Year of the Bird Modern agriculture has transformed the world—and as a result, some bird species are hurting. Since time immemorial, farmlands have been as alive with bird songs as the sound of the wind.
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We are witnessing history. The most powerful gun lobby in the U.S. is facing its greatest threat yet: Generation Z. Less than two weeks after a deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida, left 17 dead
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By Alex Horton Alex Horton General assignment reporter covering national and breaking news Email Bio Follow The end of summer is around the corner, with students soon returning to school and people across