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The Salt

Brexit Leaves French Fishermen On The Hook

French fishermen in Brittany and Calais say up to 80 percent of their haul is from British waters. Many fear financial ruin if their access is restricted after Brexit.

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Federal Judge Rules First Verse Of 'We Shall Overcome' Public Domain

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We've Been Had The Walkmen
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R&D Costs For Cancer Drugs Are Likely Much Less Than Industry Claims, Study Finds

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'World Without Mind': How Tech Companies Pose An Existential Threat

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Personal Best Small Black
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St. Martin Struggles To Recover After Irma Wreaked Havoc In The Caribbean

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Houston Public Schools Open After Delays From Hurricane Harvey

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