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California Lawmakers To Vote On 100 Percent Clean Energy Mandate

To some, it's a chance for the state to cement its environmental leadership as the Trump administration rolls back Obama-era climate change programs.

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After Equifax Hack, Consumers Are On Their Own. Here Are 6 Tips To Protect Your Data

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Pepsi The Mohawks
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California Lawmakers Debate 100 Percent Clean Energy Mandate

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Taking Off Beach Fossils
Still Missing Her (Interlude) Iamnobodi
San Francisco Knights People Under the Stairs
The Root Magna Carda
Learning Jinsang

Ken Catania of Vanderbilt University lets a small eel zap his arm as he holds a device he designed to measure the strength of the electric current. Ken Catania hide caption

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It's Like An 'Electric-Fence Sensation,' Says Scientist Who Let An Eel Shock His Arm

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You Know The One Other Colors
Colors in Space Explosions in the Sky

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Amid Cancer Treatment, McCain Releases Battle Cry For A Functional Congress

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