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Estimates range from the hundreds of thousands to a million who will leave Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.
Dr. Renzo Guinto, a physician in the Philippines working to raise awareness about the connections between climate change and human health,
The family of an Indigenous man and father-of-five who died in custody, shackled in a hospital bed in Sydney, are calling for an independent
As they have for many years, girls in white dresses stepped into the spotlight the weekend after Thanksgiving.
They knew they wanted to settle in the Graduate Hospital neighborhood, so when they toured a trinity on a side street with quaint character
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