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University of Oregon researchers say they have found a way to reduce carbon dioxide and other emissions from coal-burning plants by more than 90 percent.
In Liberia, a team of epidemiologists have to delay a criminal investigation, look the other way on illegal drug use and build trust to stop an outbreak of Ebola.
The new tech economy has put the squeeze on other resources in this old Western town.
The world is riveted by the ongoing refugee crisis. Less so by the ongoing — and much larger — internally displaced persons crisis.
Pantries in southwest Virginia — where poverty is rampant and coal jobs are vanishing — will take whatever they can get to stock bare shelves. Some also offer help with health care and job training.
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In the 1950s, the poultry industry began dunking birds in antibiotic baths. It was supposed to keep meat fresher and healthier. That's not what happened, as Maryn McKenna recounts in her new book.
Sanctions and the threat of military action have proven ineffective at stopping North Korea's nuclear program. Some say that a deal with North Korea, with China's involvement. may be the way to go.
Hundreds filled the gym at West Sylvan Middle School to challenge multiple aspects of Portland Public Schools' proposed boundary changes.