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Nov 12, 2018

Alexander Hamilton's Heirlooms Loaned To Philadelphia Museum
Personal artifacts of a Founding Father will be on display in Philadelphia through March 2019. They were loaned by a fifth great-grandson.

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Nov 12, 2018

Cal Fire Chief Ken Pimlott Discusses Wildfires Ravaging California
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Cal Fire Chief Ken Pimlott about the raging wildfires in California.

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Nov 12, 2018

California Wildfires Continue To Threaten Life And Property
Two massive wildfires continue to threaten California's Ventura and northwestern Los Angeles county. Driven by high winds and dry conditions, they've forced evacuation of 75,000 homes.

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Nov 12, 2018

Florida Counties Racing To Recount Votes Ahead Of Thursday Deadline
Recounts in three disputed Florida elections continue as lawyers for Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson and Republican Gov. Rick Scott spar over disputed ballots in the Senate race.

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Nov 12, 2018

Democrat Kyrsten Sinema Defeats Republican Martha McSally In Arizona Senate Race
The Associated Press projects that Democrat Kyrsten Sinema has defeated Republican Martha McSally, flipping the seat held by Republican Jeff Flake.

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Nov 12, 2018

California Business Owner Shares Why He Stayed Despite Risk From Wildfires
The Rock Store is a biker bar in Cornell, Calif., — north of Malibu and in the shadow of the deadly Woolsey Fire. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with the owner Rich Savko about the destruction he's seeing.

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Nov 12, 2018

Ballots Are Still Being Counted In Arizona Senate Race
Ballots are still being counted is the Arizona Senate race. Democrat Kyrsten Sinema now leads Republican Martha McSally and may be able to flip a Republican-held Senate seat.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 12, 2018

Megafires More Frequent Because Of Climate Change And Forest Management
Climate change as well as the way people have managed forests in the west are leading to more big fires. And more people live in harm's way.

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Nov 12, 2018

Bridging The Partisan Divide: Can Infrastructure Unite Democrats And Republicans?
The American Society of Civil Engineers gives the nation's infrastructure a D-plus grade and says it will take trillions to bring it up to par. But finding the funding is a bipartisan problem.

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Nov 12, 2018

Vatican Insists U.S. Bishops Put Off Vote On Their Response To Sexual Abuse Crisis
"At the insistence of the Holy See, we will not be voting" on a standard of conduct and other actions, said Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

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Nov 12, 2018

A Marvel Of A Man: Stan Lee Dead At 95
Lee gave us over six decades' worth of superheroes we could identify with, characters like Spider-Man and The Incredible Hulk, who reacted to super-powered crises in believably flawed, human ways.

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Nov 12, 2018

R.I.P. HAL: Douglas Rain, Voice Of Computer In '2001,' Dies At 90
Rain was best known for the eerie, sonorous voice he lent to HAL 9000 in the 1968 Stanley Kubrick film. However, he was also celebrated for his decades of performances on the Shakespearean stage.

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Nov 12, 2018

News Brief: Wildfires, Florida Recount, Michelle Obama's Memoir
Wildfires tear through northern and southern California. Florida recounts ballots in the races for governor and U.S. senator. And former first lady Michelle Obama's book, Becoming, is out Tuesday.

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Nov 12, 2018

More Than 200 People Are Unaccounted For In California Wildfires
Firefighters are racing against wind to control blazes raging in two areas of the state. David Greene talks to Andrew Fox, mayor of Thousand Oaks, and reporter Sonja Hutson of member station KQED.

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Nov 12, 2018

Johnny And Shandra Fortier Reflect On Fleeing Their Home
We've been bringing you voices from across California where fires rage on both ends of the state. Johnny and Shandra Fortier fled their mobile home in Southern California. Their home didn't survive.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 12, 2018

California Community Deals With Back-To-Back Tragedies
Last week in Thousand Oaks, a shooter opened fire at a bar killing 12 people before taking his own life. Just a day later, a massive fire forced thousands to evacuate their homes.

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Nov 12, 2018

WWI Airstrip, Replicated In Southwest Ohio, Honors Veterans
Thirty miles outside of Dayton, Ohio, is a tribute to aviation history. Russ Turner turned a 10-acre field into a replica of a WWI aerodrome. This year, 18 pilots flew their replica planes there.

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Nov 12, 2018

Southern California Couple Reflects On Fleeing Their Home
We've been bringing you voices from across California where fires rage on both ends of the state. Johnny and Shandra Fortier fled their mobile home which didn't survive the wildfire.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 12, 2018

Mysterious Suitcase Helps Connecticut Man Discover His Grandfather's WWII Service
After decades, a Connecticut man found his grandfather's grave in the Netherlands, and the Dutch family members that were the grave's volunteer caretakers.

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Nov 12, 2018

Retailers Plan To Clear Deadly Paint Removers From Shelves, As EPA Delays Ban
A chemical in common paint removal products is implicated in more than 50 deaths. Even though a federal ban has been delayed, some major retailers are voluntarily taking the products off shelves.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 12, 2018

EXCLUSIVE: Michelle Obama Reads From Her Forthcoming Memoir 'Becoming'
In two audio clips from her memoir, set to hit shelves Tuesday, the former first lady reads about her life at Princeton and about her difficulties having a baby.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 11, 2018

Death Toll In California Wildfires Climbs To At Least 31
Firefighters are racing against wind gusts to control blazes raging in two areas of the state. In Northern California, officials say six more bodies were found.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 11, 2018

Dan Crenshaw, Navy SEAL And Congressman-elect, Takes To 'SNL' For A Teachable Moment
Republican Dan Crenshaw is one of at least 16 new veterans who were elected to the House in the midterm elections.

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Nov 11, 2018

After NRA Mocks Doctors, Physicians Reply: 'This Is Our Lane'
"We are not anti-gun: we are anti-bullet holes in our patients," wrote one physician in response to the NRA. Another posted a photo of his own scrubs, bloody from trying to save a gunshot victim.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 11, 2018

Reporting On Mass Shootings: A Familiar Heartbreaking Script
In the past year, NPR's Leila Fadel has had to report on the mass shooting in Las Vegas, and last week's shooting in Thousand Oaks, Calif., that left 13 dead, including the gunman.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 11, 2018

Troll Watch: On Eve Of Midterm Elections, Misinformation Targets Bigger Political Issues
New York Times columnist Kevin Roose was tracking trolls and fake news on social media during the run up to the midterm elections .

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Nov 11, 2018

With Its Primary Opponents Voted Out, What's Next For Labor Unions?
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with the president of the AFL-CIO, Richard Trumka, about union strategies following the midterm elections.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 11, 2018

What A Democratic House Could Mean For Trump's Legislative Agenda
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with former Trump White House official Marc Short about how the administration plans to work with a Democratic House of Representatives.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 11, 2018

'Boy Erased': The True Story Behind The Film
Garrard Conley's memoir of growing up as the gay son of a conservative Baptist preacher has been made into a movie. He speaks with NPR's Michel Martin.

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Nov 11, 2018

Arrival Of Thousands Of Troops At Southern U.S. Border Incites Both Fear And Calm
The first of thousands of active duty troops ordered to the border by President Trump have reached the Rio Grande Valley. While some local activists criticize the deployment as a political stunt, others welcome the troops as a necessary strengthening of the border.

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Nov 11, 2018

At Least 25 Killed In California Wildfires
Wildfires have killed at least 25 people in California, including at least 23 in the northern part of the state, where thousands of homes have also been destroyed.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 11, 2018

Chico Battles 'Most Destructive Fire' In California History
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with the mayor of Chico, Calif., Sean Morgan, about the wildfires sweeping the region.

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Nov 11, 2018

On 'SNL,' Congressman Crenshaw Accepts Pete Davidson's Apology
Last week, Saturday Night Live cast member Pete Davidson mocked then Texas Congressman-elect Dan Crenshaw. After much criticism, the two made-up on air this Saturday.

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Nov 11, 2018

World Leaders Warn Against Nationalism At World War I Remembrance Ceremony
In a speech at the Arc de Triomphe, French President Emmanuel Macron took aim at the style of nationalism that has been embraced by President Trump.

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Nov 11, 2018

To Decrease Bird Kills, Cat Lovers Team Up With Bird Lovers In D.C. Cat Count
Outdoor cats kill as many as 4 billion birds each year in this country. But how many cats are there, really? Now a team of technicians is trying to count Washington, D.C.'s feral felines.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 11, 2018

President Trump's Visit To France Creates Further Distance With European Allies
It's been a wild time for President Trump post-midterms. After a combative week with the press, he went to France, where he separated himself further from European allies.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 11, 2018

Science Policy In Congress
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Representative Eddie Bernice Johnson, Democrat of Texas, to discuss what the midterm results mean for the House science committee.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 11, 2018

The American Academy Of Pediatrics On Spanking Children: Don't Do It, Ever.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has released new guidance on spanking children: Don't do it, ever. Dr. Jennifer Shu speaks with NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro about why the guidance is so strong now.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 11, 2018

One Man's Journey Of Navigating President Trump's Immigration Policies
We hear the story of a man who is caught at the intersection of President Trump's many immigration policies over the past two years.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 11, 2018

Paradise Fire Believed To Be The Worst Fire In California History
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Loren Lighthall, principal of Paradise High School. Paradise, California, has been devastated by what's believed to be the most destructive fire in state history.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 11, 2018

Recounts And Close Races
Florida's races for governor and U.S. Senate are being recounted, as key races in Arizona, Georgia, California and other states remain unresolved five days after the midterm elections.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 11, 2018

Looming Shutdown Of The Navajo Generating Station Means New Jobs Far From Home
For decades the Navajo Generating Station provided a good livelihood for Navajo and Hopi tribes. But the plant is scheduled to close next year, leaving 500 workers scrambling for an alternative.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 11, 2018

Major Ballot Initiatives From Around The Country
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro gives you a roundup of some ballot initiatives that you may have overlooked from around the country.

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Nov 11, 2018

Former FBI Agent Maps Out The Future Of The Justice Department
President Trump has tapped Matthew Whitaker to lead the Justice Department. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Asha Rangappa, a former FBI Special Agent and lawyer, about what might be next.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 11, 2018

Death Toll Climbs In Northern California Fire
A series of fires have left at least 25 dead. KQED's Sonja Hutson is near the 'Camp Fire' evacuation zone and gives us the latest updates.

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Nov 11, 2018

100 Years Ago, A U.S. Pilot Saw An 'End To The Sorrow' On Armistice Day
Fenton Caldwell was a reconnaissance pilot who was flying over France on Armistice Day, Nov. 11, 1918. His niece, Joy Panagides, shared an audio recording of his memories of the day.

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Nov 11, 2018

10 Notable People Leaving Congress
Thanks to a mix of retirements and defeats on Tuesday, some of the most high-profile lawmakers will soon be exiting Capitol Hill, from Paul Ryan to Beto O'Rourke to Claire McCaskill.

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Nov 11, 2018

'They Are My Men': A 50-Year Veterans Reunion Helped My Dad Process A Brutal Battle
To mark five decades since his unit fought in the Battle of Ben Cui in Vietnam, NPR video producer Kara Frame's father got the guys together. It was more than a reunion; it was a way to heal.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 10, 2018

At Least 23 Dead In California's Raging Wildfires
One of the fires "came to play with a vengeance," said Scott McLean, a deputy chief with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. "Nothing is going to stop this fire."

NPR U.S. News
Nov 10, 2018

At Least 25 Dead In California's Raging Wildfires
More than 250,000 have been driven out of their homes as the state was engulfed by five identified fires, from north to south.

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Nov 10, 2018

With California's Raging Fires, Fear And Devastation
One of the fires "came to play with a vengeance," said Scott McLean, a deputy chief with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. "Nothing is going to stop this fire."

NPR U.S. News
Nov 10, 2018

Wildfires Across California Kill At Least 9
Wildfires have caused major destruction and led to massive evacuations in California. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with reporter Stephanie O'Neill.

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Nov 10, 2018

Uptick In Threats Against Abortion Clinics
The release of Rachelle "Shelley" Shannon, who was imprisoned for shooting and injuring an abortion provider, has clinics on edge amid increased harassment of clinics since President Trump took office.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 10, 2018

Barbershop: President Trump And The Media
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with New Yorker staff writer Susan Glasser, Washington Post columnist Margaret Sullivan and Poynter Institute senior vice president Kelly McBride.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 10, 2018

Former AG Gonzales Calls Whitaker An 'Odd Choice' That Further Questions Leadership
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales about the shakeup at the Department of Justice.

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Nov 10, 2018

Former Attorney General Says Whitaker Appointment 'Confounds Me'
Alberto Gonzales says there are "legitimate questions" about whether Matthew Whitaker can serve as acting attorney general without Senate confirmation.

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Nov 10, 2018

Clinics That Provide Abortions On Edge After An Uptick In Threats Of Violence
The release of Rachelle "Shelley" Shannon, who was imprisoned for shooting and injuring an abortion provider in 1993, has clinics on edge amid increased harassment of clinics that provide abortions.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 10, 2018

Trump's Meeting In Paris To Commemorate End of World War I Starts With A Spat
Before a meeting of world leaders, meant to signal that tragedies of the war are long past, the presidents had a rough start. Trump called Macron's proposal for a European military "insulting."

NPR U.S. News
Nov 10, 2018

Florida Elections For Governor And U.S. Senate Heading For Recount
Machine counting of votes will begin this week after narrow margins were reported in the races for governor and U.S. Senate.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 10, 2018

'Farming While Black': A Guide To Finding Power And Dignity Through Food
Leah Penniman's new book teaches farming to address issues such as racism, health disparities and food access. She also traces some farming technologies back to their widely unknown African roots.

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Nov 10, 2018

As Construction Of Keystone XL Is Paused, Tribes Brace For What's Next
A federal judge in Montana blocked further work on the Keystone XL oil pipeline this week. Construction was scheduled to start in January 2019 and TransCanada says it's still committed to the project.

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Nov 10, 2018

Comparing The Saturday Night Massacre To The Present Day Justice Department
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Jim Doyle about his role in the Watergate prosecutor's office and how the Saturday Night Massacre compares with what's happening in today's Justice Department.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 10, 2018

Childbirth In The Age Of Addiction: New Mom Worries About Maintaining Her Sobriety
Pain medications commonly used in labor present medical and mental challenges for pregnant women recovering from opioid addiction.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 10, 2018

California Fires Persist
Wildfires across California are fueled by late-season Santa Ana winds. The Camp Fire in northern California destroyed the town of Paradise while more fires threaten southern parts of California.

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Nov 10, 2018

Changes In Abortion Rights Following The Midterm Elections
Voters in two states approved changing their state constitutions to no longer protect abortion rights. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with activist Robin Marty about abortion rights post-midterms.

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Nov 10, 2018

First Democrat To Represent A Suburban Atlanta District Prioritizes Gun Control
A woman who lost her 17-year-old African-American son in a shooting, won a long-held GOP House seat near Atlanta. Democrat Lucy McBath made gun control a top issue in her campaign.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 10, 2018

Investigation Continues Into Motive Behind California Bar Shooting
The investigation continues into the mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, Calif. earlier this week. Authorities are still trying to discern a motive.

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Nov 10, 2018

Major Ballet Shoe Supplier Diversifies Their Shoes
This week Freed of London released its new line of ballet shoes for dancers of color. We hear from black professional and student ballerinas about what this news means to them.

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Nov 10, 2018

Pew Research Center Says Half Of Adults Use YouTube To Learn New Things
A new Pew Research Center survey found roughly half of U.S. adults who use YouTube say it's helped them learn how to do new things, from how to knit to how to give a cat subcutaneous fluids.

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Nov 10, 2018

President Trump In Paris For Armistice Day Visit
President Trump met with French President Emmanuel Macron today in France to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.

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Nov 10, 2018

The Trump Administration's New Rule Bars Asylum To Immigrants That Enter Illegally
Scott Simon speaks with Linsday Harris of the American Immigration Lawyers Association about the Trump administration's new rule to deny migrants who enter the U.S. illegally from seeking asylum.

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Nov 10, 2018

The Phenomenon Of The 'Well Read Black Girl' Book Club
Glory Edim loves to read and talk about what she is reading. So she started the 'Well Read Black Girl' book club that became a national phenomenon.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 10, 2018

Veteran Marine Says That Service Never Stops
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with U.S.Marine Corps veteran Scott Cooper about his initiative for veterans to interact at the community level and bridge political divides.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 09, 2018

Michelle Obama Tells NPR She 'Never Ever' Would Have Chosen Politics For Herself
"It was very difficult being married to a man that felt like politics was his destiny," the former first lady tells All Things Considered host Audie Cornish in a wide-ranging interview about her life.

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Nov 09, 2018

Man Suspected Of Mailing Pipe Bombs Is Indicted And Faces Life In Prison
A 30-count indictment was handed up in Manhattan federal court on Friday for Cesar Sayoc, the Florida man who is accused of sending pipe bombs by mail to prominent Trump critics.

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Nov 09, 2018

Driver Who Slammed Into Church Bus Sentenced To 55 Years In Prison
Thirteen people on the bus were killed. Jack Young made a tearful apology to the victims' families on Friday. He was under the influence of drugs when he drove head-on into the bus.

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Nov 09, 2018

What Do Blue And Red America Have In Common? Craft Breweries — And More
There are some things in America that you can find in both Montana and Manhattan.

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Nov 09, 2018

Mourning Thousand Oaks Community Now Threatened By Wildfires
Authorities are continuing to investigate what happened Wednesday night when a gunman killed 12 people in a mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, Calif. They are looking for a possible motive.

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Nov 09, 2018

California Wildfires Destroy Town, Threatens Others And Forces Mass Evacuations
A fast-moving wildfire roared through the town of Paradise, Calif., on Thursday, destroying thousands of structures. The fire now threatens the much larger city of Chico.

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Nov 09, 2018

Campaign Manager For Stacey Abrams Discusses Challenge In Georgia Gubernatorial Race
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks to Lauren Groh-Wargo, campaign manager for Stacey Abrams, about the legal action they are taking to challenge the results of Georgia's gubernatorial race.

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Nov 09, 2018

The Latest In Georgia's Gubernatorial Race That's Not Yet Over
Friday is the deadline for provisional ballots in Georgia to be accepted.

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Nov 09, 2018

Why It's Notable That A Slew Of New Members Elected To Congress Are Military Veterans
For the midterm elections, many candidates in both parties were military veterans, and they relied heavily on their biographies in seeking votes. The results were mixed.

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Nov 09, 2018

Federal Jury Rules That Company Failed To Keep Workers Safe During Coal Ash Clean-Up
A federal jury in Tennessee this week ruled in favor of blue-collar workers after a coal ash spill clean-up left many of them dead and sick. NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Knoxville News Sentinel reporter Jamie Satterfield, who has been following the legal battle since last year.

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Nov 09, 2018

Investigators Still Looking For A Motive Behind Thousand Oaks Shooting
As details are put together of the police response to the mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, Calif., there are questions about whether the alleged gunman could have been stopped sooner.

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Nov 09, 2018

'A Hurting City': Thousand Oaks Grieves Victims Of The Borderline Shooting
"Tonight, we are a hurting city," Mayor Andy Fox told a large crowd of people who had gathered for a vigil at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 09, 2018

'We're Bringing Education Back': Takeaways From The Election
Here's a look at how the midterms changed a key component of education policy: state government.

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Nov 09, 2018

At Least 5 Dead As Blazes Ravage California
Three wildfires have forced more than 150,000 people to evacuate their homes across the state. Two of those dangerous blazes menaced Thousand Oaks even as it struggles to cope with a mass shooting.

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Nov 09, 2018

At Least 5 Dead As Blazes Ravage California, Including A Thousand Oaks In Mourning
Three wildfires have forced more than 150,000 people to evacuate their homes across the state. Two of those dangerous blazes menaced Thousand Oaks even as it struggles to cope with a mass shooting.

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Nov 09, 2018

At Least 9 Dead As Blazes Ravage California
Three wildfires have forced 250,000 people to evacuate their homes across the state. Two of those dangerous blazes menaced Thousand Oaks even as it struggles to cope with a mass shooting.

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Nov 09, 2018

Wildfires Wreak Havoc On California, Including A Thousand Oaks Still In Mourning
While the small community coped with a mass shooting Thursday, two dangerous blazes began nearby. Now firefighters are scrambling to contain them — as yet another fire rages hundreds of miles north.

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Nov 09, 2018

Wildfire Spreads In Southern California
A wildfire has spread across Ventura County, the same county where a shooter killed 12 people on Wednesday. Malibu, Calif., is under mandatory evacuation. KCLU's Lance Orozco provides an update.

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Nov 09, 2018

In Northern California, Wildfires Continue To Rage
Wildfires have spread rapidly in two parts of California. In Butte County, residents raced to evacuate their homes overnight. KQED's Jeremy Siegel reports on the latest update from fire officials.

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Nov 09, 2018

Share Your Story: What Issues Will Your Family Debate This Thanksgiving?
What issues do you expect your family to debate this Thanksgiving? And what's your strategy for confronting difficult topics? Tell us your story and you may be featured on Morning Edition.

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Nov 09, 2018

Thousands Evacuate Northern California Wildfire
A fire in Northern California is threatening thousands of structures and forcing residents to evacuate.

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Nov 09, 2018

Friend Of Whitaker On What To Expect From New Acting Attorney General
Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker has criticized the special counsel investigation. NPR's Rachel Martin asks a colleague and friend of Whitaker's, Bob Haus, about these views and their impact.

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Nov 09, 2018

News Brief: Trump Rule Attempts To Limit Asylum-Seekers, Thousand Oaks Shooting
The Trump administration issued a rule to attempt to restrict migrants' asylum rights. Also, the latest on the Thousand Oaks shooting and potential election recounts in Florida and Georgia.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 09, 2018

'You Want The Best For This Country, I Respect That': 2 Strangers Find Common Ground
Israel Baryeshua has conservative political views, while Tiffany Briseño identifies as liberal. Both agree that more kindness and compassion in politics would benefit the country.

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Nov 09, 2018

Thousand Oaks Remembers Shooting Victims
In the wake of the mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, Calif., victims are being remembered. A gunman — now deceased — killed 12 people on Wednesday night at a popular bar on "college night."

NPR U.S. News
Nov 09, 2018

Trump Administration Aims To Deny Asylum To Migrants Who Enter U.S. Illegally
The Trump administration announced new measures Thursday to deny asylum to migrants who enter the country illegally. On Friday, the administration will announce which countries are affected.

NPR U.S. News
Nov 09, 2018

The Races Still Up In The Air
In Florida, Georgia and Arizona, some races have yet to be called. The rhetoric was especially tense around Florida's Senate and gubernatorial races.

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