Author archive for Elijah James Logan

  • Satellite Photos Show North Korea Razing Nuclear Test Site, Analysts Say

    New commercial satellite imagery shows that North Korea has begun dismantling its underground nuclear test site ahead of schedule –…

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  • Vision Care Lags, With Blind Spots In Insurance Coverage

    Every day, a school bus drops off as many as 45 children at a community eye clinic on Chicago’s South…

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  • Louisiana Wants To Use The Muddy Mississippi To Build Up Its Coast

    Over the last century Louisiana has lost more than 2000 square miles of coastline, leaving it more vulnerable to storms,…

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  • Europe, Iran Foreign Ministers Will Try To Salvage Nuclear Deal

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  • MacFarland Comments On Iraq’s Parliamentary Elections

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  • Advocates Question Facebook’s Latest Effort To Protect Data

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  • If SNAP Changes, More Work Would Be Required For Food Assistance

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  • The Surprising Benefit Of Moving And Grooving With Your Kid

    People who spend time with young children know firsthand the power of music. It’s easy entertainment. And any teacher who…

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  • Nike Sees Executive Departures In Harassment Reckoning

    At least 11 Nike executives have left the company this year over complaints of an uncomfortable workplace that discriminates against…

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  • Why Painting A Black Boy’s Nails Isn’t ‘Going Against His Culture’

    Being a kid who defies gender norms is tough. It can be tougher when you’re also contending with pressures —…

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