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Oct 18, 2019

White House Adviser Peter Navarro Calls Fictional Alter Ego An 'Inside Joke'
Peter Navarro, a key architect of President Trump's trade policy, made up one of the people the adviser repeatedly quotes in his nonfiction books. Navarro's publisher is not amused.

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Oct 18, 2019

'We Didn't Believe We Would See The Sun Rise': Refugees From Syria Arrive In Iraq
More than 2,000 refugees have crossed into Iraq since Turkey began its assault on northeastern Syria last week. Aid groups are bracing for as many as 50,000 refugee arrivals.

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Oct 18, 2019

New Orleans Will Use Explosives To Topple Cranes At Hard Rock Hotel Collapse Site
A tropical storm will bring gusty winds to the area, threatening the stability of two towering cranes that remain unstable following last weekend's disaster.

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Oct 18, 2019

Pause In Turkey's Syria Incursion Largely Holding On First Day
There are a lot of unanswered questions, like whether Kurdish forces are actually withdrawing from the border. The Pentagon says U.S. ground forces won't be involved in enforcing a "safe zone."

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Oct 18, 2019

Some Fighting Continues In Northern Syria Despite Turkish 'Pause'
There are a lot of unanswered questions, like whether Kurdish forces are actually withdrawing from the border. The Pentagon says U.S. ground forces won't be involved in enforcing a "safe zone."

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Oct 18, 2019

Explosions At Mosque Kill At Least 62 People In Afghanistan
It's the most serious militant attack against civilians in weeks,. And it continues an alarming trend of rising casualties among the public in Afghanistan.

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Oct 18, 2019

What's Behind The Research Funding Gap For Black Scientists?
Black scientists more often seek grants for community health studies, but molecular-level research proposals win more funding. More diversity throughout the process could help close the gap, says NIH.

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Oct 18, 2019

Forget About The Tap: A City Of 2 Million Has Virtually No Running Water
Democratic Republic of Congo is the scene of the world's second deadliest Ebola outbreak. But in the city of Goma, some 250 miles from the hot zone, residents have other concerns.

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Oct 18, 2019

A City In Congo Dodged Ebola. But Residents Have Another Big Worry
Democratic Republic of Congo is the scene of the world's second deadliest Ebola outbreak. But in the city of Goma, some 250 miles from the hot zone, residents have other concerns.

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Oct 18, 2019

The Long, Strange Journey Of 'Gung-Ho'
The word "gung-ho" used to mean "industrial cooperative." So, how did it come to describe that over-eager middle-schooler taking high school math? On today's edition of Word Watch, we explore.

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Oct 18, 2019

Hear Prince's Acoustic 'I Feel For You' Demo, Fresh From The Vault
"I Feel for You" was a smash for Chaka Khan in 1984. Five years earlier, it existed only as a solo demo by a 20-year-old Prince.

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Oct 18, 2019

In Virginia, 2 Young Candidates Vie To Be First Black GOP Lawmakers In 15 Years
Since Reconstruction, Virginia has elected only two African American Republicans to the legislature. This year, two young black men are running against Democrats to try to change that.

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Oct 18, 2019

Massive Gun Battle Erupts In Mexico Over Son Of Drug Kingpin 'El Chapo'
Security forces came under attack and were forced to withdraw after they sought to arrest Ovidio Guzmán López, who is thought to control the Sinaloa cartel since his father's arrest in 2014.

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Oct 18, 2019

Get Caught Up: 4 Big Questions About The Trump-Ukraine Affair
Although new pieces of the puzzle are added all the time, some of the biggest questions about the Ukraine pressure campaign — and what Congress may do about it — aren't yet resolved.

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Oct 18, 2019

Drone Delivery Is One Step Closer To Reality
Walgreens is testing out delivery from store to door by drone in Virginia, and UPS won approval to expand air delivery of medical supplies.

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Oct 18, 2019

Whistleblower Alleges Fraud At A Large Medicare Advantage Plan In Seattle
As the Trump administration calls for expanding access to Medicare Advantage, a federal whistleblower lawsuit accuses a large Medicare Advantage plan of bilking Medicare out of $8 million.

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Oct 18, 2019

Mattis Takes Swipe At Trump: 'I Earned My Spurs On The Battlefield'
In a speech blending humor with a serious message, the former secretary of defense also quoted a warning by Lincoln against a leader "unfettered by conscience, precedent or decency."

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Oct 17, 2019

City Council Votes To Close New York's Notorious Rikers Island Jail Complex
The city expects to reduce its jail population by more than half by 2026 and plans to relocate prisoners in four smaller jails spread across the city.

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Oct 17, 2019

Juul Suspends Sales of Flavored Vapes And Signs Settlement To Stop Marketing To Youth
Flavored e-cigarettes have hooked millions of teens to nicotine. Now, Juul says it will suspend sales of many flavors. Some call the move too little, too late.

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Oct 17, 2019

Even With A New Agreement, Brexit Is Not A Done Deal. Here's Why
It looks like a big breakthrough in Britain's long process to leave the European Union, but the saga doesn't end here.

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Oct 17, 2019

Energy Secretary Rick Perry To Resign
As the country's 14th secretary of energy, Perry leads an agency he once vowed to eliminate. He has emerged as a central figure in the impeachment inquiry of Trump.

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Oct 17, 2019

Senators Press CFPB To Dig Into Problems With Public Service Student Loan Program
The senators urged the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to do more to examine problems with a troubled loan forgiveness program, citing an investigative story by NPR this week.

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Oct 17, 2019

DNA Tests For Psychiatric Drugs Are Controversial But Some Insurers Are Covering Them
Finding the right medication to treat mental health problems can be a frustrating trial-and-error process. New genetic tests aim to match meds to patients more effectively, but do they really work?

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Oct 17, 2019

Video: Climate Activist Yanked From Top Of London Train Amid Melee
The actions snarled Londoners' morning rush hour, sparking frustration among people who rely on the train. Police have made at least 1,711 arrests in the climate activists' 12 days of protests.

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Oct 17, 2019

Pence Says Turkey Has Agreed To Suspend Its Incursion Into Syria
Pence led a delegation to try to convince the Turkish president to stop the military incursion into Syria and enact a ceasefire. The goals were considered highly unlikely ahead of Thursday's meeting.

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Oct 17, 2019

New England Nor'easter Storm Shuts Power Off For Hundreds Of Thousands
A powerful and intense coastal storm has pummeled several states with heavy rain and strong winds, downing power lines and trees in Maine, Massachusetts and other states.

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Oct 17, 2019

Most U.S. Dairy Cows Are Descended From Just 2 Bulls. That's Not Good
The drive to make more milk has had an unsavory side effect: Cows have become more genetically similar and less fertile. Scientists are trying to recover valuable genetic variation that was lost.

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Oct 17, 2019

G-7 Summit To Be Held At Trump's Miami Golf Resort
The decision is sure to renew debate about President Trump's unprecedented decision to maintain ownership of the Trump Organization after taking the oath of office.

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Oct 17, 2019

Trump's Miami Golf Course To Host G-7 Summit
The decision is sure to renew debate about President Trump's unprecedented decision to maintain ownership of the Trump Organization after taking the oath of office.

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Oct 17, 2019

Childhood Obesity Is Rising "Shockingly Fast" — Even In Poor Countries
A comprehensive new report from UNICEF calls attention to the surge in obesity in developing countries — even as they're dealing with children who are undernourished.

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Oct 17, 2019

Childhood Obesity Is Rising 'Shockingly Fast' — Even In Poor Countries
A comprehensive new report from UNICEF calls attention to the surge in obesity in developing countries — even as they're dealing with children who are undernourished.

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Oct 17, 2019

'Get Over It': Politics Is Part Of Foreign Policy, Mulvaney Says
White House acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney spoke to reporters in a rare press briefing on Thursday, defending the administration's strategy with Ukraine.

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Oct 17, 2019

White House Holds Now-Rare Press Briefing Amid Impeachment, Syria Conflicts
White House acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney spoke to reporters on Thursday afternoon.

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Oct 17, 2019

WATCH: White House Holds Now-Rare Press Briefing Amid Impeachment, Syria Conflicts
White House acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney is speaking to reporters on Thursday afternoon.

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Oct 17, 2019

Reporters' Notebook: The Moment Everything Changed In Syria
Here is what it was like in the northern part of the country as the Syrian military started advancing to retake territory after the U.S. made way for Turkey's incursion against the Kurdish forces.

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Oct 17, 2019

Trump Gave Giuliani The Ukraine Portfolio And Boxed Out Diplomats, Sondland Says
The U.S. ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland appeared before the House committees leading the impeachment inquiry into President Trump. His opening statement was released Thursday.

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Oct 17, 2019

READ: Gordon Sondland's Opening Statement To Congress
The U.S. ambassador to the European Union, emerging as a key figure in the House's impeachment inquiry, is speaking with committees behind closed doors on Thursday.

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Oct 17, 2019

Britain's Boris Johnson Hails New Brexit Deal With EU As Deadline Looms
The prime minister said that he'd forged a new agreement that would allow the European Union to keep collecting value-added tax from Northern Ireland and allow special treatment for some Irish goods.

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Oct 17, 2019

Britain's Johnson Hails New Brexit Deal With EU
The prime minister said Thursday that he'd forged a new agreement that would allow the European Union to keep collecting VAT tax from Northern Ireland and allow special treatment for some Irish goods.

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Oct 17, 2019

Britain's Johnson Hails New Brexit Deal With EU As Deadline Looms
The prime minister said Thursday that he'd forged a new agreement that would allow the European Union to keep collecting VAT tax from Northern Ireland and allow special treatment for some Irish goods.

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Oct 17, 2019

Prominent Hong Kong Protest Leader Beaten By Unknown Assailants
Jimmy Sham, who has taken an active part in organizing anti-government protests, was left bloodied and dazed after being attacked by a group of men wielding hammers.

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Oct 17, 2019

Maryland Democratic Rep. Elijah Cummings Dies At 68
The Baltimore congressman, who was chairman of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, had taken a lead role in the impeachment inquiry of President Trump.

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Oct 17, 2019

Gordon Sondland, The Ambassador Whose Texts Put Him At The Center Of Ukraine Scandal
Based on interviews with people who know Sondland, what emerges is a portrait of a man fixated on getting an ambassadorship in Europe and, once in the job, would do what it took to keep it.

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Oct 17, 2019

Some People Get 'Brain Tingles' From These Slime Videos. What's Behind The Feeling?
The science is nascent and a little squishy, but researchers are trying to better understand ASMR — a feeling triggered in the brains of some people by certain soft sounds and gentle gestures.

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Oct 17, 2019

Hong Kong's 'Indigenous' Villages Mirror Tensions Of An Increasingly Divided City
Indigenous villages, whose residents' ancestors predated British colonial rule, tend to be sympathetic to Beijing. But over the years, waves of new residents have brought different political beliefs.

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Oct 17, 2019

4th Defendant Arrested In Alleged Campaign Contribution Scheme Linked To Giuliani
David Correia, who was listed as one of four defendants in a grand jury indictment issued last week, has surrendered to authorities after returning to New York following a trip to the Middle East.

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Oct 16, 2019

California To Unveil Earthquake Alert System Thursday
The system will detect the beginning of a quake and send out alerts warning residents that they have a few seconds to prepare for a possibly deadly temblor.

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Oct 16, 2019

Chicago Teachers Will Go On Strike, Capping Years Of Social Justice Activism
For the second time in seven years, Chicago Public Schools teachers will be on strike starting Thursday, walking out of class, they say, in the name of better schools.

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Oct 16, 2019

McConnell Prepares Senate For Trump Impeachment Trial As Inquiry Escalates
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell briefed his caucus on what a Trump impeachment trial could look like in the Upper Chamber. It could last weeks, and begin after the Thanksgiving holiday.

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Oct 16, 2019

British Family Who Made Unauthorized U.S.-Canada Border Crossing Has Been Deported
A vacationing family say they were 'treated like criminals' in federal detention. U.S. authorities say two adults in the group had previously been denied authorization to come to the United States.

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Oct 16, 2019

NASA's First All-Female Spacewalk Set For Friday
Astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir will replace a faulty power regulator on the International Space Station. Only 15 women have participated in spacewalks, and all were accompanied by men.

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Oct 16, 2019

Hospital Giant Sutter Health Agrees To Settlement In Big Antitrust Fight
Health care costs in Northern California, where Sutter Health dominates, are 20% to 30% higher than in Southern California, even after adjusting for cost of living. Settlement terms aren't yet public.

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Oct 16, 2019

Gifted Students With Autism Find An Intellectual Oasis In Iowa
A center at the University of Iowa is making sure that its programs for gifted teens include those with autism spectrum disorders.

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Oct 16, 2019

Family 'Ambushed' By Trump Suggestion To Meet With Woman Who Caused Fatal Crash
The president said his meeting with the parents of 19-year-old Harry Dunn "was beautiful in a certain way," before arguing that driving the wrong way in Europe "happens to a lot of people."

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Oct 16, 2019

Family 'Ambushed' By Trump's Surprise Meeting With Woman Who Caused Fatal Crash
Trump said his meeting with the parents of 19-year-old Harry Dunn "was beautiful in a certain way," before arguing that driving the wrong way in Europe "happens to a lot of people."

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Oct 16, 2019

'One Of The Worst Forms Of Evil': More Than 330 Arrested In Child Porn Site Bust
The porn website has been shut down and 23 children were rescued. "You may try to hide behind technology but we will find you and we will arrest and prosecute you," a federal official warns.

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Oct 16, 2019

Census Bureau Asks States For Driver's License Records To Produce Citizenship Data
The Census Bureau is gathering records on people's U.S. citizenship status as part of Trump administration efforts to produce data that a GOP strategist said could politically benefit Republicans.

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Oct 16, 2019

Chicago Cancels Public School Classes As Teachers Strike Looms
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Wednesday that she expects the teachers union to move ahead with their strike after a contract agreement wasn't reached.

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Oct 16, 2019

Chicago Cancels Public School Classes As Teachers' Strike Looms
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Wednesday that she expects the teachers union to move ahead with a strike after a contract agreement wasn't reached.

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Oct 16, 2019

Ex-Pompeo Aide Is Latest State Department Official To Talk In Impeachment Inquiry
Michael McKinley is the latest Trump official to testify before the House committees leading the impeachment inquiry. In a surprise move last week, McKinley quit his job at the State Department.

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Oct 16, 2019

Poor People Are Still Sicker Than The Rich In Germany, Despite Universal Health Care
Even with generous health coverage, sizable health disparities persist between Hamburg's wealthier and poorer neighborhoods. Crowding, poor air quality and fewer physicians plague poorer areas.

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Oct 16, 2019

GM And UAW Reach Tentative Agreement To End National Strike
When the UAW's GM national council reviews the deal's terms Thursday, it will decide whether nearly 50,000 workers should remain on strike or if they should go back to work immediately.

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Oct 16, 2019

Trees That Survived California Drought May Hold Clue To Climate Resilience
When it comes to surviving the warming climate, scientists are finding that some plants and animals have an edge. The hope is that these "super adapters" can help preserve their species.

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Oct 16, 2019

Trump Defends Syria Withdrawal: 'It's Not Our Border'
The president's comments come ahead of a press conference with his Italian counterpart, Sergio Mattarella, and follows the Democratic primary debate in Ohio on Tuesday night.

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Oct 16, 2019

Trump Defends Syria Withdrawal: 'It's Not Our Problem'
President Trump's comments come ahead of a press conference with Italian President Sergio Mattarella and follows the Democratic primary debate in Ohio on Tuesday night.

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Oct 16, 2019

House Democrats Walk Out Of White House Syria Meeting, Accusing Trump Of 'Meltdown'
Lawmakers have widely criticized President Trump's decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria. Trump says it was House Speaker Nancy Pelosi who had the "meltdown."

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Oct 16, 2019

Democrats Say Trump Had A 'Meltdown' In Meeting On Syria
Lawmakers have widely criticized President Trump's decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria, and a White House meeting on the topic devolved into name-calling, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer said.

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Oct 16, 2019

Hong Kong Announces Housing Reforms As Government Faces 20th Week Of Protests
After being shouted down by opposition lawmakers, the Hong Kong chief executive announced new public housing projects in the notoriously expensive city.

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Oct 16, 2019

Hong Kong Announces Housing Reforms As Government Faces Ongoing Protests
After being shouted down by opposition lawmakers, the Hong Kong chief executive announced new public housing projects in the notoriously expensive city.

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Oct 16, 2019

He, She, They: Workplaces Adjust As Gender Identity Norms Change
As more people identify themselves as neither categorically male or female, some employers are making changes to neutralize references to gender in everything from name tags to bathrooms.

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Oct 16, 2019

A Boy's Mysterious Illness Leads His Family On A Diagnostic Odyssey
Alex Yiu was born a healthy seeming baby. But by age 2, his muscle control and speech were deteriorating. His baffling condition took a decade to diagnose. The reanalysis of a DNA test was the key.

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Oct 16, 2019

As The Climate Warms, Companies Are Scrambling To Calculate The Risk To Their Profits
Companies are trying to figure out the risks to their profits from a warming planet. Some of them are turning to high-tech tools of climate science.

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Oct 16, 2019

The Goldfish Tariff: Fancy Pet Fish Among The Stranger Casualties Of The Trade War
China is considered the motherland of aquarium goldfish, bred over centuries into rare forms. Now tariffs have some U.S. sellers of these goldfish in a tailspin.

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Oct 16, 2019

The War On Terror, Through The Eyes Of 3 Women At The CIA
After the 2001 al-Qaida attacks, the CIA ramped up counterterrorism operations. This included a surge in young, female recruits. Three have written new books about their secretive work.

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Oct 16, 2019

The War On Terrorism, Through The Eyes Of 3 Women At The CIA
After the 2001 al-Qaida attacks, the CIA ramped up counterterrorism operations. This included a surge in young, female recruits. Three have written new books about their secretive work.

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Oct 16, 2019

As The Climate Warms, Companies Scramble To Calculate The Risk To Their Profits
Companies are trying to figure out the risks to their profits from a warming planet. Some of them are turning to high-tech tools of climate science.

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Oct 16, 2019

5 Ways To Make The Office More Welcoming For People Of All Gender Identities
There are a few ways employers and colleagues can respectfully welcome people who do not conform to traditional gender norms.

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Oct 16, 2019

For NASA's New Suits, 'Mobility' Is The Watchword
The space agency unveils two new spacesuits for a planned 2024 return to the moon. They're designed to be more comfortable and easier to move around in than their Apollo-era forerunners.

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Oct 16, 2019

6 Takeaways From The 4th Democratic Presidential Primary Debate
Elizabeth Warren faced new scrutiny, Pete Buttigieg controlled multiple exchanges and the potential conflicts of interest of Joe Biden's son got relatively little focus.

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Oct 16, 2019

Hong Kong's Leader Driven Out Of Legislature By Raucous Pro-Democracy Lawmakers
Embattled Chief Executive Carrie Lam was unable to give her annual policy address before the territory's legislature amid shouts in support of anti-government protests and her resignation.

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Oct 16, 2019

Tracking The Money Race Behind The Presidential Campaign
See which 2020 presidential candidate has raised the most money, who has spent the most, where a candidate's funding comes from — and how the Democrats stack up against President Trump.

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Oct 16, 2019

In Democratic Debate, A Fiery Clash Over U.S. Role In Syria
All the candidates oppose President Trump's recent troop withdrawal. But the two military veterans on the stage revealed a lack of consensus over how the U.S. should move forward in the Middle East.

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Oct 15, 2019

Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar To Endorse Bernie Sanders For President
The two progressive congresswomen are part of "The Squad" — a quartet of freshman Democratic women of color who are popular with the party's base but who are frequent targets of Democrats and Trump.

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Oct 15, 2019

A Surging Warren Faces Attacks From More Moderate 2020 Candidates
Facing scrutiny from other candidates for the first time, Sen. Elizabeth Warren's policy positions were described as unrealistic and expensive by her rivals in the Democratic debate.

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Oct 15, 2019

Felicity Huffman Begins 14-Day Prison Term In College Admissions Scandal
Huffman must also pay a $30,000 fine, perform 250 hours of community service and spend a year on probation.

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Oct 15, 2019

Biden On Ukraine: 'My Son Did Nothing Wrong, I Did Nothing Wrong'
With the debate's second question, the former vice president gets a chance to respond to President Trump's accusations.

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Oct 15, 2019

Biden On Ukraine: 'My Son Did Nothing Wrong. I Did Nothing Wrong'
With the debate's second question, the former vice president got a chance to respond to President Trump's accusations.

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Oct 15, 2019

White House Reportedly Replaced Ukraine Policy Staff With 'Three Amigos'
Chief of staff Mick Mulvaney called a meeting which resulted in the replacement of the administration's Ukraine team with people considered more reliable, according to an account of a deposition.

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Oct 15, 2019

3 Major Drug Distributors Reportedly Negotiating $18B Opioid Settlement
A new study estimates that the opioid epidemic has cost the U.S. economy about $631 billion due to health care costs and the unrealized lifetime earnings of people who died of overdoses.

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Oct 15, 2019

Listen Live To Democratic Presidential Debate Sponsored By CNN, The New York Times
A dozen candidates, the most so far on one stage, gather for the fourth primary debate at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio. Listen live on NPR starting at 8 p.m. E.T.

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Oct 15, 2019

October Democratic Debate: Live Fact Check, Analysis
Twelve candidates are on stage in Westerville, Ohio, on Tuesday night — amid an impeachment inquiry into President Trump. NPR reporters are providing live analysis and fact checks of their remarks.

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Oct 15, 2019

Trump Administration Moves To Expand Logging In Nation's Largest National Forest
The U.S. Forest Service is proposing to end a nearly two-decade long limit on logging in Alaska's Tongass National Forest. Local officials have pushed for looser restrictions to boost the economy.

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Oct 15, 2019

Salvador Dalí Etching Stolen From San Francisco Gallery In 'Snatch And Run'
Surveillance footage shows a young man casually walking away with the $20,000 work, one in a series that's seen as poking fun at both Pablo Picasso and the Spanish tradition of bullfighting.

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Oct 15, 2019

How The 3 Nobel Winners For Economics Upended The Fight Against Poverty
How does their approach work in practice? And why is it considered so ground-breaking?

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Oct 15, 2019

After Dorian's Wrath: Little Miracles Amid A Painful Recovery
Just over a month after Hurricane Dorian slammed into the northern Bahamas, parts of the island nation are still in ruins, thousands remain displaced and rebuilding efforts have only just begun.

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Oct 15, 2019

Then-National Security Adviser Called Rudy Giuliani 'A Hand Grenade' On Ukraine
Former White House aide Fiona Hill told impeachment investigators on Monday that she and former Trump adviser John Bolton were troubled by actions by the president's private lawyer.

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Oct 15, 2019

Then-National Security Advisor Called Rudy Giuliani 'A Hand Grenade' On Ukraine
Former White House aide Fiona Hill told impeachment investigators on Monday that she and former Trump advisor John Bolton were troubled by actions by the president's private lawyer.

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Oct 15, 2019

Fort Worth Interim Police Chief 'Deeply Sorry' For Fatal Shooting
Atatiana Jefferson, 28, was shot and killed in the confines of her own home by police officer Aaron Dean, who resigned Monday. Dean has been charged with murder.

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Oct 15, 2019

Back From China, LeBron James Speaks Out On NBA Controversy
James said he believed Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey "wasn't educated on the situation at hand" when he expressed support for pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong.

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Oct 15, 2019

British Family Detained By ICE After Unlawfully Entering U.S. From Canada
Eileen and David Connors say they accidentally crossed the U.S.-Canada border while vacationing. The couple and their 3-month-old son have been in a federal immigration facility since Oct. 3.

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