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While many aspects of the Justice Department's Russia investigation remain shrouded in secrecy, one thing at this point is clear: Special counsel Robert Mueller isn't finished yet. That raises the question about where he might be heading. Mueller has moved aggressively in his high-profile probe since taking the reins seven months ago. He has brought charges against four people with ties to the Trump campaign or administration so far, including the president's onetime campaign chairman Paul...
School districts had a year to implement a state law that banned zero-tolerance policies and emphasized restorativejustice practices. We check back in with five districts we visited in the summer of 2016 to see how school discipline has changed.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3y9a9q0md9A https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_6DNNpt3bo In central Montana, drones are dropping peanut butter pellets on prairie dog colonies. It's part of an effort by biologists to save North America's most endangered mammal — the black-footed ferret (or as the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service calls it, the BFF). Prairie dogs make up the vast majority of a BFF's diet. Save the food and you save the ferret, biologists wager. Under a half-crescent moon recently,...
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