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Clinton Responds To Sanders Criticism That Her Experience Isn't Enough

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Trump Gets Mixed Response From Conservative Liberty University

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Encore: Among Santa And Mistletoe, A British Christmas Includes Comedy

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'Legend' Chronicles Lives Of London's Identical Twin Gangsters

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'Map' Is An Exquisite Record Of The Miles — And The Millennia

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As Climate Talks Wrap Up, Attendees' Agendas Are On The Line

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The round-trip flight that NPR's Ari Shapiro took to Paris emitted about a ton of greenhouse gases. Offsetting it cost a dollar, and he was given a white lanyard for his conference ID with the words "Climate Neutral Now" showing his trip was carbon-neutral. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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How To Stay Carbon-Neutral When Getting To Paris Is Carbon-Costly

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Postcard From Paris: Meet The Matchmaker Of Clean Technology

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Tony de Brum, the foreign minister of the Marshall Islands, relaxes at the Majuro Atoll last month. Climate change poses an existential threat to places like the Marshall Islands, which rise no higher than 6 feet above sea level in most places. De Brum is representing the Marshall Islands at the climate talks in Paris. Rob Griffith/AP hide caption

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For The Marshall Islands, The Climate Goal Is '1.5 To Stay Alive'

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Much Of The World Perplexed That Climate Debate Continues In U.S.

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Heating Up: An NPR News Special Report

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A view of the opening of COP21 on climate change Monday in Paris. More than 150 world leaders are meeting for the 21st Session of the Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Patrick Aventurier/Getty Images hide caption

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A Tale Of Dread And Duck Breasts: One Chef's Nightmare, Retold

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