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Are We Heading Toward Extinction?
The Earth's species — plants, animals and humans, alike — are facing imminent demise. How we got here, and how to cope.
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Here's What It’s Like To Live In A Country That Actually Cares About Mothers
American mothers get a raw deal post-birth, leaving many feeling exhausted, anxious and unsupported. These countries show it doesn't have to be that way.
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Alan Turing Will Be The New Face Of British Banknote
By Sara C Nelson, HuffPost UK
The Bank of England received 227,299 nominations from people suggesting figures from the world of science.
How Sir Kim Darroch Decided Enough Was Enough After Boris Johnson’s Lack Of Support
Anatomy of a resignation: The UK ambassador decided his role was untenable after facing the wrath of Donald Trump.
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A Community In America's 'Cancer Alley' Fights For Its Life Against A Plastics Plant
Pam Radtke Russell
In this Louisiana parish, residents are already surrounded by industrial plants and factories. They’re desperate to stop a new plastic company.
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The Surprising Ways Big Cities Are Good For The Environment
How urban living can cap population growth and help conserve natural resources.
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British Ambassador To U.S. Describes 'Inept' Donald Trump In Leaked Memos: Report
Sir Kim Darroch reportedly described Trump as “inept” and at risk of ending his presidency in “disgrace."
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Harry And Meghan Release Adorable Pictures Of Baby Archie's Christening
The Duke and Duchess Of Sussex chose to keep the ceremony private, prompting criticism.
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It’s Great That We Talk About 'Food Deserts' — But It Might Be Time To Stop
Food access is a systemic issue with racial, cultural and socioeconomic roots, so let’s not assume that a grocery store will solve the problem.
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The Devastating Reason Some Women Are Deciding Not To Have Children
"It was a powerful relief to say it out loud and to hear someone else recognize it.”
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Stormzy Gets Political In History-Making Glastonbury Festival Set
By Matt Bagwell, HuffPost UK
Adele, Drake and Ed Sheeran all hailed the British grime star's headline performance that featured a video with Jay-Z and a duet with Coldplay's Chris Martin.
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What Happened When Austin Asked Homeless People How To Solve Homelessness
People with firsthand experience of life on the streets are proposing policies — but they face grinding bureaucracy and strident NIMBYism.
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Jeremy Hunt Labels Boris Johnson A 'Coward' For Dodging TV Debate
“Don’t be a coward Boris, man up and show the nation you can cope with the intense scrutiny the most difficult job in the country will involve.”
Why Costa Rica Is A Really Great Place To Be A Wild Animal
The small Central American nation is showing the world how nature conservation is done.
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Grim New Report Shows Rent Is Unaffordable In Every State
The 'Out of Reach' report shows the housing crisis is hitting renters hard, especially those earning the minimum wage.
Strippers Are Turning To Old-School Union Tactics To Fight For Fair Wages
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Exotic dancers deal with harassment, discriminatory labor practices and club owners who find devious ways to limit their pay. Here's a look inside the battle to unionize stripping.
Hong Kong Extradition Law: Why Are So Many People Protesting?
Thousands protest as police use force to disperse crowds outside the government's headquarters.
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Bananas Are Facing Extinction – And It's All Our Fault
The world’s favorite fruit, known for its health benefits, is under attack by two dangerous diseases.
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How An Innovative Gym Is Changing Lives In This Poor Minneapolis Neighborhood
A wellness program in north Minneapolis could become a model for the nation — delivering affordable, accessible fitness and nutrition where it’s needed most.
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These Women Risk Their Lives To Save Rhinos And Elephants From Poachers
Poaching is a multi-billion dollar industry run by gangs. Meet the women waging a war against it.
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This Community Is Striving To Rebuild One Of The Poorest Places In America
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Battered by poverty, discrimination and climate change, Native Americans on the Pine Ridge Reservation are raising homes – and hope – for the next generation.
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This Country Is Basing Its Entire Budget On The Happiness Of Its People
New Zealand is being hailed as the first Western country to prioritize well-being over economic growth.
Trump Baby Blimp Flies Over London Once Again
Sara C Nelson
The balloon is soaring over Westminster on day 2 of Donald Trump's state visit to the UK.
Donald Trump Meets The Queen At Buckingham Palace On UK State Visit
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner looked on from the balcony of the White Drawing Room.
One Of America’s Most Racially Unequal Cities Has A Plan To Close The Wealth Gap
The Boston Ujima Project wants to empower those left out of the economy by giving them an economy of their own.
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How The Country Once Nicknamed ‘Garbage Island’ Cut Waste By 30%
As the world drowns in trash, Taiwan’s recycling success is a model of change and a beacon of hope.
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