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Dec 07, 2019

Family Of Pensacola Navy Base Shooting Says Victim 'Saved Countless Lives'
The victim's brother said in a Facebook post that his sibling was shot multiple times. "He died a hero and we are beyond proud but there is a whole in our hearts that can never be filled."

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Dec 07, 2019

Pensacola Gunman, Victims Identified
The Navy has named the three sailors killed during an active shooter incident at Naval Air Station Pensacola on December 6th.

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Dec 07, 2019

As Impeachment Inquiry Moves Forward, Questions Around Pompeo Continue To Swirl
The questions surrounding what Secretary of State Mike Pompeo knew about the Ukraine affair reflect the outsized role he has assumed as one of the president's most influential advisers.

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Dec 07, 2019

In A Warming Greenland, A Farming Family Adapts To Drought — And New Opportunities
Kanuk Nielsen and his brother Pilu grew up on a sheep farm in southern Greenland. Kanuk has decided to remain on the farm. Pilu gives helicopter tours to visitors, who are arriving in greater numbers.

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Dec 07, 2019

Biden Doubles Down On Heated Town Hall Where He Called Voter A 'Damn Liar'
"The fact of the matter is, this guy stood up and he was, in fact, lying," Biden said in an interview Friday evening with NPR Morning Edition host Rachel Martin.

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Dec 07, 2019

American Held In Iran Released In Prisoner Exchange
Princeton graduate student Xiyue Wang, held by Iran for three years, was released Saturday in exchange for Iranian scientist Massoud Soleimani, who had been held in the U.S.

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Dec 07, 2019

American Student Xiyue Wang Freed In U.S.-Iran Prisoner Swap
The Princeton graduate student held by Iran for three years, was released Saturday in exchange for Iranian scientist Massoud Soleimani, who had been held in the United States.

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Dec 07, 2019

Meet The Womanikin, The Breasted Vest Working To Close The CPR Gender Gap
Studies show women are less likely to receive CPR in public than men. A manikin sleeve with silicone breasts might be part of the solution.

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Dec 07, 2019

A Day For Shipbuilders: Caroline Kennedy Christens The USS John F. Kennedy
The ship's high-profile christening marks a day of recognition for the thousands of workers that have participated in the project over more than five years.

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Dec 07, 2019

Democrats Are Going To Impeach Trump — Here's How They Might Do It
Democrats are going forward with impeachment against President Trump. During a hearing this week, they tipped their hand about the three articles they might bring forward.

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Dec 07, 2019

This Is What It's Like To Be An Ebola Doctor Under Fire In Congo
Dr. Marie-Roseline Bélizaire says the United Nations is failing to keep its medical workers safe.

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Dec 07, 2019

PG&E Announces $13.5 Billion Settlement Of Claims Linked To California Wildfires
The utility hopes the settlement will help it emerge from bankruptcy proceedings by the end of the year. When it declared bankruptcy in January, the company faced potential liabilities of $30 billion.

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Dec 06, 2019

Tony And Emmy Award Winning Actor Ron Leibman Dies At 82
Leibman, who played a wide range of roles in films, the stage and television, is perhaps most popularly known for his role as the father of Jennifer Aniston's Rachel Green on Friends.

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Dec 06, 2019

Tony And Emmy Award Winning Actor Ron Liebman Dies At 82
Liebman, who played a wide range of roles in films, the stage and television, is perhaps most popularly known for his role as the father of Jennifer Aniston's Rachel Green on Friends.

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Dec 06, 2019

Los Angeles Jury Finds No Defamation In Elon Musk's 'Pedo Guy' Tweet
The Tesla CEO was embroiled in a Twitter spat with one of the rescuers of 12 boys and their soccer coach in Thailand last year.

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Dec 06, 2019

Why The Trump Decision To Delay Aid To Ukraine Is Under Scrutiny
There are lots of reasons U.S. foreign aid can be held up or frozen. There's even a law that governs the issue. But many experts say what happened over the summer with Ukraine is highly irregular.

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Dec 06, 2019

GOP Rep. Hunter Says He Will Resign 'After The Holidays,' Days After Guilty Plea
The California Republican congressman's resignation marks a dramatic change in fortunes for the son of a once-powerful member of the House Armed Services Committee.

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Dec 06, 2019

White House Rules Out Participating In House Impeachment Inquiry Process
Democrats had offered to allow the president to have attorneys representing him at future impeachment hearings in the House.

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Dec 06, 2019

Trump Declines to Take Part in 'Baseless' House Impeachment Inquiry
Democrats had offered to allow Trump to have attorneys representing him at future impeachment hearings in the House.

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Dec 06, 2019

Merkel Tours Auschwitz With 'Sense Of Shame' And Warns Of Resurgent Anti-Semitism
It was the German leader's first official trip to the Nazi concentration camp. "These crimes are and will remain part of German history," she said, "and this history must be told over and over again."

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Dec 06, 2019

Pearl Harbor Veteran Expected To Be Last USS Arizona Survivor Interred On Ship
Lauren Bruner died in September and on Saturday, his remains will return to the USS Arizona. He is expected to be the final USS Arizona survivor to be interred on the sunken warship.

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Dec 06, 2019

Will Glitches In Medicare's 'Plan Finder' Leave Some Seniors Stuck In The Wrong Plan?
With a deadline for Medicare enrollment looming, some lawmakers and advocates are concerned that Medicare hasn't done enough to reach out to consumers who might be affected by website problems.

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Dec 06, 2019

Virginia Governor Suspends Policy Allowing Strip Searches Of Children At Prisons
An 8-year-old girl was strip searched at Buckingham Correctional Center last month. A prison spokesperson says the prison staffer who approved the search didn't have the authority to do so.

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Dec 06, 2019

Amid McKinsey Contract Controversy, Buttigieg Asks Company To Release His Client List
The global consulting firm has become a talking point on the campaign trail lately. Pete Buttigieg, particularly, has been criticized for his time there.

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Dec 06, 2019

The Stakes For Ukraine Are High In Monday's Summit Between Putin And Zelenskiy
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy will have his first meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin in Paris, in an effort to end a five-year conflict in eastern Ukraine that has cost 13,000 lives.

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Dec 06, 2019

4 Dead After Armed Robbers Hijack UPS Truck
Police officers in South Florida exchanged gunfire with two armed robbers Thursday. The resulting skirmish ended with both suspects dead, along with a hostage and a bystander.

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Dec 06, 2019

'We Took Terror Out Of Their Lives': Remembering Youth Advocate Mary Previte
Previte, who died Nov. 16, spent 30 years working with at-risk youth and kids in detention in Camden, N.J. The center she ran became a national model. Originally broadcast in 1993.

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Dec 06, 2019

Why Virginity Tests Are Making News — In The U.S. And Afghanistan
When the rapper T.I. said he has his teenage daughter undergo an annual virginity test, protests arose in the U.S. In fact, the virginity test is a global issue.

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Dec 06, 2019

Samoa Arrests Anti-Vaccination Activist As Measles Death Toll Rises
Government officials say anti-vaccination advocates have complicated their efforts to turn the tide on an epidemic that has killed at least 63 people, most of them children.

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Dec 06, 2019

'A New Start' — In Recovery And Learning To Make Musical Instruments In Appalachia
In a region ravaged by job loss and addiction, a musical tradition provides a lifeline for people in recovery.

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Dec 06, 2019

France Suffers Travel Woes As General Strike Enters 2nd Day
The strike took a quieter turn Friday, as protests ebbed but workers still stayed home in anger at a pension reform proposal. Stations and schools across the country remained shuttered.

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Dec 06, 2019

France Suffers Travel Woes As General Strike Enters Second Day
The strike took a quieter turn Friday, as protests ebbed but workers still stayed home in anger at a pension reform proposal. Stations and schools across the country remained shuttered.

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Dec 06, 2019

Taiwan Gets Tough On Disinformation Suspected From China Ahead Of Elections
The government has fined people and media outlets for spreading false content, amid rising suspicion of mainland Chinese influence on the self-ruled island.

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Dec 06, 2019

Gunman In Naval Air Station Pensacola Attack Is A Saudi Aviation Student
Four people are dead and eight people were injured in the shooting. Deputies who responded to the scene engaged the attacker in a shootout in a classroom building.

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Dec 06, 2019

Gunman In Naval Air Station Pensacola Attack Was A Saudi Aviation Student
Four people are dead and eight people were injured in the shooting. Deputies who responded to the scene engaged the attacker in a shootout in a classroom building.

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Dec 06, 2019

Attacker And 3 Others Dead After Shooting At Naval Air Station Pensacola In Florida
Seven people were injured and remain in the hospital. Deputies who responded to the scene engaged the attacker in a shootout that transpired over two floors of a classroom building.

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Dec 06, 2019

Navy Says Shooter And 2 Other People Are Dead In Violence At Pensacola Navy Base
The U.S. Navy says an "unknown number" of people were transferred to local hospitals due to injuries from the shooting.

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Dec 06, 2019

Job Market Surges As Employers Add 266,000 Jobs In November
U.S. employers added a better-than-expected number of jobs last month, boosted in part by the return of General Motors workers who had been on strike in October. The unemployment rate fell to 3.5%.

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Dec 06, 2019

India Police Kill 4 Rape Suspects Already In Custody
Police say the men attacked officers as they were investigating the crime scene and were shot dead in self-defense. Many are celebrating swift, sure justice; others call it an extrajudicial execution.

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Dec 06, 2019

Hiking Wheelchair Opens Up Outdoor Lifestyle To People With Serious Disabilities
Geoff Babb — a stroke survivor — found that most wheelchairs couldn't take him where he wanted to go. So, he invented a new way to hike with friends and family: an all-terrain wheelchair.

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Dec 06, 2019

Nature's 'Brita Filter' Is Dying and Nobody Knows Why
A mysterious die-off of freshwater mussels has scientists scrambling to find a cause. Freshwater mussels clean water and provide habitat to countless other species.

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Dec 06, 2019

President Clinton Was Impeached 21 Years Ago. Some Parallels Run Deep
From the politics to the presidents' counternarratives, there are a number of similarities between the events of December 1998 and the proceedings underway now against President Trump.

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Dec 06, 2019

Who Should Get Free College? Buttigieg Ad Inflames Key Divide Among Democrats
Buttigieg has criticized plans that make public college "free for even the kids of millionaires," opening up an argument in the Democratic primary campaign over the role of government.

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Dec 06, 2019

How Hard Are Tariffs Hitting The Economy? It Depends On Who You Ask
The U.S. economy is still growing, but trade tensions have taken a toll — especially on factories and farms. The trade war's impact on the overall economy is being debated.

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Dec 05, 2019

R. Kelly Bribed Official To Marry 15-Year-Old Aaliyah, Government Alleges
Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn, N.Y., have added another charge against the R&B singer: that in 1994, he paid an Illinois official to make a fake ID that claimed that Aaliyah was 18 years old.

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Dec 05, 2019

R. Kelly Paid Bribe So He Could Marry 15-Year-Old Aaliyah, Government Alleges
Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn, N.Y., have added another charge against the R&B singer: that in 1994, he paid an Illinois official to make a fake ID that claimed that Aaliyah was 18 years old.

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Dec 05, 2019

Uber Received Nearly 6,000 U.S. Sexual Assault Claims In Past 2 Years
A new report from Uber, covering 2017 and 2018, says the claims range from unwanted touching and kissing to rape. Also, 19 people were killed in physical assaults during or soon after an Uber ride.

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Dec 05, 2019

Orange County Sheriff's Kept Evidence Booking Crisis Secret For Nearly Two Years
Assistant Public Defender Scott Sanders suggested prosecutors covered for law enforcement, helping to keep systematic mishandling of evidence out of public view. "The implications are massive."

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Dec 05, 2019

Orange County Sheriff's Department Kept Evidence Scandal A Secret For Nearly 2 Years
Assistant Public Defender Scott Sanders suggested that prosecutors covered for law enforcement, helping to keep systematic mishandling of evidence out of public view. "The implications are massive."

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Dec 05, 2019

Orange County Sheriff's Dept. Mishandled Evidence; Kept It Quiet For Nearly 2 Years
The public defender in the Calif. county suggested that prosecutors covered for law enforcement, helping to keep the scandal from public view.

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Dec 05, 2019

Measles Numbers Were Bad In 2018. This Year, They're Even Worse
The World Health Organization has released the latest data on measles. The increase in cases is notable — and a sign of how much work needs to be done to address the outbreak.

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Dec 05, 2019

Woman Heading To Testify At Rape Trial Set On Fire In India
The woman says one of the men who attacked her on Thursday is the same man who raped her last year. It's another horrifying incident in a country grappling with high levels of sexual violence.

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Dec 05, 2019

Transcript: NPR's Full Interview With Rep. Doug Collins On Impeachment Inquiry
NPR host Mary Louise Kelly interviews Rep. Doug Collins of Georgia, the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, about the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.

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Dec 05, 2019

Safety Problems Lead To Early End For Study Of 'Abortion Pill Reversal'
Three of the 12 women enrolled in a study of progesterone to reverse a medication-based abortion required ambulance transport to a hospital for treatment of severe vaginal bleeding.

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Dec 05, 2019

'Britain's Most Famous Christmas Tree' Criticized For Looking Sparse, Droopy And Sad
Every year, a Norwegian city gives London a Christmas tree in gratitude for British aid during World War II. However, many are not impressed with this year's present.

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Dec 05, 2019

Top Judiciary Republican Says White House Should Participate In Impeachment Inquiry
The top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee tells NPR the Trump administration should take part in the process, but says Democrats have made cooperation all but impossible.

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Dec 05, 2019

Top Judiciary Republican Says White House Should Participate In Inquiry, With Caveats
The top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee tells NPR the Trump administration should take part in the process but says Democrats have made cooperation all but impossible.

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Dec 05, 2019

Offshore Wind May Help The Planet — But Will It Hurt Whales?
New York has awarded two contracts for large offshore wind farms, with more anticipated. Researchers are surveying whales in the area to craft strategies to mitigate dangers to them and their habitat.

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Dec 05, 2019

In Tense Exchange, Biden Calls Iowa Voter A 'Damn Liar,' Challenges Him To IQ Test
The confrontation comes amid a week in which Biden appeared to be strengthening his standing as the Democratic front-runner. The exchange is not the first time Biden has got toe-to-toe with a voter.

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Dec 05, 2019

UAW Names Rory Gamble As President, The First African American To Lead Union
Gamble, 64, will serve the remainder of the term of former head Gary Jones, who has been implicated in a federal embezzlement and bribery scheme at the union and resigned his post last month.

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Dec 05, 2019

White House Names Controversial Pick To Head Homelessness Office
Advocates for the homeless worry that Robert Marbut, a consultant who has been hired by many cities, will roll back the successes of arranging housing for the homeless.

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Dec 05, 2019

GM And LG Chem Plan $2.3 Billion Electric Battery Venture In Ohio
The two companies expect to create more than 1,100 jobs in northeast Ohio. The new plant will be built near GM's Lordstown facility that was shuttered earlier this year.

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Dec 05, 2019

Lawmakers Call For Investigation After NPR Report On Troubled Student Loan Program
NPR found the vast majority of student loan borrowers with disabilities aren't getting the debt relief they're owed. Now, a bipartisan group of lawmakers is asking for an investigation.

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Dec 05, 2019

Why America's 1-Percenters Are Richer Than Europe's
The share of total income of the top 1% of earners in the U.S. more than doubled over four decades. But in Europe, the gains were less dramatic. What accounts for the difference across the Atlantic?

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Dec 05, 2019

Ukrainian President Takes Offense At Suggestion Of Quid Pro Quo, Journalist Says
Time correspondent Simon Shuster recently spoke with Ukraine's president. After six months in office, Shuster says Volodymyr Zelensky is "quite cynical" and feels "there are no reliable allies."

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Dec 05, 2019

A Comet From Another Star Hints That Our Solar System Isn't One-Of-A-Kind
The comet, 2I/Borisov, looks surprisingly like comets closer to home. It's a sign that the processes that formed the sun and planets are at work elsewhere in the universe.

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Dec 05, 2019

Opera Star Vittorio Grigolo Fired By Metropolitan Opera, Royal Opera
His simultaneous dismissal from two of the world's leading opera houses comes after an investigation into allegations of misconduct during a Royal Opera performance in Tokyo.

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Dec 05, 2019

Port Neches Residents Asked To Leave Their Homes Near Site Of Plant Explosion
Officials in the Southeast Texas city have issued a voluntary evacuation order, citing potentially unhealthy levels of a chemical detected more than a week after the blast at the local facility.

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Dec 05, 2019

Scientists Find Surprising Age-Related Protein Waves In Blood
They've identified hundreds of proteins in human blood that wax and wane in surprising ways as we age. The findings could provide important clues about which substances in the blood can slow aging.

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Dec 05, 2019

National Strike In France Shuts Down Cities Over Macron's Pension Reform Plans
Thousands of people march in the streets of Paris, Lyon, Marseille and other French cities, in a general strike that reflects anger both at Macron and his retirement plan.

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Dec 05, 2019

Russian Hacking Group Evil Corp. Charged By Federal Prosecutors In Alleged Bank Fraud
Officials say Evil Corp. developed and distributed a type of malware that infected computers around the world and harvested banking credentials in order to steal some $100 million.

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Dec 05, 2019

Pelosi Says House Democrats Will Draft Articles Of Impeachment Against Trump
The House speaker made the announcement Thursday morning at the Capitol, following the first hearing on Wednesday by the panel that would draft those articles.

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Dec 05, 2019

WATCH LIVE: Pelosi Addresses Status Of Impeachment Inquiry
The House speaker is making remarks Thursday morning at the Capitol, following the first hearing on Wednesday by the panel that would draft those articles. Watch her remarks live.

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Dec 05, 2019

Despite Job Boom, More Men Are Giving Up On Work
The long economic recovery has brought unemployment to historic lows. But the number of men in the labor force during their prime working age has dropped significantly over the past 50 years.

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Dec 05, 2019

A Dreaded Part Of Teachers' Jobs: Restraining And Secluding Students
"It's a rare day where you don't get hurt." "I just never felt fully comfortable." Those are just a few of the things educators told NPR about their use of restraint and seclusion in classrooms.

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Dec 05, 2019

Delivery Only: The Rise Of Restaurants With No Diners As Apps Take Orders
Restaurants without diners are popping up all over the place. "Ghost kitchens" and menus that exist solely in smartphone apps like DoorDash and Uber Eats seek to feed diners' appetite for delivery.

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Dec 05, 2019

Navigating The Fallout Of Alleged Abuse And Betrayal In A Sacred Muslim Space
An American Muslim organization severed ties with its founder over allegations of abuse. It reignited a conversation among American Muslims about how to hold faith leaders accountable.

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Dec 05, 2019

This Minnesota City Has A Bird Poop Problem, But The Crow Patrol Is On It
Rochester's fight with downtown crows and their poop intensifies each winter. Chasing them away falls to a dedicated band of city workers armed with lasers, starter pistols and crow distress calls.

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Dec 05, 2019

How Would A Wealth Tax Work?
Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are big champions of taxing the very rich on their wealth, not just income. The public is behind it, but there are big challenges to implementing the plan.

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Dec 05, 2019

#DemsSoWhite? Harris Exit Raises Hard Questions About Race And Power
The Democratic Party faces the prospect of a debate in two weeks with only white candidates on stage. Earlier, they had the most diverse presidential candidate field in history.

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Dec 05, 2019

#DemsSoWhite? Kamala Harris' Exit Raises Hard Questions About Race And Power
The Democratic Party faces the prospect of a debate in two weeks with only white candidates onstage. Earlier, they had the most diverse presidential candidate field in history.

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Dec 05, 2019

'It's A Fluid Process': Republicans Huddle With White House On Senate Trial
During a House impeachment hearing President Trump rebuked, White House officials huddled with Senate Republicans on Capitol Hill to plot a potential trial in the upper chamber.

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Dec 05, 2019

Trauma Surgeon Battles Bullets In The Operating Room And The Community
Weary of losing neighbors and patients to gunfire, St. Louis trauma surgeon Laurie Punch has a message: Gun violence is contagious, but so is healing. Doctors who teach can be part of the solution.

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Dec 05, 2019

Sailor Kills 2, Wounds 1 Before Taking Own Life At Hawaii's Pearl Harbor Base
The U.S. Navy says the gunman was assigned to a nuclear-powered attack submarine currently in port. No motive has been identified.

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Dec 05, 2019

Sailor Kills 2, Wounds 1 Before Taking Own Life At Pearl Harbor Base
The U.S. Navy says the gunman was assigned to a nuclear-powered attack submarine currently in port. No motive has been identified.

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Dec 04, 2019

Hair Dyes And Straighteners Linked To Higher Cancer Risk, Especially For Black Women
Many women get their hair dyed or straightened regularly with products that contain thousands of chemicals. Researchers are teasing out whether our hair habits could be raising our breast cancer risk.

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Dec 04, 2019

Noeel: Electric Eel Lights Up Christmas Tree In Tennessee
Every time the electric eel named Miguel Wattson releases a jolt of electricity, a festively decorated Christmas tree next to his tank at the Tennessee Aquarium flickers and glows.

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Dec 04, 2019

Instagram Now Requires Users To Provide Their Age
The Facebook-owned social media giant will use the information to ensure a safer platform for younger users and more accurately targeted ads across the board.

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Dec 04, 2019

George Zimmerman Sues Trayvon Martin's Family For More Than $100 Million
Zimmerman and his lawyer, Larry Klayman, allege that a key witness for the prosecution was an impostor. Martin's family calls it an "unfounded and reckless lawsuit."

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Dec 04, 2019

Former President Jimmy Carter Discharged From Hospital
Carter, 95, has suffered a string of health challenges in recent months. He was released from a Georgia hospital Wednesday after receiving treatment for a urinary tract infection.

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Dec 04, 2019

All For One And One For Four: Turner Prize Finalists Decide To Split Honor
The award is typically given to just one visual artist born or based in the U.K. But this year, its four politically committed finalists asked to make a "collective statement" — and got their wish.

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Dec 04, 2019

China Rebukes House Bill Condemning Crackdown On Uighurs
The bill, which passed on Tuesday night in a 407-1 vote, condemns Beijing's treatment of the Muslim minority in Western China. It comes days after a measure supporting Hong Kong protesters.

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Dec 04, 2019

Giuliani, Nunes and '-1,': A Look At What The Impeachment Report Phone Records Mean
House investigators cited a series of newly disclosed telephone records that have set off new scrutiny and questions about key players in the Ukraine affair.

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Dec 04, 2019

Giuliani, Nunes and '-1': A Look At What The Impeachment Report Phone Records Mean
House investigators cited a series of newly disclosed telephone records that have set off new scrutiny and questions about key players in the Ukraine affair.

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Dec 04, 2019

'The Best Thing You Can Do Is Not Buy More Stuff,' Says 'Secondhand' Expert
"Your average thrift store in the United States only sells about one-third of the stuff that ends up on its shelves," Adam Minter says. His book explores what happens to the things that don't sell.

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Dec 04, 2019

Widely Respected Japanese Humanitarian Among 6 Killed In Afghanistan Attack
Tetsu Nakamura, a native of Fukuoka, spent years working to improve living conditions in rural areas of Afghanistan. He was gunned down Wednesday along with five associates.

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Dec 04, 2019

Widely Respected Japanese Humanitarian Among Six Killed In Afghanistan Attack
Tetsu Nakamura, a native of Fukuoka, spent years working to improve living conditions in rural areas of Afghanistan. He was gunned down Wednesday along with five associates.

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Dec 04, 2019

HIV Prevention Drugs Are Available For Free: How Do You Get Them?
For people at high risk of HIV, taking a daily dose of a prevention drug is essential. But many can't afford it. A new federal program makes the drugs available for free.

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Dec 04, 2019

Against Trump's Wishes, Georgia Gov. Appoints Kelly Loeffler To Fill Senate Seat
Loeffler is the CEO of the financial platform Bakkt, as well as co-owner of the WNBA franchise the Atlanta Dream. The president reportedly wanted Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp to appoint someone else.

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Dec 04, 2019

Nearly 700,000 SNAP Recipients Could Lose Benefits Under New Trump Rule
The Trump administration has finalized a rule to limit food stamp benefits for single able-bodied adults who can't show that they work more than 20 hours a week, though legal challenges are possible.

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