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Trump Versus the EPA

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Here's exactly who benefits from the GOP's new health care bill

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The new bill could hurt senior patients, and people covered under the ACA's Medicaid expansion could also lose coverage if states don't have enough money to pick up the tab.

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President Trump, how will your administration deal with US-citizen children whose parents are deported?

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According to the 2016 Current Population Survey from the US Census Bureau, immigrants and their US-born children make up 27 percent of the overall US population.

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A Sweet Way to Test for Pee in the Pool

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A Thumb Drive Made of Genes?

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Back When the Planet Had Just One Plate

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Has California’s Five-Year Drought Washed Away?

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Modern Farmers on the Frontline of Conservation

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The Oldest Fossil, Colon Cancer Rates, and Foodie Fads

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The Secret (Smart) Life of Bees

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Bomb threats are one part of a wave of anti-Semitism in America

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The incidents are causing fear across Jewish communities.

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President Trump, do you support rehabilitation or incarceration for nonviolent drug offenders?

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Back in 1999, Aaron Glasscock was just 22-years-old and two months shy of graduating from college when he was sentenced to 30 years in federal prison for a nonviolent drug offense: conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine. Nearly 20 years later, Glasscock is out of prison, as his sentence was commuted by President Barack Obama.

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Immigrants reflect on American values after deadly Kansas shooting

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A deadly shooting in Kansas last week has raised renewed concerns about anti-immigrant sentiments in America.

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A Cautious Go-Ahead for Human Gene Editing

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Can This Treatment Combat Hearing Loss?

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