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U.S. health officials tiptoe around Trump's vaccine timetable

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John Pappas: What I saw when Australia burned

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The Coronavirus unleashed along the Amazon River

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The absurdity of the meat wars

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Trump administration takes aim at climate change forecasting from federal agencies

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5G cell protests span from Albany to Europe to Russia

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Wars and threats to our coffee supply: Lessons from covering climate change

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U.S. Midwest freezes, Australia burns: This is the age of weather extremes

Numbing cold hit parts of the United States as wildfires raged in Australia’s record-breaking heat. Here's the climate change connection.
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While climate change hits Texas, Cornyn tweets

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2018: The year in climate change

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The GOP and Big Oil can't escape blame for climate change

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Handing out medals in the Battle of Pruitt

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