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'Earthly Remains' looses Inspector Brunetti on another murderer

Donna Leon's 27th 'Inspector Brunetti' mystery is as acute and witty as her first.

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Readers write: Inspiring story, open communication, chain of knitting

Letters to the editor for the May 29, 2017 weekly magazine.

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New study asks why some American forests are moving West

According to a new study, a number of tree species in the Eastern US are making an unusual and unexpected move westward, possibly driven by changes in local weather patterns.

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In intensely harrowing 'Afterimage,' Stalinist repression shatters artist’s life

The Polish avant-garde painter Wladyslaw Strzeminski (Boguslaw Linda in a magisterial performance) is the subject of Andrzej Wajda’s final film. 

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How artists can heal – and heal others – after tragedy

Ariana Grande announced Friday she would put on a benefit concert for victims of the Manchester bombing and their families. Artists often have a unique capacity – and enormous platforms – to help communities grieve and recover from violence.

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Montana election victory is also a warning for Republicans

Montanans opted for Greg Gianforte by only 6 percentage points in a statewide House election Thursday. Half a year ago, Donald Trump carried the state by 20 points. New worries about health-care policy are one reason for the difference.

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Trump at NATO: How Manchester delayed alliance's reckoning with Russia

The terrorist attack allowed President Trump to divert the focus from Russia. But security experts say Putin's Russia and ISIS are both illiberal adversaries of the West that must be confronted with an information war.

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A day for Africans to rise

This year’s Africa Day was marked by a new movement that seeks to define liberation as starting within each African.

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With low expectations, 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales' is amusing

Some of the movie gets oppressive, but Javier Bardem is scary-funny as the phantasmal pirate-hunter Captain Salazar and a stormy sea-parting finale is impressive.

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'Baywatch' has a disposable plot

The film stars Dwayne Johnson, Kelly Rohrbach, and Zac Efron as a two-time Olympic gold-medal swimmer. 

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Iraqis demand compensation from US for bombing that killed more than 100 civilians

On March 17, US forces reportedly targeted two IS snipers in a single building, which set off a series of explosives in the house that killed many civilians. Iraqi officials, however, say that there were only civilians killed in the blast, and that there were no hidden munitions.

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Campaigning resumes in Britain after Manchester attack

The nation remains on high alert ahead of the election next month.

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Militants attack bus of Coptic Christians in Egypt

The attack reportedly bears the hallmarks of groups linked to the Islamic State.

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Probe spots massive cyclones at the poles of Jupiter

The nature and scale of the storms are causing scientists to rethink what they thought they knew about the gas giant.

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Utah anti-cyberbullying law faces criticism

The law would allow online bullies to be sent to jail for a year, but vague language in the law has led many to raise concerns about the implications of the legislation.

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Following loss in appeals court, travel ban faces final challenge in Supreme Court

It could be several months until the high court hears arguments in the case but the justices almost always have the final say when a lower court strikes down a federal law or presidential action.

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A higher sense of human rights

A Christian Science perspective: On elevating the human rights for all.

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Chechnya's anti-gay pogrom: Too much even for the Kremlin?

The Kremlin has sent a team of reputable investigators into Russia's tyrannical republic of Chechnya to examine reports of the rounding up, torture, and murder of dozens of gay men.

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Three distinct, delightful poetic voices

Acclaimed poets Linda Pastan, Cynthia Zarin, and Peter Cole offer powerful new collections.

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Top Picks: Joe Goddard's 'Electric Lines,' the REI Co-op Guide to National Parks app, and more

The app BringFido lets you find a dog-friendly hotel as well as other area attractions, such as dog parks, trails, and beaches, movie fans should check out Isabelle Huppert's work in the film Things to Come, and more top picks.

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OPEC production cuts: What they mean from US gas pumps to African wells

OPEC nations agreed to extend production cuts, which could set the stage for higher oil prices worldwide as early as next year, analysts say.

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When hostility to media becomes assault

A Republican candidate for Congress in Montana physically assaulted a reporter asking a question about health care May 24, the latest in a string of disturbing incidents, media experts say.

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Paradise found

As the summer travel season begins,we asked Monitor writers, past and present, to tell us about places that have moved them the most. Their postcards take us from a walking safari in Zambia to the monasteries of Bulgaria to a marathon in Havana.

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US patrol sends signal to Beijing's claims in South China Sea – but how strong?

Since the start of the Trump administration, the United States has held off from patrols challenging China's wide-reaching claims in the South China Sea, unnerving regional allies. That changed on Wednesday, but the longer-term pattern is unclear.

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All in the family? NATO first-timers Trump and Macron a study in contrasts.

The two fresh faces on the NATO summit stage encapsulate the opposing forces pushing and pulling on alliance countries and on the West more broadly.

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How Trump and Europe rebonded

President Trump’s first official visit with EU and NATO leaders shows why the two alliances should be based on values more than interests.

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Unusual test rocket successfully launches from New Zealand, but doesn't make orbit

Rocket Lab is the company behind the launch. The Electron rocket is smaller and lighter than most rockets, and boasts an electric engine.

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Russian opposition leader finds new platform on YouTube

Alexei Navalny is barred from television, but his videos online have earned him millions of views.

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Survey says: The fastest-growing American cities are in the South

Four of the top five fastest-growing cities are located in Texas, according to the US Census Bureau.

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Philippine forces launch attacks against ISIS-linked militants in Marawi

Militants have been causing violence in the city since Tuesday and the island has been placed under martial law by President Duterte.

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'Important items' uncovered in Manchester investigation as British officials decry US leaks

So far, there are eight suspects detained by authorities for connections to the suicide bomber Salman Abedi.

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What vampire bats can teach us about cooperation

New research reveals that vampire bats with wide social networks tend to better cope with the loss of a close relative. 

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A glimmer of hope for honeybee populations

Honeybees have been struggling for decades, but a recent survey found the lowest winter loss of beekeepers' colonies since the survey began in 2006.

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How Muhammad Ali fought the law ... and won

'Sting Like a Bee' author Leigh Montville explains how the fabled boxer vanquished the Vietnam draft.

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‘Support, consolation, and victory.’

A Christian Science perspective: Prayers for Manchester.

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'Rising Star' offers a severe but insightful assessment of Barack Obama

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Garrow has written a meticulously researched but overly detailed biography of the 44th president.

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'Jefferson' is a complex, balanced account of the Founding Father

Historian John Boles takes a noticeably less adulatory tone than past biographers yet goes surprisingly easy on Jefferson when it comes to slavery.

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Will France be all right in the center?

After the French presidential election, a look at our vocabulary for describing political parties.

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From gang life to college, one paycheck at a time

A unique Boston program will pay gang members to renounce crime and focus on getting a college degree.

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