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Nov 12, 2018

Democrat Kyrsten Sinema Wins Arizona Senate Race, Flipping Second GOP Seat
Sinema is the first woman Arizona has elected to the Senate ever, and the first Democrat the state elected to the chamber in 30 years. She'll make history as the first openly bisexual senator.

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Nov 12, 2018

Democrat Kyrsten Sinema Wins Arizona Senate Seat
Democrat Kyrsten Sinema has defeated Republican Martha McSally to win the Arizona Senate race, the Associated Press projected Monday evening.

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Nov 12, 2018

Alexander Hamilton's Heirlooms Loaned To Philadelphia Museum
Personal artifacts of a Founding Father will be on display in Philadelphia through March 2019. They were loaned by a fifth great-grandson.

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Nov 12, 2018

Want A Private Jet? Mexico's Next President Has One Up For Sale
Andrés Manuel López Obrador, known as AMLO, vowed that if elected he would fly commercial — not on the presidential jet. As his inauguration approaches, he's looking for a buyer.

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Nov 12, 2018

Close Elections: Fla. Judge Calls Out Fraud 'Rhetoric'; Ariz. Democrat Extends Lead
Recounts are underway in the close Florida races for governor and Senate. Georgia and Arizona are moving closer to final results in their respective races for governor and Senate.

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Nov 12, 2018

Close Elections: Fla. Judge Calls Out Fraud 'Rhetoric'; Georgia Nears Deadline
Recounts are underway in the close Florida races for governor and Senate. Georgia counties have to report results by Tuesday evening, which could move the race for governor closer to a final result.

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Nov 12, 2018

Close Elections: Fla. Judge Calls Out Fraud 'Rhetoric,' Ariz. Democrat Extends Lead
Recounts are underway in the close Florida races for governor and Senate. Georgia and Arizona are moving closer to final results in their respective races for governor and Senate.

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Nov 12, 2018

Stocks Start The Week With A Plunge, Dragged Down By Tech Shares
The Dow fell more than 600 points, or 2.3 percent, Monday. Investors are said to be worried about signs that the global economy may be slowing, even though the U.S. economy is faring well.

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Nov 12, 2018

Commercial Satellites Reveal North Korean Missile Base
The previously undisclosed base contains networks of tunnels used to hide and fuel mobile missiles. Intelligence agencies believe there are some 20 similar bases scattered throughout North Korea.

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Nov 12, 2018

Violence Flares After Israeli Operation In Gaza Turns Deadly
Sunday's operation in the Gaza Strip left one Israeli and seven Palestinians dead. A day later, Israel and militants in Gaza traded hundreds of rockets and mortar shells.

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Nov 12, 2018

Megafires More Frequent Because Of Climate Change And Forest Management
Dry weather and strong winds mean that what would have been small blazes in the past are now monster fires. And more people live in harm's way.

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Nov 12, 2018

Vatican Insists U.S. Bishops Put Off Vote On Their Response To Sexual Abuse Crisis
"At the insistence of the Holy See, we will not be voting" on a standard of conduct and other actions, said Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

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Nov 12, 2018

A Marvel Of A Man: Stan Lee Dead At 95
Lee gave us over six decades' worth of superheroes we could identify with, characters like Spider-Man and The Incredible Hulk, who reacted to super-powered crises in believably flawed, human ways.

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Nov 12, 2018

Counting The Bugs And Bacteria, You're 'Never Home Alone' (And That's OK)
Ecologist Rob Dunn's new book describes the tiny life forms, helpful and risky, that live in different parts of the home, including on floors and in water faucets, basements and heating systems.

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Nov 12, 2018

Rohingya Repatriation Set To Begin, As Amnesty Revokes Award To Aung San Suu Kyi
A long-planned deportation of refugees from Bangladesh back to Myanmar is set to begin this week. Rohingya are reportedly fleeing refugee camps to avoid being sent back to the country they escaped.

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Nov 12, 2018

Canada Has Heard Recordings Of Khashoggi's Death, Trudeau Confirms
"Canada has been fully briefed up on what Turkey had to share," Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in Paris, becoming the first Western leader to acknowledge the audio recordings.

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Nov 12, 2018

Sourdough Hands: How Bakers And Bread Are A Microbial Match
In Robert Dunn's new book, Never Home Alone, he explores our symbiotic relationship with food: Not only do we impact the bacteria in our food, but the microbes in our food imprint our bodies.

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Nov 12, 2018

Farm Supervisor Faces Charges Over Australia's Needles-In-Strawberries Scare
Earlier this fall, needles were repeatedly found inside strawberries sold at grocery stores. Now a 50-year-old Berry Licious employee is being prosecuted and could face 10 years in jail if convicted.

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Nov 12, 2018

New Physical Activity Guidelines Urge Americans: Move More, Sit Less
After 10 years, the government has updated its physical activity advice. The new message? Every little bit of movement helps you stay healthy and is better than sitting on your couch.

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Nov 12, 2018

R.I.P. HAL: Douglas Rain, Voice Of Computer In '2001,' Dies At 90
Rain was best known for the eerie, sonorous voice he lent to HAL 9000 in the 1968 Stanley Kubrick film. However, he was also celebrated for his decades of performances on the Shakespearean stage.

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Nov 12, 2018

Democrats Say Their First Bill Will Focus On Strengthening Democracy At Home
The first bill House Democrats' will vote on would establish automatic voter registration, strengthen the Voting Rights Act, limit partisan redistricting and tighten campaign finance laws.

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Nov 12, 2018

Can A Woman's Rising Social Status Bring Down Rates Of Domestic Violence?
Two new studies offer unexpected insights — and solutions — into the problem of spousal abuse.

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Nov 12, 2018

The Florida Recount Of 2000: A Nightmare That Goes On Haunting
The weeks-long battle over "hanging chads" that ultimately landed the fate of the presidency in the U.S. Supreme Court, continues to cast a long shadow over the nation's political psyche.

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Nov 12, 2018

Mysterious Suitcase Helps Connecticut Man Discover His Grandfather's WWII Service
After decades, a Connecticut man found his grandfather's grave in the Netherlands, and the Dutch family members that were the grave's volunteer caretakers.

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Nov 12, 2018

Families Of The Disappeared: A Search For Loved Ones Held In China's Xinjiang Region
A Kazakh rights organization has collected more than 1,000 testimonies from ethnic Kazakhs and Uighurs whose families have disappeared into a network of internment camps in Xinjiang.

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Nov 12, 2018

Retailers Plan To Clear Deadly Paint Removers From Shelves, As EPA Delays Ban
A chemical in common paint removal products is implicated in more than 50 deaths. Even though a federal ban has been delayed, some major retailers are voluntarily taking the products off shelves.

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Nov 12, 2018

EXCLUSIVE: Michelle Obama Reads From Her Forthcoming Memoir 'Becoming'
In two audio clips from her memoir, set to hit shelves Tuesday, the former first lady reads about her life at Princeton and about her difficulties having a baby.

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Nov 11, 2018

Death Toll In California Wildfires Climbs To At Least 31
Firefighters are racing against wind gusts to control blazes raging in two areas of the state. In Northern California, officials say six more bodies were found.

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Nov 11, 2018

Dan Crenshaw, Navy SEAL And Congressman-elect, Takes To 'SNL' For A Teachable Moment
Republican Dan Crenshaw is one of at least 16 new veterans who were elected to the House in the midterm elections.

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Nov 11, 2018

After NRA Mocks Doctors, Physicians Reply: 'This Is Our Lane'
"We are not anti-gun: we are anti-bullet holes in our patients," wrote one physician in response to the NRA. Another posted a photo of his own scrubs, bloody from trying to save a gunshot victim.

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Nov 11, 2018

Reporting On Mass Shootings: A Familiar Heartbreaking Script
In the past year, NPR's Leila Fadel has had to report on the mass shooting in Las Vegas, and last week's shooting in Thousand Oaks, Calif., that left 13 dead, including the gunman.

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Nov 11, 2018

World Leaders Warn Against Nationalism At World War I Remembrance Ceremony
In a speech at the Arc de Triomphe, French President Emmanuel Macron took aim at the style of nationalism that has been embraced by President Trump.

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Nov 11, 2018

Archaeologists Discover Dozens Of Cat Mummies, 100 Cat Statues In Ancient Tomb
Rare mummified scarabs, preserved in coffins decorated with beetle drawings, were also found. Egypt hopes to attract visitors to the country's heritage sites, where tourism has dropped since 2011.

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Nov 11, 2018

Iran And Trading Partners Will Find Ways To Skirt Sanctions, Analysts Say
The Trump administration hopes the sanctions will force Iran to negotiate a new nuclear deal. But analysts point out there are overt and covert activities to avoid the penalties.

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Nov 11, 2018

Looming Shutdown Of The Navajo Generating Station Means New Jobs Far From Home
For decades the Navajo Generating Station provided a good livelihood for Navajo and Hopi tribes. But the plant is scheduled to close next year, leaving 500 workers scrambling for an alternative.

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Nov 11, 2018

To Decrease Bird Kills, Cat Lovers Team Up With Bird Lovers In D.C. Cat Count
Outdoor cats kill as many as 4 billion birds each year in this country. But how many cats are there, really? Now a team of technicians is trying to count Washington, D.C.'s feral felines.

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Nov 11, 2018

10 Notable People Leaving Congress
Thanks to a mix of retirements and defeats on Tuesday, some of the most high-profile lawmakers will soon be exiting Capitol Hill, from Paul Ryan to Beto O'Rourke to Claire McCaskill.

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Nov 11, 2018

Dan Crenshaw Mocks Pete Davidson And Robert De Niro Returns As Mueller On 'SNL'
Pete Davidson made fun of newly elected congressman Dan Crenshaw's eye patch last week. Crenshaw stopped by this week to say Davidson "looks like if the meth from Breaking Bad was a person."

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Nov 10, 2018

Turkey Says Recordings Of Jamal Khashoggi's Murder Have Been Given To The U.S.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the audio recordings were handed over to the U.S. and other Western countries. Saudi Arabia has denied its Crown Prince was involved in the murder.

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Nov 10, 2018

With California's Raging Fires, Fear And Devastation
One of the fires "came to play with a vengeance," said Scott McLean, a deputy chief with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. "Nothing is going to stop this fire."

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Nov 10, 2018

At Least 23 Dead In California's Raging Wildfires
One of the fires "came to play with a vengeance," said Scott McLean, a deputy chief with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. "Nothing is going to stop this fire."

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Nov 10, 2018

At Least 25 Dead In California's Raging Wildfires
More than 250,000 have been driven out of their homes as the state was engulfed by five identified fires, from north to south.

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Nov 10, 2018

Former Attorney General Says Whitaker Appointment 'Confounds Me'
Alberto Gonzales says there are "legitimate questions" about whether Matthew Whitaker can serve as acting attorney general without Senate confirmation.

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Nov 10, 2018

Clinics That Provide Abortions Anxious After An Uptick In Threats Of Violence
The release of Rachelle "Shelley" Shannon, who was imprisoned for shooting and injuring an abortion provider in 1993, has clinics on edge amid increased harassment of clinics that provide abortions.

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Nov 10, 2018

Clinics That Provide Abortions On Edge After An Uptick In Threats Of Violence
The release of Rachelle "Shelley" Shannon, who was imprisoned for shooting and injuring an abortion provider in 1993, has clinics on edge amid increased harassment of clinics that provide abortions.

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Nov 10, 2018

Vitamin D And Fish Oil Supplements Disappoint In Long-Awaited Study Results
After years of debate, a major government funded study failed to find any overall benefit of taking widely used supplements to protect against heart disease or cancer.

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Nov 10, 2018

Vitamin D And Fish Oil Supplements Mostly Disappoint In Long-Awaited Research Results
After years of debate, a major government funded study failed to find any overall benefit of taking widely used supplements to protect against heart disease or cancer.

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Nov 10, 2018

Trump's Meeting In Paris To Commemorate End of World War I Starts With A Spat
Before a meeting of world leaders, meant to signal that tragedies of the war are long past, the presidents had a rough start. Trump called Macron's proposal for a European military "insulting."

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Nov 10, 2018

Florida Elections For Governor And U.S. Senate Heading For Recount
Machine counting of votes will begin this week after narrow margins were reported in the races for governor and U.S. Senate.

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Nov 10, 2018

'Farming While Black': A Guide To Finding Power And Dignity Through Food
Leah Penniman's new book teaches farming to address issues such as racism, health disparities and food access. She also traces some farming technologies back to their widely unknown African roots.

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Nov 10, 2018

Childbirth In The Age Of Addiction: New Mom Worries About Maintaining Her Sobriety
Pain medications commonly used in labor present medical and mental challenges for pregnant women recovering from opioid addiction.

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Nov 10, 2018

As Construction Of Keystone XL Is Paused, Tribes Brace For What's Next
A federal judge in Montana blocked further work on the Keystone XL oil pipeline this week. Construction was scheduled to start in January 2019 and TransCanada says it's still committed to the project.

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Nov 10, 2018

The Russia Investigations: Who's Running The Justice Department?
The president's appointment of a new acting AG ejected Jeff Sessions and leapfrogged Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein, the only person at DOJ who the president may like less than Sessions or Robert Mueller.

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Nov 09, 2018

Michelle Obama Tells NPR She 'Never Ever' Would Have Chosen Politics For Herself
"It was very difficult being married to a man that felt like politics was his destiny," the former first lady tells All Things Considered host Audie Cornish in a wide-ranging interview about her life.

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Nov 09, 2018

Man Suspected Of Mailing Pipe Bombs Is Indicted And Faces Life In Prison
A 30-count indictment was handed up in Manhattan federal court on Friday for Cesar Sayoc, the Florida man who is accused of sending pipe bombs by mail to prominent Trump critics.

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Nov 09, 2018

Driver Who Slammed Into Church Bus Sentenced To 55 Years In Prison
Thirteen people on the bus were killed. Jack Young made a tearful apology to the victims' families on Friday. He was under the influence of drugs when he drove head-on into the bus.

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Nov 09, 2018

AI News Anchor Makes Debut In China
"This is my very first day at Xinhua News Agency," says a sharply dressed artificial intelligence news anchor. "I look forward to bringing you the brand new news experiences."

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Nov 09, 2018

What Do Blue And Red America Have In Common? Craft Breweries — And More
There are some things in America that you can find in both Montana and Manhattan.

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Nov 09, 2018

FDA Cracks Down On E-Cigarette Sales To Curb Teen Vaping
The Food and Drug Administration is set to ban sales of e-cigarettes at gas stations and convenience stores, which is where teens often go to buy them.

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Nov 09, 2018

Pelosi Confident She'll Be Speaker Despite Effort To Derail Her Bid
A group of roughly 10 House Democrats is organizing an effort to oppose Pelosi as the next speaker of the House, but they admit they don't have an alternate candidate yet.

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Nov 09, 2018

Deaths From Gun Violence: How The U.S. Compares With The Rest Of The World
A new report says the U.S. has the 28th highest rate in the world: 4.43 deaths due to gun violence per 100,000 people in 2017. By contrast, Bangladesh saw 0.07 deaths per 100,000 people.

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Nov 09, 2018

Another Mass Shooting? 'Compassion Fatigue' Is A Natural Reaction.
As the incidents of mass shootings in the U.S. occur, some people are starting to feel numbed by them. Psychologists says this is normal.

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Nov 09, 2018

Another Mass Shooting? 'Compassion Fatigue' Is A Natural Reaction
As the incidents of mass shootings in the U.S. occur, some people are starting to feel numbed by them. Psychologists says this is normal.

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Nov 09, 2018

Trump Falsely Claims Not To Know The Man He Hand-Picked As Acting Attorney General
Trump said on Friday that he doesn't know Matthew Whitaker. Last month on television, the president said not only that he knew him but that he is a "great guy."

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Nov 09, 2018

Trump Falsely Claims Not To Know The Man He Handpicked As Acting Attorney General
Trump said on Friday that he doesn't know Matthew Whitaker. Last month on television, the president said not only that he knew him but that he is a "great guy."

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Nov 09, 2018

'A Hurting City': Thousand Oaks Grieves Victims Of The Borderline Shooting
"Tonight, we are a hurting city," Mayor Andy Fox told a large crowd of people who had gathered for a vigil at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

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Nov 09, 2018

Why Did Bill Gates Give A Talk With A Jar Of Human Poop By His Side?
Since 2011, the tech mogul has poured $200 million into developing new and improved toilets. At his Reinvented Toilet Expo in Beijing, the innovations were showcased for the first time.

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Nov 09, 2018

Wildfires Wreak Havoc On California, Including A Thousand Oaks Still In Mourning
While the small community coped with a mass shooting Thursday, two dangerous blazes began nearby. Now firefighters are scrambling to contain them — as yet another fire rages hundreds of miles north.

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Nov 09, 2018

At Least 5 Dead As Blazes Ravage California
Three wildfires have forced more than 150,000 people to evacuate their homes across the state. Two of those dangerous blazes menaced Thousand Oaks even as it struggles to cope with a mass shooting.

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Nov 09, 2018

At Least 5 Dead As Blazes Ravage California, Including A Thousand Oaks In Mourning
Three wildfires have forced more than 150,000 people to evacuate their homes across the state. Two of those dangerous blazes menaced Thousand Oaks even as it struggles to cope with a mass shooting.

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Nov 09, 2018

At Least 9 Dead As Blazes Ravage California
Three wildfires have forced 250,000 people to evacuate their homes across the state. Two of those dangerous blazes menaced Thousand Oaks even as it struggles to cope with a mass shooting.

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Nov 09, 2018

After A Year Of Turmoil, New VA Secretary Says 'Waters Are Calmer'
Robert Wilkie is President Trump's second VA secretary; his first was fired after clashing with political appointees. Wilkie insists he's put an end to infighting at the department.

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Nov 09, 2018

Scientists Spy On Bees, See Harmful Effects Of Common Insecticide
Bees exposed to a type of insecticides called neonicotinoids dramatically changed their behavior — becoming sluggish, antisocial and spending less time caring for the colony's young, researchers say.

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Nov 09, 2018

Should Childhood Trauma Be Treated As A Public Health Crisis?
New research highlights the link between childhood trauma and mental illness and addiction in adulthood, leading some researchers to call it an issue as pressing as any infectious disease.

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Nov 09, 2018

'Entire Families Wiped Out': U.S. Airstrikes Killed Many Civilians In Syria
Rescuers working to dig out and identify corpses from last year's anti-ISIS offensive in Raqqa estimate there were "thousands" of civilian casualties. The U.S.-led coalition acknowledges 104.

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Nov 09, 2018

Michelle Obama Tells The Story Of 'Becoming' Herself — And The Struggle To Hang On
The former first lady's new book is a story about her history, how that influenced who she is — and learning to adapt after agreeing to let that life be hijacked by politics.

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Nov 09, 2018

Florida Could Be Headed For Recounts: Here's How They Would Work
If a candidate is defeated by a 0.5 percent or less margin, state law will trigger an automatic machine recount, which would then be ordered by the Florida secretary of state.

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Nov 09, 2018

Military To Get Greater Scrutiny With Democrats Controlling The House
The Trump administration's military operations in Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq have been relatively free of congressional oversight. That will change in the House when Democrats take control next year.

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Nov 09, 2018

As Florida Races Narrow, Trump And Scott Spread Claims Of Fraud Without Evidence
Floridians should be worried about "rampant voter fraud in Palm Beach and Broward Counties," Gov. Rick Scott said. Previous claims of widespread fraud are considered false by voting experts.

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Nov 09, 2018

3 Stabbed, 1 Dead In Australia In Incident Police Say Is Possible Terrorism
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack in Melbourne in which a knife-wielding man lunged at passersby before being shot and killed by police.

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Nov 09, 2018

What 2018 Elections Could Tell Us About The 2020 Presidential Map
Florida remains the most important state for Trump in his re-election, and Republicans are just barely hanging on in big races. Democratic gains in Rust Belt states could spell trouble.

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Nov 09, 2018

New Medicare Advantage Benefits Are Supposed To Help Seniors Stay Out Of The Hospital
To help seniors stay healthy and independent, some Medicare plans will soon cover things like home-delivered meals or rides to the doctor, but finding plans that include the coverage is not easy.

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Nov 09, 2018

Judge Puts Keystone XL Pipeline On Hold Pending Further Environmental Study
Judge Brian Morris wrote the State Department's analysis of the pipeline's potential environmental impact fell short of a "hard look" on several items, including greenhouse gas emissions.

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Nov 09, 2018

In A Setback For Trump, Judge Blocks Keystone Pipeline Construction
Judge Brian Morris wrote the State Department's analysis of the pipeline's potential environmental impact fell short of a "hard look" on several items, including greenhouse gas emissions.

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Nov 09, 2018

In A Setback For Trump, Judge Blocks Keystone XL Pipeline Construction
Judge Brian Morris wrote the State Department's analysis of the pipeline's potential environmental impact fell short of a "hard look" on several items, including greenhouse gas emissions.

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Nov 08, 2018

'This Is Going To Be Absolutely Heart-wrenching': The Thousand Oaks Shooting Victims
Not all the victims' names have not been released but among those confirmed are three men and a woman. They range from 18 to 33 — a reflection of the crowd drawn to the bar's "College Country Night."

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Nov 08, 2018

Gab Server Subpoenaed By Pennsylvania Attorney General
Tweets by Gab, a social media site used by the suspect in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, show that the site's new server host, Epik has been served a subpoena by the Pittsburgh Attorney General.

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Nov 08, 2018

Satanists Sue Netflix, Warner Bros. For $150M, Saying 'Sabrina' Copied Their Statue
The Satanic Temple has used the statue to protest for freedom of religion. Now, it says the media giants have lifted its copyrighted design for a depiction of evil in the streaming series.

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Nov 08, 2018

Federal Appeals Court Deals Trump Another Setback On DACA
The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals is the first appeals court to rule on Trump's effort to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.

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Nov 08, 2018

Duck Boat Captain Indicted In Missouri Lake Accident That Killed 17
Kenneth McKee was charged with 17 federal counts of criminal negligence, misconduct and inattention to duty. U.S. Attorney Tim Garrison said, "Each represents a life that was lost."

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Nov 08, 2018

Paradise, Calif., Destroyed By Wildfire, Authorities Say
The entire town of 27,000 people was evacuated in front of the wildfire in Northern California. The fire is the latest in a string of disastrous wildfires to hit the state in the past year.

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Nov 08, 2018

Trump Administration Seeks To Limit Asylum-Seekers With New Rule
The change announced on Thursday is designed to prohibit migrants who cross the border outside of designated entry points from seeking asylum in the U.S. It is almost certain to face legal challenges.

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Nov 08, 2018

Bernie Sanders Clarifies Comments About Racism Hurting Black Candidates
Sanders accuses Republicans who ran against Stacey Abrams in Georgia and Andrew Gillum in Florida of using racist strategies after he initially said voters were uncomfortable backing black candidates.

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Nov 08, 2018

After Midterm Defeat, Advocates For Montana's Medicaid Expansion Turn To Legislature
If a funding extension can't be hammered out in the Montana Legislature, the state could be the first to undo an expansion of Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.

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Nov 08, 2018

Plagued By War and Famine, Yemen Is 'No Longer A Functioning State,' Journalist Warns
In 2015, Saudi Arabia initiated a bombing campaign against Yemen that continues today. Journalist Robert Worth says the results have been devastating — and that the U.S. shares some of the blame.

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Nov 08, 2018

Eric Schneiderman Won't Face Criminal Charges Over Allegations Of Abuse
Multiple women say the former N.Y. attorney general physically attacked them. A prosecutor says she believes the women but "legal impediments" preclude any charges. She's proposed a legislative fix.

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Nov 08, 2018

Health Care For The Migrant Caravan: Flu, Blisters But Definitely Not Smallpox
At a rest stop in Mexico City, adults are treated for respiratory and stomach bugs. Their feet are in bad shape. There's anxiety and fear among adults and children. But ... definitely no smallpox.

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Nov 08, 2018

Scorecard: Trump Declares 'Great Victory,' But 34 Of His Candidates Lost
Trump highlighted the success of candidates he held rallies for, embracing the idea that the midterms were a referendum on him. But his record is far more mixed than he lets on.

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Nov 08, 2018

What We Know About The Thousand Oaks Shooting Suspect
Authorities have identified the gunman as Ian David Long, 28, a Marine Corps veteran. The Ventura County, Calif., sheriff says his office had a number of interactions with Long in recent years.

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Nov 08, 2018

It's Not Over: Days After Election, These Races Are Still Undecided
While Democrats won control of the House, and Republicans expanded their majority in the Senate, many individual races remain too close to call.

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