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A recent AP-NORC poll reveals that despite America’s deep political polarization, most Americans hold core beliefs central to the nation’s identity. Around 90% of U.S. adults consider the right to vote, equal protection under the law, and privacy as highly important. Additionally, 84% value freedom of religion. The poll indicates broad consensus across political lines, except on the right to bear arms, which Republicans are more likely to view as fundamental. Since these similarities emerge in a period marked by partisanship and concerns of political violence, the findings suggest that Americans, when engaged in direct dialogue, share more common ground…

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With climate change affecting growing cycles around the globe, world hunger continues to affect millions across the globe. In fact, World Vision estimates that 690 million people around the world go to bed hungry on a regular basis. This is a problem with complicated causes, but technology could provide a solution. Even while the numbers of people suffering from hunger increases, exciting emerging technologies provide a beacon of hope. Here are five promising technologies we have today that can end world hunger: 1. Drought Predicting Smartphones One of the biggest challenges contributing to world hunger is drought. When droughts occur,…

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