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After years of negotiation with wildlife conservation groups, China's government has now set a timetable to end its legal ivory trade--March 2017.

A court case involving the University of Kentucky and its independent student newspaper, The Kentucky Kernel, highlights how confidentiality can sometimes get in the way of justice.

Republicans in Congress have vowed to repeal the health care law as soon as they get back to work. But they don't have a replacement ready, and insurers fear that could cause the market to collapse.

Rev. William Barber, president of the North Carolina NAACP, reflects on the biggest events from 2016 in order to look forward into the new year.

Filmmaker Molly Schiot documents the paths of women who led the way in various sports in the book Game Changers: The Unsung Heroines of Sports History.

With the rise of self-driving cars, there's a need to define the "five levels of autonomy," referring to the gradual change from driver-assisted to fully automated cars.

Stricken by layoffs in the coal industry, Greene County, Pa., went for Donald Trump this election. Many think he will help the industry, despite disagreeing with some of Trump's rhetoric.

William Pound from the National Conference of State Legislatures gives an overview on the upcoming legislative decisions regarding minimum wage and medical and recreational marijuana.

Russell Begaye, president of the Navajo Nation, speaks about the successful effort of five Southwestern Indian tribes to convince President Obama to create Bears Ears National Monument in Utah.

At least 39 people have been killed and dozens other injured in an attack on a nightclub in Istanbul. A man suspected of carrying out the attack has not been apprehended yet.

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