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Jewish group honors Ginsburg for lifetime achievement
Prominent Jewish organization recognizes US Supreme Court Judge Ginsburg with lifetime achievement award
A tale of 2 US delegations at climate talks
While the world meets in Bonn, Germany, to hammer out the final details of the historic Paris climate accord and lay the path forward on combating climate change , there may be some confusion over who speaks for America. The Trump administration's official delegation is a smaller team smaller than
US cities, states defy Trump, still back Paris climate deal
A group of U.S. states, cities, businesses and universities say they are committed to curbing global warming even as the Trump administration is walking away from the Paris climate accord
The Latest: Merkel calls for all to fight climate change
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says every country needs to pitch in to keep global temperatures from rising.
US and them: America, the elephant in room at climate talks
Awkward: The US has a delegation at international climate talks working to implement a treaty Trump wants no part of
Green groups criticize EU emissions trading deal
Environmental groups say a deal between the European Parliament and EU member states to reform the bloc's emissions trading system undermines international efforts to curb climate change
East Coast offers homeless insights as West Coast struggles
The homeless in New York are far less visible on a daily basis than in West Coast cities where the population has exploded over the past couple years.
Natalie Portman honored in Israel with 'Jewish Nobel Prize'
Natalie Portman awarded 2018 Genesis Prize in Israel, $1 million recognition known as 'Jewish Nobel Prize'
Bloomberg says America should 'get behind' Trump because 'the public has spoken'
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said America should "get behind" President Trump because "the public has spoken - whether you like the results or not" during an appearance on ABC's "The View." Bloomberg said that opposing a president just because they are aligned with the opposing
A gun is discharged in a US school about once a week: advocacy group analysis
The gun violence at a California elementary school last week is hardly uncommon in the U.S., which has seen an estimated 220 shootings -- including suicides and accidents -- in schools and colleges since the start of 2013, according to Everytown for Gun Safety, a nonprofit that advocates for gun