‘This is a roller-coaster league’: Amid report of Matt Nagy’s possible firing, Bears players try to tune out the noise

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CHICAGO — Tashaun Gipson’s first four NFL seasons came with the Cleveland Browns, who at the time had the distinction as the most wayward and dysfunctional organization in the league. From 2012-15, Gipson experienced 19 wins and 45 losses, played for three head coaches and endured a shift in owners when Jimmy Haslam bought the Browns from Randy Lerner in the middle of the 2012 season. That franchise seemed to live inside a pocket of turbulence. Drama and tension were constant. Instability felt inevitable. Failure became the expectation. “Those were bad locker rooms I was a part of,” Gipson sai…

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There is no climate solution without China and America, says Li Shuo

Published by Mongabay China and the United States account for nearly half the world’s carbon dioxide emissions from energy, while the two countries’ resource consumption is among the biggest threats to global biodiversity. These issues make China and the U.S. major targets for environmental activists like Greenpeace, one of the world’s most prominent advocacy organizations.

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Bosch workers protest against job cuts in Germany

Published by DPA Thousands of Bosch employees protested against job cuts at the German engineering and technology company, according to union sources. In the town of Buehl in the south-western state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, where the company has its headquarters for electrical drives, there were around 3,000 people, the metalworkers union IG Metall announced on Friday.

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Indian farmers block roads, railways in bid to revive protests

Published by DPA Indian farmers blocked roads and railway tracks across the country on Monday, resuming a nationwide protest to mark one year since the legislature passed contentious farm laws that the farmers say threaten their livelihoods. Tens of thousands of farmers participated in the 10-hour all-India shutdown, which was supported by the country’s major

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EU faces crisis over controversial Polish court ruling on supremacy

Published by TDPel Media A Polish court ruling challenging the supremacy of European Union law plunged the EU into an existential crisis on Friday, increasing fears among EU policymakers and many Poles that Poland could eventually leave the bloc. Politicians across Europe voiced dismay at the ruling by Poland’s Constitutional Tribunal on Thursday that parts

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