2015-10-05
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Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
An airstrike on a hospital in Northern Afghanistan over the weekend has an international aid organization demanding answers. Doctors Without Borders...
2015-10-15
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Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
California’s four-year drought has killed millions of trees in the Sierra Nevada mountain range and has scientists worrying about the region’s giant...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
Former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, who died of a stroke this morning, was one of the most significant global figures since the end of...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
North Korea is today celebrating the 101st anniversary of the birth of its founding father, amid ongoing diplomatic tensions and threats of nuclear...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
Helen Ward A huge earthquake has struck Iran, so powerful that it was felt as far away as the Indian capital city New Delhi. The earthquake, which...
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Darren Evans President Barack Obama faced a major setback in his quest to reform gun control laws this week when Congress blocked a measure designed...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
More than a billion people in 192 countries are doing something to mark Earth Day this year – flying the flag for the need to save the planet. In...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
All the world may be a stage, and all the men and women players, but there is only one playwright. To mark the 449th birthday of William Shakespeare...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
“I’m a 34-year-old NBA center. I’m black. And I’m gay,” wrote Jason Collins, a basketball player who is currently a free agent, and last season...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
The research arm of technology giant IBM has unveiled the “world’s smallest movie," an animation made using one of the tiniest constituent parts of...