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Why the UK and France are facing ‘fundamental transformations’11 min
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Why Cohen’s hush money places the president at legal risk7 min
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Immigration is one of many issues on which heated political rhetoric has only inflamed the conversation and deepened divides between Americans, according to the latest poll from the PBS NewsHour, NPR and Marist.
Extreme weather in one region often begets weather disasters on a global scale, which is one theme that runs through this year's "Explaining Extreme Events from a Climate Perspective" report.
Casey Gerald, author of the memoir "There Will Be No Miracles Here," says his editor is the first person "to ever seriously hold space for me to be fully, strangely, magically myself, in my work."…