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Topics today include:
A New Paradigm for Assessing the Role of Humanity in the Climate System and in Climate Change
San Francisco's Race to Zero Waste
A Software Bug Could Invalidate 15 Years of Brain Research
How Russia Recruited Ernest Hemingway
Why Single-Payer Health Care Delivers Poor Quality at High Cost
Why Single Payer Delivers Better Quality at Much Lower Cost
Single payer healthcare is coming to America. It’s inevitable
Could Leftover Heat from Last El Nino Fuel a New One?
Trump says he will submit evidence of wiretapping to House committee 'very soon'
Lawmakers: No proof of Trump's wiretap claims
When Budget Hawks Become Big Spenders
Fear, Hope and Deportations - Taking Away the American Birthright
Kellyanne Conway Is the Real First Lady of Trump’s America
Kellyanne Conway’s spouse headed for senior Justice Department post
How Much Europe Can Europe Tolerate?
The Great Eurozone Bounceback
Germany rejects Trump's claim it owes NATO and U.S. 'vast sums' for defense
Iraqi minorities move forward with autonomy plan
In Syria, Iran sees necessary war
Why India Should Scrap Parliamentary Democracy
Baylor women win by 89 in most-lopsided NCAA Tournament game
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