In Real Life: Living With Wolves
Wolves are returning to the American West a century after they were nearly eradicated. But can they co-exist on a landscape now reshaped by humans?
A century after they were nearly eradicated in the U.S., wolves are making a comeback across the American Northwest. To conservationists, it's a victory for wildlife. But to some communities on the front lines of the issue, it's a threat to their livelihoods.
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In Real Life: We Say Gay
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In Real Life: Homeless Hero
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Are Donations From Billionaire Philanthropists What They Say They Are?
While many agree those dealing in philanthropy have great intentions, skeptics argue whether charity from the wealthy is actually honest.By Elaine Thompson / AP