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What We’re Following What’s Next in North Korea? Though President Trump declared on Twitter that “there is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea,” his meeting with Kim Jong Un did not secure any such denuclearization promise ...
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<em>The Atlantic</em> Politics & Policy Daily: Cohen Flip?

-Written by Lena Felton (@lenakfelton) and Taylor Hosking (@Taylor__Hosking) Today in 5 Lines Speaker Paul Ryan announced that the House will vote on two immigration bills next week, delivering a major blow to moderate Republicans who planned to ...
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Why Is Trump Protecting Scott Pruitt?

Wednesday morning, The Washington Post reported that EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt had a top aide at the agency call Republican donors to try to get his wife a job. For most Cabinet officials in recent American history, such ...
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NASA Is Really Worried About Its Mars Rover

Millions of miles from Earth, tucked inside a rust-colored, rocky valley, a space robot is sleeping. NASA’s Opportunity rover is currently hunkered down on Mars as a dust storm of unprecedented size swirls around the planet. As of ...
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<em>The Bold Type</em> Delivers on Its Leads

This article contains light spoilers through Season 2, Episode 2 of The Bold Type. In a striking scene from The Bold Type’s Season 2 premiere, newly enamored lovers Kat (Aisha Dee) and Adena (Nikohl Boosheri) fight about their ...
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The Next Disaster in Yemen

The assault on Al Hodeidah was a long time coming. The Emirati-led attack, which began at midnight Wednesday after the Iran-backed Houthis ignored a deadline from the United Arab Emirates to withdraw from the city and its adjoining ...
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The weirdest things we learned this week: fake memories, sperm is not full of tiny men, and how ketchup makes the grade

Science Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts. What’s the weirdest thing you learned this week? Well, whatever it is, we promise you’ll have an even weirder answer if you listen to PopSci’s newest podcast. Source: sceince ...
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The Controversy Over Just How Much History AP World History Should Cover

Like any Advanced Placement course, AP World History is intense, requiring students to absorb lots of sophisticated, detail-laden information in a relatively short amount of time: usually, a single year of high school. Yet AP World, as it ...
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