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The Massive Cost of Not Adapting to Climate Change • Alaska just had the most ridiculous summer. That's a red flag for the planet.

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The Massive Cost of Not Adapting to Climate Change bloomberg.com • r/TrueReddit • u/altbekannt share
Alaska just had the most ridiculous summer. That's a red flag for the planet. cnn.com • r/TrueReddit • u/mushpuppy share
Saudi Arabia reportedly shuts down half its oil production after drone attack cnbc.com • r/geopolitics • u/Kontrolling share
Trump provoked ‘stunned silence’ by shouting ‘where’s my favorite dictator’ at meeting with Egyptian officials: report rawstory.com • r/worldnews • u/SeaHit share
Judge Orders Release of Records That Might Tie Saudi Royals to 9/11: Federal judge’s ruling raises hopes that we may better understand any possible ties between Saudi Arabia’s ruling family and the 9/11 hijackers - the vast majority of whom were Saudi citizens. whowhatwhy.org • r/worldnews • u/maxwellhill share
The UK ambassador forced to resign after he called Trump 'inept' and 'incompetent' is being made a Lord businessinsider.com • r/worldnews • u/viva_la_vinyl share
The US had to extract a top spy from Russia after Trump revealed classified information to the Russians in an Oval Office meeting businessinsider.com • r/worldnews • u/screaming_librarian share
Russia Has ‘Oligarchs,’ the US Has ‘Businessmen’ fair.org • r/TrueReddit • u/A-MacLeod share
The US National debt is $22 trillion, but critics say focusing on this number misses other debt the Federal government is actually an underwriter for, like State debt, pensions, social security payouts and more. What debt outside of US treasury bonds is the Federal reserve formally on the hook for? r/NeutralPolitics • u/crazyguzz1 share

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