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Who really controls our food and water? Here are the 6 most shocking revelations from "The Grab"

Additionally, Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine further intensifies its climate consequences, scientists said. “The humanitarian disaster is of the utmost importance — the number of deaths and structures that were destroyed — but the collateral damage is intense destruction to the atmosphere,” explained Debra Javeline, associate professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame.

Have a Boring Task to Do at Work? Don’t Just Plow Through It

Boredom serves an important purpose, much like pain, says Casher Belinda, an assistant professor of management at Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, and a co-author of the research. 

Yes in God’s backyard? This housing solution may be the answer to your prayers.

“There’s a long tradition in the United States of Roman Catholic churches and other Christian churches trying to provide for those without housing, but where you see something different in this moment is there’s a larger societal conversation in the US about housing access and the lack of housing writ large,” said Rev. Patrick Reidy, a law professor at the University of Notre Dame and co-director of the school’s Church Properties Initiative.

The US wants to decouple its military supplies from China – but can it?

Eugene Gholz, an associate professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, said the US still had significant advantages, saying the relationship is “not equally dependent” as the US economy is more flexible and innovative, and it has access to more alternative suppliers than China.

How Trump’s Florida residency complicates Rubio’s path to VP

“Florida is a large state and a state that you hope to carry,” said Derek Muller, a law professor at the University of Notre Dame. 

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