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'Buzzword List' Reveals What State Officials Can't Say About Fracking
Former state employees told to ignore drilling-related health issues
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Just Another Front Yard Garden Fighting City Hall
Florida couple told to uproot her vegetables, but now she's fighting back
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Pesticide Use Spikes as GMO Failure Cripples Corn Belt
Midwest farmers douse their fields in chemicals as insects grow resistant to Bt Corn
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Earth Hurtling Towards Temperatures Not Seen in 11,000 Years
New study shows global temperatures skyrocketed in last century
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US Grows An Industrial Complex Along The Border
Experts agree that migration rates are falling, but lobbyists and defense companies keep pumping government for increasingly militarized border
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Women's Groups Outraged By Ruling On Morning-After Pill
WASHINGTON - National women's groups and pro-choice advocates were aghast yesterday as the Obama administration overturned an FDA opinion allowing better access to family planning contraceptives. NPR reports: Women's health advocates were quick to cry foul Wednesday when Health and Human Services...
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The Hardest Cases: When Children Die, Justice Can Be Elusive
This story was produced in collaboration with PBS "Frontline" [1] and NPR [2] . Listen to NPR's Morning Edition [3] and All Things Considered ( check local listings [4] ). And watch "The Child Cases" on PBS "Frontline" tonight ( check local listings [5] ). Her name was Isis Charm Vas and at 6...
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Hot, America? Climate Scientists Say, 'Get Used to It'
Sizzling Heat Turns Much Of US Into A Frying Pan
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The Great Gil Scott-Heron, Poet And Musician, Has Died
Gil Scott-Heron died Friday afternoon in New York, his book publisher reported. He was 62. The influential poet and musician is often credited with being one of the progenitors of hip-hop, and is best known for the spoken-word piece "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised." Gil Scott-Heron Makes A...
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As Budget Debates Begin, Republicans Put NPR, PBS on Chopping Block
House GOP Budget Takes Away All Federal Funding for Corporation for Public Broadcasting
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