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Friday

Nevada Rep. Horsford, chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, talks police reform

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Friday

Experts say migration could offset falling birth rates — if politics don't get in the way. Didier Pallages/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Migration could prevent a looming population crisis. But there are catches

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Thursday

Biologist Phil Pister — who singlehandedly saved species from extinction — dead at 94

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Wednesday

Populations around the world are declining. Migration is the solution, says economist

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Monday

Gatherings across the world kicked off Lunar New Year celebrations this weekend

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Tuesday

The U.S. government classifies some 50 million documents every year, but doesn't declassify documents at nearly that rate. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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The U.S. has an overclassification problem, says one former special counsel

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Monday

Biden's mishandling of documents is resurfacing the problem of 'overclassification'

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Wednesday

How to throw the ultimate holiday cocktail party, according to director Paul Feig

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A look at where Iran demonstrations are headed after over 100 days of public protests

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Monday

How the James Webb Space Telescope transformed astronomy this year

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Sunday

James Webb Space Telescope launched on December 25, 2021. Its first images - like this one of the Carina Nebula - stunned researchers. NASA, ESA, CSA, STScI hide caption

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Tuesday

Tourists are trapped in Lima as protesters block main roads

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Monday

Republican political strategist on the final Jan. 6 committee hearing

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Wednesday