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Dec 10, 2018

Californians Face Tax Deadlines After Devastating Fires
Property taxes are due in California Monday. In Butte County, people who lost their homes to fire are rushing to defer taxes and get their property reassessed. The towns have lost millions in property tax revenue.

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Dec 10, 2018

Voting Rights Activist Rosanell Eaton Dies At 97
Rosanell Eaton led a lawsuit that repealed voting restrictions on African-Americans in North Carolina. She died Saturday at 97. NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Rev. William Barber about her legacy.

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Dec 10, 2018

Where William Barr, Trump's Pick To Be Next Attorney General, Stands On Immigration
William Barr, President Trump's pick to be the next attorney general, has earned a reputation as a law-and-order conservative, especially on immigration.

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Dec 10, 2018

Education Department Plans To Fix Flawed Federal Grant Program
An NPR exclusive: The Education Department has announced a plan to help public school teachers wrongly hit with debts, sometimes more than $20,000, because of a troubled federal grant program.

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Dec 10, 2018

Research Gaps Leave Doctors Guessing About Treatments For Pregnant Women
To protect a developing fetus from experimental drugs or treatments that might cause birth defects, pregnant women aren't included in many clinical trials. But that limits the safety evidence, too.

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Dec 10, 2018

Winter Storm Wallops Parts Of Southeastern U.S.
The National Weather Service warned of continued hazards as wintry conditions linger, particularly in Virginia and the Carolinas.

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Dec 10, 2018

As Climate Changes, Is Eating Raw Oysters Getting Riskier?
Tighter regulations on oyster harvesting have helped reduce the number of people affected by the deadly bacteria Vibrio vulnificus, but warming waters have allowed the bacteria to expand and thrive.

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Dec 10, 2018

Powerful Snow Storm Makes Travel Treacherous In North Carolina
A major snow storm has been hammering parts of the South, including North Carolina, where the governor declared a state of emergency. The National Guard is assisting stranded drivers.

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Dec 10, 2018

Powerful Snowstorm Makes Travel Treacherous In North Carolina
A major storm has been hammering parts of the South, including North Carolina, where the governor declared a state of emergency. The National Guard is assisting stranded drivers.

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Dec 10, 2018

Officials Assess Response To Camp Fire In Northern California
Many residents of Paradise say they didn't receive warnings about the fire, and once they fled, they faced traffic gridlock. A month later, officials reflect on emergency responses.

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Dec 10, 2018

Boundlessly Idealistic, Universal Declaration Of Human Rights Is Still Resisted
Seventy years ago, the global community nearly unanimously approved a list of fundamental human rights. But many of those rights remain unachieved today.

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Dec 10, 2018

'We're Fighting For Our Lives' — Patients Protest Sky-High Insulin Prices
The price of insulin keeps going up. For people with Type 1 diabetes, high prices can be a life and death issue. Now a grassroots movement is pushing for change.

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Dec 10, 2018

'We're Fighting For Our Lives': Patients Protest Sky-High Insulin Prices
The price of insulin keeps going up. For people with Type 1 diabetes, high prices can be a life and death issue. Now a grassroots movement is pushing for change.

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Dec 10, 2018

Exercise Wins: Fit Seniors Can Have Hearts That Look 30 Years Younger
Why develop an exercise habit now? Because 75-year-olds who've been doing it for decades may have the cardiovascular systems of people in their 40s and the muscles of 20-somethings, researchers found.

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Dec 10, 2018

How 1 Company Pulls Carbon From The Air, Aiming To Avert A Climate Catastrophe
A U.N. climate report says the only way to avoid the worst climate impacts will be to suck carbon emissions out of the air. Researchers are trying to find a feasible way to do that.

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Dec 10, 2018

How One Company Pulls Carbon From The Air, Aiming To Avert A Climate Catastrophe
A U.N. climate report says the only way to avoid the worst climate impacts will be to suck carbon emissions out of the air. Researchers are trying to find a feasible way to do that.

NPR U.S. News
Dec 09, 2018

A Former Plantation Begins To Tell A Fuller Story Of Slavery In America
At a plantation once owned by James Monroe, America's fifth president, descendants of slaves owned by Monroe have become part of the story for the first time in 225 years.

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Dec 09, 2018

She Lives In Mexico. Her High School Is Across The Border.
President Trump's talk about closing the U.S. border would severely disrupt lives, including that of 17-year old Guadalupe, who crosses every day from Mexico to attend high school in San Diego.

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Dec 09, 2018

Not Time To 'See The Winter Wonderland': N.C. Governor Says To Stay Off Roads
Up to a foot of snow is expected to fall across the southern Appalachians and nearby foothills in western North Carolina and southwestern Virginia. The heaviest snow is expected on Sunday night.

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Dec 09, 2018

New Wisconsin Bill Undercuts Incoming Governor's Power
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Wisconsin State Representatives Jim Steineke and Amanda Stuck about the recent bills passed by the state legislature to limit the powers of the incoming governor.

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Dec 09, 2018

How A Shorter Sea Ice Season Is Changing Life In The Arctic
Climate change is so dramatic in northern Alaska that the effects on hunting and erosion are very real to people who've lived their whole lives there.

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Dec 09, 2018

How 2 New York Women Erased $1.5 Million In Medical Debt For Hundreds Of Strangers
Judith Jones and Carolyn Kenyon discuss their fundraising efforts that resulted in $1.5 million medical bill debt forgiveness for New York strangers.

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Dec 09, 2018

Fire-Resistant Is Not Fire-Proof, California Homeowners Discover
California has some of the strictest building codes in the country for homes built in areas with wildfire risk. But recent fires show that even the most fire-resistant homes will burn.

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Dec 09, 2018

A Tradition Of Passing Down Decorations From One Family To Another
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro explores holiday decorations passed on from one homeowner to another.

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Dec 09, 2018

Annoyed Baltimore Drivers Want City To Crack Down On 'Squeegee Kids'
An estimated 100 kids in Baltimore scrub car windshields for quick cash. It is not strictly legal, and many drivers wish the city would crack down on the practice.

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Dec 09, 2018

Asylum Seekers Rely On Ad Hoc Group Of Migrant Coordinators
The thousands of Central American migrants in limbo in northern Mexico are relying on an ad hoc group of organizers among them to keep lists of asylum seekers and look after their conditions.

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Dec 09, 2018

Political Moves In Wisconsin And Michigan Reminiscent Of Marbury Vs. Madison Debate
The moves in Wisconsin and Michigan aren't new. In some ways they reopen the debate that was settled in Marbury vs. Madison. The American Enterprise Institute's Norman Ornstein gives us a lesson.

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Dec 09, 2018

Rep. Jamie Raskin Gives InSight On Latest Events In Russia Investigation
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Democratic Rep. Jamie Raskin, member of the House Oversight and Judiciary committees, about the latest court filings by prosecutors and the special counsel.

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Dec 09, 2018

All The Criminal Charges To Emerge So Far From Robert Mueller's Investigation
President Trump has called the Russia investigation a "witch hunt," but more than 30 people have been charged. Many of those who've been accused, however, may never go to trial.

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Dec 08, 2018

Whistleblowers Warn Of Harmful Conditions For Children In Migrant Detention Centers
Physicians Scott Allen and Pamela McPherson discuss the abuses they witnessed in government detention centers when they inspected the facilities for the Department of Homeland Security.

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Dec 08, 2018

Meet Mark Milley, Trump's Pick For Joint Chiefs Chairman
The Army general has a voracious appetite for history — and Boston sports teams. If approved by the Senate, the 60-year-old Massachusetts native will take the helm next summer.

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Dec 08, 2018

Chief Of Staff John Kelly To Leave White House At The End Of The Year
The retired Marine Corps general sought to bring discipline and process to a chaotic White House but ultimately could not put a check on President Trump's desire to go unmanaged.

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Dec 08, 2018

Arkansas School District Criticized For Removing High School Newspaper Article
An Arkansas School District came under fire for taking down a student article exposing unauthorized high school transfers. Jack Williams, a co-author of the article, talks with NPR's Scott Simon.

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Dec 08, 2018

'Panic': The Documentary That Discusses The 2008 Financial Crisis And Today's Economy
Ben Bernanke, former chairman of the Federal Reserve, joins us to talk about "Panic," a VICE documentary about the financial crisis of 2008, and where the American economy stands today.

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Dec 08, 2018

U.S. Postal Service Charges More to Shippers To Mail Their Packages
A task force looking into U.S. Postal Service prices released its report this week. One recommendation: the postal service charge more to shippers, such as Amazon, to mail their packages.

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Dec 08, 2018

Opinion: Satanic Display Shows Power Of The Bible
NPR's Scott Simon reflects on The Satanic Temple display in the Illinois State Capitol.

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Dec 08, 2018

People In Charlottesville React To A Guilty Verdict
In Charlottesville, Va, people are reacting to a guilty verdict yesterday for the man who rammed his car into a crowd of counter-protesters at the Unite The Right rally last year.

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Dec 08, 2018

The Best Podcast Pick-Me-Up Suggestions To Get You Through Dark, Lonely Winters
NPR's Scott Simon gets recommendations from two podcast experts on what to listen to when all you need is some pop culture comfort food.

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Dec 08, 2018

What The Ebbs And Flows Of The KKK Can Tell Us About White Supremacy Today
With the spate of racist mass violence in recent years, it's helpful to consider past waves of white supremacist activity in the United States and what, exactly, caused those ebbs and flows.

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Dec 07, 2018

Fugitive Sees 'Wanted' Post Of Himself, Makes Date To Turn Himself In
Anthony Akers, who was wanted for failure to comply with the terms of his probation, became an Internet sensation after exchanging a series of Facebook posts with police in Washington state.

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Dec 07, 2018

A Gentle, Agonized Response To Trump's Rage About Journalists
Joshua McKerrow is a photojournalist at Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Md.; five of his colleagues where shot and killed this summer. After an angry presidential tweet, he shared a story of loss.

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Dec 07, 2018

Charlottesville Jury Finds 'Unite The Right' Protester Guilty Of First Degree Murder
A jury in Charlottesville, Va., returned a guilty verdict in the murder trial of James Fields, Jr., the self-proclaimed neo-Nazi who rammed his car into a crowd last year at a white nationalist rally.

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Dec 07, 2018

Charlottesville Jury Convicts 'Unite The Right' Protester Who Killed Woman
James Alex Fields rammed his car into counterprotestors in 2017, killing Heather Heyer and injuring several other people. He was convicted of first degree murder and other charges.

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Dec 07, 2018

How A 9-Year-Old Helped End A Ban On Snowball Fights In His Colorado Town
Snowball fights have been banned in Severance, Colo., for nearly a century. This week, 9-year-old Dane Best changed the law and made snowball fights legal.

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Dec 07, 2018

Friendly Fire Killed Sheriff's Sergeant At Thousand Oaks, Calif., Shooting Scene
Sgt. Ron Helus was struck by five bullets from the suspect's weapon. But it was a sixth shot, fired by another law enforcement officer, that proved fatal.

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Dec 07, 2018

After Devastating Fire, Ventura Residents Push To Get Back Home For The Holidays
"My wife is absolutely obsessed that she's ready for Christmas," Ed Fuller says. "Last Christmas, we sort of lost."

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Dec 07, 2018

How Atlanta Became A Soccer Town
Atlanta and Portland face on in Major League Soccer's championship on Saturday. Atlanta's team is only two years old and its success is due, in part, to massive fan support and a hometown strategy.

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Dec 07, 2018

The Business Of Posting Mugshots Online And Charging People To Take Them Down
Many websites make a business of posting mugshots, then charging those people to take them down, but it's hard to stop. The reasons have to do with how First Amendment freedoms are protected.

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Dec 07, 2018

The Effects U.S. Soybean Farmers Have Felt From Trade Negotiations With China
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Josh Gackle, a soybean farmer in Kulm, N.D., about how the United States' ongoing trade negotiations with China have impacted crops this year.

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Dec 07, 2018

Have You Had To Move Because Of A Natural Disaster? Tell Us
Have you had to evacuate a home because of a weather-related event such as a hurricane, wildfire or flood? Do you expect to return to that spot, or will you relocate? Tell us your story.

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Dec 07, 2018

Did You Move Into A Home And Find Holiday Decorations Left Behind? Share Your Story
NPR's Weekend Edition is working on a story about holiday decorations tied to houses that are passed down from old owners to new ones.

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Dec 07, 2018

Did You Move To A Home And Find Holiday Decorations Left Behind? Share Your Story
NPR's Weekend Edition is working on a story about holiday decorations tied to houses that are passed down from old owners to new ones.

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Dec 07, 2018

Note To Self: Vote Early, Especially If Your Name Is On The Ballot
Cliff Farmer was running for city council in Hoxie, Ark, but fell one vote short of winning. His flight landed later than expected missing his chance to vote, now he faces a tiebreaker next week.

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Dec 07, 2018

Kevin Hart Stepped Down From As 2019 Oscars Host
Kevin Hart has stepped down as host of the Academy Awards after he refused to apologize for past homophobic tweets.

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Dec 07, 2018

He Is Jewish, But Being Santa Is His Calling
Rick Rosenthal has been playing the role of Santa for almost seven years. At StoryCorps, he recalls how it all began.

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Dec 07, 2018

Heather Nauert Named As U.N. Ambassador
The White House is nominating State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert as the next U.N. ambassador. She joined the State Department last year after working at Fox News as a reporter and host.

NPR U.S. News
Dec 07, 2018

The Labor Department's Report On The Unemployment Rate
Ahead of Friday's jobs report, David Wessel of the Brookings Institution looks at other indicators we'll get from the report about the direction of the economy.

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Dec 07, 2018

News Brief: Mueller's Deadlines And Protesters In France Call For More Change
Robert Mueller faces two deadlines regarding close former associates of President Trump. And France's yellow vest movement demands more concessions after President Macron scrapped his fuel tax hike.

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Dec 07, 2018

News Brief: Mueller's Deadlines, Bolton On China, Yellow Vest Protests
Robert Mueller faces 2 deadlines regarding ex-Trump associates. Tensions continue after the U.S. requested the arrest of a Chinese executive. France's yellow vest movement demands more concessions.

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Dec 06, 2018

New Southwest Border Arrests Jump 78 Percent In November
The Trump administration blames unfavorable judicial rulings for encouraging an increase in illegal crossings.

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Dec 06, 2018

Programs Help Incarcerated Moms Bond With Their Babies In Prison
Nearly a dozen states run programs that allow women serving prison terms to keep their babies with them for a limited time. Supporters say the programs help women inmates turn their lives around.

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Dec 06, 2018

No New Trial For Border Agent Acquitted Of Killing Mexican Teen, U.S. Prosecutors Say
Two separate juries deadlocked on charges stemming from an October 2012 cross-border shooting by a border agent.

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Dec 06, 2018

Native Americans On Tribal Land Are 'The Least Connected' To High-Speed Internet
New Census Bureau estimates underscore the digital divide facing Native Americans living on reservations or other American Indian land in the U.S.

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Dec 06, 2018

Rapper Sues Video Game Maker Over Fortnite Dance Move
2 Milly introduced the popular Milly Rock dance in a 2014 music video. As of July, characters in Fortnite are able to perform a similar dance.

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Dec 06, 2018

New Congresswoman Will Pay Her Interns $15 An Hour. Is That A Big Deal?
"Time to walk the walk," Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted. "Very few members of Congress actually pay their interns. We will be one of them." With new appropriations, other members may soon join her.

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Dec 06, 2018

For-Profit College Chain, Education Corporation of America, Announces Shutdown
ECA has been mired in financial troubles and on Wednesday officials said most of its campuses will close by the end of the month. The decision leaves about 20,000 students in the lurch.

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Dec 06, 2018

Baltimore's New Police Commissioner Would Be City's 5th In 4 Years
The Baltimore Police Department's reputation is in tatters with the community after a series of scandals ranging from officer misconduct to corruption.

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Dec 06, 2018

Americans Say Their Final Goodbye To President George H.W. Bush
The last of the state funeral of former President George H.W. Bush took place Thursday in Texas. People had one final chance to say goodbye before he was laid to rest at his presidential library.

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Dec 06, 2018

Lawmakers Say A New Election Might Be Necessary For N.C. Congressional Race
House Democrats are getting more vocal that they may not seat a North Carolina Republican whose election has been marred by suspected ballot fraud. A top GOP operative in the state says a new election may be necessary.

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Dec 06, 2018

Trump Administration Aims to Boost Energy Production, Cut Protections for Sage Grouse
The Interior Department is moving forward on revisions to Obama-era conservation plans for the greater sage grouse. The changes would ease restrictions on energy development.

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Dec 06, 2018

Robot Punctures Can Of Bear Repellent At Amazon Warehouse, Sickening Workers
The can contained capsaicin - the chemical that makes chili peppers fiery. The incident comes amid scrutiny of conditions at the sprawling warehouses used to deliver goods at ever-faster speeds.

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Dec 06, 2018

Informal Adviser To Trump On What The U.S. Hopes To Get From Trade Talks With China
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Michael Pillsbury, director for Chinese strategy at the Hudson Institute and an informal adviser to President Trump, about the telecom giant Huawei and U.S.-China trade.

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Dec 06, 2018

Trump's EPA Plans To Ease Carbon Emissions Rule For New Coal Plants
The Trump administration wants to reverse a rule that would have required new coal plants to have expensive technology to capture their carbon dioxide emissions.

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Dec 06, 2018

N.C. GOP Leader Open To New Election As Fraud Investigation Continues
The head of North Carolina's Republican Party says he would "not oppose" a new election in the state's 9th Congressional District if allegations of fraud by a GOP operative prove true.

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Dec 06, 2018

U.S. Catholic Priest Charged With Sexually Abusing Boys In Philippines
The Rev. Kenneth Hendricks faces charges in Ohio — where he was previously based — of engaging in illicit sexual conduct in foreign places, a federal crime.

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Dec 06, 2018

Prosecutors File First U.S. Charges Stemming From 2016 Panama Papers Leak
U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman says the defendants "had a playbook to repatriate un-taxed money into the U.S. banking system."

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Dec 06, 2018

Census Bureau To Test How Controversial Citizenship Question Affects Responses
The bureau wants to know if it should hire more workers and adapt marketing for the 2020 national head count because of any negative impact from a citizenship question.

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Dec 06, 2018

Senate Confirms Kathy Kraninger As CFPB Director
The White House official has been confirmed as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's new chief over objections by critics who highlighted her lack of experience in consumer protection.

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Dec 06, 2018

George H.W. Bush Receives Final Funeral In Houston
Bush's grandson George P. Bush remembered his grandfather as gracious, decent and humble, in the final public memorial ceremony for the 41st president.

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Dec 06, 2018

A Photographer Turns A Lens On His Father's Alzheimer's
They had always been partners, in a way — artists who connected through their work. So, when Gene DiRado began withdrawing from the world, his son rushed toward him — and brought along a camera.

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Dec 06, 2018

More Potholes, Traffic Jams On The Horizon Unless Interstates Are Fixed, Report Finds
A federal report suggests America's interstates are worn, overused and highly congested. It also recommends billions of dollars in fixes,

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Dec 06, 2018

When And Where Fruit Flies First Bugged Humans
Drosophila melanogaster is a mainstay of genetics labs, but its wild origins have been mysterious. Scientists have now traced the pesky fly to a particular fruit — a human favorite 10,000 years ago.

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Dec 06, 2018

California Gives Final OK To Require Solar Panels On New Houses
Single and small multi-family homes must include solar panels starting in 2020. Recent extreme weather events such as wildfires and drought make the need clear, a state official says.

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Dec 06, 2018

California Gives Final OK To Requiring Solar Panels On New Houses
New houses must include solar panels in California, starting in 2020. Recent extreme weather events such as wildfires and drought make the need clear, a state official says.

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Dec 06, 2018

Aboard The 4141 Train, Bush To Get Final Ride Through Texas Countryside
Union Pacific Locomotive 4141 will take Bush's body to College Station, Texas on Thursday. He will be laid to rest at the George H. W. Bush Presidential Library Center at Texas A&M University.

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Dec 06, 2018

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Paperwork Filed For USA Gymnastics
USA Gymnastics has filed for bankruptcy. It's the latest move for the beleaguered organization following a wide-ranging sexual abuse scandal involving athletes and a former team doctor.

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Dec 06, 2018

After The Camp Fire, Residents Returning To Paradise Find Rubble
For the first time since the wildfire, residents of the California town, were allowed to return. One couple was reunited — the husband stayed behind to save, while his wife was evacuated.

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Dec 06, 2018

News Brief: Huawei CFO, USA Gymnastics, Hurricane Damages Puerto Rican Tombs
Canadian authorities arrest the CFO of one of China's largest companies. The organization overseeing U.S. gymnastics files for bankruptcy. A Puerto Rican cemetery remains closed after Hurricane Maria.

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Dec 06, 2018

Indiana's Religious Left Flexes Its Political Muscle
In a state long known for its deep red conservative credentials, religious progressives in Indiana are now trying to win some political battles by wooing minority communities.

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Dec 06, 2018

'My Father Is In There': Anguish Builds In Puerto Rico Mountains Over Decimated Tombs
The damage to 1,800 tombs in the Lares Municipal Cemetery was so extensive — and so horrifying — that health officials locked the cemetery gates after Hurricane Maria. They haven't been reopened.

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Dec 05, 2018

Christmas Dinner Rocketed To International Space Station
A cargo that included 5,600 pounds of supplies, science experiments and holiday dinner treats for the crew was launched on Wednesday.

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Dec 05, 2018

'Baby, It's Cold Outside,' Seen As Sexist, Frozen Out By Radio Stations
Programmers have banned the song after fielding listener complaints that the song is offensive, only to face a backlash against that decision.

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Dec 05, 2018

Georgia Charges Iranians In Ransomware Attack On Atlanta
U.S. Attorney Byung Pak says Faramarz Savandi and Mohammed Mansouri were behind the cyber extortion scheme that crippled many of the city's computer systems in March, causing millions in damages.

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Dec 05, 2018

Border Patrol Supervisor Indicted After Allegedly Confessing To Killing 4 Women
A Texas prosecutor says the suspect targeted sex workers in an effort to clean the streets of Laredo. If convicted, Juan David Ortiz could face execution.

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Dec 05, 2018

Border Patrol Supervisor Indicted After Confessing To Killing 4 Women
A Texas prosecutor says the suspect targeted sex workers in an effort to clean the streets of Laredo. If convicted, Juan David Ortiz could face execution.

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Dec 05, 2018

As Evacuation Orders Lift, Some Paradise Residents Return Home To Devastation
Part of the Northern California town obliterated by the Camp Fire was reopened Wednesday, allowing people to return and see what is left of their community.

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Dec 05, 2018

6 U.S. Military Personnel Missing After 'Mishap' Off Coast Of Japan
The U.S. Marine Corps has released preliminary details of an incident involving two aircraft in flight. One service member has been rescued.

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Dec 05, 2018

1 Of 2 Marines Rescued Off Japan Is Dead After Aircraft 'Mishap'; 5 Still Missing
The U.S. Marine Corps said the accident occurred during "regularly scheduled training" launched from Air Station Iwakuni.

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Dec 05, 2018

2 Marines Rescued, 5 Still Missing After Aircraft 'Mishap' Off Japan
The U.S. Marine Corps said the accident occurred during "regularly scheduled training" launched from Air Station Iwakuni.

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Dec 05, 2018

USA Gymnastics Voluntarily Files For Bankruptcy
USA Gymnastics filed for bankruptcy Wednesday. The organization has been under withering criticism for how its handling of scores of sexual abuse reports by former team doctor Larry Nassar.

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