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Despite 'Loss Of Faith' In Kim Jong Un, The U.S. Tries Again For A Nuclear Deal

After multiple frustrations, U.S. strategists are asking if the North Korean leader is capable of making the nuclear deal the Trump administration wants.

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Thoughts Tesk

Gray was diagnosed with sickle cell disease when she was an infant. She was considering a bone marrow transplant when she heard about the CRISPR study and jumped at the chance to volunteer. Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption

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In A 1st, Doctors In U.S. Use CRISPR Tool To Treat Patient With Genetic Disorder

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1000 Arms Lymbyc Systym
My Lost Last Step Lymbyc Systym
Airlanes Run_Return
Phases Mouse On The Keys
Clarity Mouse On The Keys feat. M'ANAM
Ontario Bonobo
Migration Bonobo

Herders bury animal carcasses in 2010 in Mongolia's Dundgovi province. A decade ago, an extreme winter — known in Mongolia as a dzud — claimed the lives of 22% of the nation's livestock and sped up migration from rural areas to urban centers. Jargal Byambasuren/Reuters hide caption

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The Deadly Winters That Have Transformed Life For Herders In Mongolia

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Mongolian Grassland Mongolian Morin Khuur
Fearless Steed Mongolian Morin Khuur

In Florida's Lake Okeechobee, huge blooms of blue-green algae have become an annual occurrence. The Army Corps of Engineers is testing methods based on wastewater treatment to remove the green slime, which can produce toxins that threaten drinking water supplies, local economies and human health. Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption

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A New Old Way To Combat Toxic Algae: Float It Up, Then Skim It Off

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No Man Needs Nothing Man Mountain
Memory Trace Man Mountain

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Despite 'Loss Of Faith' In Kim Jong Un, The U.S. Tries Again For A Nuclear Deal

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The Lizard (Skalpel Remix) Hidden Orchestra
Still (Floex Remix) Hidden Orchestra
Angels (Kygo Edit) The XX

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee in January. Coats often operated behind the scenes, but when he spoke publicly, his assessments were often at odds with President Trump Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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Dan Coats, Who Challenged President Trump, Is Ousted From Top Intelligence Job

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Beyond Dialogue Portico Quartet
RGB Portico Quartet
Motte-Rock Totorro
Festivalbini TotorRo
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