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Islamic jurisprudence does not encourage abortion, but unlike the Catholic Church, it does not absolutely forbid it.
Anti-vaxxers need to relax.
In Thrown, Kerry Howley explores the fleeting ecstasy of a brutal sport.
The buffer zone decision is wonderfully logical but also divorced from real experience.
Men's hormone levels correlate with their pregnant partners. Some men even experience morning sickness.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership and the downside to free trade.
It is easy, but wrong, to see development in terms of 'genes for X' or a nature/nurture balance.
Two radical notions in the early 1970s, having a black president and permitting homosexual marriage, have pretty much come to pass.
Claude S. Fischer
The U.S. is funding development in restive Northern Nigeria, but soft power isn't blunting anti-American sentiments.
He didn't believe in short-cuts.
Glenn C. Loury
Who are you in the eyes of the ACA?
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