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As Climate Wars Heat Up, Some Skeptics Are Targets

As Climate Wars Heat Up, Some Skeptics Are TargetsEnvironmentalists and Democrats have launched investigations into the funding of climate skeptics. Some say the probes are necessary, while others worry they could rightly be seen as harassment.

Taking U.S. Politics Beyond ‘The Water’s Edge’

Taking U.S. Politics Beyond ‘The Water’s Edge’For generations, Congress has deferred to presidents when it comes to foreign policy. The concept was tossed out in the past week as Republicans reached out to foreign leaders, one an ally, one a foe.

With This Missouri Teacher, The Lesson Is Live

With This Missouri Teacher, The Lesson Is LiveWhen DJ Robyn Knight isn't on the air, her students are — producing Truman High School's live daily announcements, broadcast over the Internet.

Oklahoma Fraternity Is Closed Over Video Of Racist Chant

Oklahoma Fraternity Is Closed Over Video Of Racist ChantThe video reportedly captured a scene while the fraternity members and others, all in formalwear, were on a chartered bus.

White House: Obama Traded Emails With Clinton, But Didn’t Know Account Was Private

The president told CBS over the weekend that he learned about Clinton's use of a private email address while she was secretary of state through news reports like "everybody else."

Supreme Court Sends Birth Control Case Back To Appeals Court

Supreme Court Sends Birth Control Case Back To Appeals CourtThe court has ordered a federal appeals court to take a second look at Univeristy of Notre Dame's challenge to the birth control mandate in Obamacare, including opt-out rules for religious groups.

For Young People In Rural Areas, Suicide Poses A Growing Threat

Young men are twice as likely to die by suicide if they live in rural areas rather than cities, and that disparity is widening. Lack of mental health services is a factor; access to firearms is, too.

In Iowa, 2016 Has Begun — At Least For The Republican Party

In Iowa, 2016 Has Begun — At Least For The Republican PartyWhen it comes to presidential politics, Iowa is where things all get started, long before most people realize the election season has begun. And like it or not, the race is on ... if only on one side.

Selma Gathering Re-Enacts March Across ‘Bloody Sunday’ Bridge

Selma Gathering Re-Enacts March Across ‘Bloody Sunday’ BridgeTens of thousands marched across the Edmund Pettus bridge in the Alabama town, where 50 years ago state troopers attacked peaceful demonstrators calling for voting equality.

In Syria, Archaeologists Risk Their Lives To Protect Ancient Heritage

In Syria, Archaeologists Risk Their Lives To Protect Ancient HeritageAcademic "Monuments Men" have donned disguises and dodged snipers to help save their country's cultural riches from looting and destruction. Heritage experts warn the losses so far are incalculable.