The U.S. government separated thousands of families despite knowing it lacked the technology to document and track their whereabouts, according to a report released Wednesday by an internal government watchdog.
When Cynthia Bailey made the runoff for the Houston City Council District B race, no one was more surprised than she was. “I went to bed in third,” Bailey said. “But when I woke up, I was in second. I said, ‘Oh, Lord.’ I got so excited. And I knew then that, hey, these people really care, and they really know the work that I do, that it speaks for itself.”
A new exhibit?at the Dallas Museum of Art invites visitors to reimagine communication beyond the boundaries of speech. The exhibit features site-specific installations and new commissioned pieces from seven leading and emerging international designers who worked closely with medical field experts. The idea is to merge research methods with aesthetics to explore new approaches to […]
Journalist Mike Thompson joins us to talk about one bright spot in the Syrian Civil War: a secret world of books that offered normality and refuge.
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