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A California redwood forest has officially been returned to a group of Native tribes

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Coast Guard searches for 38 people missing in a suspected human smuggling operation

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Flaws plague a tool meant to help low-risk federal prisoners win early release

The Justice Department created an algorithm to measure a person's risk of committing a new crime after leaving prison. But even after multiple tweaks the tool is leading to racial disparities.

Flaws plague a tool meant to help low-risk federal prisoners win early release

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A town in Mexico survives entirely on money sent back by U.S. migrants

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Russia has officially named jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny a terrorist

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