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Is an iceberg weighing hundreds of billions of tons on a penguin collision course?

On South Georgia, a remote island in the South Atlantic, millions of penguins in some of the largest colonies on the planet live out their days amid a pristine environment shared with only a handful of humans. An ex-whaling outpost, today it sits in over one million square kilometers of marine protected area, allowing species to thrive despite its rugged, sometimes hostile climate.

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Canada's 'Atlantic bubble' has been a sanctuary. But it may be bursting soon

At Canada's outer edge, the country's "Atlantic bubble" is just a six hour drive from Boston, but a world away from the Covid-19 reality. Here, 2.5 million people have been living with limited Covid-19 cases due to strict regional restrictions. Yet, the bubble itself is vulnerable as a new wave approaches. CNN's Paula Newton reports.

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Opinion: The only way Republicans can lead again

President Donald Trump is conducting an all-out assault on our democracy. There is no other way to look at this. The President lost the election and his legal team has failed to produce evidence of voter fraud. So now President Trump is attempting to convince state legislatures to overthrow the results. Voters made their decision, and yet he wants to force a different outcome. His attorney, Rudy Giuliani, is spewing the kinds of conspiracy theories that even conspiracy theorists shy away from. This is dangerous stuff. When some writers, such as Barton Gellman, writing in the Atlantic, predicted this would happen, too many people shrugged off the warning.

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Opinion: What Europe fears most about the US election

Europe, but particularly France and Germany -- the two motor nations of the continent -- are holding their collective breath for the outcome of Tuesday's American presidential election. They recognize that the future of the trans-Atlantic relationship, the very nature of the Atlantic alliance, which has preserved the peace in Europe for three-quarters of a century, hangs in the balance.

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Opinion: Let's talk about the climate apocalypse

When the winds of a storm in the Atlantic Ocean reach a certain speed -- 39 mph -- that storm is given a human name from a list created by the World Meteorological Organization.

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