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August has always had a tangible, special air for me.

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In August 1947, Britain announced the partition of the British India Colony, creating two separate, independent nations: the Republic of India and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

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Swaying prairie grasses as tall as your shoulders. Corralled animals prancing in the distance. Folk-band cadences mixing with the setting sun. Farm to table buffet food spread out under a barn awning. These are the makings of a summer farm dinner, complete with locals and low impact foods.

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It’s been a pretty hectic summer. Twenty Democrats have debated each other on stage twice in the lead up to what might be America’s most important election. The nation has seen divisive language coming to a nasty head. And Hannah B.

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Disney just broke (its own) record for annual box office earnings with five months still to go in 2019. The number? $7.67 billion.

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For the past several years, European political coverage has focused almost solely on the rise of the far right — and not without reason.

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In the winter of 2018, a record number of bee colonies died in the United States.

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It’s been a busy July. In one of the hottest months in recent memory, it’s no surprise that tensions and hot button stories are boiling over. From Hollywood to the White House, people are getting angry.

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Forget about reaching across the aisle. House Democrats are having trouble reaching across their own pews.

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On July 5, as temperatures rose and Ann Arborites flocked to the river to spend their day on the water, they were met with a disappointing development.