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Addressing segregation in U.S. schools

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Sixty-one years after the Supreme Court outlawed segregation in schools in the United States, many students today attend schools with stark racial and economic disparities. Continue reading

Ko Yun-hwa (L), Administrator of Korea Meteorological Administration, points at where seismic waves observed in South Korea came from, during a media briefing at Korea Meteorological Administration in Seoul, South Korea, January 6, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji      TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY      - RTX217LM

Did North Korea detonate an H-bomb?

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North Korea announced it successfully carried out a hydrogen bomb nuclear test on Wednesday, raising concern and doubt across the rest of the world.
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Politicians struggle with opioid epidemic in New Hampshire

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Presidential candidates and state politicians have raised concerns over the growing drug crisis in the state of New Hampshire.
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Ammon Bundy departs after addressing the media at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge near Burns, Oregon, January 4, 2016. The leaders of a group of self-styled militiamen who took over a U.S. wildlife refuge headquarters over the weekend said on Monday they had acted to protest the federal government's role in governing wild lands. Bundy, a leader of the group, told reporters outside the occupied facility on Monday that his group had named itself "Citizens for Constitutional Freedom" and was trying to restore individual rights. Bundy and law enforcement officials declined to say how many people were occupying the refuge headquarters. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart - RTX21110

Armed ranchers occupy Oregon wildlife refuge in protest

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Armed protesters took control of a national wildlife refuge in southeastern Oregon on Saturday to voice their opposition to federal land management. Continue reading

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Out of control crayfish threaten nation’s deepest lake

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Warmer temperatures in the United States’ deepest lake may explain the growth of a crayfish population that now threatens the lake’s long-time resident, the Mazama newt, and other wildlife. Continue reading

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