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Minnesota Attorney General Sues Exxon Over Climate Change

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison tells All Things Considered he thinks Minnesota can prove its case alleging that Exxon Mobil and others knew about the damage of climate change decades ago.

Gilead Sciences, maker of the antiviral drug remdesivir, has come up with a price for the COVID-19 treatment that was less than some analysts expected. ULRICH PERREY/POOL/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Remdesivir Priced At More Than $3,100 For A Course Of Treatment

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Chuck E.'s in Love Rickie Lee Jones
Painted Sun in Abstract Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross
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Minnesota Attorney General Sues Exxon Over Climate Change

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Flashing Lights Kanye West
Scenes from an Italian Restaurant Billy Joel
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Lately Poliça
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Delta Romantica Sébastien Tellier

In Dungeons & Dragons, races like orcs and the dark-skinned underground elves known as drow will no longer be inherently evil. Courtesy of Wizards of the Coast hide caption

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'Dungeons & Dragons' Tries To Banish Racist Stereotypes

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Dragon Queen Yeah Yeah Yeahs
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Hey Ya! OutKast
Schopenhauer's Garden Mark Barrott
Boom Clap Charli XCX
Glass Hania Rani
(I Don't Want to Go To) Chelsea Elvis Costello

Janis Shinwari wearing his body armor in Afghanistan in 2008. He worked with U.S. troops in some of the most dangerous parts of the country, and the Taliban put him on a 'kill list.' Matt Zeller hide caption

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Afghan Interpreter Who Saved U.S. Troops Gets American Citizenship

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Waltzing Riverbed Way Mellotron Variations
My Wild West Overture Lissie
Badjourou Ballaké Sissoko
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The snake Chrysopelea paradisi is seen in Malaysia's Taman Negara National Park. To get from tree to tree, they can propel themselves in the air. David Renoult/iNaturalist hide caption

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How Snakes Fly (Hint: It's Not On A Plane)

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Some Time Alone, Alone Melody's Echo Chamber
Reelin' in the Years Steely Dan

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