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Federal Government Protects Bat, Angers Industry
The northern long-eared bat has been designated as a threatened species, triggering new regulations to protect it. But oil and gas and agriculture organizations say those new rules will hurt them.
As Diplomatic Thaw Settles In, Currency Crisis Looms In Cuba
Writer Patrick Symmes traces the roots of Cuba's two-currency system — and the potential fallout when that system will be eliminated sometime in the next year.
A Dark, Funny — And Vietnamese — Look At The Vietnam War
Viet Thanh Nguyen grew up in America with war movies like Apocalypse Now and Platoon, which offer accounts of the war focusing on Americans. His new novel, The Sympathizer, follows a Vietnamese spy.
New START Nuke Deal With Russia May Be Aging — But It's Not Over
Five years have gone by since President Obama signed the nuclear treaty with then-Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. Long after negotiations reached their end, the deal's merits still provoke debate.
Trapped In Yemen's 'Armageddon,' An American Made A Dangerous Escape
Shortly after Saudi airstrikes began in Yemen, an American importer realized he was stuck in a war zone. Only with some quick thinking — and a tiny boat — did he narrowly escape back to the U.S.
As Scott Family Reels From Police Shooting, Hundreds Turn Out For Funeral
A funeral was held Saturday in North Charleston, S.C., for Walter Scott, the man shot and killed while fleeing a police officer. That officer, Michael Slager, has been fired and charged with murder.
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