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A Pipistrel Taurus Electro electric two-seat airplane flies above Ajdovscina, Slovenia. Jure Makovec/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Getting To Zero Carbon: The Climate Challenge

With An Eye Toward Lower Emissions, Clean Air Travel Gets Off The Ground

Air travel is set to grow dramatically. It will be a while before electric planes truly take off, but people are trying to reduce their carbon footprint now with offsets and "flight shaming."

A rock of crystal methamphetamine lifted from a suspect in Orange County, Calif. This fall, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention expects to begin collecting more local information about the rising use of meth, cocaine and other stimulants. Leonard Ortiz/Getty Images hide caption

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Seizures Of Methamphetamine Are Surging In The U.S.

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"All throughout this 17 weeks, it's been a breadcrumb trail of new information," pop critic Chris Molanphy says. Noam Galai/Getty Images for BuzzFeed hide caption

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'Road' To Record-Breaking: How Lil Nas X Is Making History

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Boeing 737 Max airplanes are stored in an area adjacent to Boeing Field last month in Seattle. Airlines around the world are cutting flights because of the grounding of the plane. Stephen Brashear/Getty Images hide caption

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Boeing 737 Max Grounding Takes Toll On Airlines And Passengers

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A Pipistrel Taurus Electro electric two-seat airplane flies above Ajdovscina, Slovenia. Jure Makovec/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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With An Eye Toward Lower Emissions, Clean Air Travel Gets Off The Ground

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Under current rules, driving hours for truckers are capped at 11 hours per day and drivers must take a mandatory rest break. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Administration Poised To Relax Trucking Safety Rules Despite Warnings

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Cuco's debut album, Para Mí, is out now via Interscope Records. Cameron Postforoosh/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Cuco Redefines The Role Of A Teen Idol With 'Para Mí'

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