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Sep 18, 2018

Tesla Is Under Investigation By The Justice Department
Tesla says it handed over documents after CEO Elon Musk announced he would take Tesla private. Investigators might scrutinize the company's accounting practices and whether investors were misled.

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Sep 18, 2018

Trump Administration Eases Regulation Of Methane Leaks On Public Lands
The proposal to reduce limits on methane emissions from oil and gas operations on public land is the latest move to roll back Obama-era climate regulations.

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Sep 18, 2018

Former Writer Saw Bert And Ernie As 'Loving Couple,' Sesame Workshop Disagrees
Mark Saltzman revived a longtime debate saying, yes, the beloved puppet pair were gay. Their producers and creators were quick to deny the claim.

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Sep 18, 2018

How To Help Those Affected By Hurricane Florence
In the aftermath of Florence, officials are encouraging people to volunteer and donate. Here's a guide on how to do that.

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Sep 18, 2018

Facebook Allowed Employers To Exclude Women From Job Ads, ACLU Says
The complaint, filed Tuesday, says 10 businesses prevented women from receiving employment opportunities on the website. It also accused Facebook of excluding women in its own company.

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Sep 18, 2018

New Limit On Refugees Allowed Into The U.S. Is The Lowest Since 1980
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Mark Hetfield, president of HIAS, a nonprofit that resettles refugees, about the new cap on U.S. refugees, proposed by the Trump administration.

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Sep 18, 2018

Why The Way Hurricanes Are Classified Can Be Deceptive
Meteorologists have been using a nearly 50-year-old scale to measure the wind speed and storm surge of a hurricane. But it's not a good measure for rain, which can often become the most dangerous aspect of a storm.

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Sep 18, 2018

President Trump Says He Stands By Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh
President Trump strongly defended his Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, and said he feels terribly for him. Kavanaugh is accused of sexual assault when he was a teenager.

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Sep 18, 2018

Boeing Calls Back Retired Workers To Help Keep Up With Supply Chain
Unfinished 737s are stacking up on the tarmac outside of a Boeing plant near Seattle as the supply chain struggles to keep up with demand. The company is calling back retired workers to help finish putting the planes together.

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Sep 18, 2018

As Recovery Continues In The Carolinas, Flood Waters Test Resilience
N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper says the state is confronting catastrophic flooding caused by Hurricane Florence. The recovery will involve difficult questions about living with the hazards of water.

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Sep 18, 2018

As Recovery Continues In The Carolinas, Officials Look Ahead To Prevent The Next Disaster
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper says the state is confronting an epic disaster with the catastrophic flooding caused by Hurricane Florence. The recovery will involve difficult questions about living with the hazards of water.

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Sep 18, 2018

How A Trade War Between The U.S. And China Could Impact Consumers
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with David French of the National Retail Federation, about how the Trump administration's latest round of tariffs will affect consumers and the prices they pay.

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Sep 18, 2018

Floodwaters Rise In Carolinas, Taking Lives And Prompting Environmental Concerns
The storm is blamed for 34 deaths in three states. More than 10,000 people in North Carolina are living in shelters, and thousands of people have been rescued from their homes.

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Sep 18, 2018

Man Mocked For Shaving On Train Says He Was Leaving Homeless Shelter
The public grooming caught on tape made Anthony Torres the butt of jokes. Now he tells The Associated Press he had just gotten out of a shelter and didn't want family to see him looking unkempt.

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Sep 18, 2018

Justice, Spy World Veterans Warn Of Consequences If Trump Releases Secret Docs
The president wants to release Russia investigation materials out of transparency, he says. But national security pros say he's imperiling sensitive information and hurting DoJ in the long run.

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Sep 18, 2018

Florence Engulfs Hog Farms And Chicken Houses, Thrashing North Carolina Agriculture
At least 1.7 million chickens have died from flooding in the state. The impact is now coming into focus — including overflowing pools of hog manure and waterlogged sweet potato fields.

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Sep 18, 2018

Rice University Says Middle-Class And Low-Income Students Won't Have To Pay Tuition
Full scholarships are earmarked for all students whose families have income between $65,000 and $130,000. Below that income level, grants will bolster the aid package even further.

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Sep 18, 2018

Rice University Says Middle-Class Students Won't Have To Pay Tuition
The full scholarships are earmarked for students whose families have income between $65,000 and $130,000. Below that level, grants will bolster the aid package.

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Sep 18, 2018

Doctors Should Send Obese Patients To Diet Counseling, Panel Says. But Many Don't
Behavior-based weight-loss programs that focus on diet and exercise can work for obese patients, a national panel of experts says. But many doctors aren't having the necessary conversations.

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Sep 18, 2018

In North Carolina, Some Communities Face New Post-Hurricane Florence Dangers
It has been days since Hurricane Florence struck the Carolinas. But in some parts of the state, the worst may be yet to come. The Cape Fear River, which borders Fayetteville, could crest to 62 feet.

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Sep 18, 2018

Georgia Will Use Electronic Voting Machines This Fall As Paper Ballot Case Falters
A judge said such a paper ballot rollout would "seriously test" the capacity of election workers, and "swamp the polls with work and voters," leading to "disaffection and frustration."

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Sep 18, 2018

China Sets Tariffs On $60 Billion In U.S. Goods, Retaliating Against U.S. Duties
Hours after President Trump announced tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods, Beijing responded with its own levies on $60 billion worth of U.S. products.

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Sep 18, 2018

'These Truths' Looks At America Through The Promises Of Its Beginning
By engaging with our country's past — and present — in an intellectually honest way, Jill Lepore has created a book that truly does encapsulate the American story in all its pain and triumph.

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Sep 18, 2018

Ohio Community Creates Christmas For Child With Brain Cancer
Just weeks ago, Brody Allen, 2, was diagnosed with brain cancer and given two months to live. His family is rallying their Cincinnati suburb to celebrate his favorite holiday, Christmas, early.

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Sep 18, 2018

Hit Hard By Florence, Areas Of The South Struggle To Get Supplies
People in and around the Carolinas are hurting in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. The storm left more than 30 people dead and hundreds of thousands of people without electricity and shelter.

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Sep 18, 2018

Post Florence: Vast Flooding Threatens Residents In Fayetteville
In some parts of North Carolina, the worst is yet to come. The Cape Fear River, which borders Fayetteville, is expected to crest to a record 62 feet. Rachel Martin talks to Mayor Mitch Colvin.

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Sep 18, 2018

Despite Dangers, Intimidation, Guatemalans Still Seek A Better Life In U.S.
The Trump administration's immigration policies are designed to convince migrants to not cross the border illegally. But poverty and lack of opportunities in Guatemala continue to push people north.

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Sep 18, 2018

Post-Florence: Vast Flooding Threatens Residents In Fayetteville
In some parts of North Carolina, the worst is yet to come. The Cape Fear River, which borders Fayetteville, is expected to crest to a record 62 feet. Rachel Martin talks to Mayor Mitch Colvin.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 18, 2018

Battle For The Senate: Candidates In Key Races Respond To Kavanaugh Allegations
NPR reached out to candidates in the major 2018 Senate races, including Democrats facing pressure to support Brett Kavanaugh and GOP candidates raising doubts over timing of the sexual assault claim.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 17, 2018

DOJ Didn't Want To Request Census Question During FBI's 'Comey Matter'
The Trump administration has said the Justice Department needs a citizenship question on the 2020 census. But a newly unredacted memo shows DOJ staff initially "did not want to raise the question."

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Sep 17, 2018

U.S. To Limit The Number Of Refugees Allowed Entry To 30,000
As the Trump administration slashes the number of refugees it will accept, global humanitarian groups say the U.S. could do more to save lives.

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Sep 17, 2018

Los Angeles Opens First Of 15 New Shelters To Help Homeless Community
Los Angeles has set up a homeless shelter in an area where a lot of people are living on the streets. The goal is to help people transition to full-time housing. But nearby businesses are skeptical.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 17, 2018

What Illinois Has Learned About Election Security Since 2016
After Russian hackers successfully gained access to voting systems in Illinois in 2016, the state has spent the last two years hardening its cyber-defenses.

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Sep 17, 2018

Sen. Mazie Hirono Weighs In On Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct Against Brett Kavanaugh
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Sen. Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii, about the most recent developments in the confirmation process of Judge Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court.

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Sep 17, 2018

Days After Hurricane Florence Made Landfall, Flooding Remains A Large Threat In N.C.
Residents of Fayetteville, N.C., are expecting more flooding throughout Monday. Hundreds of structures are at risk.

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Sep 17, 2018

Flooding From Hurricane Florence Also Poses Environmental Risks
Flood waters breached a pit of coal ash at a power plant in Wilmington, N.C., spilling heavy metals into a nearby lake. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Frank Holleman at the Southern Environmental Law Center about the risks of coal ash water contamination.

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Sep 17, 2018

Residents Allowed To Return To Their Homes After Gas Explosions North Of Boston
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Mayor Dan Rivera of Lawrence, Mass., about a series of natural gas explosions on Thursday that burned homes and resulted in one death.

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Sep 17, 2018

Senate Could Hear From Woman With Allegations Of Sexual Assault Against Kavanaugh
After a woman went public with allegations that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were in high school some Senators want to delay the vote on his nomination.

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Sep 17, 2018

Supreme Court Ruling Means Thousands Of Deportation Cases May Be Tossed Out
A recent high court ruling that didn't get much attention at the time could mean that tens of thousands of deportation cases are delayed, or tossed out altogether.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 17, 2018

After Mysterious Closure, Solar Observatory In New Mexico Reopens
A telescope in Sunspot, N.M., will have additional security for now, after "an unusual number of visitors" showed up at the site. Conspiracy theories had proliferated about its sudden closing.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 17, 2018

Who Is Christine Blasey Ford, The Woman Accusing Brett Kavanaugh Of Sexual Assault?
Ford, who revealed her identity in The Washington Post on Sunday, accused the Supreme Court nominee of sexually assaulting her in the early 1980s. Here's what we know about her.

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Sep 17, 2018

Air Force Seeks Huge Increase In Planes, Personnel
Air Force officials say the service simply lacks the resources it needs to face all the jobs it is called upon to perform. The Air Force is proposing a 25 percent increase in the number of squadrons.

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Sep 17, 2018

Florence Death Toll Rises To 23 As Rivers Continue To Flood In N.C. And S.C.
A toddler's body was recovered on Monday, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said. Parts of I-95 and I-40 are closed; President Trump has issued disaster declarations for both North and South Carolina.

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Sep 17, 2018

'Travel Not Advised' In Large Swath Of North Carolina As Rivers Continue To Flood
About 1,100 of the state's roads are closed on Monday, including parts of I-95 and I-40. President Trump has issued disaster declarations for both North and South Carolina.

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Sep 17, 2018

Florence Death Toll Rises To 32 As Rivers Continue To Flood In N.C. And S.C.
A toddler's body was recovered on Monday, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said. Moody's Analytics estimates the cost of now-Post-Tropical Cyclone Florence's damage at $17 billion to $22 billion.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 17, 2018

Kavanaugh Again Denies Sexual Assault Allegation
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh reportedly visited the White House Monday and has issued another strong denial of a sexual assault allegation. Democrats call for a delay on the nomination vote.

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Sep 17, 2018

'Accessory To War' An Uncomfortable Wake-Up Call For Some
An "unspoken alliance" between scientists and the military had been brewing for millennia prior to Hiroshima. Neil deGrasse Tyson and Avis Lang excel at detailing this union and its possible future.

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Sep 17, 2018

Oregon Launches First Statewide Refillable Bottle System In U.S.
The new beer bottles can be refilled up to 40 times and are designed to be easily separated from the rest of the glass in the deposit system, ensuring that they get refilled instead of recycled.

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Sep 17, 2018

Historic N.C. Town Deals With Flooding After Florence Blows Through
Residents in New Bern, North Carolina, are beginning damage assessments and cleanup after the effects of Hurricane Florence. The town was one of the hardest hit by the storm.

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Sep 17, 2018

'I Lost Literally Everything': Historic Town Cleans Up After Catastrophic Flooding
William Donelson came back to New Bern, N.C. to find his one-story brick apartment condemned. The town got a nearly 10-foot storm surge from Hurricane Florence.

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Sep 17, 2018

Border Patrol Agent Is Arrested In Connection With 4 Murders
Authorities in Texas say a U.S. Border Patrol agent fatally shot four female sex workers in the head. Juan David Ortiz, 35, of Laredo is being held on four murder counts and other charges.

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Sep 17, 2018

Extreme Flooding Cuts Off Wilmington From The Rest Of North Carolina
Wilmington bore the brunt of Florence over the weekend and is now dealing with massive flooding. Wilmington Deputy Fire Chief Jon Mason tells NPR's Steve Inskeep about rescue efforts.

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Sep 17, 2018

Florence Forces Thousands Of North Carolinians Into Shelters
Thousands have been displaced by the effects of Hurricane Florence. They have taken shelter in facilities around the state. Schools, armories and community centers are now lined with cots.

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Sep 17, 2018

In North Carolina, Florence Fatigue Sets In
Many residents of North Carolina have gone from waiting for the storm to strike, to waiting for the rains to pass — and now, to bracing for more catastrophic floods.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 17, 2018

News Brief: Brett Kavanaugh, Hurricane Florence And Typhoon Mangkhut
A vote on Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination may be delayed after a woman said he attempted to sexually assault her decades ago. Florence is downgraded and a typhoon threatens parts of Asia.

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Sep 17, 2018

Border Patrol Supervisor Arrested In Texas, Held In 'Serial Killing Spree'
Juan David Ortiz, 35, is being held in Laredo after a would-be victim escaped from him and alerted police. Ortiz is thought to have killed four women over a two-week period.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 17, 2018

As Injuries Continue, Doctors Renew Call For Ban On Infant Walkers
Despite improved safety standards over the years, more than 230,000 children under 15 months old were treated in hospital emergency rooms for injuries related to infant walkers from 1990 through 2014.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 16, 2018

With "Angry Waters" Rising, Officials Warn Of Risk To Life From Florence
Florence was downgraded to a tropical depression on Sunday, but officials say the storm has never been more dangerous for residents than it is right now. At least 14 have already died.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 16, 2018

With 'Angry Waters' Rising, Officials Warn Of Risk To Life From Florence
Florence was downgraded to a tropical depression on Sunday, but officials say the storm has never been more dangerous for residents than it is right now. At least 14 have already died.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 16, 2018

Trump Administration Revokes Visas For Palestinian Envoy
A Palestinian official is condemning the U.S. decision to revoke the visas of the family of a Palestinian envoy to the U.S.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 16, 2018

FEMA Head Under Scrutiny In Middle Of Hurricane Season
As FEMA responds to Florence, Administrator Brock Long allegedly faces an internal investigation. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Washington Post reporter William Wan about the investigation.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 16, 2018

Botham Jean And Police Accountability
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with criminologist and former attorney Philip Stinson about police accountability in the wake of Botham Jean's killing in his Dallas home by an off-duty officer.

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Sep 16, 2018

Giant 'Pac-Man' Launched To Gobble Garbage Patch
Last Saturday, the nonprofit Ocean Cleanup dispatched a device to help clean up litter in the Pacific Ocean. NPR's Michel Martin talks with Boyan Slat, the young CEO who came up with the idea.

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Sep 16, 2018

Tropical Storm Florence: Crumbling Levee Threatens North Carolina Homes
As tropical storm Florence lumbers west through the Carolinas, river towns face more heavy rain and rising waters. In Lumberton, N.C., officials say a deteriorating levee threatens hundreds of homes.

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Sep 16, 2018

South Carolina Town Braces For Florence
In the town of Florence, S.C., residents have been spared the worst of the flooding since Florence made landfall. But at church on Sunday, residents were on edge as flash flood warnings continued.

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Sep 16, 2018

She Thought Her Family Was Middle Class, Not Broke In The Richest Country On Earth
In Heartland, author Sarah Smarsh explores what working class looks like in the United States while reflecting upon her own life experiences growing up in the Midwest.

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Sep 16, 2018

The White House Response To Florence
We preview the week ahead in politics — including possible new U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods and a committee vote on Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

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Sep 16, 2018

Why A High Schooler Started Covering The Supreme Court
Anna Salvatore is a 16-year-old from New Jersey who has started a popular blog for high school students about the U.S. Supreme Court. She talks with NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 16, 2018

Florence Update From Wilmington
Heavy rains from Florence are causing flash flooding and road closures in North Carolina.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 16, 2018

North Carolina Firefighter On Responding To Storm
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Matthew Van Nortwick, a senior firefighter for the city of Washington, N.C., about rescue operations in the area.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 16, 2018

North Carolina Mayor On Florence Response
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Mayor Mitch Colvin of Fayetteville, N.C. about the storm's impact on the city.

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Sep 16, 2018

New Hurdle For Those Seeking U.S. Green Cards And Visas
The Trump administration has instituted a policy in which visa applicants to the U.S. are given less leeway in the application process. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with lawyer Pierre Bonnefil.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 16, 2018

Adam Rippon On His Post-Olympic Life
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Olympic bronze medalist Adam Rippon about being a role model in the LGBTQ community.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 16, 2018

Florence Deluge Continues In North Carolina
The rains from Florence are showing little signs of slowing. And that has officials in North Carolina very concerned about flooding, mudslides and more deaths.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 16, 2018

Education Department Wades Into Rutgers Case Involving Critics Of Israel
The Education Department has adopted a definition of anti-Semitism that will allow it to go after anti-Israel student groups. The Wall Street Journal's Michelle Hackman talks with Lulu Garcia-Navarro.

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Sep 16, 2018

Photojournalists Are Demanding A #MeToo Reckoning
Vox photo editor Kainaz Amaria talks about the unaddressed culture of sexual harassment in the photojournalism industry — a rampant issue she says stems from a glaring gender imbalance.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 15, 2018

Tropical Storm Florence: FEMA Challenges
As Florence continues to blow through the Carolinas, NPR's Michel Martin speaks with James Joseph, a regional administrator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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Sep 15, 2018

Spike In Synthetic Marijuana Overdoses In Washington, D.C.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Washington, D.C., Fire and EMS Chief Gregory Dean about a recent spate of overdoses involving a synthetic drug known as K2.

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Sep 15, 2018

10 Years After The Financial Crisis: Early Warning Signs
On the 10th anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers, NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Sheila Bair, the former FDIC chair who sounded an early warning about the financial crisis.

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Sep 15, 2018

10 Years After The Financial Crisis: St. Louis Autoworkers
Ten years after the Great Recession, we look back at autoworkers in the St. Louis area and talk about how it altered their lives and changed their futures.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 15, 2018

Manafort's Guilty Plea
NPR's Michel Martin gets an assessment of President Trump's former campaign chair Paul Manafort's guilty plea from former federal prosecutor Seth Waxman.

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Sep 15, 2018

Hurricane Florence: North Carolina Evacuations
Mandatory evacuations were issued for Fayetteville, N.C., earlier Saturday as a result of Tropical Storm Florence. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with city's Mayor Mitch Colvin about the situation.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 15, 2018

Hurricane Florence: North Carolina Floods
Florence is still dumping rain on North Carolina, more than a day after it made landfall as a hurricane. Some areas near Wilmington are already seeing flooding.

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Sep 15, 2018

In Hurricane Florence Aftermath, The Luxury Of A Hot Meal
New Bern, N.C., is dealing with flooding and clean-up from Hurricane Florence. Many homes and businesses have no power, but one business is open: a favorite local restaurant, and people are flocking in.

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Sep 15, 2018

Swimmer Dead After Shark Attack On Cape Cod
A man in his mid-20s was bitten 300 feet off the shoreline of Wellfleet, Massachusetts on Saturday. He was transported to a nearby hospital, where he died from his injuries.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 15, 2018

Losing Speed, Tropical Storm Florence Will Continue Slowly Through The Carolinas
Life-threatening rains and flash floods will continue into early next week, the National Weather Service says.

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Sep 15, 2018

At Least 12 Dead As Tropical Storm Florence Moves Through The Carolinas
Life-threatening rains and flash floods will continue into next week, the National Weather Service says. At least 12 people have died in the storm and its aftermath. That number's expected to rise.

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Sep 15, 2018

At Least 12 Dead In Carolinas And 'The Worst Flooding Is Yet To Come' In Some Areas
Life-threatening rains and flash floods will continue, the National Weather Service says. At least 12 people have died in the storm and its aftermath. That number's expected to rise.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 15, 2018

Barney Frank On The Financial Crisis, 10 Years Later
NPR's Scott Simon marks the 10th anniversary of the failure of Lehman Brothers with former Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., who helped craft post-crisis rules.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 15, 2018

Cajun Navy Volunteer Rescuer On Responding To Storm
NPR's Scott Simon asks Todd Terrell of the volunteer rescue group the Cajun Navy about his group's response to Tropical Storm Florence.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 15, 2018

CBS And #MeToo
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with The Hollywood Reporter's Kim Masters about CBS and the latest updates on ongoing sexual misconduct and bullying allegations there.

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Sep 15, 2018

A New Wildlife Refuge On The Grounds Around An Old Nuclear Weapons Plant
Land around the shuttered weapons production facility in Colorado known as Rocky Flats is slated to reopen today as a wildlife refuge. But some are questioning whether it's too soon to be safe.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 15, 2018

'Dear America,' Writes A Pulitzer-Winning Journalist — And Undocumented Immigrant
Jose Antonio Vargas' new book is a memoir about living in the U.S. as an "undocumented citizen" — a secret he himself didn't discover until he was 16.

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Sep 15, 2018

Lincoln Towing, Bane Of Many Chicago Drivers, Loses License
Chicago's Lincoln Towing Service is so notorious for wrongly towing away cars that it's been immortalized in song. This week, the Illinois Commerce Commission revoked Lincoln's license.

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Sep 15, 2018

Mayor Of Beaufort, N.C. On Storm Damage
NPR's Scott Simon asks Beaufort, N.C., mayor Everette "Rett" Newton about the effects Tropical Storm Florence had on his city.

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Sep 15, 2018

New Bern Resident On Leaving Her Home
NPR's Scott Simon speaks to Danielle Cayton of New Bern, N.C., about the effect Tropical Storm Florence has had on her and her loved ones.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 15, 2018

North Carolina Rep. David Rouzer On The Impact Of Florence
NPR's Scott Simon asks Rep. David Rouzer, R-N.C., about the effects of Hurricane Florence on the area he represents, including Wilmington.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 15, 2018

Paul Manafort Pleads Guilty
Paul Manafort, Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, has turned state's evidence.

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Sep 15, 2018

The View From New Bern, N.C.
Tropical Storm Florence continues to dump rain on the Carolinas. Five people have died.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 15, 2018

Update On Explosions In Massachusetts
Days after gas explosions caused fires in 70 homes across three Massachusetts towns, many residents remain in shelters.

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