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A new study by the United Nations shows that the world's governments plan to carry on using coal, gas, and oil — despite promises made under the 2015 Paris Agreement to limit global warming.
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The U.S. imports a lot of chestnuts, and there is an opportunity for more of them to be homegrown.
The lawsuit argues that Oklahoma's law banning lessons on gender and race interferes with students' and educators' First Amendment right to learn and talk about those issues in school.
FBI agents executed search warrants at properties that are tied to metals tycoon Oleg Deripaska, who is sanctioned by the U.S. government.
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Even as the federal government has cracked down on robocalls, more than 47 billion spam texts have been sent so far in 2021, one company found, costing Americans millions.
Progressive Democrats acknowledged that many of their priorities would have to be scaled back, but called the White House meeting "productive."
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And more than 1 in 3 adults in households with children say they have experienced serious problems meeting both their work and family responsibilities, according to an NPR poll.
The former president is suing the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack, as well as the National Archives, to prevent the turnover of documents related to the event.
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