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New Jersey lawmakers pass bill raising tobacco and e-cigarette buying age to 21

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TRENTON — The state Assembly gave final legislative approval Monday to a bill that would outlaw the sale of tobacco and vaping products to people under age 21. The bill, which passed 49-20 with five abstentions, has been criticized by retailers but lauded by public health experts. There was no debate in the full Assembly Monday…

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Here are the five world leaders Trump spoke with just prior to the bombshell DNI whistleblower complaint

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Following up on the Washington Post's bombshell report about a phone call promise that Donald Trump made to a world leader which set off alarm bells and resulted in a whistleblower complaint from an intel official, CNN reported the names of five foreign leaders the president spoke with prior to the filing.

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How the president’s ‘hustler’ campaign manager reinvented himself — and went from web designer to bankruptcy-declaring Trump avatar

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In August, at a campaign rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, a tall man with a Viking beard and an elegant gray suit walked out on a stage, carrying a stack of red Make America Great Again hats, tossing them to an adoring crowd, shouting “Four more years!”

The man is Trump’s campaign manager, Brad Parscale, who vaulted from a mid-level web designer to digital strategist for the 2016 Trump campaign and now manages the 2020 incarnation, Donald J. Trump for President Inc., which he claims will be America’s first billion-dollar campaign. And as he’s been doing this, Parscale has figured out ways to enrich himself and his firms, at various times collecting a salary from the Trump campaign, payments from the Republican National Committee and money from a super PAC, America First Action.

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Melting snowcaps spell water trouble for world’s highest capital

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Water resources are running dry in the world's highest-elevation capital due to the combined effect of the Andean glaciers melting, drought and mismanagement.

But instead of surrendering, the locals in Bolivia's capital La Paz are finding new ways to tackle the changing climate.

The sky-high metropolitan area's 2.7 million people have already been jolted by climate change: a severe drought that lasted for several months from 2016 into 2017 was Bolivia's worst in 25 years, leading to water rationing and widespread protests in several cities.

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