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After more than 200 days in space, here’s how one astronaut adjusts to life on Earth.
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What happens when a journalist and ex-detective infiltrate an illegal dog fighting network?
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The feral chicken population of Key West is getting out of hand. They're pooping everywhere, tearing up yards, and stopping highway traffic. But they're too beloved to kill—so the city is sending them off to the mainland and making it illegal for human enablers to feed them.
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European Union subsidies, designed to stabilize prices and boost food production, are ending up in the hands of violent mafias and corrupt politicians across Europe.
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Natasha Maryorquin is a trans asylum seeker who was forced to wait in Mexico under the now disbanded Migrant Protection Protocols. This is what her time in Mexico while waiting for asylum was like and how life is for her now in the US.
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A growing number of Iranian women are pushing social boundaries and defying the authorities by hitting the open road on motorcycles.
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C’mon guys, just make D.C. a state already.
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“It becomes part of you.” This is what it's like living in a watchtower.
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How can you run one of the biggest porn sites in the world without anyone knowing who you are?
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Aaron Gekosky, an acclaimed environmental photojournalist talks about his experience covering the dark world of wildlife tourism.
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Here's how to get back to reality after months alone on an island.
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Sex slavery in London is on the rise.
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Dambe, a form of Nigerian boxing, is taking the country by storm.
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Who holds private military contractors responsible for their crimes?
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Indonesia's "silver people" are exposing themselves to toxic paints and risking their lives to make ends meet.
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Pedro Pardo witnessed first hand Mexico’s battles against the drug cartels and poverty, winning the World Press Photo award twice for his captivating work.
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No US president has gone to jail, but what if that changes?
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Photographer Rodrigo Abd has worked in some of the most inhospitable corners of the world, but his ability to capture moments of humanity has set him apart from the rest.
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