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Large Methane Leaks Threaten Perception Of 'Clean' Natural Gas

A new study finds that oil and gas operations are leaking 60 percent more methane than previously reported by the federal government.

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Children's Cries Brought Down Walls Of Indifference

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Sahar Pirzada, program and outreach manager for HEART, leads a workshop at Peace Over Violence in downtown Los Angeles. Josie Huang/KPCC hide caption

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Muslim Sex Educators Forge Their Own #MeToo Movement

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Jill Barber's new album Metaphora means "to transfer meaning" in Greek. "It captures a lot of what this album is about, which is my experience in the world as a woman," she says. Ivan Otis /Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jill Barber Goes Pop, Minus Some Sweetness

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Laura Corporeal Geotic
This Shameless Moment Saxon Shore
Cader Idris Saxon Shore
Ghetto In Paradise
Heave And Roll Mike Vass

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Large Methane Leaks Threaten Perception Of 'Clean' Natural Gas

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An 18th Century, Gender-Bending Mystery: What Did 'The Fox' Say?

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Hugh Grant stars as British politician Jeremy Thorpe in the three-part BBC One miniseries, A Very English Scandal. It premieres in the U.S. on Amazon on June 29. Sophie Mutevelian/BBC/Blueprint Television Ltd hide caption

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'A Very English Scandal' Stars Who Else But A Very English Hugh Grant

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Continuing Niklas Aman