A federal judge is expected to rule on whether it is constitutional to hold women and children from Central America, who are seeking asylum in the U.S., in detention centers.
Women who choose to raise their children out of wedlock are so rare in South Korean society that they face social ostracization, job losses and active encouragement to adopt out their kids.
Older Palestinians can enter Israel without prior authorization; 100 Palestinian doctors are now permitted to drive to work. An Israeli officer describes these modest policy changes as an experiment.
It's a nightmarish job: No exercise or fresh air and little food and sleep for days at a time, all in an effort to convince 200 countries to save Earth's climate and the planet. Can they do it?
Each year more than 12 million Americans go to the doctor because of severe, chronic headaches. Many are sent for expensive tests. Researchers say all this testing isn't doing people much good.
The duo returns from a three-year hiatus with a plan to reclaim its spot among R&B's avant garde. POMP, as its title implies, is intended to be a big deal, and it accomplishes that goal.
Until now, Circuit des Yeux has been a singular entity. But Haley Fohr refocuses the intensity of past records in full-band arrangements that glide even as they exude delirious urgency.
The musician and producer has seemed to make a game of setting out challenges that can be solved, bested and subverted in surprising ways.
The band's first album in 18 years sounds lean and to the point, and it doesn't let up. Along the way, playfulness and aggression intermingle to the point where it's hard to tell them apart.
The duo's sound feels lighter and looser than ever, sacrificing the tiniest bit of pristineness for a much-needed note of softly scuffed-up grace.
The guitarist, an outstanding young purveyor of a form called American Primitive, finds new levels of sharpness and confidence in River's seven masterful songs.
Platform draws drama out of changes in speed and texture and many little parts that work together to make a sort of musical machine.