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A Wall Street Journal featured Guyora Binder in a story on the felony-murder rule, a controversial legal doctrine at the heart of the George Floyd, Rayshard Brooks and Ahmaud Arbery cases.
A Washington Post story quotes James Campbell about how the politics of race are shifting in the U.S. and what will come of the gathering call for action.
NPR’s “The World” podcast interviewed Monica Lupion for a story about Climeworks, one of the first and best-known companies to direct air ca ture — or pull carbon dioxide directly out of ambient air for storage or use.