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Pando, the world's largest organism is dying, study suggests
USA TODAY
Pando, a colony of trees in Utah considered the largest organism on Earth, is shrinking partly because of failed attempts by humans to keep it preserved, a new study suggests. The Pando, found in Fishlake National Forest in Utah, is a cluster of more ...
The World's Largest Organism, Pando, Is DyingForbes
One of the World's Oldest and Largest Organisms Is Dying, and It's Mostly Our FaultLive Science
Humans have found a way to kill the world's largest living organismBGR
Science Magazine -Nature.com -ABC News -PLOS
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New York Times

Stone Mountain: The Largest Confederate Monument Problem in the World
New York Times
Below them, etched across three acres of granite on the mountain's north face, was the carving of Southern Civil War leaders that is literally the largest Confederate monument problem in the world. Pastor Brown spoke of his family's history, divulging ...



The Atlantic

A World-Class Airport for the End of the World
The Atlantic
By then, the city of New Orleans plans to open a brand new, “state-of-the-art” airport terminal. The $1 billion project is currently under construction across the runway from the existing hodgepodge of concourses. But building a new “world-class ...



ESPN

Your Thursday ALCS guide: David Price takes aim at World Series
ESPN
The stakes: For the Red Sox, a chance to reach the World Series. For Price, his long-awaited first postseason win as a starter. For the Astros, the opportunity to defend their world championship. So the stakes are pretty high. If the Astros win: It's ...
Red Sox vs. Astros score: Bradley, Benintendi put Boston one win away from World SeriesCBSSports.com
Red Sox Win Marathon ALCS Game 4 in Wild Fashion to Close in on World SeriesSports Illustrated
Red Sox one win from World Series after wild, heart-stopping victoryWCVB Boston
The Ringer (blog) -AP News
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WIRED

With Black Ops 4, Call of Duty Takes Aim at a Fortnite World
WIRED
The original game was about heroism and terror in World War 2. But increasingly, Call of Duty games have been about themselves. The campaign setpieces—when they all had campaigns—often echoed each other, especially after Modern Warfare defined ...

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New York Times

Is Trump Destroying the World Order?
New York Times
Then, Michelle, Ross and David debate whether American foreign policy under President Trump is emboldening autocrats, threatening liberal democracy and undermining the world order. No surprise: They disagree. And for a digestif, David recommends ...



New York Times

Trump vs. the World Order
New York Times
The government of Russia appears to have killed multiple critics, around the world, in the last couple of years. The government of China has detained the head of Interpol, the international law-enforcement agency. The brazenness of autocratic ...
Jamal Khashoggi: What the Arab world needs most is free expressionWashington Post
Search for Khashoggi's remains extends to Saudi consul general's residenceThe Guardian
Jamal Khashoggi's final column: 'What the Arab world needs most is free expression'The Independent
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Vox

23 charts and maps that show the world is getting much, much better
Vox
But many of us aren't aware of ways the world is getting better because the press — and humans in general — have a strong negativity bias. Bad economic news gets more coverage than good news. Negative experiences affect people more, and for longer, ...

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CNBC

Billionaire art collector says Chinese museums are buying up the world's art
CNBC
One of the world's top art collectors said the art market is unlikely to cool or crash anytime soon, due in part to soaring demand from new museums in China. Bubbles and busts are nearly impossible to predict in any market, said J. Tomilson Hill, the ...



USA TODAY

Astros know who to blame if they don't reach World Series
USA TODAY
HOUSTON -- He won't hide in anonymity like Steve Bartman, or be famous like Jeffrey Maier, but Troy Caldwell certainly will be forever known in Houston if the Astros don't reach the World Series. The Boston Red Sox made Caldwell infamous overnight ...

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