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Troll Watch: Robocalls

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In California's Mojave Desert sits First Solar Inc.'s Desert Sunlight Solar Farm. California is among the states leading the decarbonization charge. Tim Rue/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Going 'Zero Carbon' Is All The Rage. But Will It Slow Climate Change?

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In ending his presidential run, Beto O'Rourke said, "Our campaign has been about seeing clearly, speaking honestly and acting decisively in the best interests of America." claire harbage/NPR hide caption

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Beto O'Rourke Calls For A 'Moonshot' To Combat Climate Change

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In China, What 's The Attitude On The Street About The U.S.?

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David Barrie Explores The Science Behind How Animals Find Their Way In 'Supernavigators'

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Wang Zhenyao, A Chinese Technocrat, Finds U.S. Education An Asset

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Yazidi Women Hide Among ISIS Wives In Syria Detention Camp

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Feds Look Into Big Tech Firms For Anti-Competitive Behavior

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Human Rights Lawyer Fled China But Still Feels Its Influence

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How Influencing As A Career Has Impacted Today's Economy

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Mim Akter Tania, 22, thought she was getting a job as a hospital custodian in Saudi Arabia. Instead, she says, she ended up as a domestic servant with an abusive boss. Jason Beaubien/NPR hide caption

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They Pump $15 Billion A Year Into Bangladesh's Economy — But At What Cost?

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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee announces his run for the 2020 presidency at A&R Solar on March 1 in Seattle. He says tackling climate change should be "Job 1" for the next president. Karen Ducey/Getty Images hide caption

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Gov. Jay Inslee Says Washington State Is A 'Template For Success' For The U.S.

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Florida Panhandle Still Feeling Effects Of Michael As New Hurricane Season Begins

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