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Afghan Women Demand Education and Work at Kabul Protest

Demonstrators marched for a few hundred metres before ending the rally as authorities deployed Taliban fighters in plain clothes About two dozen Afghan women chanting “bread, work, freedom” protested in the capital on…

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The Women Who Saved Wildflowers

Spring ephemerals have begun to bloom in southern Vermont. The start of wildflower season is more predictable here than in the West, where wildflower emergence follows water, whether snowmelt (early July in Colorado’s Rocky Mountain…

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Two Personality Traits Predict Future Leaders

KEY POINTS Compared to others, leaders-to-be are more extraverted, open, stable, conscientious, trusting, risk-taking, and more likely to feel in control. When preparing for their role, future leaders seem…

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What Lia Thomas Could Mean for Top Transgender Athletes

The women on the Princeton University swim team spoke of collective frustration edging into anger. They had watched Lia Thomas, a transgender woman who swam for the University of Pennsylvania, win meet after…