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Jul 23, 2018

Hormone Levels Likely Influence A Woman's Risk Of Alzheimer's. But Exactly How?
Scientists are taking a second look at the idea that hormone replacement therapy could reduce a woman's risk of dementia. New research suggests the key may be in giving it at the right time.

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Jul 23, 2018

Trump To Iran's President Rouhani: 'NEVER, EVER THREATEN' The U.S. Again
President Trump threatened Iran's President Hassan Rouhani in a late-night tweet after Rouhani warned Trump, "don't play with the lion's tail" and said "war with Iran is the mother of all wars."

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Jul 23, 2018

Kavanaugh Could Tip Supreme Court Against Gun Control Laws
If confirmed, President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will likely steer the court toward broader gun rights

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Jul 23, 2018

Ex-White House Stenographer: With No Official Transcript, Trump Can Muddle The Truth
White House stenographers are meant to record every public utterance made by a president, but "everything changed" with the Trump administration, says Beck Dorey-Stein.

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Jul 23, 2018

Spring Is Springing Sooner, Throwing Nature's Rhythms Out Of Whack
A warming climate is knocking nature's rhythms out of sync. High in the Rocky Mountains, scientists have been tracking the impact for decades.

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Jul 23, 2018

Words Matter When Talking About Pain With Your Doctor
When you go to the doctor in pain, you'll probably be asked to rate your discomfort on a scale of 0 to 10. But doctors say there may be a better way to assess pain.

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Jul 23, 2018

What You Need To Know About The Much-Discussed Carter Page FISA Document
The FBI has declassified a seldom-seen application for surveillance on someone it suspected of being a Russian agent working for Donald Trump's presidential campaign.

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Jul 23, 2018

Toronto Police: 1 Woman Is Dead, As Is Gunman, In Restaurant Shooting
Two people are dead and 13 injured after a shooting in the city's Greektown neighborhood. Witnesses described a man dressed in black firing between 15 and 20 shots, according to media reports.

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Jul 23, 2018

Police: 2 Victims Are Dead, As Is Gunman, In Toronto Shooting
Two people are dead and 12 injured after a shooting in the city's Greektown neighborhood. Police say the gunman is also dead and they are searching for a motive for the shooting.

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Jul 22, 2018

How Soon Is Soon Enough To Learn You Have Alzheimer's?
Only about half the people with Alzheimer's symptoms get a diagnosis, partly out of fear of an incurable decline, doctors suspect. But Jose Bolardo says facing the future allows him to plan for it.

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Jul 22, 2018

GOP Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick: 'The President Was Manipulated By Vladimir Putin'
Pennsylvania Congressman Fitzpatrick served in the FBI and says he has full confidence in the US intelligence community. Days ago, GOP Rep. Will Hurd of Texas came to the same conclusion.

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Jul 22, 2018

Finding The Right Words To Help Rohingya Refugees
A group called Translators Without Borders is developing a glossary to help humanitarian workers in Bangladesh communicate with Rohingya refugees.

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Jul 22, 2018

'Rescuing The Rescuers': Stranded Syrian White Helmets Evacuated By Israel
In a "Hail Mary" operation, the Israeli military evacuated hundreds of Syrian rescue volunteer workers to Jordan amid the Syrian regime's offensive against rebel-held parts of the country.

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Jul 22, 2018

Scientists Search For Causes Of Preterm Birth And Better Ways To Test For Risk
Preterm birth, a leading cause of death in infants, remains stubbornly hard to prevent. Researchers are on the hunt for a better understanding of what causes it and better ways to diagnose risk.

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Jul 22, 2018

Trump Administration Releases Classified Warrants For FBI Wiretap Of Carter Page
Republicans claim the 412 pages reveal FBI bias in favor of Hillary Clinton; Democrats say the documents are evidence of deep connections between Russia and the Trump campaign.

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Jul 22, 2018

4 Years After MH17 Downing, Advocates Urge Continued Attention To AIDS Crisis
It's been four years since the attack on a flight in Ukraine killed several AIDS prevention advocates. Ahead of a conference, one advocate says they would have wanted to keep attention on the fight.

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Jul 22, 2018

Mastermind Behind Malta Journalist Killing Remains A Mystery
Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed in a car bomb last October. The final words on her blog were: "There are crooks everywhere you look now. The situation is desperate."

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Jul 22, 2018

Rome's Subway Expansion Reveals Artifacts From The Ancient Past
Construction on a new subway line has uncovered marble busts, frescoes, mosaics, even ancient peach pits, dating back nearly 2,000 years. Archaeologists have also found an ancient military barracks.

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Jul 22, 2018

The Taliban Couldn't Quash This Pakistani Squash Champ
For much of her life, Maria Toorpakai has been threatened by extremist groups like the Taliban. Now the subject of a PBS documentary, she tells how she found the courage to keep playing sports.

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Jul 22, 2018

After Supreme Court Punts On Gerrymandering, Democrats Make It A Campaign Issue
Democrats around the country are mobilizing around the issue of gerrymandering. But whether it's enough to excite voters who often sit out midterm elections is another question.

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Jul 22, 2018

Hillary Clinton Talks Trump And Russia Summit At NYC Fest
The former presidential candidate says it's "deeply disturbing" that President Trump hasn't taken a firm stance against Russian interference in the U.S. election.

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Jul 21, 2018

Gunman Faces Murder Charges After LA Trader Joe's Standoff Left 1 Dead
Police say the 28-year-old gunman surrendered three hours after he barricaded in the store and held dozens of bystanders hostage in the city's Silver Lake neighborhood.

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Jul 21, 2018

Shooting Suspect Barricaded At Los Angeles Trader Joe's
Los Angeles police are responding to "an active incident" at a Trader Joe's in the city's Silver Lake neighborhood, after a suspect opened fire outside the grocery store.

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Jul 21, 2018

Shooting Suspect In Custody After Police Standoff At Los Angeles Trader Joe's
Police say the suspect has surrendered after he barricaded inside a Trader Joe's and held an unknown number of bystanders hostage in the city's Silver Lake neighborhood. At least one woman is dead.

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Jul 21, 2018

One Dead, Shooting Suspect In Custody After Police Standoff At LA Trader Joe's
Police say the gunman surrendered after he barricaded in a Trader Joe's and held dozens of bystanders hostage in the city's Silver Lake neighborhood. One woman was killed inside the store.

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Jul 21, 2018

Attorney For Maria Butina Says "Whole Story" Is Still Not Known About His Client
Robert Driscoll told NPR that Butina, who is facing charges of conspiring to act as a Russian agent, will "be proven innocent in this case."

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Jul 21, 2018

Attorney For Maria Butina Says 'Whole Story' Is Still Not Known About His Client
Robert Driscoll told NPR that Butina, who is facing charges of conspiring to act as a Russian agent, will "be proven innocent in this case."

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Jul 21, 2018

Branson Mayor Karen Best Reacts To Tragic Duck Boat Accident
NPR's Scott Simon talks to the mayor of Branson, Missouri about the boat accident that killed more than a dozen people this week.

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Jul 21, 2018

Michael Cohen Recorded A Conversation With Trump About Paying An Ex-Playboy Model
The FBI found the secret recording after a raid on the lawyer's office in April. His lawyer says, "Suffice it to say that when the recording is heard, it will not hurt Mr. Cohen."

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Jul 21, 2018

As Milk Production Cools In Summer, Farmers Try To Help Cows Take The Heat
From fans and misting water to creating a whole new breed of cow, farmers and researchers are fighting rising temperatures to keep the dairy industry from losing millions of dollars to "heat stress."

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Jul 21, 2018

Doctoral Student Compiles Database Of Indigenous Women Who've Gone Missing
A Southern Cheyenne woman found no solid data on the many indigenous women in the U.S. and Canada who have gone missing or been killed under suspicious circumstances. So she compiled it herself.

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Jul 21, 2018

Prize-Winning #iPhoneOnly Photos: From Dinos To Divers
A selection of the winning photos from the 2018 iPhone Photography Awards contest.

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Jul 21, 2018

Now A Museum, This USSR Submarine Base Was Built To Endure U.S. Nukes — And Retaliate
A once-secret underground naval base in Crimea designed to preserve Soviet submarines in case of a nuclear attack is now a museum with an anti-American message.

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Jul 21, 2018

The Russia Investigations: How Many More Maria Butinas Are There?
In a week even Hollywood couldn't have scripted, the feds launch their case against a Russian accused of infiltrating U.S. politics. And the deputy attorney general speaks out on foreign interference.

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Jul 21, 2018

What Your State Is Doing To Beef Up Civics Education
Not enough people know how a bill becomes a law and other aspects of civic life. More than half the states are trying to fix that. See how your state is doing and take our quiz.

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Jul 21, 2018

Masses Of Seaweed Threaten Fisheries And Foul Beaches
A floating, smelly mass of seaweed called sargassum is covering beaches in the Caribbean and along the Gulf of Mexico.

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Jul 20, 2018

Replacing Vacant Lots With Green Spaces Can Ease Depression In Urban Communities
When researchers cleaned up vacant lots and planted grass and trees in poor neighborhoods in Philadelphia, residents' mental health improved.

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Jul 20, 2018

Former South Korea President Sentenced To 8 More Years In Prison
Park Geun-hye was already serving 24 years in jail. On Friday a court convicted the disgraced leader of illegally receiving funds from a state agency and breaking election laws.

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Jul 20, 2018

More Than 100 Former Ohio State Students Allege Abuse By School Doctor
Officials said the allegations of inappropriate touching and harassment date from 1979 to 1997. They include students who were varsity players in 14 sports and patients of Student Health Services.

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Jul 20, 2018

Paramount President Fired Amid Allegations of Racially Charged Comments
Amy Powell's five-year run as head of Paramount's television division has come to a halt. She is alleged to have made insensitive remarks regarding black women.

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Jul 20, 2018

Politics In Zimbabwe Has A New Soundtrack
Ebba Chitambo, 66, made music during Zimbabwe's fight for independence. Now, he's giving advice to a new generation of musicians about writing political music.

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Jul 20, 2018

Britain's Big Butterfly Count Begins, With David Attenborough Leading The Charge
For the next three weeks, citizen volunteers in the United Kingdom will be tallying the painted ladies, peacocks and brimstones they see, to help create a nationwide count — and soothe their souls.

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Jul 20, 2018

Republicans To Hold 2020 Convention In Charlotte, N.C.
The city hosted the Democratic National Convention that renominated Barack Obama in 2012. President Trump won North Carolina in 2016, a swing state key to his victory.

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Jul 20, 2018

Father Of 2 Parkland Shooting Survivors Is Killed In Robbery; Suspect Arrested
Ayub Ali was working at his Florida convenience store when a man with a gun walked in. Two of his four kids were in class during the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in February.

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Jul 20, 2018

Father Of 2 Parkland Shooting Survivors Is Shot And Killed In Robbery
Ayub Ali was working at his Florida convenience store when a man with a gun walked in. Two of his four kids were in class during the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in February.

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Jul 20, 2018

Sleep Scientist Warns Against Walking Through Life 'In An Underslept State'
"Human beings are the only species that deliberately deprive themselves of sleep for no apparent gain," says sleep scientist Matthew Walker, author of Why We Sleep. Originally broadcast Oct. 17, 2017.

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Jul 20, 2018

Starbucks To Open First 'Signing Store' In The U.S. To Serve Deaf Customers
The store will be in Washington D.C., and will not only focus on hiring employees fluent in American Sign Language, but also on lighting and design that makes it easier for the deaf to communicate.

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Jul 20, 2018

North Korean Economy Suffered Sharpest Drop In 2 Decades, South Says
Not since 1997 has the country's gross domestic product shrunk at such a large rate in a single year, according to a report by the Bank of Korea. And the bank says sanctions are responsible.

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Jul 20, 2018

Deported Guatemalan Man Desperately Awaits Return Of 9-Year-Old Son From U.S. Custody
The Ramirez family tried to seek asylum in the U.S. The dad says he was deported, but his son and wife are being held in the U.S. in separate facilities.

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Jul 20, 2018

Survivors Of Political Violence 'Will Make Sure There's Peace' In Zimbabwe's Election
Survivors of political violence in Zimbabwe are being trained to serve as election monitors in the country's July 30 vote. Past elections have been marred by violence and allegations of rigging.

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Jul 20, 2018

Summer Latin Music Festivals Offer Music And Opportunity
For Latinx musicians who have found themselves excluded from the stages of mainstream festivals, a growing range of festivals and tours catering to Latinx artists and fans is changing the game.

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Jul 20, 2018

Who's Entertaining Who?: How The Internet Picks Up Drake's Slack
Drake's latest No. 1 hit "In My Feelings" shot to the top of the charts thanks to a viral dance challenge that had little to do with the rapper himself.

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Jul 20, 2018

Judge Vacates Terrorism Convictions Of Man Who Had Trained With Paintball Group
A federal judge says Seifullah Chapman should be released rather than serve out the rest of his 65-year prison term, citing a shift in how the law defines violent crime.

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Jul 20, 2018

Trump Is Ready To Go All In On Trade War With China
In a wide-ranging interview with CNBC, President Trump threatened to accelerate and expand tariffs on all goods that come from China.

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Jul 20, 2018

Amid Migrant Crises, Nations Flout International Law On Refugees
The rights of refugees were enshrined in international law in the wake of World War II. But those rules aren't always respected.

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Jul 20, 2018

How Luxury Hotels And Restaurants In Developing Countries Fight Food Waste
The United Nations says nearly one-fourth of food purchases in hotels and restaurants are thrown away. Luxury properties in Mexico, India, and elsewhere are trying programs to bring that figure down.

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Jul 20, 2018

Is Trump The Toughest Ever On Russia?
President Trump boasts that he's tougher on Russia than any other president. His administration has adopted some tough policies, even though Trump's rhetoric is almost always friendly toward Moscow.

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Jul 20, 2018

He Was Wrongly Convicted When They Were Teens. Now They're Building Their Lives Together
De'Marchoe Carpenter spent 22 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit, which pulled him away from a new romance. Although he was exonerated, he struggles with anxiety from his time in prison.

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Jul 20, 2018

Doctors Raise Alarm About Shortages Of Pain Medications
Hospitals across the country are reporting significant shortages of pain medication. A survey of anesthesiologists found that 95 percent say it is impacting patient care.

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Jul 20, 2018

Week Of Trump Reversals Puts 2018 Election Security In The Spotlight
The security of the midterm vote is a question that's coming up again after President Trump's press conference with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, where Trump seemed to doubt Russia interference.

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Jul 20, 2018

Trump Administration Defends Campus Sexual Assault Rules
Trump administration lawyers were in federal court Thursday defending their new rules that would allow schools to demand a higher standard of evidence that would make it tougher to prove an assault.

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Jul 20, 2018

At Least 11 Dead, Others Missing After Tour Boat Sinks In Missouri Lake
At least seven others from the amphibious duck boat carrying 31 people were being treated at a local hospital. The incident occurred during a severe storm that produced gusts up to 80 mph.

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Jul 20, 2018

At Least 13 Dead, Others Missing After Tour Boat Sinks In Missouri Lake
Divers were still searching for four people missing after the duck boat carrying 31 capsized during a severe storm that produced gusts of at least 60 mph.

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Jul 20, 2018

17 Dead After Amphibious Tour Boat Sinks In Missouri Lake
The duck boat carrying 31 people capsized during a severe storm that produced gusts of at least 60 mph. Divers worked through the night on rescue and recovery operations.

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Jul 19, 2018

AP: Miami Dolphins Players Who Protest During Anthem Might Be Suspended
The NFL will fine entire teams if players protest on the field during the national anthem. Now, the Associated Press reports, at least one team has a policy for punishing individual players.

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Jul 19, 2018

NFL, Players Agree To Temporarily Halt Enforcement Of Anthem Protest Rules
The NFL and the NFL Players Association have agreed to temporarily suspend enforcement of new rules requiring players to stand during the national anthem while discussions on the policy continue.

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Jul 19, 2018

NFL, Players Agree To Temporarily Halt Enforcement Of Anthem Protests Rules
The NFL will fine entire teams if players protest on the field during the national anthem. Now, the Associated Press reports, at least one team has a policy for punishing individual players.

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Jul 19, 2018

Report Warns Of 'Dangerous Complacency' In The Fight Against HIV
Treatment has been a success but prevention is another story, according to a report in The Lancet. And the stigma of seeking help persists.

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Jul 19, 2018

American Baby Trump Blimp Set To Breeze Onto Namesake's Home Turf
Activists aimed to bring one balloon to the president's backyard; they overshot their fundraising goal and now say they will create more than one replica.

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Jul 19, 2018

Russia Says Agreements Were Discussed With Trump On Syria. The U.S. Is Silent
The Trump administration has offered no information about supposed "specific" proposals that Russian officials have mentioned publicly.

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Jul 19, 2018

Florida Couple Settles Legal Battle To Keep 'The Starry Night' House
The homeowners were fined thousands of dollars by Mount Dora officials for making their two-story house and surrounding wall look like Van Gogh's famous painting. On Tuesday, the mayor apologized.

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Jul 19, 2018

'Brady Bunch' House Is Ready For A New Story
Does this house look familiar? It appeared during the beginning and ending credits of The Brady Bunch and is now for sale.

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Jul 19, 2018

Washington, D.C., Is Counting All Its Cats. It Will Take 3 Years And $1.5 Million
The nation's capital has a cat problem. And the first step toward fixing it, apparently, is to quantify it.

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Jul 19, 2018

VA Whistleblowers 10 Times More Likely Than Peers To Receive Disciplinary Action
A new report by the Government Accountability Office also found that nearly two-thirds of individuals who filed formal complaints did not work for Veterans Affairs the following year.

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Jul 19, 2018

Explosion At Pa. Army Depot Injures Four
Officials said the victims suffered burns and three were airlifted to the hospital with serious injuries. Terrorism in not suspected.

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Jul 19, 2018

Black Lung Rate Hits 25-Year High In Appalachian Coal Mining States
In central Appalachia, one in five working coal miners with at least 25 years experience underground now suffers from the deadly disease black lung, according to a new study.

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Jul 19, 2018

Appeals Court Nomination Withdrawn Before An Expected Failure On Senate Floor
The White House withdrew the nomination of Ryan Bounds to join the 9th Circuit just before a vote was expected on Capitol Hill on Thursday.

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Jul 19, 2018

California Supreme Court Squashes Bid To Split State Into Three
The court ruled that the proposal to divide California can't be placed on the November ballot. A venture capitalist has spent years arguing the state would be better off as several smaller states.

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Jul 19, 2018

Reporter Shows The Links Between The Men Behind Brexit And The Trump Campaign
Carole Cadwalladr's investigation into Cambridge Analytica's role in Brexit led her to Russian connections and the Trump campaign. She says British investigators are working "closely with the FBI."

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Jul 19, 2018

More Than 140 'Sister Survivors' Of Larry Nassar Abuse Are Honored At ESPYS
"I'm here to tell you, you cannot silence the strong forever," said one of the women who was onstage to accept the Arthur Ashe Courage Award.

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Jul 19, 2018

Trump Slams Interest Rate Hikes, Ignoring Hands-Off Tradition Toward Fed
The commander in chief usually doesn't comment directly on Fed policy. But President Trump broke with that tradition Thursday, saying, "I'm not thrilled" about the Fed's interest-rate increases.

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Jul 19, 2018

Migrating Arctic Geese Are Confused, Exhausted By Rising Temperatures
Rising Arctic temperatures mean that barnacle geese fly faster to their breeding grounds but are too tired to lay eggs right away. By the time they're ready, the babies have missed the best food.

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Jul 19, 2018

Democratic Senators Slam Trump's Pick To Run Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Elizabeth Warren and other senators fired tough questions at Kathy Kraninger, President Trump's nominee to run the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

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Jul 19, 2018

Zuckerberg Looks To 'Clear Up' Stance On Facebook, Fake News And The Holocaust
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says he "didn't intend to defend the intent of people" who deny the Holocaust occurred, after his remarks on fake news and hoaxes were criticized this week.

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Jul 19, 2018

Zuckerberg Looks To Clear Up Stance On Facebook, Fake News And The Holocaust
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says he "didn't intend to defend the intent of people" who deny the Holocaust occurred, after his remarks on fake news and hoaxes were criticized this week.

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Jul 19, 2018

Carne Asada, Hold The Meat: Why Latinos Are Embracing Vegan-Mexican Cuisine
Meat-heavy dishes are a mainstay of Mexican cooking. But spurred by health and environmental concerns, working-class Mexican-American chefs are giving traditional dishes a plant-based makeover.

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Jul 19, 2018

Disney Prevails In Hunt For Fox As Comcast Drops Bid
Disney is poised to take over most of the entertainment assets of 21st Century Fox. The new mega-studio is to compete with streaming giants Netflix and Amazon. A fight still looms over Sky.

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Jul 19, 2018

Immigrant Rights Group Turns Down $250,000 From Tech Firm Over Ties To Border Patrol
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff has been under mounting pressure for the company's contract with U.S. Customs and Border Patrol. A Texas nonprofit says it won't accept a contribution from the company.

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Jul 19, 2018

From California, A Saudi Woman Fights Her Country's Strict Male Guardianship Laws
"I came from a very strict country to a very free country," says Samah Damanhoori. The 29-year-old cut ties with her family after her father canceled his initial approval for her to study in the U.S.

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Jul 19, 2018

Who Knew The World Bank And The U.N. Are Emoji Lovers?
Charities and nonprofit agencies are embracing the symbols to communicate about tough topics like global hunger, poverty and disease.

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Jul 19, 2018

Can A Community Hospital Stick To Its Mission When It Goes For-Profit?
After 130 years as a nonprofit hospital with deep roots in North Carolina, Mission Health is seeking to be bought by HCA Healthcare, the nation's largest for-profit hospital chain.

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Jul 19, 2018

Whale Of A Plane: Airbus BelugaXL Makes Maiden Flight
The BelugaXL's paint job "features beluga whale-inspired eyes and an enthusiastic grin." For several hours on Thursday, the whale soared over southern France.

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Jul 19, 2018

British Police Reportedly Identify Russian Suspects In Nerve Agent Attack On Skripals
Citing a source close to the investigation, the Press Association reports that police used closed-circuit television to identify multiple Russians who participated in the attack.

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Jul 19, 2018

Behind The Campaign To Get Teachers To Leave Their Unions
Conservative groups are spreading the word: Teachers no longer have to support the union that represents them.

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Jul 19, 2018

Republicans Force Democrats To Go On Record Over Immigration Agency
Democrats denounced the nonbinding House Republican resolution backing the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency as a "stunt" and many voted "present" to avoid taking a position.

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Jul 19, 2018

Why Did Russia Attack The 2016 Election? This Week's Whirlwind Offers New Clues
Russian President Vladimir Putin's preoccupation with two individuals he has singled out for blame suggests how strongly the Russian leader viewed his 2016 attack on the U.S. as simple turnabout.

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Jul 19, 2018

In Interview, Trump Appears To Question NATO's 'Collective Defense' Clause
On Fox News, the president answered a hypothetical question about an attack on member Montenegro by wondering aloud about the alliance's founding agreement that "an attack on one is an attack on all."

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Jul 18, 2018

FBI Director Says Russia Still Seeking To Interfere In U.S. Democracy
"Russia attempted to interfere with the last election and ... it continues to engage in malign influence operations to this day," Christopher Wray said at a national security forum.

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Jul 18, 2018

A Spike In Liver Disease Deaths Among Young Adults Fueled By Alcohol
Deaths due to liver disease have increased among the young — and heavy drinking is to blame.

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Jul 18, 2018

White House Names Steven Dillingham To Head Census Bureau
The agency has not had permanent leadership since July 2017. If confirmed by the Senate, Steven Dillingham will oversee the 2020 census and inherit six lawsuits challenging a citizenship question.

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