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A Palestinian student, who plans to return to his homeland after graduation and who wishes to remain anonymous, poses for a portrait while wearing a kaffiyeh along with his commencement cap at the Auraria Campus in Denver on Friday.
WORLD / Politics
May 13, 2024
Campus Gaza rallies may subside, but experts see possible 'hot summer of protest'
Academics say it's difficult to maintain the people-power energy on campus if most of the people are gone.
Knives displayed for sale at the "Survival & Prepper Show" in Longmont, Colorado, on March 2
WORLD / Society
Mar 11, 2024
Disaster 'prepping' finds broad appeal as climate and politics threaten safety
Researchers say the number of Americans getting ready to survive political upheaval and natural catastrophes has doubled in size since 2017.
Japan Times
Jun 24, 2023
Industry faces scrutiny after Titanic sub disaster
But even as industry leaders braced for that increased scrutiny, they said it was difficult to forecast what sort of changes may come.
Japan Times
Mar 1, 2023
Family of late Kobe Bryant awarded nearly $29 million in photos case
The settlement includes $15 million that a federal jury awarded to Vanessa Bryant in August after finding that firefighters and deputies violated her privacy and caused emotional distress.
Japan Times
Oct 29, 2022
New front line of U.S. abortion battles emerges in New Mexico
Anti-abortion activists hope more will follow the lead of two New Mexican towns to vastly shrink where abortions are still performed, especially in other states controlled by Democrats.
Japan Times
Sep 28, 2022
Millions urged to evacuate as Hurricane Ian nears Florida's Gulf Coast
If the storm strikes the Tampa area, it would be the first hurricane to make landfall there since 1921.
Japan Times
Oct 30, 2018
Trump and Bolsonaro: Is a bromance in the cards for U.S. president and new Brazilian leader?
He has vowed to drain the swamp, slash regulations and get tough with China. Evangelicals and gun-rights advocates love him. He has denounced the media as "fake news." Political foes? Lock 'em up.


Traditional folk rituals like Mizudome-no-mai (dance to stop the rain) provide a sense of agency to a population that feels largely powerless in the face of the climate crisis.
As climate extremes intensify, Japan embraces ancient weather rituals