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A Coconut Seller and a Day Laborer Reflect on Life in Astoundingly Unequal India

Stephen Carpenter

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It’s one of the world’s most unequal countries, says a new report. And the gap between rich and poor is getting worse. Two workers who each make less than $5 a day describe what their lives are like.

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March for Our Lives? March for Life? How to Know the Difference Between the Groups

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Both groups can be seen in the spotlight as abortion and gun violence take hold of the national conversation. Though similar in name, each stands behind different political issues.

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A Fund Apologizes for Its Role in the Tuskegee Syphilis Study That Targeted Black Men

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Fifty years after the study was revealed to the public and halted, the organization that made funeral payments for the men who died publicly apologized to descendants of the study’s victims.

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A Judge Dismisses a Lawsuit Against Cristiano Ronaldo Over Rape Allegations

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The lawsuit was thrown out to punish the plaintiff’s attorney over the use of leaked and stolen documents detailing attorney-client discussions between Ronaldo and his lawyers.

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