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A study recently published in Environmental Research Letters showed that fall days with fire weather have doubled because of climate change.
In July the government published details of rescue funding for struggling universities, but made clear that any bailout would come with tough conditions.
They described their work in a recent paper published in the journal Analytical Methods.
Fifty years ago this week, the New York Times Sunday Magazine published an essay by the Nobel prize-winning economist Milton Friedman.
In June 2018, ProPublica Illinois published an investigation that revealed hundreds of children in state care were confined in psychiatric hospitals after they completed their treatment.
As early as 1913, planar graphs came up in a brainteaser called the three-utilities problem, published in The Strand Magazine.
The Economist recently published some Google search data that highlights big spikes around these topics, as well as some stickiness.
It was co-authored by Erin Meyer and published by Penguin Press.
The median published tuition and fee price at a four-year institution came to $12,710 in the 2019-2020 school year, according to the College Board.
The average view time of those video pages were a minute longer than on other political content it published.

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