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Jul 17, 2018

Tenants Sue Kushner Cos. For Alleged Harassment, N.Y. Governor Launches Probe
Current and former tenants say the company exposed them to toxic dust, noise and rats, forcing them out of their rent-stabilized apartments and making way for luxury-condo buyers.

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Jul 17, 2018

Former Equestrian Says She Sprayed Pig's Blood In Lover's Home As Revenge For Affair
In May, Lizzie Purbrick discovered her beau, a member of the British Parliament, was cheating. With the help of a butcher, she struck back. Now she's been sentenced to community service.

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Jul 17, 2018

Nelson Mandela's Prison Letters: 'One Day I Will Be Back At Home'
The late South African leader would have turned 100 on Wednesday. As part of the commemorations, a new book brings together many of the deeply personal letters he wrote during his 27 years in prison.

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Jul 17, 2018

Fed's Powell Says A Long Trade War Could Hurt U.S. Economy
A long trade war that results in higher, broader tariffs "will be bad for our economy and for other economies too," Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said at a Senate hearing Tuesday.

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Jul 17, 2018

Dark Money Groups Get A Little Darker, Thanks To IRS
Advocates say it's a First Amendment issue. Critics say it's opening the door to secret money from foreign sources.

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Jul 17, 2018

'Better Than Super': Russia Reacts To Trump-Putin Summit In Helsinki
Some Russian commentators and politicians rejoiced after Monday's meeting between the two leaders. One columnist even calling it "another small miracle."

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Jul 17, 2018

Texas Man Found Guilty Of Hate Crime For Burning Mosque
When fire devastated the Victoria Islamic Center last year, an outpouring of support followed, with neighboring Jewish and Christian congregations offering to host Muslim services.

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Jul 17, 2018

Amid Electricity Cuts, Anti-Government Unrest Grows In Southern Iraq
The protests sweeping Basra and other southern provinces in the past week threaten to destabilize Iraq's caretaker government.

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Jul 17, 2018

In Face Of Protectionism, EU And Japan Sign Huge Open-Trade Deal
Japan and the European Union have signed an agreement that creates an open trade zone for 600 million people. The parties account for approximately one-third of GDP worldwide.

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Jul 17, 2018

OPINION: The United States And Russia Aren't Allies. But Trump And Putin Are
Monday's Trump-Putin summit was not a meeting between adversaries, writes Brookings Institution senior fellow Robert Kagan. It was a meeting between allies, with convergent interests and common goals.

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Jul 17, 2018

Scientists Hunt A Test For Chronic Injury In Living Brains
Doctors are closer to a test in living people that could help diagnose chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a disease that's been linked to concussions and other repeated brain assaults.

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Jul 17, 2018

Scientists Hunt For A Test To Diagnose Chronic Brain Injury In Living People
Doctors are closer to a test in live brains that could help diagnose chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a disease that's been linked to concussions and other repeated brain assaults.

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Jul 17, 2018

More Screen Time For Teens Linked To ADHD Symptoms
A new study finds that teens who engage in frequent texting, social media use and other online activities daily are more likely to develop symptoms of ADHD.

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Jul 17, 2018

Usain Bolt Looks To Strike Twice: In Talks To Join Pro Soccer Team In Australia
After the news emerged, numerous sponsorship bids - and even an offer of a place for the champion sprinter to stay - quickly followed, the team says.

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Jul 17, 2018

MGM Files Lawsuits Denying Liability Over Las Vegas Shooting
In October 2017, a gunman fired from his room at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, killing 58 people and injuring hundreds. Now MGM, which owns the hotel, is asking the courts to declare it not liable.

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Jul 17, 2018

Ryan: 'Vladimir Putin Does Not Share Our Interests'
The House speaker continues to push back against President Trump's remarks made during a summit with the Russian leader.

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Jul 17, 2018

Trump Walks Back Controversial Comments On Russian Election Interference
Before a meeting with GOP lawmakers Tuesday, the president told reporters he misspoke in Helsinki: When he said he saw no reason why it "would" be Russia that interfered, he meant to say "wouldn't."

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Jul 17, 2018

Galileo Would Be Stunned: Jupiter Now Has 79 Moons
Astronomers have found 12 more moons orbiting the planet Jupiter. These moons are all small — just 5 kilometers or less across — and one of them behaves very strangely.

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Jul 17, 2018

NYPD Will Pursue Internal Charges Against Officers In Eric Garner's Death
Four years after Eric Garner died after being put in a chokehold by a police officer in Staten Island, the New York Police Department says it will pursue disciplinary actions.

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Jul 17, 2018

Insurers And Government Are Slow To Cover Expensive CAR-T Cancer Therapy
Treatment costs for the immunotherapy can run to more than $1 million. Some state Medicaid programs aren't paying for the treatment, and Medicare's complicated payment rates have hospitals worried.

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Jul 17, 2018

Netflix Falls Short On Subscriber Target, Spooks Investors
The streaming service and production house fell short of its second-quarter target by more than a million subscribers, even as it posted better-than-expected earnings for the period.

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Jul 17, 2018

China's Most Expensive Film Could Prove Its Biggest Movie Flop
Asura, billed as an epic fantasy based on Buddhist mythology that cost $112 million to make, had a dismal box office in its opening weekend and was promptly pulled by producers.

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Jul 17, 2018

Amid A Hispanic Boom, Conflicting Feelings On Immigration
In southwest Virginia, Galax was once a traditional small-town mountain community. It now has one of the fastest-growing Hispanic populations in the state.

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Jul 17, 2018

Obama Speaks Up In South Africa
In one of his most high-profile appearances since leaving the White House, former president Barack Obama celebrates the legacy of Nelson Mandela.

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Jul 17, 2018

Health Insurers Are Vacuuming Up Details About You — And It Could Raise Your Rates
Without scrutiny, insurers and data brokers are predicting your health costs based on public data about things like race, marital status, your TV consumption and even if you buy plus-size clothing.

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Jul 17, 2018

In 'Macho' Brazil, Fast-Rising Star Marília Mendonça Is Inspiring Women To Push Back
Marília Mendonça has reclaimed Brazil's traditional genre sertanejo and created "feminejo," providing women with a voice in a traditionally macho society.

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Jul 17, 2018

Money Surges Toward House Democratic Hopefuls
Congressional seats continue to lean further in the direction of Democratic candidates, as donors give unusual support to challengers.

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Jul 17, 2018

New Charges Confirm That 'Infiltration' Was An Aspect Of Russian 2016 Attack
The Justice Department has charged a Russian woman who sought to cultivate influence with American political figures via the NRA, affirming a separate plank of the Kremlin's influence campaign.

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Jul 17, 2018

Trump's Helsinki Bow to Putin Leaves World Wondering: Why?
Here was Trump passing on the opportunity to confront Putin about the attack on the 2016 election and hold him accountable — two things the administration had promised he would do.

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Jul 17, 2018

WATCH LIVE: Barack Obama Speaks In South Africa
In one of his most high-profile appearances since leaving the White House, former President Barack Obama celebrates the legacy of Nelson Mandela.

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Jul 17, 2018

WATCH LIVE: Barack Obama Speaks Up In South Africa
In one of his most high-profile appearances since leaving the White House, former President Barack Obama celebrates the legacy of Nelson Mandela.

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Jul 17, 2018

Maria Butina Case Bolsters Understanding of 'Infiltration' In Russian 2016 Attack
The Justice Department has charged a Russian woman who sought to cultivate influence with American political figures via the NRA, affirming a separate plank of the Kremlin's influence campaign.

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Jul 17, 2018

Charges Against Maria Butina Confirm 'Infiltration' Was Part Of Russian 2016 Attack
The Justice Department has charged a Russian woman who sought to cultivate influence with American political figures via the NRA, affirming a separate plank of the Kremlin's influence campaign.

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Jul 17, 2018

'We've Been Through Darker Times': Barack Obama Speaks In South Africa
In one of his most high-profile appearances since leaving the White House, former President Barack Obama urged listeners to resist cynicism as he celebrated the legacy of Nelson Mandela.

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Jul 17, 2018

Late Mother Teresa's Order Investigated For Child Trafficking In India
A nun and a worker at a Missionaries of Charity shelter were arrested last week for allegedly selling four infants. India has ordered the investigation of all such facilities run by the order.

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Jul 16, 2018

Kilauea 'Lava Bomb' Hits Tour Boat; Explosion Injures 23
A basketball-sized lava bomb slammed through the roof of a tour boat near an active fissure of the Hawaiian volcano early Monday morning, showering the vessel with debris.

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Jul 16, 2018

Kilauea Lava Explosion Injures 23 Tourists
A basketball-sized lava bomb slammed through the roof of a tour boat near an active fissure of the Hawaiian volcano early Monday morning, showering the vessel with debris.

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Jul 16, 2018

Asian-Americans Facing Staggering Levels Of Income Inequality In The U.S.
Asian-Americans have displaced African-Americans as the most economically divided group in the U.S., according to the Pew Research Center. Food pantries are seeing growing needs among Asian-Americans.

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Jul 16, 2018

U.S. Intelligence Chiefs, Current And Former, Fire Back At Trump
Trump repeatedly offered support to Russian leader Vladimir Putin and refused to endorse the U.S. intelligence community's finding that Russia interfered in the 2016 election to help Trump.

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Jul 16, 2018

Ecuador Builds Pyramid Of Roses In Attempt To Set A World Record
Half a million flowers went into the structure, which is a replica of a pre-Incan pyramid.

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Jul 16, 2018

'Disgraceful,' 'Pushover,' 'Deeply Troubled': Reaction To The Trump-Putin Summit
Top Republicans voiced faith in U.S. intelligence, while some criticized Trump directly following his press conference. Top Democrats questioned whether Russia has damaging information on Trump.

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Jul 16, 2018

Putin Invites Trump To Help End Syrian War As Russia Bombs Civilian Targets
At their joint news conference, President Putin said Russia and the U.S. can work together to alleviate suffering in Syria. Russia continues to attack civilian targets in support of the Syrian regime.

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Jul 16, 2018

'They Wanted To Kill Us All': Nicaragua Reels After Bloody Church Siege
Human rights groups say nearly 300 people have died since demonstrations over a now-rescinded pension change in April. Protests turned deadly Friday as student protesters took refuge in a church.

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Jul 16, 2018

Feds Charge Russian Graduate Student with Conspiracy to Violate U.S. Law
Prosecutors accused Maria Butina of conspiring to violate a law that requires foreign agents to register with the U.S. government. Authorities said she was working for Russia.

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Jul 16, 2018

Feds Charge Russian Student, Linked To NRA, With Conspiracy
Prosecutors accused Maria Butina of conspiring to violate a law that requires foreign agents to register with the U.S. government. Authorities said she was working for Russia.

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Jul 16, 2018

Rising Seas Could Cause Problems For Internet Infrastructure
The Internet relies on a network of cables, many buried underground along U.S. coastlines. A new analysis finds sea level rise could put thousands of miles of cable underwater in the next 15 years.

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Jul 16, 2018

FCC Chairman Pai Cites 'Serious Concerns' About Sinclair-Tribune Deal
The news could put in jeopardy plans by Sinclair — already the nation's largest TV station owner — to grow even bigger.

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Jul 16, 2018

Transcript: Trump And Putin's Joint Press Conference
After meeting one-on-one for two hours in Helsinki on Monday, President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin answered questions from reporters.

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Jul 16, 2018

Architect Unveils Design For Emanuel AME Church Memorial
The memorial honors the nine worshippers murdered by a white supremacist at the church in Charleston, S.C., in June 2015. It is designed by the architect behind the Sept. 11 memorial in New York City.

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Jul 16, 2018

China Files WTO Complaint Over U.S. Tariffs On $200 Billion Of Imports
The complaint comes less than a week after the Trump administration published a preliminary list of more than 6,000 Chinese products that it wants to hit with new tariffs.

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Jul 16, 2018

Fewer Homeless Veterans On LA's Streets
The city's most recent homeless count showed that the veteran homeless population had declined 18 percent. But some advocates caution that veteran homelessness is an ever-changing dynamic.

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Jul 16, 2018

Angered By Attack, Mob Slaughters Hundreds Of Crocodiles In Indonesia
Following the funeral of a local resident killed by a crocodile after apparently straying into a local wildlife sanctuary, the mob slaughtered nearly 300 of the reptiles.

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Jul 16, 2018

Scared Of Math? Here's One Way To Fight The Fear
Kids and grown-ups can both experience anxiety when it comes to math. One college professor has an assignment to help banish the dread.

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Jul 16, 2018

Poll: Where You Watch TV News Predicts Your Feelings On Immigration
On some questions, people who get their TV news primarily from Fox News or CNN are even further apart than Republicans and Democrats. Viewers of the other big TV networks are somewhere in between.

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Jul 16, 2018

Heat Making You Lethargic? Research Shows It Can Slow Your Brain, Too
Hot weather can influence cognitive performance, according to new research. Young adults living in non-air-conditioned dorms during a heat wave performed worse on math and attention tests.

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Jul 16, 2018

Worried About Dementia? You Might Want to Check Your Blood Pressure
One of the nation's top brain doctors says controlling high blood pressure is one of the best ways to keep your brain sharp. He aims to lead by example.

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Jul 16, 2018

Trump, Putin To Meet After New Charges Over Russia's 2016 Election Interference
President Trump is set to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland, on Monday amid new allegations of Moscow's interference in the U.S. presidential election.

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Jul 16, 2018

Immigration Poll Finds Deep Divide Over Trump's Agenda
None of the president's major immigration policies get majority support in a new NPR-Ipsos poll — but Republicans strongly back the border wall, the travel ban, and changes to legal immigration.

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Jul 16, 2018

Exploring, Not Explaining, The Mind Of Robin Williams
Robin Williams is the subject of a new HBO documentary called Come Inside My Mind. Using clips and interviews, it documents his unusual process and his complicated life.

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Jul 16, 2018

WATCH: Trump, Putin Meet After New Charges Over Moscow's 2016 Election Interference
The leaders hold a joint press conference after speaking privately for about two hours. Their first stand-alone summit comes on the heels of the indictment of 12 Russian intelligence officers.

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Jul 16, 2018

Trump, Putin Meet After New Charges Over Russia's 2016 Election Interference
President Trump meets Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland, on Monday amid new allegations of Moscow's interference in the U.S. presidential election.

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Jul 16, 2018

Trump Denies Election Interference, Putin Says He Wanted Trump To Win In 2016
The leaders held a stunning joint press conference after speaking privately for about two hours.

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Jul 16, 2018

Trump Denies Election Interference; Putin Says He Wanted Trump To Win In 2016
The leaders held a stunning joint press conference after speaking privately for about two hours.

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Jul 16, 2018

Elon Musk And British Diver Exchange Harsh Words Over Thai Cave Rescue
British diver Vern Unsworth, who helped rescue 12 boys from a cave in northern Thailand called Musk's mini-sub a "PR stunt." The billionaire fired back, called the diver a "pedo guy."

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Jul 15, 2018

Sacha Baron Cohen Is Hit-And-Miss In 'Who Is America?'
Sacha Baron Cohen likes to dress up and try to get people to say dumb things, and in one case in his new Showtime series, he finds success. But other times, the show falls flat.

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Jul 15, 2018

Protests Break Out In Chicago Following Deadly Police Shooting
On the city's South Side, residents and activists converged to protest the deadly shooting of a man Saturday evening.

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Jul 15, 2018

Chicago Police Release Body Cam Footage Of Deadly Shooting
On the city's South Side, residents and activists converged to protest the deadly shooting of a man Saturday. On Sunday police released a 30-second clip of the incident that set off the protests.

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Jul 15, 2018

WATCH: Chicago Police Release Body Cam Footage Of Deadly Shooting
On the city's South Side, residents and activists converged to protest the deadly shooting of a man Saturday. On Sunday police released a 30-second clip of the incident that set off the protests.

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Jul 15, 2018

'On Top Of The World': France Wins World Cup
France entered the tournament as a favorite, powered by stars like forwards Kylian Mbappe and Antoine Griezmann, while Croatia was seen as a longshot for victory.

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Jul 15, 2018

France Wins World Cup
France entered the tournament as a favorite, powered by stars like forwards Kylian Mbappe and Antoine Griezmann, while Croatia was seen as a longshot for victory.

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Jul 15, 2018

Novak Djokovic Beats Kevin Anderson To Win Fourth Wimbledon
The Serbian tennis player won his fourth Wimbledon and his 13th major title with his victory over Kevin Anderson of South Africa.

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Jul 15, 2018

Trump Says He Sees The European Union As A 'Foe' Of U.S.
President Trump told CBS that he has "low expectations" ahead of a summit with Russia's Vladimir Putin, and added, "I think the European Union is a foe, what they do to us in trade."

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Jul 15, 2018

In Britain, Businesses Brace For A Hit Amid Tensions In The 'Special Relationship'
Many in the U.K. are hoping that any tensions with the U.S. over trade are temporary - especially business owners.

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Jul 15, 2018

Haiti's Prime Minister Resigns After Riots Over Fuel Price Hike
Haiti's prime minister resigned before he could be removed from office by the country's parliament. The government announced a double-digit price increase in fuel, sparking riots this month.

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Jul 15, 2018

Russian 'Reset 2.0': What Putin Wants From Trump At Helsinki Summit
Russia's president wants to normalize ties with the U.S., stop sanctions and give President Trump the impression he is the only Western leader who can get through to him.

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Jul 15, 2018

To Improve Treatments, Researchers Want To Hunt For Clues In Medical Records
The vast amount of data held in electronic medical records and insurance bills contains bits that could be useful in refining the use of approved for drugs. But how to find it?

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Jul 15, 2018

Pictures Of The Motherland He Never Knew
The son of Pakistani immigrants in the U.K., Mahtab Hussain was often taunted: "Go home." One day he did just that to see what his life might have been like if his parents had not left.

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Jul 15, 2018

Reunifying Parents And Children — How It Works On The Ground
Lawyers and advocates in migrant shelters across the country are working with U.S. government officials to reunify children separated from parents at the border.

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Jul 14, 2018

Massive Iceberg Looms Over A Village In Greenland
The giant mountain of ice towers is threatening a tiny village, causing authorities to evacuate residents.

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Jul 14, 2018

Emmett Till's Cousin On Reopening Of Case: 'An Opportunity For The Truth To Be Told'
NPR's Michel Martin speaks to Deborah Watts, a cousin of Emmett Till, about the reopening of his murder investigation.

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Jul 14, 2018

Ex-World Cup Final Referee Talks About This Critical Role Ahead Of Croatia Vs France
On the eve of the World Cup Final, NPR's Michel Martin chats with former FIFA Referee Howard Webb about what it takes to referee one of the biggest sporting events in the world.

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Jul 14, 2018

Ex-World Cup Final Referee Talks About This Critical Role Ahead Of Croatia Vs. France
On the eve of the World Cup Final, NPR's Michel Martin chats with former FIFA Referee Howard Webb about what it takes to referee one of the biggest sporting events in the world.

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Jul 14, 2018

FEMA Internal Report Cites Problems With Agency's Response To Hurricane Maria
An internal report released by the Federal Emergency Management Agency has concluded the agency was unable to provide adequate support to hurricane victims in Puerto Rico last year.

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Jul 14, 2018

Cybersecurity Expert Explains Takeways From The Russia Indictments
Twelve Russian agents have been indicted in Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with cybersecurity expert Matt Tait about what the indictment mean.

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Jul 14, 2018

What's Next After The Russia Indictments?
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with David Kris, a former assistant attorney general for National Security, about what's next in the special counsel's Russia investigation.

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Jul 14, 2018

Study Shows Red Spruce Trees In New England Are Recovering After Decades Of Damage
Years after New Englanders saw that acid rain caused by coal plants was killing red spruce trees, the trees are better. Researchers say the red spruce shows the positive impact of air pollution laws.

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Jul 14, 2018

Germany's Angelique Kerber Wins Wimbledon, Beating Serena Williams In The Final
Serena Williams was on course for a record-tying 24th Grand Slam title when she was stunned by Angelique Kerber at Wimbledon on Saturday.

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Jul 14, 2018

Thousands Turn Out To Protest Against President Trump In Scotland
President Trump is on his first official visit to the U.K., and spending the weekend golfing at his resort in Turnberry, Scotland.

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Jul 14, 2018

'Free But Not Free': Zimbabwe's Amateur Filmmakers Turn A Lens On Their Country
For a contest after the ouster of Robert Mugabe, filmmakers responded to the question "What does it mean to be Zimbabwean?" Their short films featured some uncomfortable answers.

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Jul 14, 2018

A Surge In Meth Use In Colorado Complicates Opioid Recovery
Last year, 280 Coloradans who died of a drug overdose had methamphetamine in the mix. That's up sharply from 2016 and more than five times the number in 2012.

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Jul 14, 2018

Tech Workers Demand CEOs Stop Doing Business With ICE, Other U.S. Agencies
Workers from Salesforce, Microsoft and other firms have been putting pressure on the companies, arguing that they support immoral policies through their ties to the federal government.

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Jul 14, 2018

U.S.-Russia Summits, From Gravely Serious To Absurdly Comical
U.S.-Russia summits have ignited, and defused, global crises. There was also the time the U.S. Secret Service found Boris Yeltsin in his underwear and slurring his words, desperate for a pizza.

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Jul 14, 2018

She Sells Beer And Brings Cheer To Fans In D.C.'s Baseball Stands
Beer vending at baseball games is a male-dominated industry. Christy Colt , a beer vendor at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., shares what it takes to be successful at her job.

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Jul 14, 2018

The Heart And Soul Of Armenia Lives In A Slab Of Wood
For Vahagn Amiryan, the act of carving wood is a way to bring the country's ancient traditions into the modern era.

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Jul 14, 2018

The Russia Investigations: 6 Key Insights From The Cyberspy Indictment
This week the Justice Department unveiled another information-packed indictment from the special counsel's Robert Mueller office that reveals much about the Russian attack on the 2016 election.

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Jul 14, 2018

McDonald's Pulls Salads From 3,000 Locations After Dozens Sickened By Parasite
McDonald's said it's pulling salads from about 3,000 locations in 14 states, primarily in the Midwest. Dozens have been sickened with cyclosporiasis, which is caused by the parasite Cyclospora.

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Jul 14, 2018

Vouchers In Puerto Rico; Secret Service Guides Schools; Special Education And Race
A judge rules private school vouchers are against Puerto Rico's constitution; the Secret Service releases a plan to help prevent school shootings; and the Department of Education faces another suit.

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Jul 14, 2018

When Calling The Po-Po Is A No-No
In the past few months, several white people have been recorded calling police on black people who are going about their legitimate business: mowing the lawn, using the pool, and sleeping in the dorm.

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Jul 13, 2018

Maryland Investigates Russian National's Links To State Elections Software
A Russian investor purchased a company that runs portions of Maryland's voter registration software systems in 2015. State officials did not know until the FBI informed them this week.

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Jul 13, 2018

In Ireland, Drought And A Drone Revealed The Outline Of An Ancient Henge
As crops get thirsty in Ireland, some plants are faring better than others. Aerial photos show a pattern in crop growth near Newgrange, believed to be the footprint of a previously unknown henge.

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