What's to become of Nixon's Endangered Species Act under Trump? In #100Days100Qs.

President Trump, will you preserve the Endangered Species Act?

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"Terrorism won't divide us — Brexit will," said one banner.

Tens of thousands march against Brexit on the EU's 60th anniversary

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If Iran’s influence in Yemen was hard to detect before, it is unmistakeable now. And as the war drags on, Iranian influence may grow.

If Yemen's Houthis weren't Iranian proxies before, they could be soon

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Memos and a draft executive order obtained by the media suggest Trump hopes to slash US funding to the UN by somewhere between 40 and 50 percent. That would reportedly include a $1 billion cut in annual US funds for the UN's peacekeeping operations.

President Trump, do you think cutting UN funding by 50 percent will make America safer?

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According to the data, very few of the asylum-seekers walking across Quebec’s border illegally are US citizens. The largest groups are from Eritrea, Syria, Sudan, Yemen and other countries facing economic or war catastrophe.

Way more migrants are now sneaking across the US-Canada border

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"We are stunned by this terrible loss of life," said the UN's humanitarian coordinator in Iraq. "Nothing in this conflict is more important than protecting civilians."

US-led strikes may have just killed dozens of civilians in Mosul

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An article in The Daily Beast by convicted computer-hacker-turned-journalist Kevin Poulsen goes into detail about how the teenager used bitcoin, Google Voice and a range of other technologies to make him untraceable — until he made a mistake.

An unlikely suspect is arrested in connection to over 100 bomb threats against US Jewish centers

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The TV show "Homeland" has been criticized for stereotyping Muslims as terrorists. But in season six, the show is striving for a much more nuanced portrayal, and its producers have hired one of their fiercest critics as a consultant: New York attorney Ramzi Kassem.

How a Muslim lawyer and critic of Showtime’s 'Homeland' became a consultant for the show

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In 2011, these signs were featured at Toronto’s Dominion Modern Gallery, in an exhibition titled “Honest Edwardianism: Hand Painted Signs in the 21st Century.”

The storied history of ‘that great silent salesman’ — hand-painted storefront signs

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The festivities sometimes justify sexual assault in the guise of holiday camaraderie. Social media campaigns this year tried to change that.

India is asking why its festival of colors is an excuse for groping

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Trump issued a stunning ultimatum to his party: Vote Friday, and if it fails, Obamacare will remain in force.

Here comes the showdown vote on the Republican plan to replace Obamacare

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Many people, perhaps most of us, have it in us to act in ways we couldn’t imagine possible in normal times. The latest podcast from Whose Century Is It.

A massacre of a village's Jews by their neighbors in WWII Poland is remembered — and misremembered

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“Usually when a woman gets raped, the men come and propose — the family says, ‘OK, it’s better for her to get married to him so she can live a normal life, and she will preserve her honor and the family honor.’”

Lebanese women fight to overturn law that protects rapists

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Trump is putting his reputation as a dealmaker on the line with the high-risk vote, with Republican rebels threatening to torpedo their own party's health care reform.

Here comes the showdown vote on the Republican plan to replace Obamacare

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The Islamists Mubarak had warned about, in the form of his successor Mohamed Morsi, greatly divided the country.

Egypt's Mubarak, a symbol of dashed hopes, goes free

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"The despicable murder of Denis Voronenkov ... is an act of state terrorism by Russia, [a country] he was forced to leave for political reasons. Russia's special services were involved in it."

Did Putin put out a contract on a Russian whistleblower and critic?

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Six years ago, photographer Ari Beser set out to share the stories of atomic bomb survivors with young people across the world. But after the tsunami struck Japan, he joined relief efforts, and over time he grew more connected to what happened there.

Photos: See Japan's nuclear legacy — from Fukushima to Hiroshima

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This round of cuts to the AHCA is meant to appeal to hard line conservatives. So we have a question...

President Trump, why would your healthcare plan make new mothers go back to work within 60 days, or lose insurance?

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Why post-Fidel Cuba is much like Cuba under his rule: “The apparatus of the party, the apparatus of the state was formed by Fidel Castro,” says Cuban writer Dimas Castellanos “And the people in that apparatus fundamentally follow Fidel Castro’s ideas. They think like him.”

Post-Fidel-Castro Cuba isn't that different from before

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