In international news:

The Atlantic traveled to Bhopal, India, to look at what they call “the world’s largest industrial disaster” and how its effects could spell trouble for multinational companies. The accident occurred way back in 1984, when 40 tons of toxic petroleum fumes were expelled from a factory  – and residents and workers are still suffering.

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