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Do not try telling Karen Uhlenbeck that math is a subject just for boys.

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Uhlenbeck is a mathematician. And this week, she became the recipient of the Abel Prize.

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In the hours after the attacks on two mosques in New Zealand, that country's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, promised swift action. Less than a week after the mass shooting that killed 50 people, she delivered on that pledge today.

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The 1992 election was just over a year away when the young governor of Arkansas at the time announced that he was going to run for president.

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