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Friday, September 27, 2013

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U.N. Panel: Humans to Blame for Climate Change | United Nations Reaches Landmark Deal on Syria | After 35 Year Diplomatic Hiatus, U.S. & Iran Begin Talks | Movie Date Reviews of The Week | Navigators Prepare for Opening of Healthcare Exchanges | Bike Haiku Challenge Winners Announced

U.N. Panel: Humans to Blame for Climate Change

A new report written by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) shows that climate change is not only real but that it is primarily—if not entirely—caused by humans. Cora...

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United Nations Reaches Landmark Deal on Syria

The Syrian conflict has raged on for the last two years, and now it seems to be entering a new phase. Yesterday the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council agree...

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After 35 Year Diplomatic Hiatus, United States and Iran Begin Talks

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani appeared at the Asia Society in Manhattan last night, and Takeaway Host John Hockenberry was on-site to witness Rouhani's speech and even a surprise a...

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Movie Reviews of The Week: 'Don Jon,' 'Baggage Claim,' 'Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2'

It’s Friday, and you know what that means: It's movie day at The Takeaway. This week, the Movie Date team previews three major releases. As always, our Movie Date team, Rafer Guzman a...

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Navigators Prepare for Opening of Healthcare Exchanges

To begin understanding how the new Affordable Care Act online healthcare exchanges work, many American’s are going to need help. That job falls to the federally funded navigators and ...

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Bike Challenge Winners Announced

After almost 1,200 submissions for the Bike Haiku Challenge, The Takeaway has selected 10 winners. There were tons of beautiful, funny and interesting poems entered by people from all...

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