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How France voted

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THE NEW YORK TIMES – Emmanuel Macron won the French presidency over the right-wing nationalist Marine Le Pen in a sweeping victory that resounded across the country. The result bolstered the European Union and showed the limits of Ms. Le…

We would need 1.7 Earths to make our consumption sustainable

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THE WASHINGTON POST – President Trump has acted on his campaign promises to reverse Obama’s environmental policies and proposed a budget that would significantly slash the Environmental Protection Agency’s funding in an effort to take federal responsibility out of environmental…

French presidential election

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REUTERS – On May 7, France elects a president for the next five years—either Emmanuel Macron, a 39-year-old centrist or Marine Le Pen, 48-year-old leader of the anti-immigrant National Front. Some 47 million people can vote for Macron, an internationalist…

How Trump’s presidency factors into the stock market

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THE WASHINGTON POST – On the campaign trail and in the White House, President Trump has promised to make business-friendly policies a priority through tax cuts and new government investments. So when Trump deals a potentially good hand, Wall Street…

Fatal Force

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THE WASHINGTON POST – In 2015, The Post created a database cataloging every fatal shooting nationwide by a police officer in the line of duty, collecting data on those who were killed and details of the shootings. The effort began…

35 Years Of American Death

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FIVE THIRTY EIGHT – Researchers have long argued that where we live can help predict how we die. But how much our location affects our health is harder to say, because death certificates, the primary source for mortality data, are…

The places in America most exposed to a trade war

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THE WASHINGTON POST – When President Trump talks trade, it’s often about fighting to get back the jobs the United States has lost. He focuses on sweeping measures, such as rewriting the free-trade agreement with Canada and Mexico, or new…

45 years of terrorist attacks in Europe, visualized

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THE WASHINGTON POST – Terrorism across Europe has killed 10,537 people in 18,803 reported attacks – excluding those considered military tactics in war zones – between January 1970 and December 2015. The database tracks more than 150,000 foreign and domestic…

The race of Georgia’s sixth congressional district

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THE NEW YORK TIMES – Jon Ossoff, a Democrat making his first bid for elective office, narrowly missed winning outright in a heavily conservative House district in Georgia on Wednesday, throwing a scare into Republicans in a special congressional election…

The legal battle over Arkansas’ execution plans

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THE NEW YORK TIMES – Two Arkansas inmates were granted stays of executions on Monday in an ongoing case concerning their lack of access to independent mental health experts, halting the state’s plan to begin carrying out executions. A preliminary…

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