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The State Department's point person on North Korea is the latest official to leave after a long career in diplomacy. Experts see Joseph Yun's departure as a major setback in efforts to find a diplomatic way out of the crisis over North Korea's nuclear program.

When it comes to antidepressants and other psychotropic drugs, author Lauren Slater says, "We don't really know what we're taking into our bodies." Her new book is Blue Dreams.

The report finds that broadcast TV and children's series are increasingly diverse, but people of color remain underrepresented on all fronts, including lead roles, writers, directors and showrunners.

Fane Lozman's second trip to the U.S. Supreme Court could have far-reaching implications for freedom of speech.

The Supreme Court to decide whether a U.S. warrant can compel Microsoft to turn over a user's emails stored in Ireland.

Envy is an unflattering, miserable emotion. It can prompt us to improve our lives — and also cause us to feel resentment, rage, and a desire for revenge.

Exploding ATMs add another complication to Rio de Janeiro's chronic security crisis, spreading fear among the public and dealing a blow to property prices for residents with homes near banks.

Since the mass killing at a Parkland, Fla., earlier this month, many teachers have called on funds to sell their stakes in gun-makers. But some fund managers say that may not lead to industry change.

Following the Chinese Communist Party's announcement that it plans to do away with term limits, paving the way for President Xi Jinping to continue his rule, China's internet censors have cracked down on criticism posted and shared on Chinese social media, including a meme featuring Winnie the Pooh.

The Weinstein Co. is filing for bankruptcy. For alleged victims of Harvey Weinstein's sexual abuse that might put compensation further out of reach.




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