Rupert Murdoch's News Corp pivots on climate change; Louise Erdrich's 'The Sentence' : Here & Now Rupert Murdoch's company News Corp has recently rolled out an editorial campaign in tabloids in Australia playing up the need to cut global warming emissions by 2050. The coverage is a sharp turn for the Murdoch outlets, which for years have been peddlers of climate denial. Researcher Gabi Mocatta joins us. And, author Louise Erdrich talks about her new novel "The Sentence." The book is about a haunting at a Native American bookstore in Minneapolis in 2020.

Rupert Murdoch's News Corp pivots on climate change; Louise Erdrich's 'The Sentence'

Rupert Murdoch's News Corp pivots on climate change; Louise Erdrich's 'The Sentence'

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Rupert Murdoch's company News Corp has recently rolled out an editorial campaign in tabloids in Australia playing up the need to cut global warming emissions by 2050. The coverage is a sharp turn for the Murdoch outlets, which for years have been peddlers of climate denial. Researcher Gabi Mocatta joins us.

And, author Louise Erdrich talks about her new novel "The Sentence." The book is about a haunting at a Native American bookstore in Minneapolis in 2020.

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