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Last July was so hot that 81 percent of the world's population endured sweltering heat, according to a new report by the science non-profit Climate Central. The temps broke records across the globe. Next week President Biden visits the nation's Southwest to talk more about his plans to combat climate change. Negotiations in Hollywood may soon resume nearly 100 days since the strike began. The president of the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers reached out to Writers Guild of America to schedule a meeting for Friday. Meanwhile, Hollywood started hiring for high-paying AI jobs. And in headlines: a federal judge ruled that health care providers in Idaho can refer patients for abortion services out-of-state, New York City officials are considering a plan where migrants will sleep in tents in Central Park and other green spaces, and picking your nose is associated with a higher risk of COVID.
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