Daniel Duane

a freelance writer and author

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John Muir, who’s known as the father of National Parks, was a key player in the efforts to preserve what is now Yosemite.

The story of the death of Lyell Glacier in Yosemite

John Muir, who’s known as the father of National Parks, was a key player in the efforts to preserve what is now Yosemite.

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Several hundred undocumented immigrants are deported to Tijuana every day. Border officers take them across the border and drop them off. They’re left to start a new life.

How Tijuana became a 'city of exiles'

Several hundred undocumented immigrants are deported to Tijuana every day. Border officers take them across the border and drop them off. They’re left to start a new life.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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