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Coastal Communities Weigh Health Risks as Public Beaches Open As beaches and other outdoor spaces around the country open to the public, it's worth asking: is... [Read More]
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Bank of America projects that the region's economy will shrink by almost 7% this year. [Read More]
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A public health crisis. An economic crisis. And no live shows. It's these challenges and more that stand-up comedians Joanna Hausmann and Joe Wong are... [Read More]
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From The World and PRX, this is The Number in the News. Today's number: 1918. The 1918 influenza pandemic had a profound influence on how... [Read More]
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Usually, tens of thousands of Americans take advantage of the fact that Canada is an easy border crossing away. But things are not normal this... [Read More]
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Jacob Cuenca, an 18-year-old registered Republican, planned to cast his first-ever vote for President Donald Trump in this November's election. But the president's missteps during... [Read More]
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The world will need billions of doses of a vaccine to eradicate the novel coronavirus pandemic, and that means public and private sector partners will... [Read More]
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In her new book "The Future We Choose: Surviving the Climate Crisis," Christiana Figueres shares her personal experience of leading the 2015 Paris talks and outlines... [Read More]
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COVID-19 has changed habits around the world. As China recovers from the coronavirus pandemic, the government is urging diners to use serving chopsticks at family meals... [Read More]
Protesters in Hong Kong are planning to demonstrate against another law that could limit their autonomy. And, the novel coronavirus is hitting Brazil hard. Also,... [Read More]
Amplified by social media, misinformation can undermine critical public health efforts and fuel conspiracy theories — particularly dangerous amid the coronavirus crisis. As part of... [Read More]
It would no doubt be a bitter irony for Sam Huntington that his main idea on a "clash of civilizations" has been taken up with... [Read More]
Flooding in November has left experts wondering whether the massive retractable gates the city is constructing will ever keep all of the water out. [Read More]
The Military's Role During COVID-19 Can the Department of Defense effectively battle a virus while maintaining U.S combat capabilities?  How We Remember Those We've Lost The Takeaway,... [Read More]
The path to victory in the US presidential election in November cannot afford to ignore the Latino vote. But Latinas' voting power goes beyond their... [Read More]
Young pop stars in South Korea, struck with nostalgia, are performing covers of old-timey trot music on competition shows like "Mister Trot," which have viewers... [Read More]
The deal, if passed by Congress, could put the country one step closer to removing the State Sponsors of Terrorism designation, which Sudanese officials see... [Read More]
Pollinators are in sharp decline across the US. A Minnesota program wants to encourage homeowners to help reverse this trend by paying them to convert... [Read More]
US President Donald Trump has decided to pull the US out of the Open Skies arms control treaty that allows nations to fly over one... [Read More]
How Political Identities Have Become About What We Hate Instead of What We Love Individual reactions to the coronavirus pandemic and the public health restrictions that... [Read More]
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