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Ten years after the ban expired in 2004, the number of mass shootings more than tripled and the number of fatalities spiked more than fourfold.
Thirty years after the EPA declared the mines of the Coeur d'Alene River Basin a Superfund site, locals still suffer from lead poisoning.
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Readers applauded the health initiatives and other philanthropic projects described in our cover story "Giving Globally: How to Heal the World." One wrote, "The question is, how can we tailor solutions that empower local communities and lessen long-term dependency on foreign aid?" Healing the WorldThe stories of children suffering from AIDS and malaria in Africa ("How to Heal the World," Oct. 1) are as heartbreaking as the stories of children suffering from diseases like cancer in...
The ruins of Matera in Italy's southern region of Basilicata are a grim reminder of how desperate life has been for the region's poor. Generations of families once lived here in squalid, windowless caves cut out of the steep ravines, often sleeping alongside their pigs, chickens and goats.
Accused of seducing the Kurds into rebellion and then abandoning them, Bush orders a massive relief effort in a race against cold and starvation In the cold, steep mountains of northern Iraq, swarms of fearful Kurds fled the wrath of Saddam Hussein, risking their lives on roads to nowhere.