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Oct 13, 2019

Kenyan Brigid Kosgei Smashes Women's World Record At Chicago Marathon
The 25-year-old runner finished in a time of 2:14:04 on Sunday, beating the previous record set by Britain's Paula Radcliffe in 2003 by 81 seconds.

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Oct 13, 2019

Simone Biles Becomes The Most Decorated Gymnast In World Championship History
Combining skills of unprecedented difficulty with flawless execution, the 22-year-old surpassed Vitaly Scherbo's record 23 world medals won in the 1990s. Biles copped five golds at the championships.

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Oct 13, 2019

Endangered By Turkish Offensive, U.S. Troops Prepare To Evacuate From Syria
The U.S. will pull its 1,000 troops amid air strikes and gunfire from Turkish-backed forces. "We're preparing, waiting for the order," a U.S. official close to the troops on the ground told NPR.

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Oct 13, 2019

Fort Worth Officer Kills Woman In Her Bedroom In Response To 'Open Structure Call'
Atatiana Jefferson, 28, was shot early Saturday morning after police in Texas responded to a neighbor's non-emergency call upon seeing her front door open. Community activists are demanding answers.

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Oct 13, 2019

Border Wall Rising In Arizona, Raises Concerns Among Conservationists, Native Tribes
The Customs and Border Protection agency says it is doing its best to reduce impact to the environment and tribal citizens. Conservationists and Native Tribes in the area are not appeased.

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Oct 13, 2019

Typhoon Death Toll In Japan Climbs: 19 Dead, 16 Missing
Typhoon Hagibus has been downgraded to a tropical storm. Helicopters, boats and thousands of troops were mobilized across the country to rescue people after the storm made landfall on Saturday.

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Oct 13, 2019

Typhoon In Japan Leaves Up To 33 Dead, 19 Missing
Typhoon Hagibus has been downgraded to a tropical storm. Helicopters, boats and thousands of troops were mobilized across the country to rescue people after the storm made landfall on Saturday.

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Oct 12, 2019

Cory Booker On Impeachment: 'I Swore An Oath To Protect And Defend The Constitution'
The New Jersey senator and presidential hopeful says Congress must take action. "Politics be damned. I have a job to do, which is to hold the executive accountable and we should be doing that."

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Oct 12, 2019

Turkey Claims To Have Won A Key Syrian Border Town From Kurdish Forces
Heading into a fourth day of military attacks on northern Syria, Turkish officials say forces have captured Ras al-Ayn and several surrounding villages. But reports indicate fighting continues.

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Oct 12, 2019

Typhoon Hagibis Leaves 2 Dead As Flooding And Landslides Threaten More Lives
The typhoon, which has now passed to the northeast of Tokyo, was the largest to hit Japan in 61 years, since the 1958 Kanogawa Typhoon that killed more than 1,200 people.

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Oct 12, 2019

VIDEO: Eliud Kipchoge Dashes Past 2-Hour Marathon Barrier In Assisted Event
Accompanied by pacesetters and an electric car, the Kenyan runner set a record Saturday that was long considered not humanly possible. He clocked in at 1:59:40 on crossing the finish line in Austria.

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Oct 12, 2019

Eliud Kipchoge Dashes Past 2-Hour Marathon Barrier In Assisted Event
Accompanied by pacemakers and an electric car, the Kenyan runner set a record Saturday that was long considered not humanly possible. He clocked in at 1:59:40 on crossing the finish line in Austria.

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Oct 12, 2019

Major Crackdown In Egypt Sweeps Up Activists, Children — And At Least 1 U.S. Citizen
Protesters, schoolchildren and some of the government's most prominent critics have all been detained in a government clampdown. So was a 22-year-old American college student, accused of spying.

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Oct 12, 2019

Juul Is Behaving Differently In The Philippines Than In The U.S., Say Activists
Even as U.S. authorities investigate Juul for marketing to minors and making unproven safety claims, the company is using those tactics to expand to poorer counties. Case in point: the Philippines.

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Oct 12, 2019

As An Election Nears In Poland, Church And State Are A Popular Combination
Poland's ruling Law and Justice Party leads its opposition in opinion polls ahead of Sunday's election. "Christianity is part of our national identity," party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski said recently.

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Oct 12, 2019

Heads Up: A Ruling On The Latest Challenge To The Affordable Care Act Is Coming
The health law again faces possible legal evisceration with a court ruling in Texas v. Azar anticipated this fall. Here's what it's about and what's stake.

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Oct 12, 2019

7 Questions Ahead Of The Next Democratic Primary Debate
The last couple of weeks have been dominated by the congressional impeachment inquiry into President Trump. But Democratic presidential candidates will take center stage again this week.

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Oct 12, 2019

Religious Walking Tour Maps Out The History Of Muslims In New York City
As she leads free walking tours through Harlem, Katie Merriman highlights the ways in which the history of Muslims is part of the history of New York City.

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Oct 12, 2019

PHOTOS: After The Storm, Haitians In The Bahamas Depend On The Kindness Of Strangers
One woman turned her home into an ad-hoc shelter for Haitians displaced by the storm and facing discrimination.

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Oct 12, 2019

Trump, Ukraine And The Path To The Impeachment Inquiry: A Timeline
Long before the phone call that sparked a whistleblower complaint and then an impeachment inquiry, the story of Ukraine was a preoccupation for President Trump.

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Oct 12, 2019

Eligible El Paso Walmart Shooting Victims Can Start Applying For Funding
More than $6 million so far have been raised to help the victims of the August massacre. On Saturday, One Fund El Paso is hosting a community resource fair to help those who qualify.

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Oct 11, 2019

Boeing CEO Is No Longer Also Chairman As Company Board Wants Focus On 737 Fix
With all 737 Max jets grounded, the board voted to strip CEO Dennis Muilenburg of his dual role. Two of the planes crashed, killing 346 people, when an automated flight system malfunctioned.

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Oct 11, 2019

Safety Experts Slam Boeing And FAA For Design And Approval Of 737 Max Jets
Two of the planes crashed, killing hundreds. The review panel finds that Boeing withheld critical details about a flawed new automated system, and the regulators lacked expertise to find the problem.

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Oct 11, 2019

Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan Is Out
McAleenan "wants to spend more time with his family and go to the private sector," President Trump tweeted. He's the latest casualty at the massive agency responsible for protecting U.S. borders.

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Oct 11, 2019

Trump Loses Round 2 Of Congressional Subpoena Battle In Court — For Now
A federal appeals court in Washington ruled that the president's financial records must be turned over to the House Oversight Committee.

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Oct 11, 2019

Trump Announces Phase One Of Trade Deal With China
As part of the deal, the next round of 30% tariffs will not be imposed. More agriculture trade between the two countries is expected.

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Oct 11, 2019

U.S. Officials Slam Turkish Incursion Into Syria That Has Displaced 70,000 People
"We oppose and are greatly disappointed by Turkey's decision to launch a unilateral military incursion into northern Syria," Defense Secretary Mark Esper said.

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Oct 11, 2019

Pentagon Says U.S. Troop Position In Syria Came Under Fire From Turkish Incursion
A spokesman says all U.S. troops are accounted for with no injuries. U.S. officials say they oppose Turkey military incursion into northern Syria.

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Oct 11, 2019

Turkey's Invasion of Syria Worsens A Humanitarian Crisis
A front-line hospital was abandoned Friday as up to 100,000 people fled Turkey's ground and air offensive.

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Oct 11, 2019

6 Young Women Went To The U.N. With A Bill Of Rights For Girls
The bill addresses education, sexual violence and other key issues. "Many girls in my country don't even know what their rights are," says Kanchan Amatya of Nepal.

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Oct 11, 2019

6 Young Women Went To The U.N. With A Bill Of Rights For Global Girls
The bill addresses education, sexual violence and other key issues. "Many girls in my country don't even know what their rights are," says Kanchan Amatya of Nepal.

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Oct 11, 2019

Blizzard Entertainment Faces Public Backlash Following Esports Player Ban
In the days after the company banned a Hong Kong player from competing, people across the world have denounced Blizzard and shown their support for pro-democracy protests.

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Oct 11, 2019

Blizzard Reduces Penalties Following Public Backlash Over Esports Player Ban
In the days after the company banned a Hong Kong player from competing, people across the world denounced Blizzard and showed their support for pro-democracy protests.

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Oct 11, 2019

Uber To Buy Latin American Online Grocery Delivery Service, Cornershop
The grocery service delivers in Chile, Mexico, Peru and Canada, with plans to expand.

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Oct 11, 2019

N.Y. Judge Blocks Trump Administration's Public Charge Rule
Under the rule, officials would weigh whether a green card applicant will be self-sufficient. The rule had been set to go into effect on Oct. 15. It's now blocked by a preliminary injunction.

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Oct 11, 2019

Federal Judge In N.Y. Blocks Trump's 'Public Charge' Rule For Green Cards
Under the rule, officials would weigh whether a green card applicant will be self-sufficient. The rule had been set to go into effect on Oct. 15. It's now blocked by a preliminary injunction.

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Oct 11, 2019

Federal Judge In N.Y. Blocks Trump's 'Public Charge' Rule On Green Cards
Under the rule, officials would weigh whether a green card applicant will be self-sufficient. The rule had been set to go into effect on Oct. 15. It's now blocked by a preliminary injunction.

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Oct 11, 2019

Federal Judges In 3 States Block Trump's 'Public Charge' Rule For Green Cards
Under the rule, officials would weigh whether a green card applicant will be self-sufficient. The rule had been set to go into effect on Oct. 15. It's now blocked by three preliminary injunctions.

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Oct 11, 2019

Canada's Decision To Make Public More Clinical Trial Data Puts Pressure On FDA
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration treats most data it gets on the development of new drugs and medical devices as confidential to companies. Critics say making the data public would help patients.

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Oct 11, 2019

25 Homes, More Than 4,700 Acres Burn In Saddleridge Fire Near Los Angeles
"This is a very dynamic fire," Los Angeles Fire Department Chief Ralph Terrazas said Friday morning . Some 100,000 people are under mandatory evacuation orders.

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Oct 11, 2019

25 Homes, More Than 7,500 Acres Burn In Saddleridge Fire Near Los Angeles
"This is a very dynamic fire," Los Angeles Fire Department Chief Ralph Terrazas said Friday morning . Some 100,000 people are under mandatory evacuation orders.

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Oct 11, 2019

Gun Control Is Front And Center In Virginia Races
A mass shooting there this spring that left 12 dead has put the issue into sharp focus. Democrats — bolstered by large cash infusions from gun control groups — hope to flip the state legislature blue.

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Oct 11, 2019

How Former Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch Became a Target in Ukraine
Marie Louise Yovanovitch was recalled after being targeted in a political campaign that's now a subject of a federal indictment. How did she make enemies in President Trump's world?

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Oct 11, 2019

In 'Catch And Kill,' Ronan Farrow Offers A Damning Portrait Of A Conflicted NBC
The book ties the killing of his story on Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual misconduct to a pattern of harassment and abuse within NBC — including payouts and rape allegations against Matt Lauer.

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Oct 11, 2019

NBA Calls Off News Conferences For Players In China As Controversy Lingers
The NBA says it made the move after conferring with players. A league source tells NPR that the Lakers and Nets — who are playing Saturday — can hold their own media gatherings if they want to.

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Oct 11, 2019

EPA Proposes New Regulations For Lead In Drinking Water
The new proposal is being criticized for not proactively replacing lead service lines across the nation. It also keeps the same threshold for lead in drinking water that the U.S. currently has.

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Oct 11, 2019

Former U.S. Ukraine Ambassador Says President Trump Pushed For Her Removal
Marie Yovanovitch was recalled from her post in May after criticism from some Republicans, including the president's eldest son, that she was not supportive of the administration's policies.

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Oct 11, 2019

Former U.S. Ukraine Ambassador Testifies In Impeachment Probe On Capitol Hill
Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine that Trump fired, is testifying in a closed-door deposition before three House committees.

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Oct 11, 2019

Prince's Estate Condemns Trump's Use Of 'Purple Rain' At Campaign Rally
According to Prince's estate, President Trump had promised not to use any of the icon's music during his campaign.

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Oct 11, 2019

Iranian Tanker Reportedly Struck By Missiles In Red Sea
Iran's state-run IRNA says the tanker was hit by two missiles that damaged storage tanks as it steamed about 60 miles from the Saudi port of Jiddah.

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Oct 11, 2019

Trump's Fights With GOP Over Syria Come At The 'Worst Possible Moment'
The president has angered many in the GOP with his abrupt decision to move U.S. troops in Syria. The move comes as congressional Republicans are also trying to defend Trump from being impeached.

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Oct 11, 2019

Nobel Peace Prize Goes To Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed
The Ethiopian leader received the award for his efforts to bring an end to 20 years of war with neighboring Eritrea.

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Oct 11, 2019

Advocates Try To Help Migrants Navigate Trump's Public Charge Rule
Advocacy groups are trying to help immigrants navigate the Trump administration's rule change that says legal immigrants will be less likely to be able to stay in the U.S. if they use public benefits.

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Oct 11, 2019

Trade Issues Have Divided Democrats, So Where Do The 2020 Candidates Stand?
President Trump has taken dramatic action on trade. His potential 2020 rivals are on the record about what they would do regarding tariffs and trade deals that could dramatically impact the economy.

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Oct 11, 2019

Super Typhoon Hagibis Could Be Strongest In Decades To Hit Tokyo
The typhoon could make landfall on the main Japanese island of Honshu on Saturday, hitting the capital with up to 2 feet of rain, storm surge and winds up to 135 mph.

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Oct 10, 2019

U.N. Warns Of Budget Crisis If Nations Don't Pay $1.3 Billion In Dues They Owe
"This month, we will reach the deepest deficit of the decade," the Secretary-General warned. If countries don't pay soon, the U.N. will struggle to pay staff and hold meetings, and will limit travel.

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Oct 10, 2019

Who In The House Is Calling For Impeachment?
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has announced the launch of a formal impeachment inquiry after months of expressing caution. Here are all the members who have come out on the record in support of the move.

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Oct 10, 2019

Alaska Woman Finds SD Memory Card With Graphic Images That May Have Solved A Murder
The card was labeled "homicide at midtown Marriott," and it contained 39 images and 12 videos depicting a strangulation. Police say it helped them make an arrest linked to a violent death.

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Oct 10, 2019

Man Charged With Murder After Woman Finds Memory Card Filled With Graphic Images
The card was labeled "homicide at midtown Marriott," and it contained 39 images and 12 videos depicting a strangulation. Police say it helped them make an arrest linked to a violent death.

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Oct 10, 2019

After Trump Call, Ukraine's Zelenskiy Gambles On Russia Peace Push Without U.S. Help
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy is trying to fulfill a campaign pledge to end a five-year conflict in eastern Ukraine. A Russian-backed insurgency has cost more than 13,000 lives since 2014.

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Oct 10, 2019

Don't Force Patients Off Opioids Abruptly, New Guidelines Say, Warning Of Severe Risks
Researchers say chronic pain patients can feel suicidal or risk overdose when taken off medication too quickly. The warnings seek to course-correct after doctors felt pressured to taper drugs rapidly.

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Oct 10, 2019

El Paso Walmart Shooting Suspect Pleads Not Guilty
The 21-year-old white man who is suspected of gunning down 22 people at a busy Walmart in August has pleaded not guilty. He had previously confessed to the killings, according to police documents.

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Oct 10, 2019

How The Trump Administration Uses 'Workarounds' To Reshape Legal Immigration
The White House wanted sweeping changes on legal immigration. Congress didn't bite. Now critics say the administration is using "backdoor" rules and regulations to keep low-income immigrants out.

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Oct 10, 2019

Thousands of Californians Are Powerless On Second Day Of PG&E's Intentional Outages
PG&E says the decision to unplug some customers' power "was based on forecasts of dry, windy weather including potential fire risk." California is currently at the peak of its wildfire season.

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Oct 10, 2019

Thousands of Californians Are Powerless On 2nd Day Of PG&E's Intentional Outages
PG&E says the decision to unplug some customers' power "was based on forecasts of dry, windy weather including potential fire risk." California is currently at the peak of its wildfire season.

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Oct 10, 2019

Power Is Gradually Restored To Thousands of Californians After 2nd Day Of Outages
PG&E says the decision to unplug some customers' power "was based on forecasts of dry, windy weather including potential fire risk." California is at the peak of its wildfire season.

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Oct 10, 2019

Poll: Independents Move In Favor Of Impeachment Inquiry, GOP Stays Firmly Against
A new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds that a slim majority of Americans are in favor of House Democrats' impeachment inquiry.

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Oct 10, 2019

Poll: Independents Move In Favor Of Impeachment Inquiry; GOP Stays Firmly Against
A slim majority of Americans approve of House Democrats' impeachment inquiry, but even more think President Trump's future should be decided at the ballot box, an NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds.

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Oct 10, 2019

Simone Biles Becomes Most Decorated Gymnast In World Championship History
Biles surpassed Vitaly Scherbo with a dominant performance Thursday. She now stands alone with 26 medals on the world championship stage.

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Oct 10, 2019

Simone Biles Wins Another World Championship Medal
Biles got closer to surpassing Vitaly Scherbo with a dominant performance Thursday.

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Oct 10, 2019

Simone Biles Wins Fifth All-Around World Championship Medal
Biles got closer to surpassing Vitaly Scherbo on the all-time list with a dominant performance Thursday. She could pass him this weekend.

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Oct 10, 2019

Farmers Sticking By Trump Even As Trade Wars Bite
Trump's trade wars and ethanol policy hurt farmers, but polls show his support among them remains strong, and may be growing as the impeachment query moves forward.

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Oct 10, 2019

Has The Trade War Taken A Bite Out Of China's Economy? Yes — But It's Complicated
China's economic growth has been slowing down for years. Tariffs have contributed to slower growth since early 2018, when the economic standoff began, but it's hard to pinpoint how much.

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Oct 10, 2019

2 Giuliani Associates Arrested On Campaign Finance Violations
Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman are associates of president Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani and reportedly aided Giuliani's efforts to have Ukraine investigate former Vice President Joe Biden.

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Oct 10, 2019

South Carolina Sheriff Candidate: I Wore Blackface 10 Years Ago
In a political ad Craig Stivender, a Republican candidate for sheriff in Colleton County, S.C., says he wanted to share his past mistakes before opponents tried to use them to disparage him.

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Oct 10, 2019

South Carolina Sheriff's Candidate: I Wore Blackface 10 Years Ago
In a political ad, Craig Stivender, a Republican candidate for sheriff in Colleton County, S.C., says he wanted to share his past mistakes before opponents tried to use them to disparage him.

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Oct 10, 2019

Recovery Is Slow In The Florida Panhandle A Year After Hurricane Michael
A year later, the populations of Panama City and Mexico Beach are lower, property tax rates are higher and many of the buildings that remain are just shells, lacking roofs, windows and walls.

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Oct 10, 2019

Why U.S. Cities Are Banning New Fast-Food Drive-Throughs
Most of the bans aim to curb emissions and protect pedestrians. The bans are also sometimes touted as a way to help fight obesity, but past studies suggest they don't have that effect.

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Oct 10, 2019

Nobel Prizes In Literature Go To Olga Tokarczuk And Peter Handke
The Swedish Academy made the unusual move Thursday of recognizing both Handke, an Austrian writer, and Tokarczuk, who is Polish, after scandal prevented the committee from awarding a prize last year.

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Oct 10, 2019

Nobel Prizes In Literature Go To Peter Handke And Olga Tokarczuk
The Swedish Academy made the unusual move of awarding the honor to two writers this year, after scandal prevented the committee from handing a prize out last year.

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Oct 10, 2019

After China Objects, Apple Removes App Used By Hong Kong Protesters
HKmap.live has been used by pro-democracy activists to keep track of protests and police activity. Apple says it was removed from the App Store because it was being used to "endanger law enforcement."

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Oct 10, 2019

Adam Schiff, The Surprising Face Of The Impeachment Inquiry Into President Trump
Schiff voted for the Iraq war authorization and the Patriot Act and was once considered a moderate. Now, the vegan, triathlete, former federal prosecutor is leading the charge against Trump.

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Oct 10, 2019

Adam Schiff, The Surprising Face Of The Impeachment Inquiry Of President Trump
Schiff voted for the Iraq war authorization and the Patriot Act and was once considered a moderate. Now, the vegan, triathlete, former federal prosecutor is leading the charge against Trump.

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Oct 10, 2019

After A Life Of Painful Sickle Cell Disease, A Patient Hopes Gene-Editing Can Help
She's the first patient with a genetic disorder to be treated with the powerful gene-editing technique CRISPR. The treatment has wrapped up and now she's waiting to see if it brings relief.

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Oct 10, 2019

How Vaping Nicotine Can Affect A Teenage Brain
Research on young mice and rats shows how nicotine hijacks brain systems involved in learning, memory, impulse control and addiction.

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Oct 10, 2019

Trying To Change Men Ousted By #MeToo Shows Promise — But No Guarantees
As a growing number of men brought down by the #MeToo movement attempt comebacks, a burgeoning industry of therapists, coaches and counselors is trying to help reform offenders.

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Oct 10, 2019

Growing Efforts Are Looking At How — Or If — #MeToo Offenders Can Be Reformed
As a growing number of men brought down by the #MeToo movement attempt comebacks, a burgeoning industry of therapists, coaches and counselors is trying to help reform offenders.

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Oct 10, 2019

As Summer Heated Up, Trump's Tweets About Non-White Democrats Intensified
An NPR analysis shows that President Trump's Twitter broadsides against Democrats in Congress have intensified since July, especially against non-white lawmakers.

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Oct 10, 2019

Bigger Supreme Court? No More Electoral College? See What 2020 Democrats Would Do
Stacking up the positions of presidential candidates on changes to government institutions, there are divisions over expanding the U.S. Supreme Court and ending the Senate's filibuster.

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Oct 10, 2019

As Summer Heated Up, Trump's Tweets About Nonwhite Democrats Intensified
An NPR analysis shows that President Trump's Twitter broadsides against Democrats in Congress have intensified since July, especially against nonwhite lawmakers.

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Oct 10, 2019

Twitter Analysis Shows How Trump Tweets Differently About Nonwhite Lawmakers
While the president has always spread his insults far and wide, the volume of personal insults and extreme language that he directed at African Americans in Congress stood out.

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Oct 09, 2019

California Bans Popular Pesticide Linked To Brain Damage In Children
State environmental regulators call chlorpyrifos "a toxic air contaminant" that is a health threat when inhaled or exposed to skin.

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Oct 09, 2019

More Fetal Remains Tied To Deceased Illinois Doctor Who Performed Abortions
Authorities are still investigating why the doctor stored more than 2,000 fetal remains.

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Oct 09, 2019

Thousands Of Women Will At Last Be Allowed To Attend A Soccer Match In Iran
"After all these years watching every match on TV, I'm going to be able to experience everything in person," said Raha Purbakhsh, one of 3,500 women who bought tickets to Thursday's game.

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Oct 09, 2019

FIFA Disciplines Hong Kong Football Association After Chinese National Anthem Protest
Fans at the Hong Kong vs. Iran World Cup qualifier game in September faced backward and booed as the Chinese national anthem played before kickoff.

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Oct 09, 2019

Changing Your Diet Can Help Tamp Down Depression, Boost Mood
Depression symptoms dropped significantly in a group of young adults who ate a Mediterranean-style diet for three weeks. It's the latest study to show food can influence mental health.

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Oct 09, 2019

Simone Biles Breaks Medals Record As Team USA Wins Gymnastic World Championship
The 22-year-old gymnast led Team USA to their fifth consecutive world championship. She is now just three medals away from becoming the all-time world leader.

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Oct 09, 2019

Joe Biden Calls For Trump Impeachment 'To Preserve Our Constitution'
The former vice president and 2020 candidate said "impeachment isn't only about what the president has done — it's about the threat the president poses to the nation if allowed to remain in office."

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Oct 09, 2019

Arizona Official Arrested In Alleged 'Baby Mill' Adoption Fraud Scheme
Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen has been arrested for allegedly transporting dozens of women from the Marshall Islands to give birth for adoptions. Authorities accuse him of human smuggling.

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Oct 09, 2019

Arizona Official Arrested In MultiMillion-Dollar 'Baby Mill' Adoption Fraud Scheme
Maricopa County Assessor Paul Peterson has been arrested for transporting dozens of women from the Marshall Islands to give birth for adoptions. Authorities accuse him of human smuggling.

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