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Diplomacy: When a winner-take-all approach risks losing big

US President Trump and British Prime Minister Johnson have raised expectations of diplomatic wins on their terms. But their approach may be shifting.
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As China's National Day approaches, Hong Kong protests cast a shadow

National Day celebrations are an opportunity for China’s Communist Party to project strength. But Hong Kong’s ongoing crisis poses a challenge.
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The 'cry' in El Salvador to clean house

A new president with an anti-corruption mandate starts to set up an international investigative body that might help curb violence and reduce emigration.
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These dogs get second chances. Just like their inmate caretakers.

Pennsylvania nonprofit pairs dogs with inmates. The goal is to help participants land a full-time job within 90 days of their release.
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City approves marijuana shop in East Boston despite zoning discrepancy

East Boston will have two cannabis dispensaries within half a mile of one another, despite city requirements barring facilities from being within that close of proximity.
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KeyBank eyes Boston’s small businesses, personal wealth

The bank's new local commercial banking leader wishes to add business and private banking personnel in Boston in the coming years.
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A nuanced critique of ‘soft power’ in ‘A Door in the Earth’

Journalist Amy Waldman’s novel explores the idealism of a young Afghan American woman and the downside of American intervention in Afghanistan.
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New public art installation by Quintessenz brings color to Richardson Plaza

Artist Tomislav Topić used more than 70 different colors to paint mesh banners that hang from two steel structures located on Richardson Plaza on the Boston campus. “You notice the colors first, and…
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Contract talks threaten Southcoast access for 80K Blue Cross Blue Shield members

As many as 80,000 members of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts could lose access to Southcoast Health after the health system threatened to terminate its contract with the insurer.  Contract n…
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Facing US ban, Huawei looks to spread 5G products

As Huawei seeks to sell its 5G technologies to U.S. companies, the U.S. is urging other governments to ban the company from 5G networks.
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5 minutes with... Patrick Lyons, head of the Lyons Group

Patrick Lyons stepped onto the Boston restaurant scene a little over 25 years ago, with the opening of Sonsie on Newbury Street. Today, he's still going strong, focused on the Back Bay and about to o…
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AECOM hired to study Red-Blue Line connector

A consultant will complete a new study of the Red-Blue Connector by fall 2020, outlining what the current cost would be for a long-sought project to connect two of the MBTA's main subway lines in dow…
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D.C. prepares for 1st House statehood hearing in 25 years

The House Oversight Committee will discuss H.R. 51, a bill which seeks to make the District of Columbia the 51st state.
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When the art world became the art market

Michael Shnayerson traces the shift toward big business in “Boom: Mad Money, Mega Dealers, and the Rise of Contemporary Art.”
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US fishermen demand to be heard on offshore wind energy projects

While they support efforts to fight climate change, the fishing industry says wind farms could dramatically impact how and where they fish.
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