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As many as 500 people may have died in a shipwreck in the Mediterranean Sea last week, as refugees left Libya with the goal of reaching Italy. If confirmed, it would be the worst migrant accident this year. Mark Micallef, chief reporter at Times of Malta, weighs in.
“The Mapping Journey Project” is on display at the MoMA this summer. It details the stories of eight people caught in the migrant crisis. Arun Venugopal, host of WNYC's "Micropolis" series, shares his conversation with artist Bouchra Khalili.
Purdue University students are going to have a new option for financing their education. They will pledge to pay a percentage of their future incomes in return for funds today. Mitch Daniels, Purdue University president and former governor of Indiana, explains.
Donald Trump spent Wednesday campaigning in Indiana. It’s a pivotal state that could make or break Trump’s chances at landing the GOP nomination. For a look at the state, we turn to Brandon Smith, stat
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