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January 21, 2019

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IN THIS ISSUE 1/21/19 Story map Covered in this issue: Beijing and Harbin, China; Milan, Italy; Minamitori Island, Japan; Tel Aviv; and the US 16 SCIENCE: CHINA MAKES SPACE HISTORY For China, space exploration is as much about establishing itself as a global power on Earth as it is a foray into the cosmos. BY EVA BOTKIN-KOWACKI 24 COVER STORY Trump at two Why supporters see his norm-busting approach as good for the country while critics view it as dangerously unstable. BY LINDA FELDMANN COVER PHOTO: EVAN VUCCI/AP HEART OF THE NEWS: HOW TULSA'S BOLD EXPERIMENT IS BRINGING FAMILIES CLOSER TO STABILITY The stories of three young mothers in Tulsa shed light on the promise of philanthropy to close an opportunity gap that opens up when children are young and widens as they grow, calcifying class divisions. BY SIMON MONTLAKE 8 2 THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR WEEKLY | JANUARY 21, 2019

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