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Moody's Investor Services says it might downgrade U.S. cities' credit rating if they don't deal with the risks posed by climate change.

For the first time in history, soybeans are about to become America's most widely grown crop. Yet compared to corn or wheat, they remain curiously invisible in American culture.

On Friday, FIFA announced the World Cup final draw for next year's event in Russia. So now that the match-ups have been set, who has an easy path to the final, who's in the Group of Death, and who should Americans root for since the U.S. will not be in it?

Last summer, white nationalists and counterprotesters both found themselves in Charlottesville, Va. The white nationalist rally turned deadly. Now a former federal prosecutor says the law enforcement response to the event was a "series of failures."

President Trump remains silent upon word Michael Flynn is cooperating with special counsel Robert Mueller. Many are wondering if what Flynn tells Mueller could implicate others.

Republicans say their tax proposal will get companies to bring their overseas profits back to the U.S. They say it will lead to more hiring and higher wages. Big tech companies like Microsoft and Apple stand to be the largest beneficiaries of these corporate tax changes But already they have plenty of cash available for new investment. So critics say they'll use the tax breaks instead to benefit investors not workers.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said on Friday that Senate Republicans have the votes necessary to pass their overhaul of the nation's tax code. He said this after the group held a closed-door meeting where final changes were discussed.

Pope Francis met Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh today. He asked for their forgiveness for all the harm they've endured and, for the first time during his trip, he uttered their name in public.

Fordham University graduate student Matthew Combs studies the DNA of New York City's rats. He found that rats living uptown are genetically distinct from rats living downtown.

The Model 3 is supposed to take Tesla mainstream and bring it to profitability. But CEO Elon Musk's company has missed production goals, and analysts wonder whether he's spreading himself too thin.




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