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    (Reuters) -U.S. Representative Pramila Jayapal, a leading liberal House Democrat, has asked President Joe Biden to continue focusing on his social spending legislation and urged him to use ...

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    Average surface air temperatures from 2011 to 2021 compared to the 1956–1976 average Change in average surface air temperature since the industrial revolution, plus drivers for that change. Human activity has caused increased temperatures, with natural forces adding some variability. : SPM-7 Contemporary climate change includes both global warming and its impacts on Earth's weather patterns ...

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    Policy and activism around climate change action (climate change mitigation) does belong more in this article in my opinion, not in the sub-article. EMsmile ( talk ) 04:06, 8 February 2021 (UTC) Also, I have now created a section called "Historical aspects" where I moved the information on climate records that are pre-industrial times.

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    The decline of newspapers has been debated, as the industry has faced slumping ad sales, the loss of much classified advertising and precipitous drops in circulation. In recent years, newspapers' weekday circulation has fallen 7% and Sunday circulation 4% in the United States, their greatest declines since 2010.

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