Millions of people across Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee faced excessive heat warnings and high humidity. (Ny Times Science) More
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European Council President Donald Tusk said on Tuesday that a letter sent to him by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson included no "realistic alternatives" to ...
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What Greenland Might Have Taught Trump about Warming Scientific American
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The Mississippi raids may have been one of the most sweeping in ICE history, with 680 workers taken from seven plants around the state. But they were not the ...
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A New Literary Timeline of African-American History The New York Times
We asked black writers to bring overlooked moments of history to life — in poetry and prose. With contributions from Jesmyn Ward, Barry Jenkins, Rita Dove and ...
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The threat for thunderstorms capable of producing damaging, isolated tornadoes and flooding will focus on the central United States to end the weekend.
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