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'Rethinking The Past' In The Aftermath Of California's Deadly Wildfires

Last month's deadly Camp Fire has become a turning point in the debate over how western forests should be managed.

Michael Cohen, (right) Donald Trump's former lawyer, arrives at federal court, with his children Jake and Samantha, for his sentencing in New York on Wednesday. Julio Cortez/AP hide caption

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Michael Cohen Sentenced To 3 Years In Prison Following Plea That Implicated Trump

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Gold En Eric Lau
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Hung Over The Martinis

Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto at a city climate action event in San Francisco in September. Peduto is representing U.S. mayors at the United Nations climate meeting underway in Katowice, Poland, this week. Josh Edelson /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mayors And Governors Rebut Trump Administration Position At Climate Summit

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Tecolotin El Buho
Sweet Thang Shuggie Otis
Korakrit The Octopus Project

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., sponsored the resolution to withdraw U.S. military aid from the war in Yemen with Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah. He argues the move will garner international notice as the conflict continues. Zach Gibson/Getty Images hide caption

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Senate Votes To End U.S. Support For War In Yemen, Rebuking Trump And Saudi Arabia

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The Dig Groundislava
Nights Off Siriusmo
Last Breath Elaquent
Riot Earl Sweatshirt

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'Rethinking The Past' In The Aftermath Of California's Deadly Wildfires

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Sober Bones the beat head
Oldy Clap Records -Mister X The Jazz Jousters
What About Me? Snarky Puppy
Goodbye Soleil Phoenix
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Changa Chikuyo Larry Ridley
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Nine Billion Names... [To A. Clarke] Mooncake

Jacob Collier describes his new project, Djesse (Vol. 1), as "maximalism in the name of minimalism." Morgan Hill-Murphy/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jacob Collier Makes Staggering, Complex Music Feel Effortless

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Djesse Jacob Collier
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