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A University of Colorado researcher wrote a report in 2016 for the National Park Service on the impacts of climate change and sea level rise. The report has not been released, but public records show it has been heavily edited to remove all references to human-induced climate change. Democrats are calling for an investigation.

Authorities in South Carolina are investigating what happened at a maximum security prison overnight. Seven inmates died and 17 others were injured while fighting. The skirmishes lasted for hours.

President Trump's attorney Michael Cohen was in federal court Monday in New York City. A federal judge ordered Cohen's attorney to identify another client as part of a battle of seized evidence.

When Europe begins enforcing sweeping new privacy rules next month, it will have a major impact on U.S. tech companies, both large and small. And it could affect American Internet users as well.

A federal judge ordered an attorney for Cohen to reveal the identity of a client that had been withheld as part of a battle over evidence following an FBI raid of Cohen's home and office.

French President Emmanuel Macron has said he convinced President Trump to stay in Syria "long-term," but the White House says the administration's policy on Syria remains unchanged.

The 2018 Pulitzer Prizes were announced Monday. Kendrick Lamar joined the staffs of The New York Times and The Washington Post along with the rest of this year's winners.

NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Estelle Massé, senior policy analyst for Access Now — a non-profit organization devoted to open and secure communications worldwide — about the new law adopted by the European Union to protect online privacy.

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Lawrence Wright predicts that the largest "red" state in the union will eventually move into the "blue" column — and change the nation's politics in the process.

In expensive West Coast cities like Los Angeles, there's a growing number of working people living on the margins — one crisis away from living on the streets due to soaring rents and housing prices.




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