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Dan Gebhart surveys some of the haul of chanterelle mushrooms. Jordan Anderson hide caption

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These mushroom foragers hit the jackpot. Then they got creative

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Mushroom foragers find $4,000 worth of the fun guys known as chanterelles

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Rep. Kinzinger discusses the events of Jan. 6 as congressional inquiries heat up

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The links between welfare in Utah and the LDS Church

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Encore: Remembering Maria Angelica Mares, who died of COVID, with 'I Walk the Line'

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COP26 president Alok Sharma on the road ahead after Glasgow

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Remembering Rameshchandra Patel, beloved in his Indian community, lost to COVID

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Jeneyah McDonald used to spend much of her days looking for enough clean water. Sylvia Jarrus for NPR hide caption

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Billions of federal dollars could replace lead pipes. Flint has history to share

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A car is submerged by floodwaters on a portion of I-94 in Detroit, several days after heavy rains flooded parts of the city in June. Matthew Hatcher/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Detroit homes are being overwhelmed by flooding — and it's not just water coming in

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When consumers want to reduce their carbon footprint, food choices matter

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How other countries at COP26 view American leadership and climate promises

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U.S. climate envoy John Kerry speaks at the COP26 summit during a joint U.S.-China statement on a declaration enhancing climate action. Jeff J. Mitchell/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. and China announce surprise climate agreement at COP26 summit

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Brianna Fruean, a Samoan member of the Pacific Climate Warriors, speaks at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, on Tuesday. Ian Forsyth/Getty Images hide caption

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For Brianna Fruean, the smell of mud drives home the need for climate action

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How island nations vulnerable to climate change need rich, polluting countries to act

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