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Nov 11, 2019

With Escalating Violence In Hong Kong, U.S. Urges Both Sides To 'Exercise Restraint'
The chief executive of Hong Kong signaled that she is prepared for a crackdown as the U.S. State Department called on the government to address the "underlying concerns" of protestors.

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Nov 11, 2019

As Illinois Prepares To Legalize Pot, Public Housing Tenants Not Allowed To Partake
Anyone receiving federal housing assistance could face eviction if caught smoking or possessing pot, according to Chicago's Housing Authority.

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Nov 11, 2019

READ: Ukraine Specialist Catherine Croft's Impeachment Inquiry Testimony
Croft worked on the National Security Council. Her transcript is among those released by House investigators ahead of the first open hearings of the inquiry.

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Nov 11, 2019

READ: Foreign Service Officer Christopher Anderson's Impeachment Inquiry Testimony
Anderson served as special adviser for Ukraine negotiations under U.S. envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker from 2017 through July 12.

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Nov 11, 2019

FBI Joins Investigation Into Killing Of 9 Members Of Mormon Family In Mexico
Major questions remain about the motive and identity of the perpetrators who carried out the horrific slaying on Nov. 4 in the rural state of Sonora, about 70 miles south of Arizona.

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Nov 11, 2019

Silver-Backed Chevrotain, With Fangs And Hooves, Photographed In Wild For First Time
Scientists say their goal was to rediscover a type of chevrotain that had been "lost to science" for nearly 30 years. Chevrotains are the world's smallest hoofed mammal, or ungulate.

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Nov 11, 2019

What Happens When States Have The Power To Reject Refugees
The Trump administration has been scaling back the U.S. refugee program for years. Now it wants to give states and towns the power to block any refugees from resettling in their backyards.

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Nov 11, 2019

A Move To Create More Mentors Among Women Veterans
Dozens of women who work in special operations recently met in Southern California to find ways to encourage female troops to stay in the military or help them transition to rewarding civilian jobs.

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Nov 11, 2019

Reporter's Audio Recordings Of D-Day Discovered After 75 Years
This week the D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Va., received audio recordings of a reporter narrating the landing in France. A homeowner found them in the house he bought where they had been for 75 years.

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Nov 11, 2019

Here's How Some Witnesses Are Prepped To Testify Before Congress
NPR's Ari Shapiro interviews attorney-at-law Stanley Brand about how he prepares witnesses before they testify before Congress.

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Nov 11, 2019

How San Diego's Utility Companies Are Working To Prevent Wildfires
In California, power company PG&E is using blackouts to prevent its equipment from starting wildfires. But San Diego's utility doesn't use widespread outages because of changes it made a decade ago.

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Nov 11, 2019

Evangelical Christians On Faith And Politics
In, Part 1 of a two-part conversation with evangelical Christians in Fayetteville, N.C. about faith and politics, we talk about issues on their minds and impeachment.

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Nov 11, 2019

READ: Defense Department Official's Impeachment Inquiry Testimony
House investigators spoke with Laura Cooper, deputy assistant secretary of defense, in October. Cooper is responsible for policy toward Russia and Eastern Europe.

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Nov 11, 2019

In Bolivia, A Power Vacuum And Chaos After Morales Resigns As President
Mexico has granted asylum to Morales, who called the events "a coup," while the opposition makes plans for transition. Protesters accuse Morales of fraud in the election granting him a fourth term.

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Nov 11, 2019

In Bolivia, A Power Vacuum And Chaos After Morales Resigns As President And Departs
Morales announced he was leaving for Mexico which has granted him asylum. He calls the protests that led to his departure "a coup," while the opposition makes plans for transition.

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Nov 11, 2019

Australia Wildfires: State Of Emergency Declared Over 'Catastrophic' Danger
Residents in the greater Sydney area have been warned of "catastrophic fire danger," the country's highest danger rating. At least three people have died in the fires in the state of New South Wales.

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Nov 11, 2019

Despite Election Victory, Spain's Socialists Face Growing Far-Right Opposition
The Vox party, which takes tough stances against immigration and regional independence drives, became the third-largest party in Spanish parliament.

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Nov 11, 2019

Italian Holocaust Survivor Faces Threats After Calling For Investigation Into Hate
"This is a real crisis for all of us, of all the system, of all the democracy," says the head of Rome's Jewish community. "That means that she must be protected from the hate as it was in the past."

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Nov 11, 2019

As SpaceX Launches Dozens Of Satellites At A Time, Some Fear An Orbital Traffic Jam
SpaceX and a rival company are rushing ahead with plans for constellations of thousands of satellites, but regulators might not be ready.

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Nov 11, 2019

'Badass': The One Word That Has Become A Lightning Rod For Many Female Chefs
In her new book, Charlotte Druckman asks over 100 female chefs and food writers if there are any words or phrases they wish people would stop using to describe them. One word was a bit of a surprise.

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Nov 11, 2019

Hong Kong In Tumult: Man Is Set On Fire After Police Shoot Protester
Two shocking incidents of violence mark a day that saw police use tear gas and water cannons against protesters — who threw bricks and Molotov cocktails.

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Nov 11, 2019

Hong Kong In Tumult: Man Is Set On Fire Hours After Police Officer Shoots Protester
Two shocking incidents of violence mark a day that saw police use tear gas and water cannons and protesters throw bricks and Molotov cocktails.

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Nov 11, 2019

The Harvard Law Student And DREAMer Whose Fate Could Be Decided By Supreme Court
Mitchell Santos Toledo was brought to the U.S. when he was 2. "This is our home," he says.

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Nov 11, 2019

Meditation Reduced The Opioid Dose She Needs To Ease Chronic Pain By 75%
For some patients in pain, opioids are still part of the long-term solution, doctors say. But by adding meditation, hypnosis or other treatments, the opioid dose can be reduced.

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Nov 11, 2019

Remembering The 1st Veterans Memorialized By Veterans Day
Many Americans may have forgotten that Veterans Day began as a commemoration of World War I veterans. NPR's Kathleen Rushlow remembers her grandfather, who served in the 12th Machine Gun Battalion.

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Nov 11, 2019

The Ukraine Impeachment Inquiry Begins A New Phase This Week: What You Need To Know
After weeks of closed-door depositions, Democrats are planning open hearings this week about the Ukraine affair. Here's where the story stands — and what's coming next.

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Nov 11, 2019

Former U.N. Ambassador Haley: Trump Actions 'Not A Good Practice' But Not Impeachable
In an interview with NPR about her new book, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley said she made an effort to avoid the "toxic" and "trashy" White House — and that she'll campaign for Trump in 2020.

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Nov 10, 2019

Whistleblower Offer To Field Written Questions Stands, But GOP Seeks Public Testimony
House Republicans want the anonymous wistleblower to appear in-person, but they have not responded to an offer to have the unnamed individual answer written questions under oath.

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Nov 10, 2019

6 Killed And 100 Injured In Latest Security Forces Crackdown In Baghdad Protests
Since the clashes started last month, more than 300 protesters have been killed and 15,000 others wounded. Protesters demand overhauls to the country's political system and an end to corruption.

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Nov 10, 2019

Bolivian President Evo Morales Calls For New Elections Amid Protests
The announcement comes after an audit found "clear manipulation" of a computer system, which affected the final count of October's vote. Unrest prompted by fraud allegations has led to three deaths.

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Nov 10, 2019

Bolivian President Evo Morales Resigns Amid Widespread Protests Over Election Fraud
The announcement comes after an audit found "clear manipulation" of a computer system, which affected the final count of October's vote. Unrest prompted by fraud allegations has led to three deaths.

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Nov 10, 2019

500 Years Later, The Spanish Conquest Of Mexico Is Still Being Debated
The meeting of Aztec Emperor Montezuma II and Hernán Cortés and the events that followed weigh heavily in Mexico half a millennium later.

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Nov 10, 2019

Who Will Decide On The Dalai Lama's Successor — His Supporters Or Beijing?
"The Dalai Lama's reincarnation is a civilizational struggle between China and Tibetans over who controls Tibetan Buddhism," says Amitabh Mathur, a former Indian government adviser on Tibetan affairs.

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Nov 10, 2019

'Like Getting My Father Back': WWII POW's Art Returned To His Family
Howard Weistling dreamed of becoming a great comic strip artist, but he felt compelled to enlist in the Army Air Corps during WWII. He eventually created a comic while a prisoner of war in Germany.

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Nov 10, 2019

Skeptics Urge Bevin To Show Proof Of Fraud Claims, Warning Of Corrosive Effects
Elections specialists worry that politicians' scurrilous claims about vote fraud — when it seldom has a decisive effect on outcomes — erodes confidence in democracy.

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Nov 10, 2019

Skywatchers In North America Hope For Clear Skies To See Transit Of Mercury
Monday morning, the solar system's innermost planet will begin a 5.5-hour march across the disc of the sun. All you need to see it are clear skies and access to a telescope with a sun filter.

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Nov 10, 2019

As Backcountry Travelers Shift Load To Goats, National Forests Eye Risks
Hikers and hunters have long relied on horses, mules and llamas to carry gear on long backcountry trips. Now, many are getting into goats. Many say they're superior, but critics see risks to wildlife.

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Nov 10, 2019

Studying The Ripple Effects Of Shrinking Arctic Sea Ice
Scientists have frozen their ship to an ice floe to study the causes and consequences of diminishing Arctic ice, in the hopes of improving how the Arctic is represented in climate models.

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Nov 10, 2019

Here's How 2 Schools Have Made Free College Work — For Decades
The idea of tuition-free college isn't a new concept for some schools. Two colleges in Kentucky have been making it work for years.

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Nov 09, 2019

Hundreds March In Reenactment Of A Historic, But Long Forgotten Slave Rebellion
Artist Dread Scott organized the 26-mile trek to New Orleans as a tribute to the men and women who protested their enslavement in the German Coast Uprising of 1811 by re-imagining a different outcome.

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Nov 09, 2019

You Can Get A Master's In Medical Cannabis In Maryland
The University of Maryland, Baltimore, now has a master's program dedicated to the science and therapeutics of medical weed because of a growing number of students looking for expertise in the field.

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Nov 09, 2019

A Smart Home Neighborhood: Residents Find It Enjoyably Convenient Or A Bit Creepy
Smart homes let homeowners turn on lights and unlock doors from a mobile phone. But the technology also sends incredible amounts of data to big tech companies.

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Nov 09, 2019

Republicans Ask For Whistleblower, Hunter Biden to Testify in Impeachment Inquiry
Republican Rep. Devin Nunes said that calling these witnesses would help ensure the impeachment probe "treats the President with fairness." Democrats are unlikely to approve the entire request.

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Nov 09, 2019

Instagram Will Test Hiding 'Likes' On Some U.S. Accounts Starting Next Week
"The idea is to try to 'depressurize' Instagram, make it less of a competition," the company's CEO Adam Mosseri announced on Friday.

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Nov 09, 2019

3 Dead In Australian Bushfires As Country Braces For Summer
Several fires across New South Wales continue to burn as conditions in the area — two years or more of drought, hot and dry winds, little to no rainfall — have spurred the blazes.

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Nov 09, 2019

Indian Supreme Court Rules Disputed Territory Belongs To Hindus
The territory, in northern India, was the site of a 16th-century mosque, torn down in 1992 by Hindu extremists. Judges paved the way on Saturday for a Hindu temple to be built there.

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Nov 09, 2019

The Camp Fire Destroyed 11,000 Homes. A Year Later Only 11 Have Been Rebuilt
A year after the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history devastated Paradise, the state grapples with tough questions about how to rebuild in the era of worsening wildfires.

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Nov 09, 2019

Mexican Official Tries To Move Asylum-Seekers Stuck In Tent Camps
At one point a child welfare official threatened to take custody of the kids and families refused to let them go. "I told them I couldn't, that I wouldn't let my kid go," one woman said.

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Nov 09, 2019

A 'National Challenge': Pete Buttigieg On Racial Inequity In Policing
If elected president, the South Bend., Ind., mayor says he will prioritize building more trust between law enforcement and marginalized communities across the country.

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Nov 09, 2019

The Berlin Wall Fell And Thousands Left This East German City. Now Some Are Returning
Picturesque Goerlitz has appeared in films like The Grand Budapest Hotel and Inglourious Basterds. But a lack of jobs led thousands of residents to go elsewhere. The city is trying to woo them back.

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Nov 09, 2019

William Barr Emerges As The Attorney General Trump Wanted. Democrats, Not So Much
One year after the ouster of Jeff Sessions, it's become clear that his replacement, William Barr, enjoys the president's confidence in a way Sessions never did. Not everyone is pleased.

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Nov 09, 2019

The Lake That Feeds The Mekong Basin Is Facing A Shortage Of Fish
As Cambodia kicks off a three-day water festival, fishermen are struggling to make a living in the face of climate change and hydropower dams.

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Nov 09, 2019

The Whistleblower Complaint Has Largely Been Corroborated. Here's How.
Read an annotation of the complaint that set off the formal impeachment inquiry in the House of Representatives, with references to congressional testimony, public statements and news reports.

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Nov 09, 2019

What We Learned From Reading Thousands Of Pages Of Impeachment Inquiry Transcripts
Here are eight things that stood out from the past week's release of closed-door deposition transcripts.

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Nov 09, 2019

Stress Over Mass Shootings, Health Care Access High Among Latinos, Survey Finds
A national survey by psychologists shows a significant rise in U.S. stress in 2019. Mass shootings, the election campaign and concerns about health care costs and access top the list of stressors.

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Nov 08, 2019

What Would You Like To Know About The Impeachment Inquiry?
Maybe you're curious about the process and timing. Or maybe you want to know more about how this topic connects with your day-to-day life. We want your questions.

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Nov 08, 2019

With Blackouts, California's Electric Car Owners Are Finding New Ways To Charge Up
Nearly half of all the electric cars in the country are owned in California. But the recent wildfires and power outages are inspiring some drivers to use their cars to power their homes.

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Nov 08, 2019

Wildfires Rage In Australian State: 'We've Simply Never Had This Number Of Fires'
Officials say persistent drought caused a massive outbreak of fires in New South Wales, which is the country's most populous state. Dangerous conditions are expected to continue in the coming months.

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Nov 08, 2019

After Democrats Seize Power In Virginia, Gov. Northam Focuses On Gun Control
Democrats will soon control Virginia for the first time since 1993. Gov. Ralph Northam tells NPR: "With a Democratic Senate and House, I believe we can move forward with common sense gun legislation."

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Nov 08, 2019

After Democrats Seize Power In Virginia, Gov. Northam Sets His Sights On Gun Control
Democrats will soon control Virginia for the first time since 1993. Gov. Ralph Northam tells NPR: "With a Democratic Senate and House, I believe we can move forward with common sense gun legislation."

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Nov 08, 2019

As Democrats Prepare To Take Power In Virginia, Gov. Northam Focuses On Gun Control
Democrats will soon control Virginia for the first time since 1993. Gov. Ralph Northam tells NPR: "With a Democratic Senate and House, I believe we can move forward with common sense gun legislation."

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Nov 08, 2019

Paradise Bobcats Football Team Gives California Town Hope After Fires
One bright spot for the fire-devastated town of Paradise, Calif., is the high school football team. The Paradise Bobcats finished the regular season undefeated.

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Nov 08, 2019

'Lula,' Brazil's Popular Ex-President, Freed From Prison — For Now
A court ordered the release of Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva, one day after a Supreme Court decision cleared the way. Now, Lula can remain free as long as appeals of his corruption conviction unfold.

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Nov 08, 2019

CDC Finds Possible Culprit In Outbreak Of Vaping-Related Lung Injuries
In every lung fluid sample tested from patients inflicted with lung injury, the scientists found traces of a chemical called vitamin E acetate. It's seen as a breakthrough in the investigation.

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Nov 08, 2019

'First-Gen' Proud: Campuses Are Celebrating An Overlooked Group. But Is That Enough?
With T-shirts, pins and posters, campuses are drawing attention to first-generation students. The next step, experts say, is to actually give those students the knowledge and support they need.

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Nov 08, 2019

How The Fugitive Slave Act Paved The Way For The Civil War
Author Andrew Delbanco says Northerners began to realize slavery wasn't just a Southern issue after the passage of the 1850 law. His book is The War Before The War. Originally broadcast Nov. 6, 2018.

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Nov 08, 2019

White House Broke From 'Normal Process' Handling Trump-Ukraine Call, Witness Said
A top White House attorney placed records about President Trump's now-famous Ukraine call in a system few could access, Alexander Vindman testified. His is one of two transcripts released Friday.

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Nov 08, 2019

Grief Sweeps Through Hong Kong, Where Protester's Death Portends Further Unrest
A student died Friday of injuries suffered in a fall as police dispersed protesters from a parking garage. Across the region, protesters mingled grief with grievance, renewing their calls for change.

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Nov 08, 2019

READ: Testimony Of Alexander Vindman, The White House's Ukraine Specialist
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman is a foreign affairs expert who serves on the national security council. He's been described as having told investigators he worried immediately about the Ukraine affair.

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Nov 08, 2019

READ: Testimony Of Fiona Hill, Ex-White House Russia Policy Official
Hill, a well-known specialist in Russia and its president, was said to have told House investigators that she objected to the Ukraine pressure plan — as did her then-boss, John Bolton.

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Nov 08, 2019

Nike To Investigate Mary Cain's Claims Of Abuse At Its Nike Oregon Project
The sports company's move came after former teen phenom Mary Cain told a harrowing account of mental and physical abuse she says she suffered under disgraced distance running coach Alberto Salazar.

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Nov 08, 2019

Nike To Investigate Runner Mary Cain's Claims Of Abuse At Its Oregon Project
The sports company's move came after the former teen phenom told a harrowing account of mental and physical abuse she says she suffered under disgraced distance running coach Alberto Salazar.

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Nov 08, 2019

Murderer 'Dies,' Is Resuscitated, Then Says He Completed His Life Sentence
But the Court of Appeals of Iowa doesn't buy that logic. A panel of judges said the inmate is "either alive, in which case he must remain in prison, or he is dead, in which case this appeal is moot."

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Nov 08, 2019

High-Ranking Dog Provides Key Training For Military's Medical Students
Service dogs are a common sight at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, near Washington, D.C. But this special canine trains would-be healers how to pick the right dog for a wounded veteran.

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Nov 08, 2019

As Delhi Chokes On Smog, India's Health Minister Advises: Eat More Carrots
Residents of one of the world's most polluted cities are getting fed up with government inaction — and a few questionable tweets aren't helping.

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Nov 08, 2019

As Pence Puts Trump On New Hampshire Ballot, His GOP Opponents Visit The State
The vice president's visit comes as Trump's GOP challengers see the first-in-the-nation primary as a place where they'll make a stand against Trump.

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Nov 08, 2019

Going For A Beer Run? A Brew Could Be Your Post-Exercise Recovery Drink
More lower-alcohol, lower-calorie beers are being marketed as part of an active lifestyle, and are even being offered after long runs or sporting events. Here's how the science adds up.

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Nov 08, 2019

Going For A Beer Run? Could A Brew Be Your Post-Exercise Recovery Drink?
More lower-alcohol, lower-calorie beers are being marketed as part of an active lifestyle, and are even being offered after long runs or sporting events. Here's how the science adds up.

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Nov 08, 2019

Going For A Beer Run? Here's How A Brew Fares As A Post-Exercise Recovery Drink
More lower-alcohol, lower-calorie beers are being marketed as part of an active lifestyle, and are even being offered after long runs or sporting events. But scientists say to be wary.

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Nov 08, 2019

The Water Is Already Low At A Florida Freshwater Spring, But Nestlé Wants More
Nestlé wants to increase the amount of water it withdraws from Ginnie Springs to nearly 1.2 million gallons a day, to the dismay of environmental groups and local activists.

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Nov 08, 2019

David Hasselhoff Is Still Big In Germany 30 Years After His Berlin Wall Show
The Hoff recently sat down with NPR in Berlin and told the story of how he became a rock star there.

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Nov 08, 2019

Math Looks The Same In The Brains Of Boys And Girls, Study Finds
Brain scans of 104 boys and girls doing basic math tasks found no gender differences. The finding adds to the evidence that boys and girls start out with equal ability in math.

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Nov 08, 2019

'Just The Right Policy': Pete Buttigieg On His 'Medicare For All Who Want It' Plan
The South Bend, Ind., mayor explains his health care overhaul plan — "Medicare for all," as well as private insurance — and differentiates it from other Democratic presidential candidates' plans.

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Nov 07, 2019

Feds Say Self-Driving Uber SUV Did Not Recognize Jaywalking Pedestrian In Fatal Crash
The death of a pedestrian struck by the self-driving vehicle in Arizona last year highlights safety concerns and calls for regulating the testing of such vehicles.

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Nov 07, 2019

Jeff Sessions Says He Will Run For His Old Alabama Senate Seat
A year ago, Sessions resigned as attorney general after months of tension with President Trump, who complained that the former Alabama senator was not sufficiently loyal.

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Nov 07, 2019

Jeff Sessions Says He Will Run To Regain His Old Senate Seat From Alabama
A year ago, Sessions resigned as attorney general after months of tension with President Trump who complained that the former Alabama senator was not sufficiently loyal.

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Nov 07, 2019

Shelby Says Sessions Could Win Alabama Senate Race Despite Rift With Trump
GOP Sen. Richard Shelby of Alabama, a longtime ally of Jeff Sessions, says his former Senate colleague could win a bid to regain his old seat despite a "difficult relationship" with President Trump.

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Nov 07, 2019

Former New York Mayor Bloomberg Re-Opens Door To 2020 Presidential Run
A possible late entry into the Democratic primary by Bloomberg less than three months before the Iowa caucuses would shake up the still-crowded field.

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Nov 07, 2019

Former New York Mayor Bloomberg Reopens Door To 2020 Presidential Run
A possible late entry into the Democratic primary by Bloomberg less than three months before the Iowa caucuses would shake up the still-crowded field.

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Nov 07, 2019

U.S. Company Accused Of Illegally Selling Chinese-Made Security Products To Military
Aventura Technologies Inc. and seven of its employees are facing charges of fraud, money laundering and illegal importation of Chinese equipment, which officials say endangered military personnel.

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Nov 07, 2019

U.K. Police Confirm Identities Of All 39 Vietnamese Nationals Found Dead In Truck
British and Vietnamese authorities conducted DNA tests of the victims, who were found dead in a truck container on Oct. 23. Police previously said the victims were Chinese nationals.

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Nov 07, 2019

German Airline Lufthansa Grounds 1,300 Flights As Flight Attendants Strike
Thousands of employees picketed outside of airports in Germany. Lufthansa, that nation's largest carrier, expects 180,000 passengers will be affected by the two-day work stoppage.

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Nov 07, 2019

Las Vegas Bans Sleeping, Camping in Public Places
Homeless activists swarmed the Las Vegas City Council chambers chanting, "housing, not handcuffs!" The mayor said the measure is necessary in order to address a homeless problem that is not abating.

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Nov 07, 2019

Post-#MeToo, Ernst & Young Grapples With Diverging Views Of Its Culture
Until recently, the accounting giant coached some top women leaders to look "polished" and speak briefly. The company has since disavowed the program, arguing its workplace culture promotes women.

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Nov 07, 2019

New Zealand Commits To Being Carbon Neutral By 2050 — With A Big Loophole
The Zero Carbon bill is ambitious but contains a major exception for methane emitted by plants and animals. Methane from animals like cattle and sheep made up 34% of the country's emissions in 2017.

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Nov 07, 2019

Trump Is Expected To Sign Bill Making Animal Cruelty A Federal Crime
The PACT Act would be the first national law making severe animal cruelty and torture illegal. An earlier law only banned videos of such acts.

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Nov 07, 2019

Top State Dept Aide Details Debate Over Ukraine Pressure Campaign
"Politically related prosecutions ... undermine the rule of law," George Kent said in his deposition. The transcript of his interview with impeachment investigators was released on Thursday.

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Nov 07, 2019

Ukraine Pressure Campaign Undermined 'Rule Of Law,' Top State Dept Official Says
"Politically related prosecutions ... undermine the rule of law," George Kent said in his deposition. The transcript of his interview with impeachment investigators was released on Thursday.

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Nov 07, 2019

Ukraine Pressure Campaign Undermined 'Rule Of Law,' Top State Dept. Official Says
"Politically related prosecutions ... undermine the rule of law," George Kent said in his deposition. The transcript of his interview with impeachment investigators was released on Thursday.

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Nov 07, 2019

Syrian Kurdish Refugees Say Kurdish Forces Tried To Prevent Them From Fleeing To Iraq
"They told us, even if you stand here for 100 years, we are not going to let you cross," one refugee who made it to an Iraqi camp tells NPR. Many have resorted to paying smugglers to help them cross.

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