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Photo-essay: Old Traditions, New Pastures: Portugal’s last shepherds (unlocked)* Photographer Rafael Marchante, of Reuters, accompanied a flock of sheep and goats from the Portuguese region of Seia...
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Stories and and images that matter this week.
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F&O's stories that matter this week. 
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Quality  journalism is the ultimate democratic project: how will our legislatures, and systems of distributing goods and services, fare without common, evidence-based, non-partisan information sources to inform our decisions?
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This is the subject that haunts me.
By Deborah JonesDecember 19, 2014 In early December a young, pregnant and dead whale was found near Vancouver Island off Western Canada. Her carcass was towed from the water and left on shore to aw...
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Stories that matter to us this week: EL Doctorow; King Crabs descend on Antarctica; the British invasion of American pop; a photographer's view of the Tour de France,and how American psychologists colluded in torture. An analyst's look forward to Taiwan's election; a look at the man with the toupee who aspires to be America's next president; and a quirky Brief Encounter with John Mortimer.
The stories that mattered to us this week range from the passing of EL Doctorow to invasions -- the army of King Crabs descending on Antarctica and the British invasion of American pop. We feature ...
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Yulin’s annual grotesquerie, held to celebrate the solstice and the onset of summer, is over. Outraged dog lovers the world over can relax with the normal fare that saturates our pop news and social media, of LOL catz and pictures of bacon dishes. We likely don’t want to know that some 25 million dogs are killed and eaten each year, worldwide.  Nor do we want to know that the volume of other animals used for meat dwarfs the millions of dogs.
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Some of our latest work on Facts and Opinions. Don't just stand here outside window shopping -- drop in and say hello.
As we spin into a northern summer, F&O presents a rich reading smorgasbord for the end of one week and the beginning of another. Dispatches -- in Science, Justice, Geo, and Publica -- explore h...
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Scorecard, Wednesday, Jan. 7: Pen - 0. Sword - 12, and counting. Masked gunmen with AK47s and a rocket launcher killed at least 10 journalists and two police officers early Wednesday at the offices...
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Words and images, and a spot of music, for the holidays.
  FEATURES: Newfoundland's Offshore Account. Photo-essay by Greg Locke/F&O  (subscription*) The few oilfields off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada, in the Northwest Atlantic, are  small c...
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This week's elegant stories and sharp analysis that you won't find anywhere else: boutique journalism worth your time, amid torrents of infotainment.   
Facts and Opinions this week features two elegant pieces about people who mattered in the worlds of sports and music: E. Kaye Fulton's tribute to "glorious gentleman" Jean Béliveau (open), and Bria...
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