August 17, 2022
America

Campaigning begins in Brazil’s tense Bolsonaro-Lula presidential showdown

Brazil’s presidential election campaign officially began Tuesday with former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva leading all polls against incumbent Jair Bolsonaro amid

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World

Biden Just Signed the Inflation Reduction Act. Now The Hard Work on Climate Really Begins

After 30 years of failed attempts to enact bold climate legislation, the U.S. entered a new era when President Joe Biden signed the

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World

Olympic rugby champion Ellia Green comes out as trans man

Ellia Green realized as a young child — long before becoming an Olympic champion — that a person’s identity and a gender assigned

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Health

Polio Is Back. Here’s How to Keep Yourself Safe

Until recently, polio had been a relic of history in the U.S. Once a scourge that paralyzed or killed up to tens of

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World

Palin Paved the Way for Trump. Could She Remake the GOP Again?

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Europe

European forest fires further increasing the world’s climate footprint

The multiple forest fires that have been raging in France since the beginning of summer have released record amounts of carbon into the atmosphere,

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Business/Tech

Report: Windows 11 22H2 update will be released on September 20

What a year it’s been — 22H2 includes security upgrades, redesigned Task Manager, and other refinements. Andrew Cunningham – Aug 16, 2022 5:42

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World

Salman Rushdie and the enduring risk of political art

Novelist Salman Rushdie walked on stage at a summer festival at the Chautauqua Institution in New York to speak on Friday and was

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World

Explosions rock ammunition depot in Crimea in suspected Ukrainian attack

Explosions and fires ripped through an ammunition depot in Russia-annexed Crimea on Tuesday in the second suspected Ukrainian attack on the peninsula in

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Health

Why Sleeping In On School Days May Be Good for Teen Health

California teenagers can snooze a little later this year, thanks to a newly implemented law that says most high schools and middle schools

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