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This is one of the worst disappearing acts I've seen. There's nothing magic about it.

People in developing countries experience hardships that we don't have much control over, such as hunger or displacement from war. However, when people are starving or being displaced because of climate change, we need to look at how we're contributing to the situation — and take steps to stop.

This is one of the worst disappearing acts I've seen. There's nothing magic about it.
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Imagine if you were driving around, saw the flashing lights of a cop car behind you, and didn't immediately think you were in trouble. What if your first thought was that someone was here to help instead of giving you a ticket.

That'd be pretty great, right?

Police in Denver, Colorado have a new program designed to improve public safety as well as the relationship between the police and those they serve and it's something everyone can get behind. Instead of issuing tickets, officers will now have the option to hand out $25 gift cards in situations where people are pulled over for minor "fix-it" violations.

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