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The situation is a sign of humans’ continued overuse of fossil fuels and the rise of global warming, researchers say.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake plans to ask federal authorities to investigate the city's police force.
Cuba has been facing food shortages since the 1950s, which could threaten its bid to become a popular tourist destination for Americans.
No shipment date is available yet, but Facebook's long-awaited VR headset, the Rift, has a firm release window.
Securus, a billion-dollar for-profit technology firm, will no longer require jails to remove in-person family visits in favor of its video visitation system.
It may be June before Jeb Bush officially enters the race; Scott Walker can also afford to wait. Chris Christie? It may already be too late.
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