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Excerpts from this story referencing United States

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"… as blown up into a much broader discussion of environmental justice in the United States: Did Gov. Rick Snyder and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency play do …"

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"… forts. He said nations with lower nuclear profiles look to Russia and the United States for cues, and both nations are now updating their nuclear arsenals while c …"

"… dermining oversight and enforcement of sound safeguards. The NTI gave the United States a fairly high rating for cybersecurity — a 6th place ranking — but int …"

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"… s worse than that. In effect, these diseases are legally sanctioned by the United States government, which has made the conscious decision to treat workers more ca …"

"… ountry is not encouraging. Certain uses of asbestos are still legal in the United States, though more than 50 countries have banned it. While a relatively modest 4 …"

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"… iation of Migrants Returned with Disabilities. Each attempted to reach the United States by riding freight trains across Mexico, and each suffered debilitating inj …"

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"… e – and therefore the immediate future of media -- is being built in the United States, not in Europe. Why are there no serious European rivals? Why is Europe …"

"… rid of it: listen to National Public Radio or watch PBS television in the United States. They do brilliantly but their constant appeals for support are exhausting …"

"… that it was only in 1987 that the Federal Communications Commission in the United States cancelled a nearly 40-year-old Fairness Doctrine, requiring television new …"

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"… American writer and journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates. As a newcomer to the United States it was for me one of the most powerful statements on the racial divide her …"

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"… nting a general counsel to lead its legal operations. In the meantime, the United States has legalized marriage for same-sex couples, allowed women to serve in mil …"

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