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By James Toupin. ISIS loses its grip on Syria.
By Joel Allegretti. It’s a doctor’s note. No, it’s a protest sign. No, it’s a eulogy.
By Peggy Brightman. The marvel and resilience of the burned Notre Dame de Paris.
By Michael Zinkowski. Fires now extinguished in Notre Dame and Southern black churches yield ash for the future.
By Nicole Callihan. Bees have found a new way to quench their thirst.
By Prince Bush. In the wake of Cyclone Idai, Mozambique’s ocean flooding was so vast it was visible from space.
By Susan Carroll Jewell. “Like an incalculable series of everyday lies, pi can never be fully known, but we keep searching…”