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Climate change: Democrats and GOP once agreed. What happened?

Nancy Pelosi and Newt Gingrich once agreed that “our country must take action to address climate change.” What happened?
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Justice

‘They did not realize we are human beings'

In Iowa, a community of Marshall Islanders has found a place to settle, decades after the U.S. dropped nuclear bombs on their Pacific home. Now can Washington deliver on the promises it made?
A young, environmentally minded Newt Gingrich. (Credit: West Georgia College)
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Peter Dykstra: Museum pieces

The popular young history professor cut a profile that spanned generations. Add a jaunty fedora and a sleeve or two of ink to the horn-rimmed glasses, wavy mane and boxcar-sized sideburns and he could well be a 2000's slacker instead of a 1970's tree hugger.

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