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Small town, big addictions

Families in rural Sioux Center, Iowa, have discovered they aren’t immune from the drug scourge, but some locals are fighting back

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Crazy for K-pop

A Korean pop culture wave has spread around the world, and now young Americans are swooning to the music

A fatal harvest

Evidence points to China forcing prisoners of conscience into organ donation, and some countries have banned medical tourism to China as a result. Will the United States do the same?

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Leaving hate behind

Our culture sometimes uses the labels ‘white supremacist’ and ‘racist’ carelessly, but they are serious belief systems that still exist today—and those who have left the most violent and extreme forms of racism have much to tell us

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Sizzles and fizzles

Heat waves hit cities and politicians, while a cold wind blows for others