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Watching the sea change from a tiny German island
Overruling advisers, CDC endorses boosters for at-risk workers
Queens were key players in the biblical history of ancient Israel
Stunning footprints push back human arrival in Americas
Why the CDC and FDA only approved booster shots for some Americans
The hidden beauty of the plants that feed the world
Obscure health law being used to expel Haitian migrants
Obscure health law being used to expel Haitian migrants
Earth's tides may be linked the rise of life as we know it
Earth's tides may be linked the rise of life as we know it

Travel

15 Unique Ways to Explore Europe
15 Unique Ways to Explore Europe
Travel Beyond Your Wildest Dreams
Travel Beyond Your Wildest Dreams
Discover the Wonders of North America
Discover the Wonders of North America

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What timber tourism can teach kids about trees
Discover the beauty of America’s Great Plains on foot
See Oklahoma through a Native lens at this new museum
Afghans look for new ways to share their culture far from home
Minneapolis is a big wheel in the urban cycling movement
The Guerrilla Cyclists of Mexico City
Frustrated cyclists in Mexico City took matters into their own hands and built DIY bike lanes to show the government how to get the job done.

October 2021 Issue

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The future of driving is here—and it’s electric
The future of driving is here—and it’s electric
How electric cars will dominate global sales within 20 years
How electric cars will dominate global sales within 20 years
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In This Issue

The green travel revolution is here
Take a look inside the Flying-V
Black homeownership thrives in this NYC neighborhood
Pay inequity is persistent, shameful—and widely tolerated
Meet the creatures of the night sea

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