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Jan 18, 2020

After A Fall At Baylor, Ken Starr Became A Fox Regular, And Then, A Trump Defender
Ken Starr was stripped of his presidency at Baylor University in 2016, accused of overseeing an administration that ignored a campus sexual assault scandal.

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Jan 18, 2020

Women's March Draws A Smaller, But Passionate Crowd
In its fourth annual iteration, the anti-Trump protest focused on climate change, reproductive justice and immigration.

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Jan 18, 2020

From Obscurity To Impeachment Figure: Who is Robert Hyde?
Hyde says he was joking when he messaged an associate of Rudy Giuliani that he was tracking former U.S. Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch. Now, U.S. and Ukrainian authorities are investigating.

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Jan 18, 2020

White House Responds To Senate Impeachment Trial Summons
The response is a formal part of the process in the impeachment trial, which begins Tuesday. It marks the first time the president has outlined a legal case for his acquittal.

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Jan 18, 2020

Read The White House Response To The Senate Impeachment Trial Summons
The response is a formal part of the process in the Senate impeachment trial, which begins Tuesday.

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Jan 18, 2020

Read The Impeachment Managers' Response To The Senate Impeachment Trial Summons
The response is a formal part of the process in the Senate impeachment trial, which begins Tuesday.

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Jan 18, 2020

Harry And Meghan Are No Longer Working Members Of The Royal Family, Palace Says
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also will stop receiving public funds for royal duties and will not use their "royal highness" titles.

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Jan 18, 2020

A Mayor In Norway's Arctic Looks To China To Reinvent His Frontier Town
Melting ice means ships are plowing along polar lanes, so Rune Rafaelsen wants Chinese investors to help turn the small town of Kirkenes into a major logistics hub. But doubters abound.

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Jan 18, 2020

Menopause Can Start Younger Than You Think: Here's What You Need To Know
Would you recognize the signs that your body is going through the big hormonal changes that lead to menopause? Here's what to look for — and what you can do about it.

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Jan 18, 2020

Menopause Starts Younger Than You Think: Here's What You Need To Know
Would you recognize the signs that your body is going through the big hormonal changes that lead to menopause? Here's what to look for — and what you can do about it.

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Jan 18, 2020

Meals On Wheels Serves Up Breakfast, Lunch And Community At Local Diner
Meals on Wheels usually means home delivery or lunch at a senior center. But at a new project in Vancouver, Wash., it's a retro-hip neighborhood diner where seniors can get eggs, coffee and community.

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Jan 18, 2020

Does The China Trade Deal Move The World Away From Free Trade?
While the new deal with China lowers some trade barriers, it leaves many tariffs in place. And it dictates that China buy more from the U.S., but that has other trading partners worried.

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Jan 18, 2020

Elk Raise Tensions Between Tribes And Farmers In Washington's Skagit Valley
In Washington state's Skagit Valley, a conflict is unfolding between Native Americans and farmers. Elk are making a comeback there. Local tribes are thrilled, but the agriculture industry is not.

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Jan 17, 2020

Kids' Climate Case 'Reluctantly' Dismissed By Appeals Court
The court said the nearly two dozen young people who were trying to force action by the government on climate change did not have standing to sue. The judges said climate change is a political issue.

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Jan 17, 2020

Lawyer Alan Dershowitz Draws Line On His Role In Trump Impeachment Defense
The Harvard law professor told NPR he will present constitutional arguments during the Senate trial — but will not be involved in other strategic decisions.

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Jan 17, 2020

Defense Department To Overhaul Screening For Foreign Military Trainees
Officials said they want to "ensure the program continues." To that end, the department has reviewed "how we can use our resources to do enhanced vetting."

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Jan 17, 2020

Supreme Court To Hear 'Faithless Electors' Case
At issues are state attempts to penalize electoral college delegates who fail to vote for the presidential candidate they were pledged to support.

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Jan 17, 2020

Amtrak Asks 2 People Who Use Wheelchairs To Pay $25,000 For A Ride
It usually costs $16 to take Amtrak from Chicago to Bloomington, Ill. The company defended the $25,000 cost for the extra wheelchair users, saying it reflects a new policy.

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Jan 17, 2020

Amtrak Asks Two People Who Use Wheelchairs To Pay $25,000 For A Ride
It costs $16 to take Amtrak from Chicago to Bloomington, Ill. The company defended the $25,000 cost for the wheelchair users, saying it reflects a new policy.

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Jan 17, 2020

3 Years In, 'A Very Stable Genius' Authors Say Trump Decisions Are 'More Chaotic'
Reporters Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker tell NPR they wanted to make sense of the rapid churn of Trump-era news. In a new book, they emerge with a portrait of an "undisciplined, impulsive leader."

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Jan 17, 2020

3 Alleged Members Of Hate Group 'The Base' Arrested In Georgia
This is the second trio of suspected members of The Base to be arrested this week. The group is trying to bring about the downfall of the U.S. government, according to law enforcement.

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Jan 17, 2020

3 Alleged Members Of Hate Group 'The Base' Arrested In Georgia, Another In Wisconsin
This is the second round of suspected members of The Base to be arrested this week. The group is trying to bring about the downfall of the U.S. government, according to law enforcement.

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Jan 17, 2020

Supreme Court Takes Up Birth-Control Conscience Case
The high court will consider a case involving a challenge to a Trump administration rule that allows employers to opt out of providing contraceptive coverage for religious or moral reasons.

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Jan 17, 2020

Indiana's Oldest State Worker Is Retiring At 102: 'I've Been A Pretty Lucky Guy'
Bob Vollmer, a land surveyor for nearly six decades, tells NPR he's got new projects in mind — like building a pool. And he's got some advice: "If anybody does anything for you ... say thank you."

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Jan 17, 2020

U.S. Says 11 Service Members Were Injured When Iran Attacked Iraqi Base
Eight Americans were taken to Germany and three to Kuwait to receive medical care after Iran's missile strike last week, a Defense Department spokesperson says.

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Jan 17, 2020

FBI Seizes Website Suspected Of Selling Access To Billions Of Pieces Of Stolen Data
The site weleakinfo.com is now down. The Justice Department says that for a fee, users could access stolen personal data names, phone numbers, e-mail addresses. Two people were arrested in Europe.

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Jan 17, 2020

'Freed From The Secret': Rep. Ayanna Pressley Opens Up About Living With Alopecia
The freshman lawmaker says she felt that it was particularly important for her to speak out about her condition because her hairstyle, Senegalese twists, had become a part of her political brand.

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Jan 17, 2020

The Cost Of Free: Casper Pays A Price For Generous Mattress Returns
Casper changed mattress shopping with the promise of a 100-night "risk-free" trial and easy returns. Now the cost of those returns is being scrutinized as the online company prepares to go public.

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Jan 17, 2020

Remembering Spiritual Leader Ram Dass
Dass, who died Dec. 22, was a practitioner of Eastern-inspired philosophy who became interested in the religious potential of LSD in the '60s and '70s. Originally broadcast in 1990.

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Jan 17, 2020

Eminem Releases Surprise Album, 'Music To Be Murdered By'
The rapper's 11th studio album is packaged with assists from Black Thought, Ed Sheeran, Q-Tip, Anderson .Paak and the late rapper, Juice WRLD.

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Jan 17, 2020

Iran's Ayatollah Slams 'American Clowns' In Rare Friday Prayers Sermon
"These American clowns lie" when they say they stand with the Iranian people, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei told a large crowd of worshippers in Tehran.

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Jan 17, 2020

Why Gun Violence Is Surging In Toronto
Last year, more than 760 people were shot. Canada has tighter gun laws than in the U.S., and officials and gun control advocates are trying to figure out why the surge is happening and how to stop it.

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Jan 17, 2020

Vitamin Treatment For Sepsis Fails In Large Trial
Hopes were high that a cocktail of vitamins and steroids could treat a deadly disease that kills some 270,000 Americans annually. Trial results were disappointing.

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Jan 17, 2020

In China, Birth Rate Falls To Lowest Level In 70 Years
Last year, there were 10.48 births per 1,000 people — the lowest since the People's Republic of China was founded. Beijing also said its economy cooled to the slowest pace in nearly three decades.

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Jan 17, 2020

In China, Birthrate Falls To Lowest Level In 70 Years
Last year, there were 10.48 births per 1,000 people — the lowest since the country was founded in 1949. Beijing also said its economy cooled to the slowest pace in nearly three decades.

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Jan 17, 2020

After Controversial Leaders Step Down, The Women's March Tries Again In 2020
For the fourth year, the anti-Trump Women's March will stage events in Washington, D.C., and other places. After years of controversy, the group now has new leadership and a new focus.

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Jan 17, 2020

Reporters Battle New Restrictions In Trying To Cover Senate Impeachment Trial
Authorities are cracking down on the places correspondents may go, with whom they may talk and for how long. News outlets don't want to go along.

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Jan 17, 2020

Reporters Challenge New Restrictions In Trying To Cover Senate Impeachment Trial
Authorities are cracking down on the places correspondents may go, with whom they may talk and for how long. News outlets don't want to go along.

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Jan 17, 2020

New Figures Show Billionaire Candidates Spending Big, With Little Return
Tom Steyer and Mike Bloomberg have used their own fortunes to outspend other candidates in the Democratic primary race. But so far, most voters aren't buying what they are selling.

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Jan 17, 2020

Recording Academy CEO Suspended Amid Allegations Of Misconduct
The organization that puts on the annual Grammy Awards says Deborah Dugan has been placed on administrative leave after an allegation of misconduct by a senior female member of the organization.

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Jan 17, 2020

Recording Academy CEO Suspended Amid Misconduct Allegations Ahead Of Grammy Awards
The organization that puts on the annual Grammy Awards says Deborah Dugan has been placed on administrative leave after an allegation of misconduct by a senior female member of the organization.

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Jan 16, 2020

Puerto Rico Relief: Trump Declares Major Disaster After Series Of Earthquakes
Island officials were quick to thank the president for the designation, which makes residents eligible for more financial assistance from FEMA. They were just told aid for 2017 hurricanes is coming.

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Jan 16, 2020

U.S. Virgin Islands Officials: Epstein Trafficked Girls On Private Island Until 2018
The Virgin Islands Attorney General's Office says Epstein recruited and abused young women and girls over two decades on his two private islands. Some victims allegedly were as young as 11 years old.

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Jan 16, 2020

Christopher Tolkien, 'Middle-earth's First Scholar,' Dies At 95
J.R.R. Tolkien's son was instrumental in cultivating his father's legacy, shepherding unpublished works to readers and helping extend the world of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.

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Jan 16, 2020

FBI Vows To Warn More Elections Officials If Discovering A Cyberattack
The bureau was faulted after the Russian attack on the 2016 election for keeping too much information from state and local authorities. It says it'll use a new policy going forward.

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Jan 16, 2020

FBI Vows To Warn More Election Officials If Discovering A Cyberattack
The bureau was faulted after the Russian attack on the 2016 election for keeping too much information from state and local authorities. It says it'll use a new policy going forward.

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Jan 16, 2020

Electric Burn: Those Who Bet Against Elon Musk And Tesla Are Paying A Big Price
For years, Elon Musk skeptics have shorted Tesla stock, confident the electric carmaker was on the brink of disaster. Instead, share value has skyrocketed, costing short sellers billions.

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Jan 16, 2020

New York Mets 'Part Ways' With Manager Carlos Beltrán Over Sign-Stealing Scandal
The fallout continues from a sign-stealing scandal involving the Houston Astros during the 2017 and 2018 seasons. Beltrán was part of the team in 2017, and a league investigation said he was involved.

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Jan 16, 2020

Report Defends 'Thorough Work' Done Certifying Boeing 737 Max — But Suggests Changes
Amid difficult questions about the steps taken by Boeing and regulators, the review commissioned by the Department of the Transportation largely validated the process that put the jetliner in the air.

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Jan 16, 2020

'PigeonBot' Brings Robots Closer To Bird-Like Flight
Birds change the shape of their wings far more than planes. The complexities of bird flight have posed a major design challenge for scientists trying to translate the way birds fly into robots.

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Jan 16, 2020

'PigeonBot' Brings Robots Closer To Birdlike Flight
Birds change the shape of their wings far more than planes. The complexities of bird flight have posed a major design challenge for scientists trying to translate the way birds fly into robots.

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Jan 16, 2020

Aussie Firefighters Save World's Only Groves Of Prehistoric Wollemi Pines
Fire swept through the canyons where the rare trees had outlived the dinosaurs. For days, the smoke was so thick that no one knew whether the careful plan to protect them had worked.

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Jan 16, 2020

FBI Arrests 3 Alleged Members Of White Supremacist Group Ahead Of Richmond Rally
A law enforcement official tells NPR that the three suspected members of The Base had discussed going to a pro-gun rally next week in Virginia.

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Jan 16, 2020

Microsoft Pledges To Remove From The Atmosphere All The Carbon It Has Ever Emitted
The tech giant, which says it has been "carbon neutral" for years, is vowing to go "carbon negative" — by cutting emissions, planting trees and investing in new carbon removal technology.

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Jan 16, 2020

Microsoft Pledges To Remove From The Atmosphere All The Carbon It's Ever Emitted
The tech giant, which says it has been "carbon neutral" for years, is now vowing to go "carbon negative" — by cutting emissions, planting trees and investing in new carbon removal technology.

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Jan 16, 2020

Leaked Intelligence Reports Reveal The Vast Power Iran Wields In Iraq
Intercept journalist James Risen says new documents show how Iran has embedded itself in the politics of its neighbor — and that the late Gen. Soleimani oversaw Iran's proxy wars in Iraq and Syria.

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Jan 16, 2020

TSA Says It Seized A Record Number Of Firearms At U.S. Airports Last Year
The Transportation Security Administration said 87% of the guns taken at U.S. airport checkpoints in 2019 were loaded. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International had the most firearms confiscated: 323.

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Jan 16, 2020

Coaxing Cops To Tackle Cybercrime? There's An App For That
Local police often don't feel equipped to investigate cybercrime. The NYPD is trying to teach patrol officers to ask the right questions about IP addresses, Bitcoin and phone spoofing.

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Jan 16, 2020

Sepsis Kills Millions More Worldwide Than Previously Estimated
Sepsis, or blood poisoning, arises when the body overreacts to an infection. An analysis finds that it may be involved in 20% of deaths worldwide, twice the proportion previously estimated.

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Jan 16, 2020

Stealth Disease Likely To Blame For 20% Of Worldwide Deaths
Sepsis, or blood poisoning, arises when the body overreacts to an infection. An analysis finds that it may be involved in 20% of deaths worldwide, twice the proportion previously estimated.

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Jan 16, 2020

Why Iran's Economy Has Not Collapsed Amid U.S. Sanctions And 'Maximum Pressure'
The Trump administration is applying what it calls a "maximum pressure" campaign on Iran. Although the economy has been hit hard, Iranians have managed to live under sanctions for four decades.

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Jan 16, 2020

Fetching With Wolves: What It Means That A Wolf Puppy Will Retrieve A Ball
Some wolf puppies will unexpectedly play "fetch," researchers say, showing that an urge to retrieve a ball might be an ancient wolf trait, and not a result of dog domestication.

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Jan 16, 2020

Trump Broke The Law In Freezing Ukraine Funds, Watchdog Report Concludes
The Government Accountability Office opined on Thursday that the Trump administration's actions in the Ukraine affair went beyond the bounds of a law called the Impoundment Control Act.

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Jan 16, 2020

Ukraine Is Investigating Whether U.S. Ambassador Yovanovitch Was Surveilled
Ukraine's Internal Affairs Ministry says it's asking the FBI to help determine whether international laws were broken, or "whether it is just a bravado and a fake information" from a U.S. politician.

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Jan 16, 2020

'We've Lost Everything': In Philippines, Fleeing Volcano Means Losing Livelihoods
Evacuations from a danger zone around Taal Volcano continued Thursday, with some 43,000 people living in the hardest-hit province having left their homes since Sunday's eruption.

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Jan 16, 2020

Exclusive: Trump To Reinforce Protections For Prayer In Schools
The president is expected to remind public schools that students have constitutional rights to prayer - and that they could risk losing federal funds unless those rights are protected.

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Jan 16, 2020

Trump To Reinforce Protections For Prayer In Schools
The president is expected to remind public schools that students have constitutional rights to prayer — and that they could risk losing federal funds unless those rights are protected.

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Jan 16, 2020

For Some Women Nearing Menopause, Depression And Anxiety Can Spike
Women with a history of depression and anxiety are at a higher risk of having a flair up during the time leading up to menopause. And getting doctors to take the issue seriously can be challenging.

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Jan 16, 2020

As Menopause Nears, Be Aware It Can Trigger Depression And Anxiety, Too
Women with a history of depression and anxiety are at a higher risk of having a flare-up during the time leading up to menopause. And getting doctors to take the issue seriously can be challenging.

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Jan 16, 2020

Scientists Sent Mighty Mice To Space To Improve Treatments Back On Earth
Forty mice spent more than a month in orbit to test two approaches to strengthening muscle and bone in microgravity conditions. The results could help people with muscle and bone diseases.

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Jan 16, 2020

Senators To Be Sworn In For Trump Impeachment Trial
Like many congressional activities, the Senate trial begins with pomp and circumstance and procedure and process. Little of substance will be achieved until the case is presented next week.

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Jan 16, 2020

House Impeachment Managers Read Articles On Senate Floor
Like many congressional activities, the Senate trial begins with pomp and circumstance and procedure and process. Little of substance will be achieved until the case is presented next week.

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Jan 16, 2020

Tattoo Removal Programs Help Former Inmates Wipe The Slate Clean
For people who have been incarcerated, head and neck tattoos are often a barrier to reentering society and getting jobs. Some former inmates are removing their tattoos to help leave the past behind.

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Jan 16, 2020

In 2012, Obama Won This Tiny Iowa County By 21 Points. Then Trump Won It By 20
Nearly a third of Iowa's 99 counties swung from voting for Democrat Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012 to Republican Donald Trump in 2016. Howard County saw the biggest swing.

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Jan 15, 2020

After Debate, Warren Told Sanders: 'I Think You Called Me A Liar'
Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders shared a tense moment after Tuesday night's Democratic debate. Now, CNN has released audio of the exchange.

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Jan 15, 2020

Virginia Man Charged In Neo-Nazi-Affiliated 'Swatting' Ring
Swatting is harassing a target by drawing extreme law enforcement responses with fake bomb or shooting reports. The government says the suspect bragged about it in a white supremacist chatroom.

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Jan 15, 2020

Chief Justice Roberts: Is 'OK, Boomer' Evidence Of Age Discrimination?
The text of a federal law requires all federal government personnel decisions to be made "free from age discrimination." But just what does that mean?

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Jan 15, 2020

Impeachment Manager Jason Crow Not A Usual Suspect For Job
Freshman Colorado Democrat Jason Crow did not vote for Nancy Pelosi to be Speaker of the House. She chose him anyway for the House impeachment management team.

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Jan 15, 2020

Months After Blowing Deadline, Trump Administration Lifts Hold On Puerto Rico Aid
HUD says it is releasing more than $8 billion in aid to Puerto Rico aid. The deadline to do so was in September. The aid is for rebuilding after devastating Hurricanes Maria and Irma struck in 2017.

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Jan 15, 2020

Embryo Research To Reduce Need For In Vitro Fertilization Raises Ethical Concerns
Aiming to find a cheaper, easier way than IVF to ensure human embryos are healthy before implantation, researchers paid women to be inseminated, then flushed the embryos from their wombs for analysis.

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Jan 15, 2020

Despite Findings Of 'Negligent' Care, ICE To Expand Troubled Calif. Detention Center
A previously confidential report obtained by NPR found major failings at the Adelanto ICE Processing Center in California, one of the nation's largest immigration detention centers.

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Jan 15, 2020

U.N. Court: Ruling To Be Issued Next Week In Rohingya Genocide Case
In November, Gambia filed a lawsuit with the International Court of Justice accusing Myanmar of a brutal crackdown on the Rohingya Muslim minority.

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Jan 15, 2020

Virginia Governor Declares State Of Emergency Ahead Of Gun Rights Rally
Gov. Ralph Northam said that "there are groups with malicious plans" and raised concerns about a reprise of the white supremacist violence in Charlottesville in 2017.

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Jan 15, 2020

Virginia Governor Declares State Of Emergency Ahead Of Pro-Gun Rally
Concerned about a reprise of the white supremacist violence in Charlottesville in 2017, Gov. Ralph Northam says he's declaring a state of emergency ahead of a pro-gun rally and lobby day on Monday.

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Jan 15, 2020

Virginia Ratifies The Equal Rights Amendment, Decades After The Deadline
The ERA's provisions include a guarantee that "equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged ... on account of sex." But its legal status is uncertain.

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Jan 15, 2020

Latest Retelling Of Trump's Term Smacks Of A Prosecutor's Courtroom Summation
A Very Stable Genius gives pause to ponder: Is this moment simply about Trump — or are we also witnessing a sea change in journalism? Are we seeing new standards for the presentation of a presidency?

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Jan 15, 2020

Latest Trump Book, Once Again, Makes The Case That He's Incompetent, Narcissistic
A Very Stable Genius gives pause to ponder: Is this moment simply about Trump — or are we also witnessing a sea change in journalism? Are we seeing new standards for the presentation of a presidency?

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Jan 15, 2020

2019 Was The 2nd-Hottest Year On Record, According To NASA And NOAA
Last year's data collected by the agencies is the latest confirmation that the Earth is steadily getting hotter. The planet is now almost 1 degree Celsius warmer than it was in the mid-20th century.

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Jan 15, 2020

In Rare Move, Pope Francis Appoints A Woman To A Senior Vatican Position
Francesca Di Giovanni is the first woman to have a managerial role in the Secretariat of State, one of the most important departments in the Vatican. She's been working there for 27 years.

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Jan 15, 2020

For These Women, The Equal Rights Amendment Has Been A Decades-Long Battle
Women who fought for and against the Equal Rights Amendment decades ago — sometimes as teenagers — are watching the votes in Virginia. If

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Jan 15, 2020

Judge Blocks Trump's Executive Order Allowing Local Officials To Reject Refugees
The judge's order is blow for the White House, which essentially tried to give state and local government officials power to veto resettlement. The judge says it violates the Refugee Resettlement Act.

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Jan 15, 2020

Russia's Government Resigns As Putin Moves To Change The Constitution
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, a Putin loyalist, and other principal government ministers resigned in a move designed to ease a package of changes recently proposed by Russia's president.

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Jan 15, 2020

Who Are The Impeachment Managers? Diverse Team To Take Lead At Trump Trial
Speaker Nancy Pelosi named seven Democratic lawmakers who will present the House's case in the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump.

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Jan 15, 2020

Who Are The Impeachment Managers? Pelosi Unveils Diverse Team For Trump Trial
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi emphasized the legal expertise.announced which House members will serve as the prosecution team for the Senate trial of President Trump. She

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Jan 15, 2020

New Lev Parnas Documents Suggest U.S. Ambassador Was Under Surveillance In Ukraine
"They are moving her tomorrow," U.S. politician Robert F. Hyde wrote last March. He added, "The guys over [there] asked me what I would like to do and what is in it for them."

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Jan 15, 2020

When Is Abuse Of Power A Crime? Supreme Court Answer May Come In 'Bridgegate' Scandal
The closure in 2013 of access lanes on to the George Washington Bridge infuriated motorists and jeopardized public safety. When it turned out to be a political vendetta, it became a criminal case.

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Jan 15, 2020

The 'Losing Lawyer' In Israel Who Defends Palestinians Charged With Violence
Lea Tsemel, 75, has lost case after case for decades and has received death threats as a Jew representing Arabs. Her notoriety in Israel has grown since last year's release of a documentary about her.

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Jan 15, 2020

Whitney Houston, The Notorious B.I.G. Among 2020's Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Inductees
Houston, the only woman included in the 2020 class of a male-dominated institution, will be joined by Biggie Smalls, Nine Inch Nails, The Doobie Brothers, T. Rex and Depeche Mode.

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Jan 15, 2020

In Philippines, Volcano Is Quieter, But Officials Renew Warnings For People To Leave
In their rush to escape the eruption, many people living near the Taal volcano have been forced to abandon livestock and pets. Some have defied orders and gone back for them.

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Jan 15, 2020

NPR Poll: More Americans Disapprove Of Trump's Handling Of Iran Than Approve
By a 49%-42% margin, Americans disapprove of how President Trump has handled the crisis with Iran, reflecting the number of people who disapprove of the job he's doing overall.

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