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Where The Women Aren’t: On Coronavirus Task Forces
The pandemic is reportedly taking a greater toll on women. Yet women are underrepresented in expert groups that decide how to control the coronavirus and where funds should go.
Fake Facts Are Flying About Coronavirus. Now There’s A Plan To Debunk Them
Rumors and untruths are spreading online — from conspiracy theories about the origin of the virus to outlandish treatments.
Countries Are Ranked On Everything From Health To Happiness. What’s The Point?
Nonprofits and advocacy groups use the rankings as a tool to name and shame countries into improving their policies. But the indexes do have some drawbacks.
Prize-Winning #iPhoneOnly Photos: From Dinos To Divers
A selection of the winning photos from the 2018 iPhone Photography Awards contest.
VIDEO: 10-Year-Old ‘DJ Switch’ From Ghana Will Melt Your Heart
She raps, dances and plays trumpet and keyboards. She loves school and wants to be a gynecologist when she grows up. But right now she just wants to make people happy.
#MosqueMeToo Gives Muslim Women A Voice About Sexual Misconduct At Mecca
Inspired by a viral Facebook post, Muslim women around the world are sharing their stories of being groped and fondled in the holiest place in the Islamic world.
How To Make The World A Better Place In 2018, According To Pope Francis
He spoke about topics in the headlines but also voiced concerns about the risks of technology and the need to develop better drugs without worrying about profits.