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Sep 24, 2018

Virginia Prisons Ban Visitors From Wearing Tampons, Citing Contraband Concerns
A spokeswoman said that visitors wearing tampons will be offered pads.

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Sep 24, 2018

OPINION: As Florence Kills Pigs And Millions Of Chickens, We Must 'Open Our Hearts'
Anthropologist Barbara J. King says Hurricane Florence should lead us to look beyond the agriculture industry's loss of "inventory" and view animals as thinking, feeling — and suffering — beings.

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Sep 24, 2018

Surprise Victory Of Opposition In Maldives Elections, A Referendum On Democracy
Voter turnout was nearly 90 percent. The challenger beat the incumbent president, who is accused of jailing opponents. The Indian Ocean nation is at the center of a rivalry between India and China.

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Sep 24, 2018

'Lion King' Puppet Technician Arrested After Allegedly Printing 3D Gun At Theater
Ilya Vett, 47, said he was printing the gun for his brother who has a firearms license, according to police. Vett has been charged with attempted criminal possession of a firearm.

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Sep 24, 2018

Dallas Police Department Fires Amber Guyger, Officer Who Shot Man In His Own Home
Guyger has said she mistakenly entered the wrong apartment in her complex and shot a man she thought was a burglar. She was later arrested and charged with manslaughter.

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Sep 24, 2018

How A Rising Star Of White Nationalism Broke Free From The Movement
Derek Black once promoted a racist agenda by making speeches, hosting a radio show and starting a website. His change of heart is the subject of a new book, written by journalist Eli Saslow.

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Sep 24, 2018

Iran Warns U.S. Over Deadly Separatist Attack On Parade
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said that "the cowardly attack was committed by those who are rescued by the Americans ... and they are financed by Saudi and Emirate's money."

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Sep 24, 2018

A Year After 'Rocket Man' Speech, Trump Returns To U.N. With Eyes On Iran
President Trump will speak at the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday. He will highlight progress with North Korea, while calling for more pressure on Iran.

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Sep 24, 2018

Last Private Rescue Ship On Deadly Mediterranean Migrant Route Loses Its Registration
International charities say it is a death sentence for hundreds of people trying to reach safety. They say Panama revoked the Aquarius 2's registration after pressure from Italy, which Italy denies.

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Sep 24, 2018

Rosenstein Remains Deputy Attorney General Following White House Meeting — For Now
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein expects to be fired and talk swirled about his fate with the Justice Department. Now he's scheduled to meet with President Trump on Thursday.

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Sep 24, 2018

Rosenstein Still Deputy Attorney General, For Now
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein visited the White House, expecting to be fired, as talk swirled about his fate with the Justice Department. He will meet with President Trump on Thursday.

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Sep 24, 2018

Rosenstein, Expecting To Be Fired, Heads To White House For Meeting On Tense Morning
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein visited the White House as talk swirled about his fate with the Justice Department. President Trump is in New York City.

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Sep 24, 2018

Trump Calls Kavanaugh 'Outstanding,' Dismissing Latest Sexual Misconduct Allegation
A woman has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of exposing himself to her during a drunken party at Yale. President Trump called the allegations against his pick "totally political."

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Sep 24, 2018

Kavanaugh Says 'I'm Not Going Anywhere' In Wake Of 2nd Accuser
Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh denounced new accusations of sexual misconduct from Deborah Ramirez as "smears" and said he will "not be intimidated into withdrawing from this process."

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Sep 24, 2018

Science Reveals How Fruit Keeps A Lid On Ripening Until The Time Is Right
Humans have harnessed the ripening power of the plant hormone ethylene for centuries, but a recent discovery of how a plant controls the hormone may lead to more precise human control of ripening.

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Sep 24, 2018

19-Year-Old Survives 49 Days At Sea, After Floating Hut Drifts To Guam
After he ran out of cooking gas, Aldi Novel Adilang started using wood from his craft to cook fish. He drifted from Indonesia to waters around Guam.

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Sep 24, 2018

19-Year-Old Survives 49 Days At Sea After Floating Hut Drifts To Guam
After he ran out of cooking gas, Aldi Novel Adilang started using wood from his craft to cook fish. He drifted from Indonesia to waters around Guam.

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Sep 24, 2018

The Unending Tragedy Of A 5-Year-Old Who Drowned In A Pit Latrine
It was a school toilet in South Africa. The boy's death in 2014 sparked a national outrage. The debate about potentially dangerous toilets is still simmering today.

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Sep 24, 2018

SiriusXM To Buy Internet Radio Pioneer Pandora In $3.5 Billion Deal
The satellite radio giant would ink the deal taking over Pandora in the first quarter of 2019.

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Sep 24, 2018

High-Skilled Immigrants Call Out The Trump Administration's 'Hypocrisy'
The White House says it wants an immigration system that prioritizes high-skilled workers. But critics say the administration is making it harder for those immigrants to live and work here.

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Sep 24, 2018

Sailor Rescued At Sea After Dismasting During Round-The-World Race
Abhilash Tomy, an Indian navy commander participating in the arduous non-stop, unassisted race, called for help on Friday after his boat was rolled in an Indian Ocean storm.

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Sep 24, 2018

The Women's Wave: Backlash To Trump Persists, Reshaping Politics In 2018
A big gender gap threatens the GOP in November, as the energy of the women's marches the day after Donald Trump took office has been sustained by Democratic women invested in the midterms.

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Sep 24, 2018

When Florence Hit Her School Community, This Principal Stepped Up
Many of Krista Holland's students have been away from home and out of school for more than week. She says, "The lack of a sense of normalcy for the kids, I think that's where my heart aches the most."

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Sep 24, 2018

Flood Waters From Florence Hit Elderly Hard
For the elderly, a flood can turn in to an eviction notice. They're often on fixed incomes and can't afford repairs.

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Sep 24, 2018

Floodwaters From Florence Hit Elderly Hard
For the elderly, a flood can turn into an eviction notice. They're often on fixed incomes and can't afford repairs.

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Sep 24, 2018

Can't Get Comfortable In Your Chair? Here's What You Can Do
Chair design shifted dramatically about a hundred years ago, and it hasn't been good for our backs. Our daily lives are filled with chairs that make our posture worse. Luckily, we've got hacks.

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Sep 24, 2018

Trump And Japan's Abe Meet In New York Ahead Of U.N. General Assembly
The two leaders met for dinner at Trump Tower, where they discussed trade and military ties. The meeting comes as the U.S. considers imposing hefty import tariffs on foreign-made automobiles.

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Sep 24, 2018

Trump And Japan's Abe Meet In New York Amid U.N. General Assembly Session
The two leaders met for dinner at Trump Tower, where they discussed trade and military ties. The meeting comes as the U.S. considers imposing hefty import tariffs on foreign-made automobiles.

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Sep 24, 2018

Tiger Woods Wins First Golf Tournament Since 4 Back Surgeries
Tiger Woods did something Sunday that he hasn't done in more than five years: He won a tournament. The victory at the Tour Championship in Atlanta was the 80th victory of his PGA Tour.

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Sep 23, 2018

Kavanaugh Denies Fresh Harassment Allegations From College Classmate
A college classmate of Kavanaugh's says he acted inappropriately during a drunken party 35 years ago Kavanaugh, who's currently a federal appears judge, denies the allegations.

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Sep 23, 2018

Bill Cosby's Sentencing: How We Got Here, What His Punishment Could Be
The 81-year-old comedian faces as much as four years in prison after a jury convicted him of three counts of aggravated indecent assault in April. Cosby's sentencing hearing begins Monday.

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Sep 23, 2018

A Bunch Of Cocaine: Boxes Of Donated Bananas Contained $17.8 Million Worth Of Drugs
"Sometimes, life gives you lemons. Sometimes, it gives you bananas," says the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. "And sometimes, it gives you something you'd never expect!"

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Sep 23, 2018

Wildfire Breaks Out Near Camp In Greece, Home To Thousands Of Refugees
A plume of smoke was visible not far from the Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesbos. The number of migrants and refugees arriving in Greece by sea has soared this year.

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Sep 23, 2018

PHOTOS: As Florence Floodwaters Rose, Rescuers Helped Hundreds Of Animals In Danger
Some evacuees are unwilling or unable to bring their pets with them, leaving them in a dangerous position. Rescuers have been tracking down scared animals in danger and bringing them to safety.

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Sep 23, 2018

Kavanaugh Accuser Christine Blasey Ford To Testify Thursday
Attorneys for Blasey Ford reached an agreement with committee staff on Sunday after days of negotiations over the conditions and details of her appearance.

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Sep 23, 2018

Meet Nevada's 'Trump Of Pahrump'
Brothel owner Dennis Hof is running for Nevada state legislature. He says President Trump broke the mold and made someone like him, an "anti-establishment" candidate, palatable to voters.

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Sep 23, 2018

One Year After The Las Vegas Shooting, 2 Survivors Remember
Two survivors of the Las Vegas shooting: A young man, shot in the lung, hid under a dead body and survived. A police officer who had never before fired his gun on active duty, now trains others.

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Sep 23, 2018

California Launches New Effort To Fight Election Disinformation
The state's new Office of Election Cybersecurity will focus on combating social media campaigns that try to confuse voters or discourage them from not casting ballots.

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Sep 23, 2018

Do Healthy Diets Protect The Planet? As The U.N. Meets, A Focus On Sustainability
As United Nations leaders gather in New York, top food and nutrition experts are convening for a forum to talk about how people around the globe can have both a nourished diet and a healthy planet.

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Sep 23, 2018

New Book: Vaccines Have Always Had Haters
That's one of the themes in the new book 'Between Hope and Fear: A History of Vaccines and Human Immunity.'

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Sep 23, 2018

Teens Sleeping Too Much, Or Not Enough? Parents Can Help
Though teenagers need about nine hours of rest a night, most get only seven and are suffering. A new survey suggests their parents are struggling, too. Here's how to improve the quality of teen sleep.

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Sep 23, 2018

A Timeline Of Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill Controversy As Kavanaugh To Face Accuser
As another Supreme Court nominee faces allegations of sexual misconduct, what can be learned from the handling of the Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill controversy?

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Sep 23, 2018

China And Vatican Sign Agreement On Appointment Of Bishops
The "provisional" deal — signed in Beijing by deputy foreign ministers on both sides — gives the Holy See a say in naming of bishops, and grants the pope veto power over candidates.

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Sep 23, 2018

Comcast Outbids Fox And Will Acquire British Broadcaster Sky
The U.S. cable giant won a rare auction held by British regulators with a bid of $39 billion. Comcast hopes acquiring Sky will help it compete with online streaming services Netflix and Amazon.

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Sep 22, 2018

Trump Administration Will Seek To Limit Green Cards For Immigrants Needing Public Aid
The Department of Homeland Security has proposed a new rule that would expand Trump administration efforts to restrict immigrants' access to welfare programs.

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Sep 22, 2018

Lawyers For Christine Blasey Ford Say She Will Testify Before Senate Committee
Lawyers for the woman who accused Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault say she will testify before the Senate Judiciary committee next week.

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Sep 22, 2018

Kavanaugh Accuser Christine Blasey Ford Will Testify To Senate Panel, Lawyers Say
The timing and terms of the hearing are still unclear, as negotiations continue between Ford's attorneys and the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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Sep 22, 2018

Survivor Rescued From Inside Capsized Tanzanian Ferry
Two days after the disaster, which left more than 200 people dead, divers pulled a man from inside the vessel. He reportedly locked himself in the engine room and survived because of an air pocket.

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Sep 22, 2018

At Least 25 Dead, 60 Wounded After Military Parade Attack In Iran
Gunmen disguised as soldiers reportedly began shooting from behind the stands during the parade. Iranian State media reported an Arab separatist group claimed responsibility for the attack.

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Sep 22, 2018

At Least 25 Dead, 60 Wounded In Military Parade Attack In Iran
Gunmen disguised as soldiers reportedly began shooting from behind the stands. State-run media reported that an Arab separatist group claimed responsibility for the attack.

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Sep 22, 2018

As West Grows, Water Use Declines Thanks To Better Toilets
Despite the growth of population in the western U.S., water use in cities such as Denver, Las Vegas, San Diego and Phoenix is going down. The reason? High-tech, low-flow toilets.

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Sep 22, 2018

San Diego Rhino Finds A New Home In Tanzania
An 8-year-old eastern black rhino bull, born and raised in San Diego, recently made a 68-hour journey to Tanzania where he will eventually be released into the wild.

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Sep 22, 2018

The Cajun Navy: Heroes Or Hindrances In Hurricanes?
President Trump praised the Cajun Navy during a visit to North Carolina. But federal emergency managers say volunteers can put themselves and others in danger if they don't go through proper channels.

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Sep 22, 2018

Workplace Wellness Plans Offer Big Incentives, But May Cost Your Privacy
Uncertainty over federal standards for these cost-saving programs could trigger different perks for employees, and change what they must do to qualify.

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Sep 22, 2018

The Russia Investigations: Rod Rosenstein On The Razor's Edge
The deputy attorney general is in a tight spot over the early phase of his tenure after a bombshell report by The New York Times. And the president has postponed the next shot in the document war.

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Sep 22, 2018

Why It's Easy — And Hard — To Get A Postcard All The Way From Timbuktu
When tourism to the fabled city took a downturn, two guys came up with an idea to bring in a little income for the local tour guides.

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Sep 22, 2018

New Findings On Loan Forgiveness; Puerto Rico Schools After Maria; DeVos Calls For Free-Speech
The Education Department offers new findings on student loan forgiveness; Enrollment in Puerto Rico's schools drops after Hurricane Maria; DeVos calls for more free and open speech on college campuses

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Sep 22, 2018

Indians Are Partying And Praying For Elephant-Headed God Ganesh
For 10 days, they sing, dance, chant and pray at the feet of Ganesh statues, then submerge them in water. The festival was once used to circumvent British rule.

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Sep 22, 2018

Surprisingly Close Texas Senate Race Sparks Testy Debate For Cruz, O'Rourke
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz and challenger Beto O'Rourke sparred on immigration, health care, gun control and national anthem protests. The race could tilt the balance of power in the Senate in November.

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Sep 21, 2018

Report Finds Faster Response 'Might Have Changed Things' For College Football Player
Staff waited more than an hour after offensive lineman Jordan McNair began showing signs of dehydration and heatstroke during practice before calling 911, according to a report released on Friday.

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Sep 21, 2018

Federal Commission Sues Walmart For Alleged Discrimination Against Pregnant Employees
The complaint, filed on behalf of Alyssa Gilliam, claims Walmart failed to assign pregnant employees to light duty to save them from heavy lifting, as it does for workers with other disabilities.

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Sep 21, 2018

Judge Orders Commerce Secretary To Testify About Census Citizenship Question
A federal judge in New York has ordered Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to face questioning under oath over his decision to add a controversial citizenship question to the 2020 census.

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Sep 21, 2018

China Fires Back Against U.S. Sanctions For Purchases Of Russian Weapons
The U.S. imposed sanctions after China's military bought new fighter jets and a surface-to-air missile system. Trade and military ties are increasing between Russia and China.

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Sep 21, 2018

Rosenstein Denies That He Discussed Recording Trump, Invoking 25th Amendment
The deputy attorney general rejected a story that described him musing with the idea of secretly wearing a wire or conferring with members of the Cabinet about invoking the 25th Amendment.

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Sep 21, 2018

Suge Knight Faces 28-Year Prison Term In Plea Deal Over Fatal Hit-And-Run
The co-founder of Death Row Records, who is 53, agreed to a plea deal for one count of voluntary manslaughter. He had been facing charges of murder and attempted murder.

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Sep 21, 2018

Suge Knight To Get 28-Year Prison Term In Plea Deal Over Fatal Hit-And-Run
The co-founder of Death Row Records, Knight, 53, agreed to a plea deal for one count of voluntary manslaughter. He had been facing charges of murder and attempted murder.

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Sep 21, 2018

Remembrance For Walter Mischel, Psychologist Who Devised The Marshmallow Test
Walter Mischel had an idea that became a pop culture touchstone. He wanted to see if preschoolers seated in front of a marshmallow could delay their gratification. What did the experiment really mean?

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Sep 21, 2018

3 Babies, 2 Adults Stabbed At Queens Day Care
Officers who arrived at the house in New York City found multiple people with stab wounds, including three infants ranging from three days to one month old.

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Sep 21, 2018

Kavanaugh Accuser Given Ultimatum: Respond To Request To Testify Or Committee Votes
After days of negotiating, Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley says his panel will vote on the Supreme Court nomination on Monday if Christine Blasey Ford does not get back to him Friday evening.

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Sep 21, 2018

Trump Attacks Kavanaugh Accuser By Name Amid Negotiations For Hearing
The president had been restrained in responding to the accusation by Christine Blasey Ford that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were both in high school.

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Sep 21, 2018

Kavanaugh Accuser Rejects 'Arbitrary' Ultimatum Regarding Testimony
Christine Blasey Ford has asked for more time to consider testifying about her allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Sen. Chuck Grassley had set a Friday deadline.

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Sep 21, 2018

Kavanaugh Accuser Rejects 'Arbitrary' Ultimatum Regarding Testimony, Gets More Time
Christine Blasey Ford and Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, have been negotiating whether and how Ford would testify about her allegation that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her.

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Sep 21, 2018

Rejection By The King Of Nepal Was Not the End Of The Road
When Kul Gautam got a royal "no" for his passport request, he decided to do something special with his life. He tells of his journey from a tiny village to the upper ranks of the U.N. in a new memoir.

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Sep 21, 2018

Cleveland Browns Win A Game For First Time Since Obama Presidency
"We WON!!!" the Cleveland Police Department tweeted of the comeback victory, before adding, "Wait....Oh God. The free beer thing...Ok Cleveland. Stay calm."

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Sep 21, 2018

101 Ways To Thwart A Reporter In Pyongyang
Behind the scenes of NPR's recent reporting trip to North Korea, where a government-assigned minder stymied the team at nearly every turn.

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Sep 21, 2018

At Least 100 Dead In Tanzania After Ferry Capsizes On Lake Victoria
The search continues for survivors from the ferry that reportedly was carrying several hundred passengers.

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Sep 21, 2018

At Least 86 Dead In Tanzania After Ferry Capsizes On Lake Victoria
The search continues for survivors from the ferry that reportedly was carrying as many as 500 passengers.

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Sep 21, 2018

How To Talk To Young People About The Kavanaugh Story
In the age of #MeToo, experts say parents are the primary educators about consent, and the current debate offers a teachable moment.

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Sep 21, 2018

Russia's 2016 Twitter Campaign Was Strongly Pro-Gun, With Echoes Of The NRA
An analysis of Twitter accounts associated with Russia's influence campaign shows how supportive it was of gun rights and how influential the messaging was of the National Rifle Association.

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Sep 21, 2018

Russia's Pro-Gun Influence Accounts Copied The NRA — And Sometimes, Vice Versa
There was a lot of overlap between the messaging of the Internet Research Agency and the NRA on social media. What isn't clear is why.

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Sep 21, 2018

The Biggest Hurdle For Beto O'Rourke In Texas Is Turning Out Latino Voters
To win, Beto O'Rourke needs to change the Texas electorate. But voter registration data suggests Democrats aren't registering enough voters to offset Republicans' structural advantages in the state.

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Sep 21, 2018

Hacks, Security Gaps And Oligarchs: The Business Of Voting Comes Under Scrutiny
Heading into midterm elections, pressure is on for governments and campaigns to secure elections. But what about the companies who make the machines and print the ballots?

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Sep 21, 2018

Imagine: Previously Unseen Footage Of John Lennon And George Harrison
The never-before-seen clip, of the two former Beatles recording Lennon's "How Do You Sleep?" in 1971, comes ahead of the Oct. 5 release of a 6-CD box set, Imagine - The Ultimate Collection.

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Sep 21, 2018

Russia's Divisive Twitter Campaign Took A Rare Consistent Stance: Pro-Gun
An analysis of Twitter accounts associated with Russia's influence campaign shows how supportive it was of gun rights and how influential the National Rifle Association's messaging was.

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Sep 21, 2018

Parents Are Leery Of Schools Requiring 'Mental Health' Disclosures By Students
Florida school districts now have to ask if a new student has ever been referred for mental health services. It's a legislative attempt to help troubled kids. Will it work, or increase stigma instead?

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Sep 21, 2018

Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang Dies After 'Serious Illness'
The largely ceremonial post of president in Vietnam is one of three top leadership positions, along with prime minister and secretary-general of the Communist Party.

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Sep 20, 2018

American Airlines Is The Latest To Raise Checked-Baggage Fees
The first and second bags will each cost $5 more, going up to $30 and $40. Delta, United and JetBlue have also announced increases.

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Sep 20, 2018

Shutdown Of New Mexico Observatory Was Part Of Investigation Into Child Pornography
The observatory suddenly closed, with little explanation, for 11 days in September, fueling rumors its shutdown was due to aliens, UFOs, or government surveillance.

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Sep 20, 2018

Florence Blamed For 4 More Deaths As 'Unheard Of Amounts Of Water' Keep Flowing
The additional deaths were reported in North Carolina. South Carolina's governor said the damage in his state "will be catastrophic, surpassing anything recorded in modern history."

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Sep 20, 2018

Florence Blamed For Four More Deaths As 'Unheard Of Amounts Of Water' Keep Flowing
The additional deaths were reported in North Carolina. South Carolina's governor said the damage in his state "will be catastrophic, surpassing anything recorded in modern history."

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Sep 20, 2018

Google Warned Senators, Aides Of Hacking Attempts On Personal Emails
In a recent letter, Sen. Ron Wyden said some senators and Senate staff members were warned by a major tech company "that their personal email accounts were targeted by foreign government hackers."

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Sep 20, 2018

Stuck In Traffic? You're Not Alone. New Data Show American Commute Times Are Longer
Newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau show Americans have spent an extra two and a half hours commuting last year compared to the year before.

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Sep 20, 2018

Hackers Steal $59 Million In Cryptocurrency From Japanese Exchange
Tech Bureau Corp., which owns the Zaif cryptocurrency exchange, says the security breach occurred last week, and was discovered several days later.

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Sep 20, 2018

World Sports Agency Reinstates Russia After Doping Scandal
The decision, described by one advocate as "the greatest treachery against clean athletes in Olympic history," is subject to conditions. It has been roundly condemned by anti-doping advocates.

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Sep 20, 2018

Federal Agents Board Buses 100 Miles From Border To Ask, Are You A U.S. Citizen?
U.S. Border Patrol agents are boarding buses and stopping cars from private lines like Greyhound and Concord Coach within 100 miles of a U.S. border, asking passengers if they're American citizens.

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Sep 20, 2018

Ireland Plans To Offer Abortions For Free, As Ban Is Officially Repealed
"Yes, it is my intention that the services will be free," Health Minister Simon Harris said, adding that the goal is to ensure access and not force women to travel for the procedure.

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Sep 20, 2018

Puerto Rico's Tap Water Often Goes Untested, Raising Fears About Lead Contamination
People in Puerto Rico don't trust the water supply, and with good reason. Local systems aren't adequately tested for contaminants, including lead.

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Sep 20, 2018

Kavanaugh Accuser Open To Testifying About Sexual Assault Allegations
Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who alleges Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her at a high school party in the 1980s, is open to appearing before a Senate panel next week.

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Sep 20, 2018

Multiple People Killed And Wounded In Maryland Shooting
The suspect, a single shooter, is in critical condition at a hospital, authorities say. The shooting occurred at a Rite Aid distribution center in northeast Maryland.

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Sep 20, 2018

London Police Outfoxed, Abandon 3-Year Search For Serial Cat Killer
Scotland Yard is hoping to put fears of a serial cat killer to rest. Authorities now say that scavenging animals, not sadistic humans, are responsible for hundreds of reported cat mutilations.

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