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Elaine Thompson/AP

Commercial air travel currently accounts for just about 2.5% of global carbon emissions, but those emissions are rising fast.

Elaine Thompson/AP

Carbon emissions from global air travel are rising fast, and U.S. passengers make up the largest share. But some are vowing not to fly at all, motivated by guilt and concern for the environment.

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Molly Snee for NPR

Active shooter drills are one way schools prepare for possible shootings. Now a new report underlines a method for prevention: threat assessment, along with social and emotional support for students.

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Rachel Bujalski for NPR

The wildfire destroyed 11,000 homes, and the Issacses' house is one of the first on their street to be rebuilt. They committed to staying in Paradise, Calif., because of their jobs and growing family.

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Expert-staffed hotlines by companies including Butterball, Ocean Spray and Betty Crocker help thousands of home cooks each holiday season.

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The Justice Department told a court it has realized there are more internal documents that it inadvertently failed to disclose before lawsuits over the now-blocked census citizenship question ended.

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Boeing is grappling with more than just fixing the technical problems with its 737 Max planes. Two crashes of the new plane have undermined trust in the aircraft manufacturer.

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Noah Berger/AP

Dry vegetation and high winds combine again in a potentially dangerous Southern California fire. But firefighters could get help from an approaching rainstorm.

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Mary Fecteau/WVIZ Ideastream

In the fast-paced ever-changing world of children's entertainment, Highlights magazine, founded in 1946, slows things down with short articles and puzzles.

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