Beijing Has Defeated Coronavirus. What It Was Like Living In The Locked-Down City For Two Months

March 27, 2020

China’s Factories Are Reeling From Forced Coronavirus Closures

February 23, 2020

Xinjiang whistleblower: 'Every detail told by survivors was true'

December 19, 2019

Beyond ‘Decoupling’: How China Will Reshape Global Trade In 2020

December 3, 2019

The Capital of Xinjiang Is Now in Turkey

September 30, 2019

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March 7, 2016

BEIJING (Quartz) - In the past few years, China has relied on its astonishingly high number of rural migrant workers to pour into factories and construction sites and fuel its economy. Now, migrant workers are again seen as a solution for sustaining the country’s econo...

June 20, 2015

Of several hundred members of his family who live in Wichita, Patrick Costello is the first to pursue higher education

WICHITA, Kan. (Al Jazeera America) — On a cool day last summer, Patrick Costello, the first person in his family to go to college, took his grandfather...

June 19, 2014

PORTLAND (The Oregonian) - Although voters approved a local option levy to hire more teachers in May 2013, the Beaverton School District will collect about $10 million less than it could have due to state caps on property taxes.

The good news for the school distric...

June 10, 2014

 PORTLAND (The Oregonian) - Freshman Marquis Kenney was hanging out with friends by the Reynolds High School gymnasium Tuesday morning when he heard what sounded like firecrackers.

Soon, students were being hurried down the hallway and into classrooms. Kenney and about...

May 15, 2014

Note: This is one of six candidate profiles I wrote ahead of the Washington County elections in 2014. Washington County is the fastest growing county in the Portland metro area, home to the Nike world headquarters and Intel's largest research center - as well as to a l...

September 21, 2013

PORTLAND (The Oregonian) — Every morning at 5:15, Kenneth Janowski wakes up to the beeping of his black travel alarm clock. 

He sits with his wife as she prepares for the day. He feeds the family's six cats, and he watches the news on TV. He drives the 25 mile...

July 29, 2013

PORTLAND (The Oregonian) - In late May, a man knocked on the door of Gino Bagley's house in Salem and placed a stack of papers in his hands. Then he left without a word.

The papers revealed enough.

Bagley, 48, read that his ex-wife, Jean Terese Keating, from whom he hadn...

July 11, 2013

PORTLAND (The Oregonian) — Bonnie Holtgrew hadn't ridden her bike since last fall. The 49-year-old woman suffers from diabetes, and two months ago she had a surgery that amputated her toes and part of her left foot.

But Wednesday around 6 p.m., she was thirsty and out o...

September 8, 2012

Editor's note: This story is part of the American Next, a special project exploring the hopes, fears and changing expectations of Missouri's next generation in challenging times.

WEST PLAINS (Columbia Missourian) — There was a party at the dorm Friday night. The kids go...

January 31, 2012

COLUMBIA (Columbia Missourian) — For the past 20 years, much of MU biology professor Frederick vom Saal’s research, thoughts and time have converged into one point: trying to get endocrine disruptors — chemicals that interfere with the hormone system and can cause obes...

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