Democracy Dies in Darkness
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In their first extensive interview since being freed, Alex Drueke and Andy Tai Huynh recount the physical and psychological abuse they endured in captivity.
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Amid a historic U.S. teacher shortage, a “Most Outstanding Teacher” from the Philippines tries to help save a struggling school in rural Arizona.
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The attacks sparked terror across the region and triggered a massive manhunt that was continually stymied and in some ways critically flawed.
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View of vineyards, St. Remy de Provence, France. (Abelardo Morell)
Acclaimed photographer Abelardo Morell uses a revolutionary camera-obscura technique to create artworks inspired by the great masters.
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A self-conscious sketch kicks off "Saturday Night Live's" rebuilding year, minus several beloved cast members.
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Sergio Aragonés has drawn for MAD magazine since he arrived in New York from Mexico 60 years ago. Now he's contributed to a special 70th anniversary edition.
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These fall soup recipes deliver on flavor and comfort, whether you want something rich and creamy or light and brothy.
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