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Sep 18, 2019

Once A 'Rocket Ship,' National Security Council Now Avoided By Government Pros
Career foreign policy professionals tell NPR they increasingly fear that joining the NSC, which is part of the White House, will taint them as political operatives.

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Sep 18, 2019

India Announces Widespread Ban Of E-Cigarettes
The government expressed alarm at the growing rate of use by young people and possible health hazards.

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Sep 18, 2019

Saudi Arabia Says Iran 'Unquestionably Sponsored' Attack On Oil Facilities
"This attack did not originate from Yemen despite Iran's best efforts to appear so," says Saudi Col. Turki al-Malki. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called it an "act of war" against the kingdom.

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Sep 18, 2019

New York City Debates Repealing Conversion Therapy Ban
Facing a federal lawsuit by an anti-LGBT group, city officials are considering repealing the 2017 ban. Officials say a repeal may avoid setting nationwide precedent if judges side against the city.

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Sep 18, 2019

The Battle Over Fish Farming In The Open Ocean Heats Up, As EPA Permit Looms
Advocates say farmed seafood is more sustainable than wild-caught. Critics say these farms pollute surrounding waters. Federal waters have been off-limits to aquaculture, but that may soon change.

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Sep 18, 2019

Journalist Andrea Mitchell: Asking Tough Questions Is 'Very Empowering'
Mitchell, the chief foreign affairs correspondent for NBC News and anchor of her own MSNBC show, looks back on her career in journalism. She's receiving a lifetime achievement Emmy on Sept. 24.

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Sep 18, 2019

Deadly Brain Cancers Act Like 'Vampires' By Hijacking Normal Cells To Grow
Researchers say certain brain cancers tap electrical signals from healthy cells to fuel their growth. The finding could lead to treatments for deadly tumors like the one that killed Sen. John McCain.

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Sep 18, 2019

Storm Updates: Imelda Drenches Texas As Humberto Menaces Bermuda
Houston, Galveston and other parts of eastern Texas are warned that isolated rain totals of 20-25 inches are possible through Friday.

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Sep 18, 2019

Pennsylvania State Senator Arrested On Charges Of Possessing Child Porn
Mike Folmer, 63, was arrested at his home on Tuesday. According to court documents, he told police that he "had been dealing with some personal problems."

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Sep 18, 2019

Pennsylvania State Senator Resigns After Arrest On Child Porn Charges
Mike Folmer, 63, was arrested at his home on Tuesday. According to court documents, he told police that he "had been dealing with some personal problems."

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Sep 18, 2019

Bolivia Is Fighting Major Forest Fires Nearly As Large As Brazil's
Firefighters, troops and volunteers have been working for the past two months to put out some of the worst blazes in the country's recent history.

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Sep 18, 2019

Bolivia Is Fighting Major Forest Fires Nearly As Large As In Brazil
Firefighters, troops and volunteers have been working for the past two months to put out some of the worst blazes in the country's recent history.

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Sep 18, 2019

Trump Names Robert O'Brien, Top Hostage Czar, As National Security Adviser
O'Brien has been working in the State Department as the administration's hostage negotiator. He'll replace former Ambassador John Bolton, who parted company with Trump.

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Sep 18, 2019

Democratic Donor Ed Buck Accused Of Running A Drug Den After 3rd Man ODs
For more than two years, activists say, Buck has avoided being charged with a crime because he is white, wealthy and politically connected.

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Sep 18, 2019

Democratic Donor Ed Buck Accused Of Running A Drug Den After A 3rd Man ODs
For more than two years, activists say, Buck has avoided being charged with a crime because he is white, wealthy and politically connected.

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Sep 18, 2019

For Arizona Baseball Fans, A Stadium Bratwurst Meant To 'Blow Their Mind'
This season, baseball stadium chefs have gotten creative with over-the-top hot dogs and brats. At Phoenix's Chase Field, fans can try them topped with everything from tater tots to mac and cheese.

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Sep 18, 2019

It's Not Just Insulin: Diabetes Patients Struggle To Get Crucial Supplies
Type 1 diabetes can be well managed with insulin if blood sugar is consistently monitored. But insurance rules can make it hard for patients to get the medical supplies their doctors say they need.

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Sep 18, 2019

Israeli Election: Exit Polls Are Too Close To Call
National elections were held Tuesday in Israel, and the country's two main political parties are deadlocked. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's fate is in limbo.

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Sep 18, 2019

Elections Do Little To Point The Way Out Of Israel's Political Impasse
The preliminary results show yet another near deadlock between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party and its main centrist rival.

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Sep 18, 2019

Fed Eyes Another Interest Rate Cut To Prop Up The Slowing Economy
The Federal Reserve is widely expected to cut interest rates by a quarter percentage point. That could give a lift to the stock market but may not do much to help the economy amid the trade war.

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Sep 18, 2019

Fed Cuts Interest Rates To Prop Up The Slowing Economy
The quarter-percentage-point cut will lower borrowing costs for households and businesses. That could give a lift to the stock market but may not help the economy much amid the trade war.

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Sep 18, 2019

The Vaping Illness Outbreak: What We Know So Far
Hundreds of people have been hospitalized with severe lung disease linked to vaping. Public health agencies are investigating what's behind the alarming symptoms.

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Sep 18, 2019

White House To Revoke Waiver Allowing California To Set Its Own Emissions Standards
The end of the state's Obama-era waiver is seen by many as the latest move to undo a years-long push to produce more fuel efficient cars.

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Sep 18, 2019

Trump Says California's Ability To Set Its Own Emissions Standards Will Be Revoked
The end of the state's Obama-era waiver is seen by many as the latest move to undo a years-long push to produce more fuel efficient cars.

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Sep 18, 2019

U.S. Abortion Rate Continues Long-Term Decline
The rate fell again in the most recent Guttmacher Institute survey, continuing a decline since 1980.

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Sep 18, 2019

U.S. Abortion Rate Continues Long-Term Decline In Most States
The rate fell again in the most recent Guttmacher Institute survey, continuing a decline since 1980.

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Sep 17, 2019

Free Software Pioneer Quits MIT Over His Comments On Epstein Sex Trafficking Case
"I am doing this due to pressure on MIT and me over a series of misunderstandings and mischaracterizations," Richard Stallman wrote on his blog.

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Sep 17, 2019

China Used Twitter To Disrupt Hong Kong Protests, But Efforts Began Years Earlier
Social media networks banned hundreds of thousands of accounts last month. In NPR's assessment of the data, telling details begin to depict large disinformation campaigns.

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Sep 17, 2019

Gates Foundation's Humanitarian Award To India's Modi Is Sparking Outrage
The Indian prime minister is cited for the millions of toilets his government has built in rural India. Activists say his human rights record should disqualify him.

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Sep 17, 2019

GM Workers Worry That Plant Shutdowns May Not Be Over
GM's decision to close five North American facilities has left some striking workers worrying if theirs may be next. Plants making cars have been hardest hit.

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Sep 17, 2019

Former Trump Campaign Manager Lewandowski Testifies Before House Judiciary Panel
Corey Lewandowski testifies before the House Judiciary Committee as part of its investigation into possible articles of impeachment against the president.

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Sep 17, 2019

Critics Assail 'New York Times' After Publication Of New Kavanaugh Allegations
The New York Times seems unsure of how to handle the controversy sparked by a recent article offering new details on allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

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Sep 17, 2019

'They Will Have To Die Now' Recounts Retaking Of Mosul From The Islamic State
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with journalist James Verini about his book They Will Have To Die Now, a vivid story of the battle to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul from the Islamic State in 2016.

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Sep 17, 2019

At The Texas Border, Tent Courtooms Set Up To Process Aslyum Cases
Big white tent complexes in two Texas border towns are drawing attention. The temporary courtrooms are the Trump administration's latest effort to quickly work through thousands of asylum cases.

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Sep 17, 2019

Remembering Her Dear Friend Cokie Roberts
Former All Things Considered host Linda Wertheimer remembers her friend and fellow "NPR Founding Mother" Cokie Roberts, who has died at age 75 of cancer.

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Sep 17, 2019

Understanding The Latest In Iran-Saudi Tensions
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Iran expert Ali Vaez about the view from Tehran on the recent airstrikes in Saudi Arabia that have left the kingdom's oil production crippled. Iran denies involvement.

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Sep 17, 2019

USDA Changes Rules Overseeing How Pork Is Produced
Under the new rules, private companies will take over some of the work that federal inspectors currently do: inspection of hog slaughterhouses. Critics say it's a move toward privatization.

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Sep 17, 2019

USDA Offers Pork Companies A New Inspection Plan, Despite Opposition
Under new federal rules, pork companies can hire workers to do some tasks currently reserved for federal inspectors in hog slaughterhouses. Critics say it's a move toward privatization.

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Sep 17, 2019

Using AI In Malawi To Save Elephants
Poachers killed almost a third of the African elephant population between 2007 and 2014, a recent census found. Researchers hope artificial intelligence can help stop poachers and other threats, too.

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Sep 17, 2019

Afghan Presidential Rally Targeted In One Of Two Attacks In Afghanistan
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with The Washington Post's Pamela Constable about two blasts in Afghanistan Tuesday, one targeting a rare public appearance of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.

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Sep 17, 2019

Israeli Voters Go To The Polls As Netanyahu Fights To Stay In Office
Israelis vote on Tuesday in the country's second parliamentary election in less than six months. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trying to remain in power.

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Sep 17, 2019

Journalist Cokie Roberts Pursued Her Ambitions With Integrity
Cokie Robert's storied career at National Public Radio and ABC News took her to the heights of her profession. But her values put family and relationships above all else.

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Sep 17, 2019

'The Personification Of Human Decency': Nina Totenberg Remembers Cokie Roberts
Journalist Cokie Roberts died on Tuesday. Fellow NPR "Founding Mother" Nina Totenberg says Roberts was an "always polite political reporter, willing to ask the impolitic question if necessary."

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Sep 17, 2019

Ex-Trump Campaign Boss Corey Lewandowski Spars With House Democrats On 'Obstruction'
Former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski appeared before a House panel to defend Trump over charges of "collusion." Democrats focused on Trump's desire to constrain the Mueller inquiry.

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Sep 17, 2019

Justice Department Sues Edward Snowden, Seeking Profits From His Book
DOJ lawyers want all of Snowden's profits and royalties from Permanent Record, and all of the publisher's assets related to the memoir, to be placed in a special fund benefiting the U.S. government.

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Sep 17, 2019

'Fresh Air' Remembers Cokie Roberts, A Founding Mother Of NPR
Roberts, who died Tuesday, was a congressional correspondent in the early days of NPR, when there were few women reporters on radio or TV. She later joined ABC News. Originally broadcast in 1993.

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Sep 17, 2019

'Second Founding' Examines How Reconstruction Remade The Constitution
Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Eric Foner talks how the 13th, 14th and 15th amendments relate to current debates about voting rights, mass incarceration and reparations for slavery.

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Sep 17, 2019

Saudi Crisis: Iran's Supreme Leader Says 'No Talks' With U.S. During U.N. Visit
With U.S. officials accusing Iran of playing a role in attacking oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei rules out a meeting in New York.

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Sep 17, 2019

Saudi Crisis: Iran's Supreme Leader Says 'No Talks' With U.S. During Visit To U.N.
With U.S. officials accusing Iran of playing a role in attacking oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei rules out a meeting in New York.

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Sep 17, 2019

U.S. Satellites Detected Iran Readying Weapons Ahead Of Saudi Strike, Officials Say
Pentagon officials tell NPR that U.S. intelligence regards the activity as "circumstantial evidence" that Iran launched the strike from its own soil.

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Sep 17, 2019

Gates Foundation Says World Not On Track To Meet Goal Of Ending Poverty By 2030
The foundation has just released its annual report on progress toward the "Sustainable Development Goals." The conclusion: Inequality is rampant. And it's time for some hard choices.

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Sep 17, 2019

American Becomes 1st Person To Swim English Channel Four Times Without Stopping
Sarah Thomas of Colorado plunged into the record books with her 54-hour feat. She finished Tuesday and said she was stung in the face by a jellyfish in the process.

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Sep 17, 2019

In South Korea, Anguish Over Deaths Of North Korean Defectors Who May Have Starved
A mother and her young son were found dead in July, apparently of starvation. The case has refocused attention on the circumstances of defectors, who often struggle to start new lives in the South.

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Sep 17, 2019

Cokie Roberts, Pioneering Journalist Who Helped Shape NPR, Dies at 75
Roberts, who joined the fledgling network in 1978, was a seasoned Washington insider who developed a distinctive voice as a reporter and commentator for both NPR and ABC News.

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Sep 17, 2019

Trump Froze Aid To Guatemala. Now Programs Are Shutting Down
In April, the president put $450 million on hold for Guatemala as well as Honduras and El Salvador over what he described as the failure of their governments to stem the flow of migrants to the U.S.

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Sep 17, 2019

Bombing At Afghan President's Campaign Rally Kills At Least 24
The attack at President Ashraf Ghani's campaign rally came during a rare personal appearance by the president. Due to security concerns, he gives many speeches through his laptop.

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Sep 17, 2019

Bombing At Afghan President's Campaign Rally Kills At Least 26
The attack, for which the Taliban claimed responsibility, occurred as President Ashraf Ghani was making a rare personal appearance. Due to security concerns, he gives many speeches through his laptop.

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Sep 17, 2019

As Israel Holds Election, Netanyahu Urges Supporters To Vote
In the second election in just five months, Israel's longest-serving prime minister is hoping to eke out a governing coalition. Once again, he faces a tough battle with a centrist rival.

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Sep 17, 2019

Israelis Go To Polls As Netanyahu Aims To Hold Power Amid Corruption Scandals
In the second election in just five months, Israel's longest-serving prime minister is hoping to eke out a governing coalition. Once again, he faces a tough battle with a centrist rival.

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Sep 17, 2019

Meet The Nuclear-Powered Self-Driving Drone NASA Is Sending To A Moon Of Saturn
Almost everyone who learns about the project thinks it sounds "crazy," admits one scientist. But the technology should work.

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Sep 17, 2019

As Texas Cracks Down On Abortion, Austin Votes To Help Women Defray Costs
The Austin City Council is defying Texas state legislators, setting aside $150,000 in city funds to help local women who seek abortions pay for attendant costs, such as transportation or child care.

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Sep 17, 2019

As Amish Leave Farming For Other Work Some Leave Their Homestead
The Amish country of Lancaster, Pa., is changing as only about a third of the fast-growing religious group still farm. Most Amish heads of household work in businesses and construction these days.

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Sep 17, 2019

As Amish Leave Farming For Other Work, Some Leave Their Homestead
The Amish country of Lancaster, Pa., is changing as only about a third of the fast-growing religious group still farm. Most Amish heads of household work in businesses and construction these days.

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Sep 17, 2019

Do Cash Rewards For Crime Tips Work?
Offering rewards to catch criminals may, in rare instances, motivate people to come forward with a tip. However, few people actually claim rewards and there's little evidence that they actually work.

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Sep 17, 2019

Trump Goes 'Behind Enemy Lines' To Raise Money In SF Bay Area
The president will be attending private fundraisers near Silicon Valley and Beverly Hills. It is his first visit to the San Francisco Bay Area since his election, when he lost California by 30 points.

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Sep 16, 2019

Comedian Shane Gillis Fired From 'Saturday Night Live' For Racist Remarks
The comedian's rising star has dimmed in a controversy over a series of derogatory statements he made on his podcast. SNL said the show had no idea. He said, "I was always a Mad TV guy anyway."

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Sep 16, 2019

Outside Experts See Iran's Hand In Attack On Saudi Oil Facility
Independent analysts say the evidence available suggests Iran played a role in the weekend attack. The question is how big that role might be.

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Sep 16, 2019

Penn. AG: How Proposed Settlement With Purdue Pharma Falls Short
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro about a proposed settlement with Purdue Pharma that he says fails to hold it accountable for its role in the opioid crisis.

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Sep 16, 2019

MoviePass Shuts Down
The movie ticket subscription service startup was popular with subscribers. It may have ultimately failed as a business, but some say it succeeded in disrupting the movie theater business model.

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Sep 16, 2019

General Motors Workers Begin Nationwide Strike
Nearly 50,000 General Motors workers are on strike. They're protesting contract issues such as wages, health care and other benefits at a time when their union is under investigation for corruption.

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Sep 16, 2019

Saudi Arabia May Rethink IPO For State-Owned Oil Company After Attacks
Saudi Arabia had been planning to sell off a slice of its state-owned oil company, Saudi Aramco, in a massive IPO. But last weekend's aerial attacks on Saudi oil facilities may scare off investors.

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Sep 16, 2019

The Legacy Of Robert Mugabe
Zimbabwe remembers Robert Mugabe, its liberator and longtime tyrant, and looks ahead at more troubled times.

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Sep 16, 2019

UAW Workers On Strike At General Motors
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Brian Rothenberg, spokesperson for United Auto Workers. The union is leading a strike of over 49,000 workers against General Motors.

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Sep 16, 2019

Sophistication Of Saudi Airstrike Points To Iranian Involvement
An attack over the weekend crippled a major Saudi Arabian oil facility. Evidence suggests the strike may have involved both missiles and drones and means Iran probably played a role.

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Sep 16, 2019

World Oil Prices Spike After Saudi Facilities Attacked
Oil prices jumped on Monday in response to a weekend strikes in Saudi Arabia that crippled more than half the country's oil production. It was the single-largest daily surge in crude prices in years.

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Sep 16, 2019

Lawsuits Highlight Government Failures In Opioid Crisis
As the cases proceed, critics say blame for the addiction crisis should be shared by government officials, who saw that opioid sales were skyrocketing years ago but failed to raise the alarm.

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Sep 16, 2019

Boeing Report To Include Overhaul Of Safety Procedures
Boeing's board of directors will soon receive recommendations aimed at making the company's planes safer. This comes after two 737 MAX jets crashed, killing all passengers and crew.

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Sep 16, 2019

New Calls To Impeach Justice Kavanaugh: How It Would Work And Why It Likely Won't
Democratic presidential candidates are raising ousting the controversial justice over a new allegation of sexual misconduct in a New York Times essay.

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Sep 16, 2019

Reporters Dig Into Justice Kavanaugh's Past, Allegations Of Misconduct Against Him
A new book by The New York Times' Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly extends the investigation into the SCOTUS justice's history, chases down sexual misconduct allegations, and considers his years since.

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Sep 16, 2019

Netanyahu Fights To Hang On In Another Israeli Election. Here's What To Know
Tuesday is the second time Israelis go to the polls in less than six months. The results may be just as inconclusive.

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Sep 16, 2019

Vineyards Facing An Insect Invasion May Turn To Aliens For Help
A stowaway from China, the spotted lanternfly, is eating its way across Pennsylvania, killing trees and grapevines. Scientists are considering importing the bug's natural enemies from back home.

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Sep 16, 2019

Jack White And Brendan Benson On The Raconteurs' Return
Help Us Stranger marks the first Raconteurs album recorded at White's studio in Nashville and the first since Benson got sober.

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Sep 16, 2019

'Tip Of The Iceberg' — 1 In 16 Women Report First Sexual Experience As Rape
The average age of those who were raped was around 15, and their assailants were typically older partners. Women who were raped had a greater likelihood of long-term health problems.

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Sep 16, 2019

'Tip Of The Iceberg' — 1 In 16 Women Reports First Sexual Experience As Rape
The average age of those who were raped was around 15, and their assailants were typically older partners. Women who were raped had a greater likelihood of long-term health problems.

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Sep 16, 2019

In 'Wildhood,' Scientists See Similarities In Adolescent Humans And Other Animals
Understanding the lives of animals can illuminate our own, and those of loved adolescents too. But authors Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and Kathryn Bowers at times push cross-species links too far.

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Sep 16, 2019

Taliban Lift Ban On Red Cross, Pledge To Protect Aid Workers In Afghanistan
"We welcome the acknowledgment of our humanitarian principles and renewal of security guarantees," says the Red Cross leader in Afghanistan.

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Sep 16, 2019

Taliban Lifts Ban On Red Cross, Pledges To Protect Aid Workers In Afghanistan
"We welcome the acknowledgment of our humanitarian principles and renewal of security guarantees," says the Red Cross leader in Afghanistan.

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Sep 16, 2019

A Surprise Vote, Thrown Phone And Partisan 'Mistrust' Roil N.C. As Maps Are Redrawn
Lawmakers in the North Carolina legislature face a Wednesday deadline to submit new voting district lines to a state court. The previous lines were found to be unconstitutionally gerrymandered.

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Sep 16, 2019

A Daily Baby Aspirin Could Help Many Pregnancies And Save Lives
Pregnant women at high or even moderate risk of developing the life-threatening condition preeclampsia should consider taking a very small dose of aspirin daily to prevent it, doctors say.

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Sep 16, 2019

NPR Shopping Cart Economics: How Prices Changed At A Walmart In 1 Year
NPR is tracking about 80 items sold at a Walmart in Georgia, since mid-2018 with an eye toward products caught in the trade war. On average, their prices increased 3%. Tariffs are one of many factors.

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Sep 16, 2019

Most Isolated Tribe In Continental U.S. Gets Broadband
The Havasupai Tribe's reservation, located at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, is finally getting broadband access. Tribal members say it will improve education, health care and economic development.

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Sep 16, 2019

Oil Prices Jump Following Drone Attack On Saudi Oil Facilities
It's the largest one-day surge in crude prices in years. Yemen's Iranian-backed Houthi rebels claimed responsibility for the strikes, but the U.S. says Iran played a key role. Iran denies involvement.

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Sep 16, 2019

Oil Prices Jump Following Drone Attack On Saudi Oil Facility
The price surge comes after weekend strikes on the kingdom's Abqaiq oil processing plant and Khurais oil field. Yemen's Houthi rebels claimed responsibility, but the U.S. says Iran played a key role.

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Sep 16, 2019

Attack On Saudi Oil Facilities Makes Oil Prices Spike
It's the largest one-day surge in crude prices in years. Yemen's Iranian-backed Houthi rebels claimed responsibility for the strikes, but the U.S. says Iran played a key role. Iran denies involvement.

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Sep 16, 2019

Drone Attack On Saudi Oil Facilities Makes Oil Prices Spike
It's the largest one-day surge in crude prices in years. Yemen's Iranian-backed Houthi rebels claimed responsibility for the strikes, but the U.S. says Iran played a key role. Iran denies involvement.

NPR Headline News
Sep 16, 2019

Purdue Pharma, Accused Of Fueling Opioid Crisis, Files For Chapter 11
The bankruptcy follows the Sackler family, which owns Purdue, agreeing to surrender control of the company and offering $3 billion in cash to opioid-hit communities.

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Sep 16, 2019

New York Set To Join Michigan In Banning E-Cigarettes
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the state will issue an emergency regulation banning certain flavored products. The move comes amid advances toward a similar federal ban.

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Sep 16, 2019

New York Set To Join Michigan In Banning Some E-Cigarettes
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the state will issue an emergency regulation banning certain flavored products. The move comes amid advances toward a similar federal ban.

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Sep 16, 2019

New York Set To Join Michigan In Banning Some Electronic Cigarettes
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the state will issue an emergency regulation banning certain flavored products. The move comes amid advances toward a similar federal ban.

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Sep 15, 2019

Ric Ocasek, Frontman Of The Cars, Has Died
The lead singer of The Cars — the offbeat Boston rock band that became a mainstay of radio in the 1980s — died Sunday afternoon in Manhattan.

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