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Jon Queally, staff writer
The administration of one of the world's most elite higher education institutions has called the intensified tactics of its students a form of "coercive" protest and lawyers representing Harvard University will be in a court room on Friday as they try to persuade a judge to throw out a lawsuit which is part of the same effort: a push to get the...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
In a major advance for the country's green energy future, the United Kingdom on...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has asked the U.S. Department of...

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India's savage 2012 gang rape of a student who later died caused global outrage and a toughening of sexual violence laws. But societal change comes hard in a country where a rape is still reported every 16 minutes - and where a new film in which one perpetrator blithely blames the victim for being out that night is causing furor, yet little surprise. Enter Priya's Shakti, a new comic book starring a rape survivor turned superhero. Priya's power: Her belief she can transform the world.