Christian Science Monitor | All Stories German citizens warned about travel to Turkey following ‘absurd’ arrests 2017-07-22T11:23:45.693000000+00:00 Six human rights activists were arrested in Turkey as part of President Erdogan’s widespread terrorism crackdown, leading Germany to issue travel warnings against the nation. Heightened security measures fuel tensions at shared Jerusalem holy site 2017-07-22T11:12:48.071000000+00:00 In the wake of last week's shooting, the site, known as the Temple Mount to Jews and Noble Sanctuary to Muslims, was closed for two days, marking its third closure since the 1967 Mideast war. Human rights group petitions on behalf of Hawaii's fishermen 2017-07-22T11:12:48.067000000+00:00 An investigation revealed hundreds of men from impoverished Southeast Asian and Pacific nations working as fishermen are exempt from basic labor protections due to a federal loophole. Many may make as little as 70 cents an hour. Trump’s Putin meeting showed his naiveté, Trump-Putin’s meeting was overhyped, Why Donald Trump Jr.’s handling of Russian lawyer meeting makes things worse, Has China lost its grip on Hong Kong youth?, After Mosul, Islamic State remains a threat 2017-07-22T10:06:48.462000000+00:00 A roundup of global commentary for the July 24, 2017 weekly magazine. Readers write: Mealtime memories, prisoner empathy, violence and children 2017-07-22T10:06:48.459000000+00:00 Letters to the editor for the July 24, 2017 weekly magazine. A disrupter at UN: Can new chief shake up bureaucracy to speed progress? 2017-07-21T21:38:47.589000000+00:00 Secretary-General António Guterres, the former prime minister of Portugal, says the world has made progress – on hunger, poverty, education – but he's impatient for more. His approach: We can do better. When it comes to 'sharenting,' new parents are divided over online footprints 2017-07-21T21:05:46.358000000+00:00 Pop singer Beyoncé's recent choice to share a photo of her twin babies on Instagram highlights a debate among parents who were raised on digital media about how much to reveal about their children online. Most Americans think government should provide health care, new poll reports 2017-07-21T21:05:46.263000000+00:00 A recent poll from AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research found that 62 percent of Americans – up from 52 percent in March – believe the federal government is responsible to ensure that citizens have health care. Should we pay people not to cut down trees? 2017-07-21T20:43:45.528000000+00:00 A two-year study in Uganda helps ease some of the biggest concerns about programs that pay landowners to leave natural resources untouched. Why there's a growing rift in GOP over law and order 2017-07-21T20:21:45.376000000+00:00 The attorney general's decision this week to expand a controversial program that allows police to seize people's assets without charging them with a crime runs into conservative principles about property and states' rights.