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Federal judges deal the oil industry another setback in climate litigation
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Federal judges deal the oil industry another setback in climate litigation
Michael Copley | August 18, 2022
Cars drive on flooded streets as Tropical Storm Henri approaches, in Hoboken New Jersey on August 22, 2021. ...
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Should you watch the ‘Game of Thrones’ spinoff?
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Should you watch the ‘Game of Thrones’ spinoff?
Glen Weldon | August 18, 2022
Red Keepin' it 100: A dragon flies over King's Landing on House of the Dragon. HBO Whether or ...
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The Bible is among dozens of books banned in this Texas school district
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The Bible is among dozens of books banned in this Texas school district
Wynne Davis | August 18, 2022
Anne Frank's Diary: The Graphic Adaptation is one of more than 40 books being challenged in the Keller ...
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A judge denies bail for the man accused of trying to kill Salman Rushdie
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A judge denies bail for the man accused of trying to kill Salman Rushdie
The Associated Press | August 18, 2022
Defense attorney Nathaniel Barone (left) and Hadi Matar, who was charged with stabbing author Salman Rushdie, listen during ...
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‘The Territory’ and ‘Three Minutes: A Lengthening’ find cinematic hope in tragedy
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‘The Territory’ and ‘Three Minutes: A Lengthening’ find cinematic hope in tragedy
Bob Mondello | August 18, 2022
Jewish townspeople of the village of Nasielsk, Poland in 1938. Family Affair Films, US Holocaust Memorial Museum If ...
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