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Several fires across New South Wales continue to burn as conditions in the area — two years or more of drought, hot and dry winds, little to no rainfall — have spurred the blazes.
Nov. 9, 2019
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Maybe you're curious about the process and timing. Or maybe you want to know more about how this topic connects with your day-to-day life. We want your questions.
Nov. 9, 2019
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If elected president, the South Bend., Ind., mayor says he will prioritize building more trust between law enforcement and marginalized communities across the country.
Nov. 9, 2019
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At one point a child welfare official threatened to take custody of the kids and families refused to let them go. "I told them I couldn't, that I wouldn't let my kid go," one woman said.
Nov. 9, 2019
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Picturesque Goerlitz has appeared in films like The Grand Budapest Hotel and Inglourious Basterds. But a lack of jobs led thousands of residents to go elsewhere. The city is trying to woo them back.
Nov. 9, 2019
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As Cambodia kicks off a three-day water festival, fishermen are struggling to make a living in the face of climate change and hydropower dams.
Nov. 9, 2019
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Read an annotation of the complaint that set off the formal impeachment inquiry in the House of Representatives, with references to congressional testimony, public statements and news reports.
Nov. 9, 2019
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One year after the ouster of Jeff Sessions, it's become clear that his replacement, William Barr, enjoys the president's confidence in a way Sessions never did. Not everyone is pleased.
Nov. 9, 2019
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Here are eight things that stood out from the past week's release of closed-door deposition transcripts.
Nov. 9, 2019
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A national survey by psychologists shows a significant rise in U.S. stress in 2019. Mass shootings, the election campaign and concerns about health care costs and access top the list of stressors.
Nov. 9, 2019
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With T-shirts, pins and posters, campuses are drawing attention to first-generation students. The next step, experts say, is to actually give those students the knowledge and support they need.
Nov. 9, 2019
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Democrats will soon control Virginia for the first time since 1993. Gov. Ralph Northam tells NPR: "With a Democratic Senate and House, I believe we can move forward with common sense gun legislation."
Nov. 9, 2019
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Nearly half of all the electric cars in the country are owned in California. But the recent wildfires and power outages are inspiring some drivers to use their cars to power their homes.
Nov. 9, 2019
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A top White House attorney placed records about President Trump's now-famous Ukraine call in a system few could access, Alexander Vindman testified. His was one of two transcripts released Friday.
Nov. 9, 2019
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One bright spot for the fire-devastated town of Paradise, Calif., is the high school football team. The Paradise Bobcats finished the regular season undefeated.
Nov. 8, 2019

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