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Study Reveals What Happens During A 'Glacial Earthquake'

Scientists have figured out how massive chunks of ice trigger these seismically detectable events when they break off a glacier. The findings could help researchers track ice loss from glaciers.

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Good Evening Near the Parenthesis
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Helena Hicks has remained active in Baltimore through eras of desegregation and the drug trade. Now she gives back to her childhood neighborhood, the same one where Freddie Gray lived. Jennifer Ludden/NPR hide caption

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A Baltimore Civil Rights Icon Is Still Pushing To Help City's Young

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Study Reveals What Happens During A 'Glacial Earthquake'

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A Showdown Looms At South Korea's Gay Pride Parade

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Alan Rickman Returns To Directing With 'A Little Chaos'

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Writer Roxane Gay: Why I Can't Forgive Dylann Roof

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Charleston Stirs Memories Of Young Birmingham Bombing Victim

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Polio Is Active In Only 3 Countries. Soon It Could Be Down To 2

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