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Model 3 sedans sit on display outside a Tesla showroom. For California to reach its ambitious climate change goals, every vehicle sold by 2040 in the state will have to be a zero-emissions vehicle. David Zalubowski/AP hide caption

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Gov. Brown's Biggest Climate Foe Isn't Trump. It's Car-Loving Californians

Gov. Jerry Brown of California wants the state to radically cut carbon emissions. But to meet those goals, every new vehicle sold in California by 2040 will have to be a zero-emission model.

Dea Trilok Gurtu/Arkè String Quartet
Toro Bonobo
Underbart The 2 Invasions

The champagne grape harvest in northeastern France, like this one near Mailly-Champagne, started early this year due to lack of rain. Francois Nascimbeni/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Champagne Makers Bubble Over A Bumper Crop Caused By European Drought

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Attila Mono:Massive
Harbour Bela Nemeth

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Gov. Brown's Biggest Climate Foe Isn't Trump. It's Car-Loving Californians

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DustyRhodes Robot Orchestra
Keep Me Warm Robot Orchestra
Take Me to Harlem Bela Fleck
Bolen's Bounce Marc Bolen

The Big Iron Farm Show draws thousands of farmers and farm equipment-makers to a fairground in West Fargo, N.D. For many this year, concerns about crop yields have been eclipsed by worries about President Trump's trade policies. Jim Zarroli/NPR hide caption

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Farmers Hope For China Trade Deal, But For Now They Worry About Tariffs' Impact

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Summer Country Hits Whiskey County Band
Best Country Swing Wild Country Instrumentals
Sweet Child O' Mine Trace Bundy
Can Not Sleep High John
Californication - Acoustic Guitar Cover The Man on Guitar
Landscapes Below Floating Lights
Lost Secrets Floating Lights
Flying 101 Ms Bronx
House on the Hill Ms Bronx
Chandelier (Instrumental Version) Steve Petrunak

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A Deadly Virus Threatens Millions Of Pigs In China

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