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An intense storm system swept through Oklahoma, western Texas and southern Kansas on Monday, spawning several tornadoes that caused some damage.
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An 1868 treaty between the Crow Tribe and U.S. government remains in effect, the high court ruled.
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Throwing plastic trash into open fires releases chemicals that are highly toxic to humans.
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"Is this the harbinger of things to come?” one ecologist asked.
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Experts believe the ancient jawbone dates back 34,000 years
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The Environmental Protection Agency is being run by several climate change skeptics — including Andrew Wheeler, the current head of the organization.
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The Democratic presidential candidate said fighting far-right anti-immigrant fervor is “the same battle America has always fought.”
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Gov. Gavin Newsom called the action “illegal” and accused the Trump administration of exacting “political retribution.”
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Most nations have banded together to tackle the crisis, but the U.S. keeps undermining their efforts.
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Environmentalists fear the risky operation by a subsidiary of the Chilean mining company Antofagasta will destroy public lands in Minnesota.
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