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Chief Climate Negotiator Warns Against Consequences Of Leaving Paris Accord

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Scientists Urge Governments To Protect Coral Reefs From Climate Change

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President Trump Expected To Make Decision On Paris Climate Accord

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An artist's rendering of the newly named Parker Solar Probe spacecraft approaching the sun. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory hide caption

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NASA Plans To Launch A Probe Next Year To 'Touch The Sun'

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The Exxon Mobil shareholder vote is seen as a victory for environmental activists and one that is aimed at getting the company to consider "material risk," according to The Dallas Morning News. Mark Humphrey/AP hide caption

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Most of the people in a choir at Ryerson University in Toronto have joined a study testing how practicing music might help people with hearing loss handle noisy environments better. Andrea Hsu/NPR hide caption

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'Like Brain Boot Camp': Using Music To Ease Hearing Loss

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Total Failure: The World's Worst Video Game

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Mohammad Al Abdallah, the executive director of the Syria Justice and Accountability Centre, shows a video that was posted to YouTube of illegal cluster bombing in Syria. Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption

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Activists Build Human Rights Abuse Cases With Help From Cellphone Videos

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College Art Professor Challenges Students To Build Insect Motels

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A 4-year-old regulation in New York state requires doctors and hospitals to treat sepsis using a protocol that some researchers now question. Getty Images/iStockphoto hide caption

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Are State Rules For Treating Sepsis Really Saving Lives?

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Predicting A Hurricane's Intensity May Have Gotten Easier

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The "broken windows" theory of policing suggested that cleaning up the visible signs of disorder — like graffiti, loitering, panhandling and prostitution — would prevent more serious crime. Image Source/Getty Images hide caption

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How A Theory Of Crime And Policing Was Born, And Went Terribly Wrong

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Researcher Chris Lowe releases a juvenile white shark earlier this spring. Cal State Long Beach Shark Lab hide caption

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How An Interview With A Shark Researcher Wound Up Starring A Shark

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Handshake-Free Zones Target Spread Of Germs In The Hospital

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