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Performance-enhancing technology and drugs might lead to an athletic renaissance ..read more
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Irene Taylor Brodsky makes a documentary about her son, her father and a master composer ..read more
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His two feet have carried him for thousands of miles. His sister has only one ..read more
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Mientras diseñaba su más reciente exposición, The Wellcome Collection de Londres consultó ampliamente a personas con discapacidad, pero ..read more
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Paralyzed in an accident at 23, she devoted her life to changing perceptions of the disabled and was a key player in passing the Americans ..read more
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To expand the pool of workers, companies are recruiting stay-at-home parents, retirees and people with disabilities. Will they keep it up ..read more
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Those without disabilities might not notice the innovations, but a museum in London is winning plaudits for its design and content ..read more
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A Republican congressional candidate declined to host the performers, questioning whether they could give their “full and informed ..read more
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Against all odds, Brent Lowe escaped the wrath of Hurricane Dorian. Now the real struggle begins ..read more
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Judge Carlton W. Reeves said he would appoint a special master to oversee the system. The federal government sued the state in 2016 ..read more

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