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Supreme Court Pipeline Fight Could Disrupt How The Appalachian Trail Is Run

The Appalachian Trail is at the center of a legal case before the Supreme Court on Monday involving a proposed gas pipeline. Trail officials say it has become a football between the case's two sides.

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Supreme Court Pipeline Fight Could Disrupt How The Appalachian Trail Is Run

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My Wild West Overture Lissie
Fly Me Away Goldfrapp
Ventura City of the Sun

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Review: On 'The Slow Rush,' Tame Impala Masks Inner Turmoil With Sonic Euphoria

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It Might Be Time Tame Impala & Kevin Parker
Winter Snow The Tides
Sancocho La Misa Negra
Adored Hatchie
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The Lonely Surfer Jack Nitzsche
Paradise Wild Nothing
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Wells Fargo Paying $3 Billion To Settle U.S. Case Over Fraudulent Customer Accounts

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Ten-Day Interval Tortoise

Yes, Al Pacino (seen here with Logan Lerman) is in Hunters, Amazon's new show about a band of Nazi hunters in the 1970s, but he's not the most interesting thing about it. Christopher Saunders/Amazon Studios, Prime Video hide caption

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Flashy, Splashy 'Hunters' Is More Fun Than It Should Be

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Jessfield Park The Shanghai Restoration Project
Funeral for a Friend/Love Lies Bleeding Elton John
Turn Back Lusine
How to Be Confident (For Real) Anna Meredith

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