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When it comes to convincing climate change deniers, Al Gore says, "Mother Nature is more persuasive than the scientific community." Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Despite Climate Change Setbacks, Al Gore 'Comes Down On The Side Of Hope'

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Hamilton-inspired cupcake toppers. It was only a matter of time before fans of the Broadway hit sought out culinary tributes to their most treasured folk hero. Courtesy of Alexis Murphy hide caption

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Anthony Rowe, an associate professor at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, wants bikes to feed information to nearby cars to avoid collisions. His bike is fitted with an array of precise instruments and a battery hidden in the water bottle. Margaret J. Krauss/WESA hide caption

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Bikes May Have To Talk To Self-Driving Cars For Safety's Sake

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The Songs Of Sylvan Esso, Like You've Never Heard Them Before

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Are Helicopter Parents Ruining Summer Camp?

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As the drought has extended into yet another rainy season, some herders walk for hours to get to this dam. Eyder Peralta/NPR hide caption

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As The Climate Changes, Kenyan Herders Find Centuries-Old Way Of Life In Danger

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Fiona, a hippo calf born six weeks premature, on Jan. 24, now weighs at least 375 pounds. Courtesy of the Cincinnati Zoo hide caption

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While Fighting The Odds, Fiona The Hippo Became A Social Media Star

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Defense Attorney For Police In 'Algiers Motel Shooting': 'Am I A Soulless Person?'

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Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets President Trump's Middle East envoy Jason Greenblatt in Jerusalem on June 21. Handout/Amos Ben Gershom/GPO/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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A fisherman holds out a fish for a seal off of a boat owned by Carlos Rafael in New Bedford, Mass. Rafael was the biggest fishing magnate in America's most lucrative port. As he faces sentencing for a scheme to cheat fishing quotas, many worry about the fate of local jobs if his empire is dismantled. Jessica Rinaldi/The Boston Globe/Getty Images hide caption

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Sentencing Approaches for New England's 'Codfather'

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After a young girl's lemonade stand in east London brought a fine of nearly $200, the local council apologized. Now the girl's family is calling on more kids to open their own stands. Matthew Mead/AP hide caption

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'Going There': 3 Prominent Detroit Natives Reflect On The 1967 Riot

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House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy says the sanctions will show those who work against America's interests that their "actions have consequences." Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call,Inc. hide caption

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