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Jacob Bachmeier serves in Montana’s House of Representatives. He was just 18 when he was elected. A classmate was his Listen to the podcast
China is investing heavily in coal around the world, even going so far as to build the coal sector from Listen to the podcast
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In a new intergovernmental report, scientists say a million species of plants and animals could go extinct due to climate Listen to the podcast
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According to USAID, only four percent of people in rural Zambia has access to power. A Duke University interdisciplinary team Listen to the podcast
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Research shows that working-class people almost never become politicians, but Carmen Castillo is both a hotel housekeeper and a Providence Listen to the podcast
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Recently, a man opened fire in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand leaving 50 dead and dozens more injured. The Listen to the podcast
Political satire isn't new, it's been with us throughout history, even Shakespeare's works were packed with political commentary. Lately, though, Listen to the podcast
Madeleine Albright served as the 64th U.S. Secretary of State under President Bill Clinton. In this episode of the Policy Listen to the podcast
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In 2013, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced the One Belt, One Road Initiative. The massive infrastructure project aims to link Listen to the podcast
Venezuela is in the midst of a catastrophic economic crisis. According to Forbes, Venezuela’s yearly annual inflation reached 80,000% in Listen to the podcast
With college basketball season in full swing and March Madness close approaching, the attention of the sports world is centered Listen to the podcast
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What goes on behind the scenes in a government shutdown? In 1995, John Koskinen was deputy director of the federal Listen to the podcast
Rich countries have a variety of reasons to give money to poorer countries. In this episode of Policy 360, Sarah Listen to the podcast
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Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy welcomed Mitch Prinstein the John Van Seters Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience and Listen to the podcast
Adriana Figueroa and Maggie Loredo's stories illuminate the compelling historical, ethical, and political challenges unfolding today on the U.S. Mexican Listen to the podcast
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In recent years, states across the country have significantly expanded access to prekindergarten and there have been proposals at the Listen to the podcast
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The so-called “migrant caravan” has grabbed worldwide headlines. Approximately 3,000 people are walking toward the Southern U.S. border from a Listen to the podcast
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Earlier this week, a gunman opened fire at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. Eleven people died and there Listen to the podcast
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Sari Kaufman is a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Florida. Her high school was the site Listen to the podcast
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Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy faculty member Christina Gibson-Davis has compared wealth among families with children and the Listen to the podcast
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Michael Sorrell is president of Paul Quinn College, and he has turned the historically black institution in Dallas into what Listen to the podcast
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Leaders in towns and cities affected by Hurricane Florence are attempting to get operations running again. Soon they will likely Listen to the podcast
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Yemen is in the midst of civil war, a brutal conflict that has caused the world's worst humanitarian crisis according Listen to the podcast
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Kelly Brownell has stepped away from his role as dean of the Sanford School of Public Policy to launch a Listen to the podcast
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It’s often said that one in 10 people on the planet is hungry, and that number is on the rise. Listen to the podcast
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Researchers now believe they can predict bad behavior later in life, just from a child's behavior and life circumstances as Listen to the podcast
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There's an intriguing new study that shows a connected between when low-income families receive supplemental nutrition, or SNAP assistance, and Listen to the podcast
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It's becoming more and more apparent that the first thousand days of a child's life are crucial. In particular, the Listen to the podcast
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It’s widely known that breastfeeding babies is very important. Breast milk is often called "liquid gold" because it has so Listen to the podcast
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"The tragic Parkland, Fla., shooting on February 14th is yet another dreadful reminder that schools are no sanctuary against mass Listen to the podcast