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Climate Scientist Tries Arts To Stir Hearts Regarding Earth's Fate

Physicist Robert Davies worked with a classical quartet and two visual artists to create a musical performance about climate change. The music and images, he says, help the information take hold.
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Presidents Day Deal: Pass Our Quiz, Win Nothing

They've all helped create our nation, but do you know who they are?
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Winter Storm Brings Rain, Ice, Snow Across Country's Midsection

After the storm rakes its way across the South and Mid-Atlantic, it will likely take aim at New England, which has already experienced a record-setting winter.
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Idaho Moves To Get Dated Duel Law Off The Books

The law was reportedly inspired by the duel between Vice President Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton. A spokesman for the Idaho Sheriff's Association put it: "Needless to say, this is obsolete."
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As Rules Get Sorted Out, Drones May Transform Agriculture Industry

At farm shows across the country, drones have become as ubiquitous as tractors. Drone flights are mostly banned in the U.S., but on Sunday the FAA released long-awaited draft rules.
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'Through A Lens Darkly': Black Photography Fades Up To Joy

A documentary shares the good and bad of black history through photography.
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Honoring Presidents Day Reminds Us 2016 Isn't That Far Away

On this holiday, we look ahead to who might enter the 2016 presidential race. Is Democrat Hillary Clinton going to run, and what Republicans might decide to enter the race?
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Labor Secretary Gets Involved In Stalled Port Talks

Labor Secretary Thomas Perez has intervened in an ongoing labor dispute at West Coast ports. Contract negotiations have dragged on for eight months. There is a huge backlog of ships waiting to unload.
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'Party Like A President' Recalls Mixology, Mischief Inside Oval Office

In his new book, author Brian Abrams chronicles the drinking habits and debauchery of former presidents.
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Satisfied Patients Now Make Hospitals Richer, But Is That Fair?

The Affordable Care Act made sure that hospitals scoring well on patient satisfaction surveys are paid more by Medicare. But some say that gives small, boutique hospitals an unfair edge.

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