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The thoughts and ideas that made us pause, think and, most importantly, consider what is happening in the world this week.
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Illustration Credit: Hannah Drossman

Illustration Credit: Hannah Drossman

Women around the world reveal intimate stories of abortion: “Behind the roiling public debates are deeply personal experiences: an unintended pregnancy, rape, family influence, a medical crisis, feelings of loss.” (The New York Times)

Summer of rage: “White men are the minority in the United States — no wonder they get uncomfortable when their power is challenged.” (The Cut)

The Nato Summit is off to a fiery start: Here’s what’s at stake as the world leaders sit down in Brussels. (Inkstick Media)

Get caught up on Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation: Here’s a distilled version of what’s happened since President Trump introduced his court nominee to the world on Monday night. (The New York Times)

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