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Sell Or Stay? Australia's Fire Zone Experiment

After deadly 2009 wildfires, authorities offered to buy property to encourage people to move. Few accepted. The questions raised by Australia's experience are freshly urgent after its latest fires.

Sell Or Stay? Australia's Fire Zone Experiment

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America's Mental Health Crisis Hidden Behind Bars

Overcrowding, understaffing and poor treatment for inmates with mental health issues held in Los Angeles jails underscore growing failures in America's mental health and justice systems.

America's Mental Health Crisis Hidden Behind Bars

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How To Give Advice: Less Fixing, More Listening

When someone comes to you for advice, where do you start? This very meta episode of Life Kit explores how to give good advice to the people you care about. Hint: it's not always about fixing someone's problems.

How To Give Advice: Less Fixing, More Listening

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