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Bill McKibben | The Race to Solar-Power Africa
Workers laying cables for solar panels in Woodmead, north of Johannesburg. Many countries in Africa are looking at solar and wind power to bolster generation capacity and replace older and dirtier energy sources. (photo: Joao Silva/The New York Times)
Bill McKibben, The New Yorker
McKibben writes: "American startups are competing to bring electricity to communities that remain off the grid."
Trump Sued Yet Again, This Time for Allegedly Violating Presidential Records Act
Rebekah Entralgo, NPR
Entralgo writes: "Two government watchdog groups, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington and the National Security Archive, filed a lawsuit Thursday against President Trump and the Executive Office of the President."
Support Grows for Single-Payer Medicare-for-All Plan Instead of Massive Cuts to Healthcare
Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!
Goodman reports: "Health experts say, given the shortcomings of both the Affordable Care Act and Republican proposals, now is the time to move forward with a simple Medicare-for-all system, known as single payer."
In the Blink of an Eye, Police Officers Turned This Traffic Stop Into an Unnecessarily Violent Encounter
Jana Kooren, ACLU
Kooren writes: "In a heartbeat, Anthony Promvongsa's sunny summer day in Worthington, Minnesota, turned from ordinary to a nightmare."
Fareed Zakaria | The United States Is Stumbling Into Another Decade of War
Fareed Zakaria, The Washington Post
Zakaria writes: "After 16 years of continuous warfare, hundreds of thousands dead, trillions of dollars spent and greater regional instability, somebody in Washington needs to ask - before the next bombing or deployment: What is going on?"
Most Terrorists in the US Are Right-Wing, Not Muslims
Mirren Gidda, Newsweek
Gidda writes: "Right-wing extremists were not only more successful, they were often more deadly, too. From 2008 to 2016, a third of right-wing attacks involved fatalities, compared to 13 percent of Islamist attacks."
How to Save the World's Tallest Animal
Ami Vitale, National Geographic
Vitale writes: "Though every schoolchild knows the tallest animal in the world, giraffe are often forgotten when it comes to conservation."

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