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A man holds national flags of Eritrea (left) and Ethiopia as he waits for the arrival of Eritrea's president at the airport in Gondar, nothern Ethiopia, in November. Eduardo Soteras/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Will Ethiopia's Democratic Awakening Catch On Next Door In Eritrea?

Ethiopia has stunned the world with its reforms. Eritreans face steep challenges if they want to follow suit.

Will Ethiopia's Democratic Awakening Catch On Next Door In Eritrea?

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In Anna and the Apocalypse, Ella Hunt plays the titular teenager Anna, who fends off a zombie invasion in song. Gerardo Jaconelli/Orion Pictures hide caption

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'Anna And The Apocalypse': The Scottish Zombie Christmas High School Musical

Ella Hunt, who stars as the titular Anna, explains the undead metaphor, her own teenage years, and the impact of co-creator Ryan McHenry — who died before he could see this movie completed.

'Anna And The Apocalypse': The Scottish Zombie Christmas High School Musical

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Voting By Mail Is On The Rise, But Could Alleged N.C. Election Fraud Change That?

Election fraud happens, but not the kind President Trump talks about with people voting twice. It's most common with mail votes. Experts are warning of a backlash to a method 1 in 5 voters now uses.

Charlottesville Jury Convicts 'Unite The Right' Protester Who Killed Woman

James Alex Fields Jr. was found guilty of killing Heather Heyer in Charlottesville, Va., last year. Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail /AP hide caption

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Man Who Drove Vehicle Into Charlottesville Counterprotesters, Killing Heather Heyer, Found Guilty

The jury convicted James Alex Fields Jr. of first-degree murder on Friday after several hours of deliberation. He rammed his car into a crowd of counterprotesters in 2017, killing Heyer and injuring several others.

Charlottesville Jury Convicts 'Unite The Right' Protester Who Killed Woman

James Alex Fields Jr. was found guilty of killing Heather Heyer in Charlottesville, Va., last year. Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail /AP hide caption

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James Alex Fields, Unite The Right Protester Who Killed Heather Heyer, Found Guilty

The jury convicted James Alex Fields Jr. of first-degree murder on Friday after several hours of deliberation. He rammed his car into a crowd of counterprotesters in 2017, killing Heyer and injuring several others.

Prosecutors on Friday unveiled their sentencing recommendation for former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen who has been cooperating with prosecutors conducting the Russia investigation and others. Mary Altaffer/AP hide caption

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Ex-Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Should Get 'Substantial Prison Term,' Feds Say

Prosecutors acknowledged that Cohen has been cooperating with cases in New York City but nonetheless said the crimes he has admitted committing are serious enough to warrant prison.

Ex-Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Should Get 'Substantial Prison Term,' Feds Say

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"At the and of the day, I feel like your purpose can come from making one person feel like they're not alone," Alessia Cara says. supadupabrick/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'It's A Learning Curve': Alessia Cara On Growing Up, The Grammys And More

The Canadian singer-songwriter took home the Grammy Award for best new artist in 2018. Now she's back with her sophomore album, The Pains of Growing.

'It's A Learning Curve': Alessia Cara On Growing Up, The Grammys And More

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Andrea Mantegna's "Madonna della Vittoria," housed in the Louvre in Paris, includes a depiction of Adam, Eve and those tempting apples. Christophel Fine Art/UIG via Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: Satanic Display Shows Power Of The Bible

NPR's Scott Simon reflects on the Satanic Temple display in the Illinois State Capitol.

Opinion: Satanic Display Shows Power Of The Bible

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Educators from the Acero charter school network hold signs as they protest during a strike outside Chicago Public Schools headquarters. Joshua Lott/Getty Images hide caption

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Teachers In Chicago's Charter Schools Go On Strike, And Troubled For-Profit College Closes Campuses

In this week's roundup of education news: The nation's first strike at a charter school network. We also look at new reports about the supply of special ed teachers and a rise in school spending.

The Ferryman follows the large family of a man who was "disappeared" in the Northern Ireland conflicts of the late 20th century. Paddy Considine (standing) plays Quinn, the head of the family and the brother of the dead man. Joan Marcus/Courtesy of The Ferryman hide caption

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Northern Ireland's Troubled Past Surfaces In Family Drama 'The Ferryman'

In the latest Broadway play by Jez Butterworth, the body of a man who was violently "disappeared" 10 years ago has been found in a bog. It augurs bad things for the dead man's family.

Northern Ireland's Troubled Past Surfaces In Family Drama 'The Ferryman'

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Five wooden markers stand in a makeshift memorial outside the Annapolis Capitol Gazette offices in Annapolis, Md., in early July, honoring the employees killed by a gunman just days before. The victims were editor Gerald Fischman, 61; editor and columnist Rob Hiaasen, 59; reporter and editor John McNamara, 56; reporter and columnist Wendi Winters, 65; and sales assistant Rebecca Smith, 34. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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A Gentle, Agonized Response To Trump's Rage About Journalists

Joshua McKerrow is a photojournalist at Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Md.; five of his colleagues where shot and killed this summer. After an angry presidential tweet, he shared a story of loss.

People walk through Ain Issa, one of the camps that holds displaced Syrians as well as foreign wives of ISIS fighters and their children. Thousands of foreign women and children languish in shelters in northeastern Syria, unwanted by their home governments and with no clear future. Delil Souleiman/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Foreign Wives And Children Of ISIS Are Held In Syria With Uncertain Future

Kurdish officials in northeastern Syria say they are holding 550 foreign women whom they captured after defeating ISIS, as well as about 1,200 foreign children.

Foreign Wives And Children Of ISIS Are Held In Syria With Uncertain Future

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