It’s Nov. 9, 2016, votes have been counted and … there’s a tie between Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump! A creative plan emerges: Both men take office but take turns leading -- one month at a time for one year -- before another vote is taken. Graduate student Alyson Hoffman on the wackiness that ensues.
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“In a study published this week, we found that slashing emissions from transportation and power generation would prevent about 175,000 early deaths caused by air pollution in the U.S. by 2030,” writes Drew Shindell, a Duke professor of climate sciences.
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