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Silicon Valley is perhaps the world’s leading crucible of innovation. But it is a man’s world – with women making up only 25 percent of the tech workforce. Meet the people working to change that.
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The Ferguson grand jury will deliver its decision on the Michael Brown shooting Monday, and local black churches are stepping into to be 'safe places' and to provide leadership.
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Part 1 of 4: Tom Daschle and Trent Lott urge lawmakers to spend more time in Washington, build relationships across the aisle, and retool the committee process.
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Students met with Carrie Lam, Hong Kong's No. 2, in talks broadcast on big screens around the city. Ms. Lam said the government would pass on the grievances of the Occupy Central movement to Beijing.
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The security agreement signed by the US and Afghanistan Tuesday doesn't mean big numbers of American troops. It means an important confidence boost.
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Pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong turned chaotic this weekend, as police used tear gas on crowds seeking a greater say in the region's governance. But the confrontation has long been in the works.
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In a Gaza City neighborhood that saw some of the fiercest fighting in last summer's war, a children's center teaches free thinking, life skills, and ethics.
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To President Obama, the immigration overhaul he announced in a speech Thursday night is focused on people. To the GOP, the attention of the nation should be focused on how he took action. This tension will define the coming political immigration war.
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With 12 Japanese MLB players having appeared in the World Series – Nori Aoki of the Kansas City Royals is the latest – avid baseball fans across East Asia want the sport restored after two Olympic shutouts.
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As Syrian refugees and their Jordanian hosts struggle to make ends meet in a stressed economy, tensions are boiling over into their kids’ worlds.
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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets with President Obama for a private dinner tonight, but the prime minister is fasting for a Hindu religious festival. This is Modi's first official visit.
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Scotland's vote on independence, and a later referendum on Britain's membership in the EU, spur questions about the country's role in the world.
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This year's Women in Public Service Project, winding down Thursday, hosts 50 women from around the world to teach them to lead local efforts

Property rights + middle class = democracy? Not in Thailand
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For many Thais, the military coup last week was a familiar scene. Although Thailand has had 12 successful coups, this one is a sharper turn,

Homelessness declines as new thinking fuels 'giant untold success'
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Homelessness in America has declined 17 percent since 2005 as states reverse the old prevailing wisdom. Now, moving into a home can be the f

Pakistan PM to attend Narendra Modi's inauguration, raising hopes of a thaw
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For the first time since India and Pakistan split in 1947, a prime minister from one country will attend the inauguration of the other. A bi

Wedding tourism in Taiwan: lots of flash, little cash
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Thousands of couples from Hong Kong to Australia are staging cheaper and more elaborate weddings in Taiwan. Photo shoots are especially popu

Festering and forgotten, Pakistan's other war burns on
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The separatist insurgency in Balochistan Province is overshadowed by the Pakistan Taliban. Reporters often avoid the region, where the Pakis

US indicts China's PLA hackers: Productive, or desperate?
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The Obama administration, clearly frustrated at the extent of Chinese industrial espionage, has indicted five military officers for stealing

Pakistanis wary of Modi's triumph in Indian election
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Narenda Modi's victorious BJP took a bellicose stand on Pakistan during the campaign, but a deep partnership that lies beneath the tensions

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Furthering the debate over the state of US higher education, a Gallup survey of college graduates found that it's what you do at school, not

In Indian election trail, a new brand of 'rurban' voters
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What's next after Afghanistan's presidential election? Young Afghans spe...
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No one has more at stake in Afghanistan’s presidential elections than its legions of young people, who have come of age in a post-Taliban na

India's election: Five questions on the world's largest democracy
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Today is the first round of voting for India's next parliament, launching a five-week-long process that is the world's largest democratic ex

Retail politics, Afghanistan-style: how two front-runners woo voters
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Presidential candidates Abdullah Abdullah and Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai energized thousands of their respective supporters at rallies in the Pan

After two hearings, Egyptian court issues death sentence verdict for 529...
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Today's ruling follows the first mass trial of Muslim Brotherhood supporters. The defendants were convicted of attacking a police station in

Are 'battling begums' keeping Bangladesh back?
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Corruption charges threaten to worsen the animosity between the two women who have run the country for the past 20 years. Political instabil

Why Europe can't hit Russia with its biggest club: energy sanctions (+vi...
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Europe has sanctioned Russian individuals in response to the Crimea crisis, but it confronts an inescapable fact when it comes to targeting

Massive cyberattacks slam official sites in Russia, Ukraine
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After Sunday's disputed Crimea vote, Russian government sites were hit with a powerful wave of denial-of-service attacks, apparently in resp

How teachers bring women’s history and women’s rights to life (+video)
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As the world marks International Women’s Day, a glimpse at some innovative classroom lessons.

Tots and pot: When to warn kids?
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One mom is starting the anti-drug chat with her daughter – really early. Thinking a decade or so in advance, this mom tackles a parenting to

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