Monthly Archives: April 2014

MH370: The cold void of not knowing

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing one month ago, carrying 239 people who almost certainly are now dead. But what happened to that plane? That’s the question still burning in the minds of family members and people around the world … Continue reading

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‘Noah’ will engage your brain

In the late 1960s, Bill Cosby did a classic stand-up routine about Noah and the ark – imagining what those conversations between Noah and God must have been like. Or between Noah and his neighbors (“Hey! Yo up there! What … Continue reading

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Egypt’s freedom trip reaches crossroads

“Liars.” That was the description we heard in Egypt of journalists from CNN and Al-Jazeera, among other news agencies covering the country. CNN is disliked in Egypt for reporting lines like this: “Morsi, Egypt’s first democratically elected president, had been … Continue reading

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