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Health & Medicine

Ukraine interview

The BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse reports on a coal mine accident in Ukraine, where today, rescue workers announced they'd helped 23 miners to safety while others remain missing, though.

Arts, Culture & Media

Duncan Watts

Duncan Watts, a sociologist at Columbia University, talks about trends, marketing and whether supposedly influential "trendsetters" actually carry as much weight as experts have long thought they do.

Chasing Kangaroos

Kangaroos, like humans, are one of the only mammals that get around on two legs. But about ten species of this marsupial have also evolved to live in trees. Author Sy Montgomery traveled with scientist Lisa Dabek to the ancient cloud forest of Papua New G

Nation's Icebreakers in Trouble

The United States Coast Guard owns three Polar Icebreakers- ships designed to navigate through frozen portions of the ocean. Icebreakers are key providers of both national security and economic stability- performing rescue missions, keeping trade routes o

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Justice

Three ways the Trump administration has downplayed white supremacy

In the weeks leading up to the neo-Nazi and white supremacist rally that turned deadly over the weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, President Donald Trump and those close to him have often played down the real threat of violence being committed by white supremacists on a regular basis across the country.