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Jul 23, 2019

6 Questions Congress May Ask Robert Mueller During His Testimony
In two separate hearings on Wednesday, Democrats want Americans who haven't read Mueller's findings to see and hear them instead. Republicans want to take the former special counsel down a peg.

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Jul 23, 2019

Coal Miners To Demand Congress Restore Full Black Lung Benefits Tax
Coal miners will press members of Congress to fully restore a coal excise tax that supports miners diagnosed with black lung. The tax was cut more than 50% at the end of last year.

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Jul 23, 2019

7 States Step Up Efforts To Fight Violence Against Indigenous Women
Native girls and women are more likely than average to be the victim of a violent crime. Now, several state task forces will try to better identify and locate indigenous crime victims.

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Jul 23, 2019

Missouri Firm With Silicon Valley Ties Faces Medicare Billing Scrutiny
A federal audit and a whistleblower lawsuit allege Medicare Advantage plans from the St. Louis-based Essence Group Holdings Corporation have significantly overcharged taxpayers.

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Jul 22, 2019

Shooter's Lawyer: He Wasn't Trying To Kill A Mob Boss. He Was Under 'QAnon' Delusion
The lawyer for the man charged with Francesco Cali's murder says he plans to make an insanity defense including that he became irrational after believing a pro-Trump Internet conspiracy theory.

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Jul 22, 2019

Chris Kraft, One Of The Architects Of The U.S. Space Program, Dies At 95
Kraft was among the earliest employees of NASA and designed mission control and other components of the program. He became head of the Johnson Space Center and oversaw the birth of the space shuttle.

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Jul 22, 2019

Study: Malaria Drugs Are Failing At An 'Alarming' Rate In Southeast Asia
Mutant parasites have built up resistance to first-line malaria drugs, according to two new studies in The Lancet. Scientists worry that this could overturn global progress against the disease.

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Jul 22, 2019

Feeling Blue? Oregon Students Allowed To Take 'Mental Health Days'
The state, which has one of the higher suicide rates in the U.S., hopes the law will combat stigma around mental illness. Four teen activists encourage others to "admit when they're struggling."

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Jul 22, 2019

Trump Administration Moves To Speed Up Deportations With Expedited Removal Expansion
The changes will allow ICE officials to deport undocumented immigrants who can't prove they have been in the U.S. for more than two years, without a hearing before a judge. It takes effect Tuesday.

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Jul 22, 2019

'A Small Part Of A Serious Problem': Criminals Hired As Police Officers In Alaska
A joint investigation by the Anchorage Daily News and ProPublica found that in one town, every officer had been convicted of domestic violence within the last 10 years.

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Jul 22, 2019

As Manhattan DA, Morgenthau Pursued Drug Dealers And Crooked Banks Alike
Robert Morgenthau, the patrician lawman who a former aide said spent four decades "making mischief for people who engaged in bad conduct," died Sunday at age 99.

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Jul 22, 2019

Art Neville, A New Orleans Icon, Dead At 81
The keyboardist and singer was the co-founder of both the Meters and the Neville Brothers died Monday — bands that took the funk and swagger of New Orleans to a much larger world.

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Jul 22, 2019

Thousands In Puerto Rico Seek To Oust Rosselló In Massive 'Ricky Renuncia' March
Hundreds of leaked chat messages showed Gov. Ricardo Rosselló and his allies insulting women, gay people and even mocking victims of Hurricane Maria.

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Jul 22, 2019

Top Intelligence Boss Creates A New Role: The Election Threats Executive
The nation's intelligence agencies have designated one person to be in charge of coordinating the government's efforts to identify threats to U.S. elections.

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Jul 22, 2019

National Intelligence Director Creates New Position To Protect U.S. Elections
The move by Dan Coats comes as intelligence officials warn that the 2020 elections remain susceptible to attacks from foreign governments or others intent on disrupting the process.

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Jul 22, 2019

Venezuelan Officers Who Fled To Colombia Are 'Adrift' As Maduro Holds Onto Power
More than 1,400 members of Venezuelan security forces crossed the border hoping to one day return. Some say they're losing steam as efforts to depose the administration have fizzled.

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Jul 22, 2019

Hill And Trump Administration Close In On 2 Year Budget Deal
The two-year deal to set spending levels and raise the debt limit would end a decade of roller coaster fiscal stand-offs in Washington.

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Jul 22, 2019

Hill And Trump Administration Close In On 2-Year Budget Deal
The two-year deal to set spending levels and raise the debt limit would end a decade of roller coaster fiscal standoffs in Washington.

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Jul 22, 2019

Trump Announces Agreement On 2-Year Budget Deal
The deal to set spending levels and raise the debt limit would end a decade of roller coaster fiscal standoffs in Washington.

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Jul 22, 2019

Trump, Congress Reach Agreement On 2-Year Budget Deal
The deal to set spending levels and raise the debt limit would end a decade of roller coaster fiscal standoffs in Washington.

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Jul 22, 2019

Trump Denies Iran Has Captured 17 CIA Spies
A senior Iranian intelligence officer says Iran has detained CIA-trained spies who were attempting to gather information on the country's military and nuclear capabilities.

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Jul 22, 2019

Former Supreme Court Justice Stevens Lies In Repose
Stevens, who died July 16, is lying in repose Monday in the Supreme Court's Great Hall. Several current justices as well as President Trump have paid their respects, along with members of the public.

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Jul 22, 2019

Poll: Americans Not Sold On Trump — Or Democrats
President Trump has his highest approval rating yet, even though his reelection prospects continue to be lackluster. But voters aren't yet buying what Democrats are selling.

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Jul 22, 2019

India Launches Mission To The Moon On Its 2nd Try
If Chandrayaan-2 reaches the moon as planned, India would become the fourth country to achieve a soft landing on the lunar surface, after the United States, Russia and China.

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Jul 22, 2019

India Launches Mission To The Moon On Its Second Try
If Chandrayaan-2 reaches the moon as planned, India would become the fourth country to achieve a soft landing on the lunar surface, after the United States, Russia and China.

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Jul 22, 2019

Equifax To Pay Up To $700 Million In Data Breach Settlement
The credit reporting agency will pay up to $700 million in fines and monetary relief to consumers over a massive 2017 data breach that affected more than 148 million people.

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Jul 22, 2019

Cambodia Denies Report Of Deal With China For Use Of Naval Base
Prime Minister Hun Sen called the report, which appeared Sunday in The Wall Street Journal, "made up news." The report cited unnamed U.S. officials.

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Jul 22, 2019

First Came Kidney Failure, Then There Was The $540,842 Bill For Dialysis
A personal trainer in Montana had a sudden need for life-saving dialysis after his kidneys failed. But he and his wife never expected the huge bill they received for 14 weeks of care.

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Jul 22, 2019

Will Robert Mueller's Testimony Shift The Prevailing Winds In Washington?
All eyes in the capital — and many more in the nation — will be on the former special counsel this week in Congress. Whatever takes place, the political stakes are high.

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Jul 22, 2019

First Came Kidney Failure. Then There Was The $540,842 Bill For Dialysis
A personal trainer in Montana had a sudden need for lifesaving dialysis after his kidneys failed. But he and his wife never expected the huge bill they received for 14 weeks of care.

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Jul 22, 2019

2 Nurses In Tennessee Preach 'Diabetes Reversal'
Patients with Type 2 diabetes are often steered toward medicine or insulin to control blood sugar. But it's also possible, with more support than patients often get, to use diet and exercise instead.

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Jul 22, 2019

Yukiya Amano, The Head Of U.N. Nuclear Watchdog, Dies At 72
Amano, who was director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, was instrumental in negotiations leading to the 2015 deal with Iran to limit its nuclear program.

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Jul 22, 2019

Don't Have Lunch Money? A Pennsylvania School District Threatens Foster Care
Wyoming Valley West School District in Northeastern Pennsylvania sent families a letter stating that their children would be removed from their homes if unpaid cafeteria meal debt was not settled.

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Jul 22, 2019

Don't Have Your Lunch Money? 1 Pennsylvania School District Threatens Foster Care
Wyoming Valley West School District in Northeastern Pennsylvania sent families a letter stating that their children would be removed from their homes if unpaid cafeteria meal debt was not settled.

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Jul 22, 2019

Ukrainian President's Party Wins Snap Elections In Bid To Consolidate Power
President Volodymyr Zelensky, who gained fame by playing a fictional president on television, hopes a new parliament will give him the clout to follow through on his promise to tackle corruption.

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Jul 21, 2019

At Whitney Museum Biennial, 8 Artists Withdraw In Protest Of Link To Tear Gas Sales
Artists are asking the New York City museum to pull their work from the high-profile show, protesting the Whitney's board vice chair Warren Kanders, who profits from the sale of tear gas and bullets.

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Jul 21, 2019

Evangelical Writer Who Influenced Purity Culture Announces Separation From Wife
Pastor Joshua Harris, who jump-started the "purity culture" movement, has announced that he and his wife are separating after 19 years of marriage. How might the news affect the evangelical community?

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Jul 21, 2019

Evangelical Writer Who Influenced Purity Culture, Announces Separation From Wife
Pastor Joshua Harris, who jump-started the "purity culture" movement, has announced that he and his wife are separating after 19 years of marriage. How might the news affect the evangelical community?

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Jul 21, 2019

Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello Says He Will Not Seek Reelection In 2020
The announcement comes after a week of protests over leaked messages exchanged by Rossello and his staff that included homophobic and misogynistic slurs.

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Jul 21, 2019

Burglars Lift $2 Million Worth Of Body-Shaping 'Faja' Undergarments
In 2018, burglars looted 34,000 pairs of fajas from a Miami undergarment seller. The criminals cut a hole through the roof and disabled the alarms in a movie-style heist.

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Jul 21, 2019

For Britain's Next Prime Minister, A High-Stakes Standoff With Iran Awaits
The ruling Conservative Party will choose a new leader this week. The winner will inherit a full-blown international crisis, which erupted Friday after Iran seized a British-flagged oil tanker.

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Jul 21, 2019

Some Title X Recipients Will Have More Time To Comply With New Abortion Rules
The rules block recipients of federal grants from referring patients for abortion. The Trump administration says groups working in "good faith" will have until Aug. 19 to provide written assurance.

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Jul 21, 2019

Trump Administration Delays New Abortion Regulations For Title X Recipients
The new rules prohibit recipients of federal grants from referring patients for abortion. Organizations must submit written assurance by Aug. 19 that they will adhere to this guideline.

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Jul 21, 2019

Man Accused Of Hacking Bulgaria's Tax Agency Is Released And Given Lesser Charges
A Bulgarian cybersecurity expert was arrested by police after being accused of involvement in the hack of millions of records from the nation's tax agency.

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Jul 21, 2019

Ireland's Shane Lowry Wins British Open In His First Major Title
Lowry's win marked the first Open played in Northern Ireland since 1951. He became the second player from south of the border to lift the Claret Jug.

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Jul 21, 2019

Once Nearly Dead As The Dodo, California Condor Comeback Reaches 1,000 Chicks
In the 1980s, there were less than two dozen California Condors left. Today, more than 500 exist in the world, thanks to the efforts of conservationists.

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Jul 21, 2019

Hong Kong Protests Turn Violent As Clashes Erupt Between Demonstrators And Masked Mob
A group of attackers wearing masks and white shirts swung fists, wielded clubs and other objects at a crowd of mostly pro-democracy demonstrators at a train station in the district of Yuen Long.

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Jul 21, 2019

Hong Kong Protests: Demonstrators Demand Inquiry Into Police Tactics Amid Standoff
Protesters also called for the right to elect their own government, which is now approved by Beijing. Many marching have asked that persons who clashed with police have their charges dropped.

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Jul 21, 2019

In India's Assam State, Residents Of River Islands Face Uncertainty Over Citizenship
Some 4 million people, many Muslim and impoverished, were excluded from a 2018 official register of citizens. Photographer CK Vijayakumar visited Assam to learn more about the challenges they face.

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Jul 21, 2019

Hong Kong Protests: Thousands Demand Complete Withdrawal Of Controversial Bill
Demonstrators have gathered again, angered at Beijing's tightening control over the territory. Police have been mobilized as Hong Kong faces its worst crisis in recent history.

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Jul 21, 2019

As Heat Wave Hits U.S., Air Conditioning Units Struggle To Keep People Cool
Millions of Americans are suffering through a heat wave, and HVAC workers are trying to keep up with calls for help.

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Jul 21, 2019

Parents, Sometimes You're The Problem When It Comes To Tech Use
Parents of young kids pick up their phones an average of almost 70 times a day — often to escape a stressful parenting moment. Here's how to stop using your phone as a pacifier, for you or your kids.

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Jul 21, 2019

How Microexpressions Can Make Moods Contagious
Feelings seem to spread contagiously between friends, partners, or groups. Why are we so easily influenced by one another's emotions? A new video from Invisibilia explains what's going on.

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Jul 21, 2019

50 Years After Apollo 11, Here's What (And How) Astronauts Are Eating
Ever since astronaut John Glenn's first bite of applesauce in 1962, eating in space has been a challenge. NPR talks to former NASA food scientists to see how cosmic cuisine has evolved over the years.

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Jul 20, 2019

Trump Says He'd Vouch For A$AP Rocky Amid Growing Demands For The Rapper's Release
The American entertainer has been detained in Sweden since July 3, after an altercation in Stockholm. Celebrities, Twitter and a GoFundMe petition are clamoring for him to be let go.

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Jul 20, 2019

Trump's Attack On 'The Squad' Finds Nuanced Support Among Some Jewish Americans
After the president disparaged four congresswomen, some Jewish Americans defend Trump's comments, criticizing the lawmakers as anti-Israel and anti-Semitic. Others are appalled by Trump's remarks.

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Jul 20, 2019

Trump Administration Revising U.S. Citizenship Test
After a series of pilots, the administration says it will roll out the updated version by December 2020 or early 2021.

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Jul 20, 2019

U.K. Fears Iran Is Taking A 'Dangerous Path' After Seizure Of Tanker
Iran took over the British-flagged vessel in the Strait of Hormuz on Friday and says it and its crew will remain in an Iranian port during a probe of an accident that Iran says led to the seizure.

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Jul 20, 2019

Notre Dame Fire Revives Demand For Skilled Stone Carvers In France
"With stone carving, we give life to an edifice and perpetuate history. We're also creating a link with the past and transmitting values that are important to conserve in society," one student says.

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Jul 20, 2019

The Fallout From A Seemingly Sweet Oil Deal For Venezuela's Neighbors
The PetroCaribe program provided fuel to Venezuela's neighbors on long-term credit to spur economic growth. What has happened now that Venezuela is in free fall?

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Jul 20, 2019

California Condors Reach A Milestone Moment
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Tim Hauck of The Peregrine Fund about the hatching of the 1,000th California condor since the late 1980s, when conservation efforts began.

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Jul 20, 2019

The Week In Politics: Trump's Remarks Attacking 4 Congresswomen
President Trump's Sunday tweets, his doubling down and then his attempt to distance himself dominated the political news cycle.

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Jul 20, 2019

How Constantly Changing Immigration Policies Affect Migrants Already In Danger
The Trump administration issued a new rule requiring migrants to seek protection in another country they travel through before asking for asylum in the U.S.

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Jul 20, 2019

Radical or Incremental? What's Really In Joe Biden's Health Plan
The Biden plan released this week is an update of the Affordable Care Act with controversial differences. Among them: a "public option" that covers abortion, and subsidized premiums for more people.

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Jul 19, 2019

Trump Seizes On Soggy Paper Straws As Campaign Issue: 'Make Straws Great Again'
The president's reelection campaign is now selling reusable and recycled straws in their 2020 online store, because they claim "lberal paper straws don't work."

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Jul 19, 2019

Study: Sugar Rules The World And Ruins Teeth
The authors of a new study say dental health is especially bad in low- and middle-income countries — and that Big Sugar works to make sure soda and candy aren't targeted as cavity culprits.

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Jul 19, 2019

Director Of National Intelligence Dan Coats Appoints New Election Security Czar
Spy world veteran Shelby Pierson will attempt to centralize election security efforts across the intelligence community with soon-to-be-designated agency leads.

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Jul 19, 2019

Iran Apparently Seizes Two Foreign Oil Tankers In Strait Of Hormuz
Ship-tracking data show the U.K. tanker Stena Impero was traveling to a port in Saudi Arabia when it suddenly veered toward Iran's coast. A Liberian-flagged tanker made a similar turn.

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Jul 19, 2019

Iran Says It Has Seized A British Tanker In Strait Of Hormuz
Ship-tracking data show the U.K. tanker Stena Impero was traveling from the United Arab Emirates to a port in Saudi Arabia when it suddenly veered toward Iran's coast and came to a stop.

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Jul 19, 2019

Iran Says It Seized A British Oil Tanker In Strait Of Hormuz
Ship-tracking data show the U.K. tanker Stena Impero was traveling from the United Arab Emirates to a port in Saudi Arabia when it suddenly veered toward Iran's coast.

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Jul 19, 2019

Iran Seizes British-Flagged Oil Tanker In Strait Of Hormuz
Ship-tracking data show the U.K. tanker Stena Impero was traveling to a port in Saudi Arabia when it suddenly veered toward Iran's coast. A Liberian-flagged tanker made a similar turn but was freed.

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Jul 19, 2019

Trump Administration Repatriates, Charges Citizen Who Allegedly Fought For ISIS
A criminal complaint charging Ruslan Maratovich Asainov was unsealed in New York City; prosecutors say he was a sniper and weapons trainer for the Islamic State in Syria.

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Jul 19, 2019

'Fresh Air' Commemorates The 50th Anniversary Of Apollo 11's Moon Landing
We listen to archival interviews with Michael Collins, of Apollo 11; Alan Shepard, the first American in space; Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield; and Chuck Yeager, who first broke the sound barrier.

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Jul 19, 2019

Ex-NSA Contractor Who Stole Top Secret Documents Is Sentenced To 9 Years In Prison
Harold Martin committed the massive theft of government documents over decades, storing files in his car and Maryland home. "My methods were wrong, illegal and highly questionable," Martin said.

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Jul 19, 2019

Does Facebook Need A Humanitarian Partner For Its New Digital Currency?
The aid group Mercy Corps believes that the new Libra currency could help funnel aid to the poor. But critics wonder why the charity has teamed up with a controversial company.

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Jul 19, 2019

What Facebook And Mercy Corps Can Gain (And Lose) From A Digital Currency Partnership
Mercy Corps believes that the Libra currency, set to launch in 2020, could help funnel aid to the poor. But critics wonder why the charitable group has partnered with a controversial company.

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Jul 19, 2019

Thousands Freed From Prison Custody As DOJ Implements Sentencing Reform Law
More than 3,100 are moving out of the Bureau of Prisons system on Friday and the Justice Department is making other changes to comply with a law passed by Congress last year.

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Jul 19, 2019

A Young Jeffrey Epstein Made An Impression On His High School Students
Former students at the Dalton School in Manhattan remember Epstein as a young, charismatic teacher. More than four decades later, Epstein stands accused of sexually abusing dozens of underaged girls.

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Jul 19, 2019

Rogue Weedkiller Vapors Are Threatening Soybean Science
Scientists at four leading universities have seen their soybean experiments injured by a stealthy vandal: drifting fumes from a weedkiller called dicamba, now popular among farmers.

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Jul 19, 2019

U.S. Has Evidence That Iranian Drone Was Destroyed, Senior Official Says
President Trump said a U.S. Navy warship took down the drone in the Strait of Hormuz on Thursday. But Iranian has denied that it lost a drone.

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Jul 19, 2019

U.S. Official Says Government Has Evidence Iran Drone Was Destroyed
President Trump said a U.S. Navy warship took down the drone in the Strait of Hormuz on Thursday. But Iranian has denied that it lost a drone.

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Jul 19, 2019

USS Boxer Used Electronic Jamming To Take Down Iranian Drone, Pentagon Sources Say
President Trump says the U.S. Navy ship shot an Iranian drone down, conflicting with Pentagon officials who say the Boxer used electronic jamming to take it down.

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Jul 19, 2019

Trump's 'Go Back' Rhetoric Is Sign Of A Racially Divisive And Turbulent Year To Come
President Trump has used white grievance to fuel his candidacy since he first came onto the political scene. So what he's doing now with four congresswomen of color is hardly a surprise.

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Jul 19, 2019

Dutch Troops Were 10% Liable In Srebrenica Massacre, Supreme Court Says
The case centers on the deadly days after the city of Srebrenica fell on July 11, 1995, when some 25,000 refugees sought safety with Dutch U.N. peacekeepers.

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Jul 19, 2019

Hoping For Improved U.S. Ties, Pakistan's Prime Minister Set To Visit White House
Tensions have beset the U.S.-Pakistan relationship for years. The planned July 22 meeting between President Trump and Imran Khan comes as the U.S. tries to finalize Afghanistan peace negotiations.

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Jul 19, 2019

Listen: Brandi Carlile, Maren Morris, Amanda Shires, Natalie Hemby Are The Highwomen
The country supergroup will release its self-titled debut on Sept. 6. Hear the first single, "Redesigning Women."

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Jul 19, 2019

Hollywood Shoots The Moon: 117 Years Of Lunar Landings At The Movies
Motion pictures went to the moon long before Apollo 11 did, and they keep going back. Critic Bob Mondello reflects on the many films, from 1902 to today, that have made the journey.

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Jul 19, 2019

Beyoncé Enlists Hip-Hop A-List And Global Artists For 'The Lion King: The Gift'
The musical superstar continues to challenge herself while elevating global artists for an album inspired by the new remake of The Lion King, in theaters now.

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Jul 19, 2019

'Engagement Is Losing Credibility': Iranian Foreign Minister
Iran would commit to permanent nuclear inspections in exchange for a permanent lifting of U.S. imposed-sanctions, Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tells NPR.

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Jul 19, 2019

25 Years After Scoring 'The Lion King,' Hans Zimmer Returns To Pride Rock
Twenty five years after he scored the original The Lion King, which won an Oscar, Hans Zimmer returns to Pride Rock to revisit the classic musical themes for a re-imagined tale.

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Jul 19, 2019

Comic-Con 2019, Day 1: Sleepless In San Diego
San Diego Comic-Con kicked off Thursday, with more than 130,000 attendees expected. Big draws of the day were Lin-Manuel Miranda and Arnold Schwarzenegger — and a surprise appearance from Tom Cruise.

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Jul 19, 2019

Committee Democrats Prepare For Highly Anticipated Robert Mueller Hearings
Members of Congress and their staffs are studying old film, reviewing the special counsel report and preparing for a lot of terse responses, they told reporters.

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Jul 19, 2019

How A 10-Year-Old-Boy Helped Apollo 11 Return To Earth
Greg Force was just a boy when his father, the director of a NASA tracking station in Guam, called home with an important mission for him: To help the crew of Apollo 11 return safely to Earth.

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Jul 19, 2019

Refinery Explosions Raise New Warnings About Deadly Chemical
Chemical experts say recent refinery explosions could have been far more devastating if deadly hydrogen fluoride was released. Some are calling for a ban on the chemical.

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Jul 19, 2019

Do You Need That Surgery? How To Decide, And How To Pick A Surgeon If You Do
When you have a serious health problem that calls for surgery, the last thing you need is the stress of navigating the health care system to find a skilled surgeon. We have tips to make it easier.

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Jul 19, 2019

VIDEO: Man Scales Down At Least 14 Stories Of High-Rise After Fire Reported
It's not clear why the Philadelphia man left the building this way. It is clear that he's a very skilled climber, scaling more than a dozen floors in about three minutes.

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Jul 19, 2019

VIDEO: Man Scrambles Down At Least 14 Stories Of High-Rise After Fire Reported
It's not clear why the Philadelphia man left the building this way. It is clear that he's a very skilled climber, descending more than a dozen floors in about three minutes.

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Jul 19, 2019

Rep. Ilhan Omar Receives Hero's Welcome Home Amid Trump Attacks
"We are going to continue to be a nightmare to this president," she said into a megaphone, "because his policies are a nightmare to us. We are not deterred, we are not frightened, we are ready."

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Jul 19, 2019

Rep. Ilhan Omar Receives Resounding Welcome Home Amid Trump Attacks
"We are going to continue to be a nightmare to this president," she said into a megaphone, "because his policies are a nightmare to us. We are not deterred, we are not frightened, we are ready."

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Jul 18, 2019

Toys"R"Us Is Coming Back But With A Different Approach
More than a year after filing for bankruptcy, the chain is relaunching in Texas and New Jersey. Its new stores will feature spaces for toy demonstrations and events.

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