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Dec 11, 2019

Supreme Court Hears Another Obamacare Case, With A Twist
The justices seemed sympathetic to $12 billion in insurance firms' claims. The Affordable Care Act promised to partially reimburse insurers if they lost money due to peoples' preexisting conditions.

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Dec 11, 2019

America Will Import More Sugar This Year Than It Has In 4 Decades
America's supply of sugar is shrinking because of a poor sugar beet harvest in the northern Midwest. As a result, the U.S. will import more sugar this year than it has in almost 40 years.

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Dec 11, 2019

Meteorologists Can't Keep Up With Climate Change In Mozambique
As world leaders gather for a climate summit in Madrid, some of the countries most vulnerable to climate change say they need improved forecasting tools.

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Dec 11, 2019

He Started Vaping THC To Cope With Chronic Pain. Then He Got Sick
A Navy veteran from Cleveland tried vaping marijuana to deal with his chronic pain. He landed in the hospital, becoming one of over 2,200 Americans who have suffered serious lung injury from vaping.

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Dec 11, 2019

Grassroots Progressive Group Gives Warren Top Marks Among 2020 Democrats
Indivisible ranked candidates on progressive priorities, including "democracy reforms" they want implemented if a Democrat wins in 2020. Bernie Sanders was a close second, with Joe Biden in last.

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Dec 11, 2019

House Democrats To Begin Amending Impeachment Articles Wednesday Evening
The Judiciary Committee has scheduled a hearing for 7 p.m. to mark up the legislation by which the House could then impeach President Trump, possibly by Christmas.

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Dec 11, 2019

DOJ Inspector General Testifies On FBI Probe Of Trump Campaign
Inspector General Michael Horowitz released a 434-page report that found no evidence of bias by the FBI in opening the Russia investigation — but it did find faults with the way it was conducted.

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Dec 11, 2019

Betsy DeVos Overruled Education Dept. Findings On Defrauded Student Borrowers
The education secretary says many students who were defrauded by for-profit colleges don't deserve full relief from their loans. Department memos show career staff arguing the opposite.

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Dec 11, 2019

Federal Judge Blocks Diversion Of Military Construction Money For Border Wall
The case brought by El Paso County, Texas is similar to another won by the Sierra Club in California. The U.S. Supreme Court said wall construction can continue while the Trump administration appeals.

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Dec 10, 2019

Facing Scrutiny, Pete Buttigieg Releases List of McKinsey Clients
The list of clients includes: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Canadian supermarket chain Loblaws,

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Dec 10, 2019

Lawyer: Bolton Aide Charles Kupperman Fears House Will Reissue Subpoena For Testimony
An attorney for former national security adviser Charles Kupperman told a federal judge in Washington on Tuesday that the pledge from Democrats that they won't reissue a subpoena cannot be trusted.

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Dec 10, 2019

Navy: Saudi Flight Trainees Are Grounded In Aftermath Of Pensacola Shooting
Officials have curtailed flight training for Saudi students as investigators continue to examine why one student killed three U.S. service members last week.

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Dec 10, 2019

Democratic Bill Aims To Block Title IX Rule Changes Pushed By Trump Administration
The bill comes as the U.S. Department of Education is nearing the end of a lengthy rule-making process to revise rules that govern how universities that receive federal funding handle sexual assault.

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Dec 10, 2019

New Statue Unveiled In Response To Richmond's Confederate Monuments
Kehinde Wiley's new sculpture mimics one of Confederate Gen. J.E.B. Stuart. The new work stands in front of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, a mile from its inspiration.

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Dec 10, 2019

Why European Countries Are Reluctant to Repatriate Citizens Who Are ISIS Fighters
Hundreds of ISIS fighters from Europe are in prison facilities in Syria. The prospect of repatriating them is deeply unpopular in much of Europe, and some countries have stripped them of citizenship.

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Dec 10, 2019

Merriam-Webster Singles Out Nonbinary 'They' For Word Of The Year Honors
The dictionary publisher lauded the singular they Tuesday, noting that the tiny word has enjoyed important new uses in an English language that otherwise lacks a good gender-neutral alternative.

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Dec 10, 2019

Andrew Yang Qualifies For December Debate, Bringing Diversity To Stage
The upstart entrepreneur and nonprofit executive becomes the seventh — and likely final — candidate to make the cut. He will also be the only nonwhite candidate onstage.

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Dec 10, 2019

At Least 1 Police Officer Dead After Jersey City Standoff
"Today is a horrific day," the New Jersey State Policemen's Benevolent Association said. Authorities confirmed "multiple deceased" during the shootout, which doesn't appear linked to terrorism.

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Dec 10, 2019

6 Dead In Jersey City Shootings, Including 1 Police Officer
"Today is a horrific day," the New Jersey State Policemen's Benevolent Association said. Authorities confirmed "multiple deceased" during the shootout, which doesn't appear to be linked to terrorism.

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Dec 10, 2019

Police Officer, 5 Others Killed In Jersey City Shootings
Detective Joseph Seals, 40, a father of five, had served with the Jersey City Police Department for 15 years. The dead included the two suspected gunmen.

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Dec 10, 2019

University Of Phoenix Reaches $191 Million Settlement With FTC, Including Debt Relief
The school has 15 business days to inform eligible students, "You no longer owe any money to University of Phoenix. You don't have to do anything to get this relief. "

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Dec 10, 2019

'Trump And His Generals' Author: The President Is Now Surrounded By 'Yes Men'
CNN analyst Peter Bergen reflects on Trump's soured relationships with Generals Mattis, McMaster and Kelly. "He's gotten rid of the most competent people he had in his circle," Bergen says.

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Dec 10, 2019

Now Playing: The Investigation Into The Russia Investigation
A watchdog report has reinvigorated the debate over the 2016 Trump campaign and its links to Russia. Another report is in the works and looks likely to reach different conclusions.

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Dec 10, 2019

Tough Questions 'Must Be Answered' After New Zealand's Deadly Volcano Eruption
At least six people are dead and others badly injured or missing, after an event Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called "devastating." Now, some are wondering why tourists were there in the first place.

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Dec 10, 2019

Exxon Wins New York Climate Change Fraud Case
New York's Attorney General argued that the oil giant misled shareholders about the financial risks from climate change.

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Dec 10, 2019

Marie Fredriksson, Of Pop Group Roxette, Dead At 61
As half of Roxette, Fredriksson was one of Sweden's most notable pop exports, selling tens of millions of albums and garnering several hit songs.

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Dec 10, 2019

Roxette's Marie Fredriksson Dead At 61
As half of Roxette, Fredriksson was one of Sweden's most notable pop exports, selling tens of millions of albums and garnering several hit songs.

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Dec 10, 2019

Flight Attendants, Pilots Say Frontier Discriminated Against New Moms
In a pair of lawsuits filed in federal court, a group of pilots and flight attendants say Frontier Airlines failed to accommodate the needs of pregnant and nursing women.

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Dec 10, 2019

READ: Articles Of Impeachment Against President Trump
House Democrats have unveiled their allegations. After it finalizes the articles, the Judiciary Committee is expected to send them to the full House for a vote on whether to impeach.

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Dec 10, 2019

House Democrats Support Updated Trade Deal With Mexico And Canada
House Democrats and organized labor have signed off on an updated trade agreement with Mexico and Canada. The announcement comes as Democrats unveiled articles of impeachment against President Trump.

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Dec 10, 2019

Bill Cosby Loses Appeal Of Sexual Assault Conviction
Cosby is serving a sentence of 3-10 years for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his home outside Philadelphia in 2004.

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Dec 10, 2019

Chilean Military Plane Carrying 38 People Crashes En Route To Antarctica
The Chilean air force says it hasn't been able to locate the Hercules C-130 transport plane, but has determined it likely crashed. A search and rescue mission is ongoing.

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Dec 10, 2019

Gunman Kills 6 In Attack Inside Czech Hospital's Waiting Room
The shooting set off a manhunt that ended when the suspected gunman killed himself as police were closing in on him. Three people were also injured.

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Dec 10, 2019

From Consensus To Deadlock: Is Impeachment Still A Check On Presidents?
The Nixon impeachment was a bipartisan affair; President Clinton's impeachment was less so. But in the Trump era, getting bipartisan support for the move is virtually impossible.

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Dec 10, 2019

House Democrats Expected To Unveil Articles Of Impeachment Tuesday
Two Democratic aides say the announcement is planned for 9 a.m. ET. The articles would need approval from the Judiciary Committee and then the full House for President Trump to be impeached.

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Dec 10, 2019

WATCH LIVE: House Democrats Expected To Unveil Articles Of Impeachment Tuesday
Two Democratic aides say the announcement is planned for 9 a.m. ET. The articles would need approval from the Judiciary Committee and then the full House for President Trump to be impeached.

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Dec 10, 2019

Lawsuit Claims SAT And ACT Are Illegal In California Admissions
Students and advocacy groups want the University of California system to drop the test requirement. They argue the policy "illegally discriminates against applicants on the basis of race and wealth."

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Dec 10, 2019

House Democrats Unveil 2 Articles Of Impeachment Against Trump
Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., and his colleagues announced on Tuesday they're charging the president with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

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Dec 10, 2019

Elizabeth Warren's Journey From 'Pro-Business' Academic To Consumer Advocate
Warren's political identity was forged in Texas. The ideas she espouses now about the danger of a shrinking middle class come from her years of bankruptcy research as a law professor in Austin.

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Dec 10, 2019

China Wants Your Personal Information, Trump's National Security Adviser Warns
If some U.S. allies allow Chinese company Huawei into their 5G telecommunications networks, Robert O'Brien says China's communist government would have access to sensitive personal data.

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Dec 10, 2019

Trump's National Security Adviser Warns China Wants Your Personal Information
If some U.S. allies allow Chinese company Huawei into their 5G telecommunications networks, Robert O'Brien says China's communist government would have access to sensitive personal data.

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Dec 10, 2019

Wheelchairs On Planes: Why Can't Passengers Use Their Own Onboard?
Many buses and vans can safely accommodate and restrain a passenger's wheelchair, but airline passengers are required to transfer to the plane's standard seat. A grassroots group hopes to change that.

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Dec 10, 2019

CHART: Democratic Governors Make A Big Comeback Under Trump
With Kentucky's gubernatorial inauguration on Tuesday, Democrats are nearing parity with the GOP after a historic low point in 2016. That could have a big impact on redistricting and other key issues.

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Dec 09, 2019

Trump To Meet Russia's Lavrov At White House Tuesday
The last time Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was at the White House, Trump bragged about firing former FBI Director James Comey.

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Dec 09, 2019

Grandson Of Former President George H.W. Bush Is Running For Congress In Texas
The CEO of a nonprofit organization joins a crowded GOP field in a suburban Houston district likely to be a Democratic target in 2020.

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Dec 09, 2019

Saudi Gunman Legally Purchased Pistol Used In Pensacola Air Station Attack
Calling for a review of federal gun laws, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis says, "The Second Amendment is so that we the American people can keep and bear arms. It does not apply to Saudi Arabians."

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Dec 09, 2019

A Family Tree for Dog? DNA Tests For Pets Take Off, Ahead Of The Science
If you own a rescue dog, you're probably curious about your pup's heritage. DNA kits may offer insights, but experts warn to be a little skeptical about results.

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Dec 09, 2019

Student Loans A Lot Like The Subprime Mortgage Debacle, Watchdog Says
Mike Calhoun rang the alarm bell early on about the subprime mortgage debacle — before reckless lending drove the economy into recession. These days, he's sounding the alarm about student loans.

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Dec 09, 2019

Pete Frates, A Driving Force Behind The Viral Ice Bucket Challenge, Dies At 34
The former Boston College baseball star was diagnosed with ALS when he was 27. He turned a fundraising challenge into a national story and helped raise millions for ALS research.

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Dec 09, 2019

Quilters Across The U.S. Answer Call To Help Sew Up Unfinished Project
A Chicago woman found an unfinished quilt of the United States at an estate sale and sought help online to finish it. Quilters from around the country joined her last weekend to complete the project.

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Dec 09, 2019

Appeals Court Skeptical Of Democrats' Lawsuit Over Trump's Overseas Business Deals
The legal challenge is one of number of court battles aimed at Trump over alleged violations of the so-called emoluments clauses, which ban the president from profiting from foreign governments.

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Dec 09, 2019

ACA Insurers In The Supreme Court: Why Consumers Should Pay Attention
The case centers on $12 billion in payments the federal government pledged to insurers to defray their losses in the first years of the health law. Did rescinding those payments send premiums soaring?

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Dec 09, 2019

With Paris Peace Talks, Putin And Zelenskiy Meet For First Time
More than 13,000 people have been killed in the Russian insurgency since it began five years ago. The Ukrainian president entered the talks in a tricky position, wanting peace but lacking leverage.

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Dec 09, 2019

Miss Universe 2019 Is Young, Gifted And An Outspoken Believer In 'Black Girl Magic'
Zozibini Tunzi of South Africa speaks out on "natural" beauty, gender equality and climate change.

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Dec 09, 2019

At 34, Finland's Sanna Marin Set To Become World's Youngest Sitting Prime Minister
She was nominated to lead the Social Democratic party on Sunday after her predecessor stepped down. The four other parties in her coalition are all led by women.

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Dec 09, 2019

There's A New Kind Of Inequality. And It's Not About Income
A report issued by the U.N. Development Programme says that the 20th-century thinking about global inequality no longer works in the 21st century.

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Dec 09, 2019

Myanmar's Suu Kyi In Hague To Defend Against Rohingya Genocide Charges
The de facto leader of Myanmar will testify in front of the International Criminal Court to answer charges that her country carried out genocide against the Muslim minority group.

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Dec 09, 2019

At Least 5 Dead After Volcano Erupts Off New Zealand Coast
Fewer than 50 people are believed to have been on or near White Island at the time of the eruption. Officials say some remain unaccounted.

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Dec 09, 2019

At Least 5 Dead After Volcano Erupts Off New Zealand's Coast
Fewer than 50 people are believed to have been on or near White Island. Officials say some are still unaccounted for, and it remains too dangerous for emergency services to access White Island.

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Dec 09, 2019

Golden Globe Nominations: Netflix Cleans Up As Famous Faces Rule
The Golden Globe nominations are always odd, but this year, they may be even odder than usual, particularly on the TV side. But it must be said: The Globes love a star, and now they love Netflix.

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Dec 09, 2019

Former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker Dies at 92
Volcker took the top job at the Federal Reserve in 1979, at a time when inflation was spiraling out of control. He is credited with taming it.

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Dec 09, 2019

Anti-Doping Agency Bans Russia From International Sports Events For 4 Years
WADA says Russia won't be able to take part in high-profile events such as the upcoming Summer Olympics in Tokyo or the 2022 World Cup because it has continued to provide fake information.

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Dec 09, 2019

Transcript: NPR's Full Interview With Joe Biden
Morning Edition host Rachel Martin interviews former Vice President Joe Biden aboard his campaign bus about his bid for the Democratic nomination and the impeachment inquiry against President Trump.

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Dec 09, 2019

DOJ Watchdog On Russia Probe: No Evidence Of Bias, But Problems With Surveillance
Inspector General Michael Horowitz's report enumerates multiple issues with the FISA application for former Trump aide Carter Page.

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Dec 09, 2019

Justice Department Watchdog Report On Russia Investigation Due Monday
Inspector General Michael Horowitz's highly anticipated report about the Russia investigation could offer political ammunition to both Republicans and Democrats.

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Dec 09, 2019

Biden Rejects Calls For Impeachment Testimony As A Trump Ploy To 'Divert Attention'
In an interview with NPR, the former vice president said no one warned him about the optics of his son working in Ukraine. Biden also defended calling a voter a "damn liar" in Iowa last week.

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Dec 09, 2019

Democrats' Impeachment Process To Resume Monday — As Will Battles With GOP
Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., says members must be briefed on the findings of the House Intelligence Committee. Ranking Member Doug Collins, R-Ga., wants a hearing of his own with his own witnesses.

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Dec 09, 2019

WATCH LIVE: Democratic Counsel Calls Trump A 'Clear And Present Danger'
The House Judiciary is holding a hearing on the findings of the impeachment inquiry, with attorneys for both parties. Chairman Jerry Nadler said at the start that the president "has broken his oath."

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Dec 09, 2019

WATCH LIVE: Democrats' Impeachment Process Resumes — As Do Battles With GOP
Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., says members must be briefed on the findings of the House Intelligence Committee. Ranking Member Doug Collins, R-Ga., wants a hearing of his own with his own witnesses.

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Dec 09, 2019

WATCH LIVE: Democratic Impeachment Counsel Calls Trump A 'Clear And Present Danger'
The House Judiciary is holding a hearing on the findings of the impeachment inquiry, with attorneys for both parties. Chairman Jerry Nadler said at the start that the president "has broken his oath."

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Dec 08, 2019

What Comes Next In The Impeachment Inquiry
Michel Martin speaks with Ruth Marcus, deputy editorial page editor for the Washington Post, about what to expect this week in the impeachment inquiry.

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Dec 08, 2019

Caroll Spinney, Who Played Big Bird And Oscar On 'Sesame Street,' Dies At 85
The actor and puppeteer performed on the popular TV show from its very first episode in 1969 until his retirement last year.

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Dec 08, 2019

FBI Is Investigating Pensacola Shooting As Terrorism
The shooter was an officer in Saudi Air Force who was a student at the Naval Air Station Pensacola. The FBI said the Saudi government has pledged its cooperation.

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Dec 08, 2019

43 Dead In 'Extremely Horrific' Fire At New Delhi Factory
Many of the victims were asleep in beds in the factory when the fire began. Streets in the area were so crowded that firetrucks couldn't reach the site, and had to shoot water from 100 yards away.

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Dec 08, 2019

Rapper Juice WRLD Has Died At Age 21
The fast-rising rapper collapsed at Chicago's Midway Airport in the early hours of Sunday. The Cook County medical examiner confirmed his death to NPR.

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Dec 08, 2019

Colombia's Former Prison Island Gorgona Is Open For Tourists — And Snakes
Nature has taken over this onetime penal colony turned national park, surrounded by waters popular with divers for their sharks, rays and whales. A resort manager calls it a "mini-Galápagos."

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Dec 08, 2019

In Alaska's Wilderness, A New Vision Of Higher Learning
The Arete Project in Southeast Alaska brings very different students from around the world together to learn from nature and each other, and earn college credit along the way.

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Dec 08, 2019

Candy Canals: Architects Craft Gingerbread Replica Of Venice
A competition brought hundreds of architects, designers and engineers together to build a mini version of the Italian city out of Snickers, Mars bars, Jellybeans, cereal, gummy bears and more.

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Dec 08, 2019

Alaska Cod Fishery Closes And Industry Braces For Ripple Effect
Gulf of Alaska cod have been in steep decline due to rising ocean temperatures. Now, for the first time ever, federal fisheries managers are shutting down the lucrative fishery because of low stock.

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Dec 08, 2019

Soupy Study: Minestrone Could Be A Secret Weapon Against Malaria
It all started when a London primary school asked children to bring in a plastic tube containing approximately one tablespoon of homemade soup.

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Dec 08, 2019

Big Money Is Building A New Kind Of National Park In The Great Plains
In Montana, a former Silicon Valley entrepreneur wants to create a massive, privately funded public park. Some ranchers oppose the American Prairie Reserve and say they can better conserve the land.

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Dec 08, 2019

Eat For 10 Hours. Fast For 14. This Daily Habit Prompts Weight Loss, Study Finds
A new study finds time-restricted eating helped overweight people who were at high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes to lose about 3% of their body weight, reduce belly fat and feel more energetic.

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Dec 08, 2019

Can A Computer Catch A Spy?
Thirty years ago, a team of investigators set out to find one of the most damaging spies in U.S. history. It took three years. Could today's computer algorithms uncover insider threats any faster?

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Dec 07, 2019

Pensacola Gunman, Victims Identified
The Navy has named the three sailors killed during an active shooter incident at Naval Air Station Pensacola on December 6th.

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Dec 07, 2019

Family Of Pensacola Navy Base Shooting Says Victim 'Saved Countless Lives'
The victim's brother said in a Facebook post that his sibling was shot multiple times. "He died a hero and we are beyond proud but there is a whole in our hearts that can never be filled."

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Dec 07, 2019

As Impeachment Inquiry Moves Forward, Questions Around Pompeo Continue To Swirl
The questions surrounding what Secretary of State Mike Pompeo knew about the Ukraine affair reflect the outsized role he has assumed as one of the president's most influential advisers.

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Dec 07, 2019

In A Warming Greenland, A Farming Family Adapts To Drought — And New Opportunities
Kanuk Nielsen and his brother Pilu grew up on a sheep farm in southern Greenland. Kanuk has decided to remain on the farm. Pilu gives helicopter tours to visitors, who are arriving in greater numbers.

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Dec 07, 2019

Biden Doubles Down On Heated Town Hall Where He Called Voter A 'Damn Liar'
"The fact of the matter is, this guy stood up and he was, in fact, lying," Biden said in an interview Friday evening with NPR Morning Edition host Rachel Martin.

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Dec 07, 2019

American Held In Iran Released In Prisoner Exchange
Princeton graduate student Xiyue Wang, held by Iran for three years, was released Saturday in exchange for Iranian scientist Massoud Soleimani, who had been held in the U.S.

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Dec 07, 2019

American Student Xiyue Wang Freed In U.S.-Iran Prisoner Swap
The Princeton graduate student held by Iran for three years, was released Saturday in exchange for Iranian scientist Massoud Soleimani, who had been held in the United States.

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Dec 07, 2019

Meet The Womanikin, The Breasted Vest Working To Close The CPR Gender Gap
Studies show women are less likely to receive CPR in public than men. A manikin sleeve with silicone breasts might be part of the solution.

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Dec 07, 2019

A Day For Shipbuilders: Caroline Kennedy Christens The USS John F. Kennedy
The ship's high-profile christening marks a day of recognition for the thousands of workers that have participated in the project over more than five years.

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Dec 07, 2019

Democrats Are Going To Impeach Trump — Here's How They Might Do It
Democrats are going forward with impeachment against President Trump. During a hearing this week, they tipped their hand about the three articles they might bring forward.

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Dec 07, 2019

This Is What It's Like To Be An Ebola Doctor Under Fire In Congo
Dr. Marie-Roseline Bélizaire says the United Nations is failing to keep its medical workers safe.

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Dec 07, 2019

PG&E Announces $13.5 Billion Settlement Of Claims Linked To California Wildfires
The utility hopes the settlement will help it emerge from bankruptcy proceedings by the end of the year. When it declared bankruptcy in January, the company faced potential liabilities of $30 billion.

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Dec 06, 2019

Tony And Emmy Award Winning Actor Ron Leibman Dies At 82
Leibman, who played a wide range of roles in films, the stage and television, is perhaps most popularly known for his role as the father of Jennifer Aniston's Rachel Green on Friends.

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Dec 06, 2019

Tony And Emmy Award Winning Actor Ron Liebman Dies At 82
Liebman, who played a wide range of roles in films, the stage and television, is perhaps most popularly known for his role as the father of Jennifer Aniston's Rachel Green on Friends.

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Dec 06, 2019

Los Angeles Jury Finds No Defamation In Elon Musk's 'Pedo Guy' Tweet
The Tesla CEO was embroiled in a Twitter spat with one of the rescuers of 12 boys and their soccer coach in Thailand last year.

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Dec 06, 2019

Why The Trump Decision To Delay Aid To Ukraine Is Under Scrutiny
There are lots of reasons U.S. foreign aid can be held up or frozen. There's even a law that governs the issue. But many experts say what happened over the summer with Ukraine is highly irregular.

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Dec 06, 2019

GOP Rep. Hunter Says He Will Resign 'After The Holidays,' Days After Guilty Plea
The California Republican congressman's resignation marks a dramatic change in fortunes for the son of a once-powerful member of the House Armed Services Committee.

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