile and look away in disbelief.
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19 women allege medical abuse in Georgia immigration detention
Records and a report obtained by the Times detail allegations of widespread medical abuse and forced sterilization against women held at an immigration detention center in Georgia. The report was presented to Congress Thursday.
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Key takeaways from the second and final Trump-Biden debate
COVID, overseas business deals, race relations, immigration and a mute button
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Watching U.S. presidential vote, much of the world sees a less-strong America
U.S. presidential election unfolds as surveys show global perceptions of the American system have changed for the worse.
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