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How life gives us unexpected second acts

The United States can boast of many great things, from our form of government to our rich history to the extraordinary vistas that nature gives us, such as the Grand Canyon or Glacier National Park. One of those great things is we get a chance for second ...

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Ocean ‘dead zones’ have quadrupled because of climate change

Researchers warned in a new study that oxygen-starved ocean “dead zones,” where animals and plants are struggling to survive, have increased fourfold may not be reversible. Growing “dead zones” are a symptom of climate change according the study, which was published in the journal Science. Rising ocean temperatures ...

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Debate Over Responsibility for Cold Baltimore Schools Heats Up

By Talia Richman, The Baltimore Sun The debate over the city’s aging school infrastructure continued to heat up Thursday while light snow kept Baltimore students home. Public officials sparred on Twitter and released statements decrying the building conditions that left students shivering earlier this week, when some classroom thermometers dropped ...

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