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    ‘Making Space With Hoda Kotb’: Maria Shriver

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  • Rerouting for reptiles: Snake migration stops traffic on Illinois road

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  • Olivia, Minnesota mourns the loss of Olivia Newton-John

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  • Does the 2nd Amendment actually give you the right to own a gun?

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  • 'We don’t know where this thread leads:’ Unraveling Trump's tax returns

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  • Why Trump's fantasy of the American suburb doesn't exist anymore

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  • The year of firsts: Who are the women making history on the ballot in 2020?

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  • Kamala Harris is a natural-born citizen. But that shouldn’t be a presidential requirement.

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  • America failed Ferraro and Palin. What can their VP campaigns teach us about sexism?

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  • Racism and the body: Why racism is a 'death sentence' for Black Americans

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  • 'A new phase of American whiteness’: A complex history and an uncertain future

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  • Masks and the modern man: Liz Plank on what COVID-19 can teach us about manhood

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  • Liz Plank’s guide to finding romance in the time of COVID-19

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  • One way to dismantle structural racism in America: Disband the two-party system

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  • Millennials still haven't recovered from 2008... then came 2020

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  • Author Robin DiAngelo: Debunking the most common myths white people tell about race

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  • Testifying while Black can have dire consequences in the courtroom

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  • This year, Juneteenth is a chance to make America what it has never been

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  • ‘Karens’ have been going viral. But their behavior is not new — and it's dangerous

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  • How a small blog from 2004 is keeping the golden age of the web alive

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Clean water is a human right, not a private commodity

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Water scarcity affects 40 percent of the world's population, with approximately 783 million people around the world lacking access to clean water. Heidi Hutner explains what's at stake when clean water becomes commoditized.