“What Women See When They Look at Gabby Petito” by Holly Thomas
Opinion: What women see when they look at Gabby Petito
Holly Thomas says Gabby Petito’s story crystallizes both how common the threat of violence at the hands of someone they know is for women and the horrifying reality that the violence endured by women of color so often goes unacknowledged while the crimes against them remain unsolved.
Archaeological ‘treasures,’ including 2,400-year-old fruit, discovered at ancient Egyptian city
Archaeological “treasures,” including Greek ceramics and 2,400-year-old wicker baskets filled with fruit, have been discovered at the site of the ancient sunken city of Thonis-Heracleion, off Egypt’s coast.
Cleveland Indians changing name to Cleveland Guardians | CNN
The Cleveland Indians are changing their name next season to the Cleveland Guardians, the Major League Baseball club announced Friday morning, after the current moniker drew criticism for decades from Native Americans.
Statue of Liberty’s ‘little sister’ takes up residence in Washington, DC
One hundred and thirty-five years after the Statue of Liberty was formally unveiled in New York Harbor, her “little sister” has taken up residence in front of the French ambassador’s home in Washington, DC.