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08.29 10 Years After Katrina, New Orleans’ All-Charter School System Has Proven a Failure

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08.29 Psychology experiments are failing the replication test – for good reason

08.29 Climate change legislation approaches pivotal showdown with oil industry

08.29 World's biggest coal port joins fossil fuel divestment push

08.28 Pesticides Killing Bees: Study Shows What 'Everybody's Suspected'

08.28 Gun Control: Where Each of the Presidential Candidates Stands [an IQ test]

08.28 The Raging Future of American Wildfires

08.28 The day we stopped Europe’s biggest polluter in its tracks

08.28 The key to water security could be lurking in a New Mexico sewage farm

08.28 Digging into big coal's climate connections

08.28 Texas teenager creates $20 water purifier to tackle toxic e-waste pollution [video]

08.27 DOE Attempts to Jump-Start Concentrated Solar

08.27 The Drought Isn't Just a California Problem

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08.29 Donald Trump and the shadow of Europe’s far-right

08.28 America’s Great Infrastructure Stagnation

08.28 Gun violence in America, in 17 maps and charts

08.27 4 Reasons Why a Biden Run Would Help Sanders

08.27 Watch Poverty in School Districts Escalate Before Your Very Eyes [interactive map]

08.27 Why Louisiana Fought Low-Income Housing in New Orleans After Katrina

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08.29 Phone hacking: CPS may bring corporate charges against Murdoch publisher

08.28 Future Jails May Look and Function More Like Colleges

08.28 The Case Against Cash Bail

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08.27 Mustard gas 'likely used' in suspected Islamic State attack in Syria

08.27 Tolerant and multicultural, Palmyra stood for everything Isis hates

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08.29 Europe [and America] shouldn’t worry about migrants. It should worry about creeping fascism<

08.29 CEOs Call for Wage Increases for Workers to Address Inequality! What’s the Catch?

08.25 The Emerging-Market Currency Rout

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08.29 Paris prepares to rid its streets of cars for one day

08.29 A manifesto for conscious cities: should streets be sensitive to our mental needs?

08.29 'Nazi gold train': deathbed confession may have revealed location

08.28 Rx for Prosperity: German Companies See Refugees as Opportunity

08.28 Vietnam to free 18,200 prisoners in amnesty, but no political activists

08.28 Japanese police bracing for gang war as Yamaguchi-gumi mafia group splits

08.28 Migrant crisis: up to 200 dead after boat carrying refugees sinks off Libya

08.28 Hungarian police arrest driver of lorry that had 71 bodies inside

08.27 Mass Migration: What Is Driving the Balkan Exodus?

08.27 The Big Dig

08.27 Rape, ignorance, repression: why early pregnancy is endemic in Guatemala

08.27 Denmark reveals €800m tax fraud – the country's biggest

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