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Oct 19, 2018

VIDEO: Watch The Sea Forager Sustainably Harvest The Ocean's Bounty
In sun, sea and sand, Kirk Lombard teaches people how to responsibly fish and forage for dinner along the Northern California coast.

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Oct 19, 2018

Spain Plans To Remove Franco's Remains From A Memorial, Angering His Supporters
More than four decades after his death, the dictator Francisco Franco remains a divisive figure. His tomb is situated at a memorial outside Madrid that has become a pilgrimage site of sorts.

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Oct 19, 2018

Afghanistan Delays Election In Kandahar Due To Attack That Killed Police Chief
The rest of the country will vote on Saturday. But after a gunman pulled off a surprise and deadly attack in Kandahar, "there's a huge security vacuum, people are very nervous and worried."

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Oct 19, 2018

Afghanistan Delays Election In Kandahar After Attack That Killed Police Chief
The rest of the country will vote Saturday. But one journalist says that after a gunman pulled off a surprise attack in Kandahar, "there's a huge security vacuum, people are very nervous and worried."

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Oct 19, 2018

Trump Says He Now Believes Khashoggi Is Dead, Threatens 'Consequences'
Their statements are a departure from more nuanced comments Trump made earlier this week. Trump also approved Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's decision not to attend the kingdom's financial summit.

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Oct 19, 2018

After ICE Raid, A Shortage Of Welders In Tigertown, Texas
In August, immigration officials hauled off 150 workers from a northeast Texas plant — one of ICE's largest operations in a decade. Now the employer is pushing back.

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Oct 19, 2018

New York Hospital Says It Knew Of Sexual Misconduct By Pediatric Doctor
The Rockefeller University Hospital says it was aware for several years that Dr. Reginald Archibald, who died in 2007, engaged in misconduct with one or more of his minor patients.

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Oct 19, 2018

Detained American Graduate Student Allowed To Study In Israel, Court Rules
Israel's Supreme Court said Lara Alqasem should be allowed to study in the country despite her past association with a student group that supports boycotting Israel.

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Oct 19, 2018

How Does A Red Seat Turn Blue? Utah Race Tests Democrats' Strategy To Take The House
As the national Democratic party shifts to the left, control of the House in November likely rests on moderate Democrats beating Republicans in red districts Trump carried handily in 2016.

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Oct 19, 2018

A Rural Colorado Coal County Was Struggling. Then A Tech Company Brought New Jobs
For the first time in years, Delta County in western Colorado is experiencing population growth, one indicator that rural Americans are increasingly feeling optimistic about their economic future.

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Oct 19, 2018

StarKist Pleads Guilty To Price Fix In Alleged Collusion In Canned Tuna Industry
Three companies — StarKist, Chicken of the Sea, and Bumble Bee — are accused by the government of conspiring to keep their canned tuna prices high.

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Oct 19, 2018

StarKist Pleads Guilty To Price Fixing In Alleged Collusion In Canned Tuna Industry
Three companies — StarKist, Chicken of the Sea, and Bumble Bee — are accused by the government of conspiring to keep their canned tuna prices high.

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Oct 19, 2018

Feds Launch Sex Abuse Probe Of Pennsylvania's Roman Catholic Church
NPR has learned that the Justice Department issued subpoenas to at least six of the state's eight dioceses seeking private files and records.

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Oct 19, 2018

Boston Red Sox Stifle Houston Astros' Bats, Return To The World Series
Boston's pitchers held the Houston Astros to just five hits, and Red Sox third-baseman Rafael Devers continued his surprising postseason with a three-run homerun as the Red Sox won the ALCS.

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Oct 18, 2018

As Caravan Of Migrants Heads North, Trump Threatens To Close Southern U.S. Border
Hundreds of people have arrived at a Guatemalan town just across the border from Mexico. It's uncertain how Trump would block the group from crossing at a legal port of entry.

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Oct 18, 2018

Kobe Bryant Removed As Animation Festival Juror After Protest Over Past Allegations
A petition launched by "women and allies in the animation community" demanded "that accused rapist and sexual predator Kobe Bryant be removed" from the Animation Is Us festival.

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Oct 18, 2018

What's Scarier Than Zombies And Ghosts? Government Corruption And Running Out Of Cash
The Survey of American Fears reveals most Americans are preoccupied with the fear of corrupt government officials, for the fourth year running. Other anxieties include pollution and global warming.

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Oct 18, 2018

Jamal Khashoggi's Last Column Before Disappearance Calls For Free Expression
The column's publication is "kind of an acknowledgement to ourselves ... that we don't have much hope that we're going to be able to edit this one with him," the Post editorial page editor told NPR.

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Oct 18, 2018

Quake Insurance? California Pushing People To Say Yes To Coverage
Almost 90 percent of Californians do not have earthquake insurance. That worries state officials and quake experts, who are renewing the push to boost insurance coverage.

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Oct 18, 2018

Quake Insurance? California Wants People To Say Yes To Coverage
Almost 90 percent of Californians do not have earthquake insurance. That worries state officials and quake experts, who are renewing the push to boost insurance coverage.

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Oct 18, 2018

'I Am Heartbroken': Your Letters About Public Service Loan Forgiveness
NPR reported on the troubled Public Service Loan Forgiveness program, and dozens of aggrieved student borrowers wrote in to share their stories.

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Oct 18, 2018

Why Stay During A Hurricane? Because It's Not As Simple As 'Get Out'
As rescues continue after Hurricane Michael, officials expressed frustration at people who didn't evacuate. But experts say people's decisions to stay are almost always carefully considered.

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Oct 18, 2018

In Japan, A Strange Sight: Cherry Blossoms Blooming In The Fall
"I have never seen anything like this," said tree surgeon Hiroyuki Wada. Two typhoons that recently struck the country are a likely cause of the sudden flowering.

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Oct 18, 2018

Poll Finds Wide Partisan Gaps On America's Biggest Problems
A new Pew poll shows that there are few issues that Democrats and Republicans agree need to be fixed — and even then, they often don't agree on how to fix them.

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Oct 18, 2018

Poll: Wide Partisan Gaps On America's Biggest Problems
A new Pew poll shows that there are few issues that Democrats and Republicans agree need fixing — and even then, they often don't agree on how to fix them.

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Oct 18, 2018

Trump Intervened In FBI HQ Project To Protect His Hotel, Democrats Allege
The president has been personally involved with the future of the FBI's Pennsylvania Avenue headquarters building, and Democrats say it is an abuse of power intended to help his hotel up the street.

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Oct 18, 2018

'Times' Journalists Puncture Myth Of Trump As Self-Made Billionaire
Investigative reporters Susanne Craig and David Barstow say the president received today's equivalent of $413 million from his father's real estate empire, through what appears to be tax fraud.

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Oct 18, 2018

They Call Her 'Queen Of Dung' — And She Doesn't Mind
Millions of people burn animal dung for heating and cooking. To find out if the smoke can cause lung issues, researcher Claire McCarthy used some unorthodox methods.

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Oct 18, 2018

U.N. Syria Envoy Staffan De Mistura Is Stepping Down
De Mistura told the U.N. Security Council he was leaving for "purely personal reasons." In his final month, he plans to make a major push to try to lay the groundwork for a new constitution in Syria.

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Oct 18, 2018

Key Afghan Police Chief Dies in Kandahar Shooting; Top U.S. General Escapes Uninjured
Shooting broke out at the end of a meeting between Miller and officials who had been discussing how to maintain security during in in Afghanistan's upcoming parliamentary elections.

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Oct 18, 2018

Grandma Was Right: Sunshine Helps Kill Germs Indoors
All kinds of bacteria live with us indoors, and some can make us sick. A new study shows that rooms exposed to light had about half the live bacteria found in rooms that were kept in darkness.

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Oct 18, 2018

As Brexit Deadlines Loom, May Says U.K. Considering A Longer Transition Period
EU leaders have called off a planned November summit on the next phase of Brexit discussions, due to a lack of progress.

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Oct 18, 2018

As Brexit Deadlines Loom, May Says U.K. Considering Prolonged Transition Period
EU leaders have called off a planned November summit on the next phase of Brexit discussions, due to a lack of progress.

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Oct 18, 2018

Bye, Bye, Beer? Brewers Say They've Got A Plan On Climate Change
A scientific paper published this week predicts climate change will send beer prices skyrocketing and drastically reduce the barley crop. It got tons of media attention. But is beer really doomed?

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Oct 18, 2018

Bye-Bye, Beer? Brewers Say They've Got A Plan On Climate Change
A scientific paper published this week predicts climate change will send beer prices skyrocketing and drastically reduce the barley crop. It got tons of media attention. But is beer really doomed?

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Oct 18, 2018

Amy Winehouse Hologram Expected To 'Tour' With A Backing Band
Proceeds from the concerts, featuring a holographic image of the deceased artist, would go to the Winehouse Foundation, which works to prevent drug and alcohol abuse in young people.

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Oct 18, 2018

'Ruth Bader Ginsburg' Reminds Us Why The Justice Is A True Legal Icon
Jane Sherron De Hart's biography sheds light on challenges the Supreme Court justice faced along the way to the top, both personal and professional, and puts Ginsburg's life in context.

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Oct 18, 2018

Norway Apologizes To Women Who Faced Reprisals For Wartime Relations With Nazis
Women who had relationships with occupying German soldiers faced official retaliation after the war. "For many, this was just a teenage love," Prime Minister Erna Solberg said.

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Oct 18, 2018

VA Struggles To Reach Other-Than-Honorable-Discharge Vets In Need Of Help
VA says 115 vets with other-than-honorable discharges received mental health care last year under a new program. Veterans advocates say it's a tiny fraction of such vets who need help.

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Oct 18, 2018

Voter Turnout Could Hit 50-Year Record For Midterm Elections
Half of eligible voters might go to the polls this fall, which would be the highest turnout level in a midterm election since the mid-1960s, another time of cultural and social upheaval.

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Oct 18, 2018

Deep In The Desert, A Case Pits Immigration Crackdown Against Religious Freedom
The Justice Department wants to get tough on illegal immigration and boost up religious freedom. But a case involving aid to migrants has put the two on a collision course.

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Oct 18, 2018

Private Medicaid Plans Receive Billions in Tax Dollars, With Little Oversight
More than two-thirds of Medicaid recipients are enrolled in privately run Medicaid managed care programs. Yet the evidence is thin these contractors improve patient care or save the government money.

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Oct 18, 2018

EPA Boasts Of Reduced Greenhouse Gases, Even As Trump Questions Climate Science
U.S. production of heat-trapping greenhouse gases fell 2.7 percent last year. But larger cuts will be needed to address climate change.

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Oct 18, 2018

Former USA Gymnastics President Arrested For Tampering With Nassar Evidence
Steve Penny was arrested in Tennessee on a warrant from Texas alleging that he destroyed or hid documents related to Larry Nassar's conduct. Penny's is the first arrest of an alleged Nassar enabler.

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Oct 18, 2018

Former USA Gymnastics President Arrested, Accused Of Tampering With Nassar Evidence
Steve Penny was arrested in Tennessee on a warrant from Texas alleging that he destroyed or hid documents related to Larry Nassar's conduct.

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Oct 17, 2018

White House Lawyer Quits After Helping Trump Put His Mark On The Federal Bench
As White House counsel, Don McGahn led the president's successful push to reshape the federal courts, culminating with the explosive fight over Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

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Oct 17, 2018

Longtime Shoeshiner Who Donated $202K To Children's Hospital Of Pittsburgh Dies At 76
Albert Lexie and his purple shoeshine push cart were beloved fixtures for more than 30 years within the hospital's corridors, but his generosity became renowned across the nation. He died on Tuesday.

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Oct 17, 2018

Watchdog Group Finds Spooky Spotify Ad Is Too Scary For Kids, Causes 'Distress'
In 60 seconds, the commercial showcases a medley of horror film tropes, including a maniacal doll that presumably kills a group of young people whenever they play a catchy pop song.

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Oct 17, 2018

Brexit Talks Stall At 'Moment Of Truth' Summit
"We need much time, much more time and we continue to work in the next weeks," EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said. This was supposed to be the day leaders would unveil a draft trade deal.

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Oct 17, 2018

Khashoggi Disappearance Tests Ties Between Jared Kushner And Saudi Crown Prince
Kushner, President Trump's son-in-law and close adviser, fostered a close relationship with Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman as a part of a bid to help broker a Middle East peace deal.

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Oct 17, 2018

After Michael, A Call For Stricter Building Codes In Florida's Panhandle
Florida has some of the nation's toughest building codes. But the rules are looser in the pandhandle, allowing construction that couldn't stand up to Hurricane Michael's 155-mile-per-hour winds.

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Oct 17, 2018

After Hurricane Michael, A Call For Stricter Building Codes In Florida's Panhandle
Florida has some of the nation's toughest building codes. But the rules are looser in the Pandhandle, allowing construction that couldn't stand up to the storm's 155 mph winds.

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Oct 17, 2018

In Iowa, A Commitment To Make Prison Work Better For Women
Prison rules created to control men often don't work well for women, who come with different histories and experiences. "Gender-responsive corrections" aims to treat women based on these differences.

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Oct 17, 2018

After 50 Years On 'Sesame Street,' The Voice Of Big Bird And Oscar Is Retiring
Caroll Spinney, 84, has performed the roles since the show's very first episode. "I will always be Big Bird," he said. "And even Oscar, once in a while!"

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Oct 17, 2018

'Other Nobel' Goes To Amazingly Humble Surgeon In South Sudan
Dr. Evan Atar Adaha has won the U.N.'s Nansen Refugee Award. Of his commitment to work in a conflict zone, he says: "I would feel guilt the rest of my life if I left people in this situation.

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Oct 17, 2018

In Syria, A School Helps Children Traumatized By War
"What we found is children had been so traumatized, they couldn't even recognize numbers or letters," says a U.S. official. "We had to work through that before we could start educating them again."

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Oct 17, 2018

Geologists Question 'Evidence Of Ancient Life' in 3.7 Billion-Year-Old Rocks
A new analysis of what were initially thought to be microbial fossils in Greenland suggests they might instead just be mineral structures created when ancient tectonic forces squeezed stone.

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Oct 17, 2018

'Irresponsible' To Conflate Chinese, Russian Influence Schemes, Democrats Charge
The minority leaders of a number of key House committees argue that the White House shouldn't lump together dissimilar foreign threats to U.S. elections, citing a Homeland Security briefing.

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Oct 17, 2018

Distrust Of Health Care System May Keep Black Men Away From Prostate Cancer Research
Black men are hit hardest by prostate cancer, but they are underrepresented in research. Researchers held focus groups in three states to understand why.

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Oct 17, 2018

At Least 17 People Killed In Attack At School In Crimea
Authorities say an 18-year old student went on a shooting rampage and then killed himself. An explosion also reportedly went off in the school's cafeteria.

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Oct 17, 2018

The Student Loan Whistleblower
Ninety-nine percent of applications for Public Service Loan Forgiveness have been denied. A former student-loan watchdog saw it coming.

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Oct 17, 2018

Why Public Service Loan Forgiveness Is So Unforgiving
Ninety-nine percent of applications for Public Service Loan Forgiveness have been denied. A former student loan watchdog saw it coming.

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Oct 17, 2018

Will NAFTA 2.0 Really Boost Mexican Wages?
The new trade deal signed by the U.S., Mexico and Canada says much of a car should be built by workers making at least $16 an hour. Some experts are skeptical that will happen anytime soon in Mexico.

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Oct 17, 2018

New York City Had Its First Weekend Without A Shooting In 25 Years
"A city of 8.6 million people — not a single shooting for three days," Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Monday. The NYPD says it's been focusing on preventing retaliatory violence.

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Oct 17, 2018

Pakistan Executes 'Serial Killer' Who Raped And Murdered 7-Year-Old Zainab Ansari
Zainab's death triggered rioting in Pakistan and was reported throughout the world. Her murderer, Mohammad Imran, was reportedly hanged in the presence of Zainab's father.

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Oct 17, 2018

Scotland's $2 Billion Salmon Industry Is Thriving — But At What Cost?
The growth of the country's farmed salmon sector has reached such a critical point that, if not addressed, may cause "irrecoverable damage to the environment," a government report says.

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Oct 17, 2018

Pompeo Arrives In Turkey After Discussing Khashoggi Disappearance With Saudis
The secretary of state is in Ankara, where the Turkish government alleges journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered by Saudi agents, a charge Riyadh denies.

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Oct 17, 2018

Pompeo Meets With Turkey's Leader To Discuss Khashoggi Disappearance
The U.S. secretary of state is in Ankara, where the Turkish government alleges journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered by Saudi agents, a charge Riyadh denies.

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Oct 17, 2018

Pompeo Meets With Turkey's Leaders Amid Diplomatic Crisis Over Missing Journalist
The U.S. secretary of state is in Ankara, where the Turkish government alleges journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered by Saudi agents, a charge Riyadh denies.

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Oct 17, 2018

Poll: Rural Americans Rattled by Opioid Epidemic; Many Want Government Help
A poll by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health finds opioid abuse a top issue for rural Americans.

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Oct 17, 2018

Early Voting Changes In North Carolina Spark Bipartisan Controversy
At a time when early voting is becoming increasingly popular nationwide, a new law passed by the North Carolina's GOP-controlled legislature cuts early voting sites by nearly 20 percent.

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Oct 17, 2018

Midterm Election Could Reshape Health Policy
The fate of Obamacare may hinge on which party wins the midterm elections.

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Oct 17, 2018

Survey Finds Widespread 'Moral Distress' Among Veterinarians
Most of the 800 veterinarians surveyed feel ethical qualms when pet owners ask them to euthanize animals that could be treated, or when owners ask to keep pets alive who will suffer needlessly.

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Oct 17, 2018

New York City Creates Gender-Neutral Designation For Birth Certificates
People who were born in the city and don't identify as male or female can change the gender on their birth certificate to a third category of X, without acquiring approval from a physician.

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Oct 17, 2018

It's Legal. In Canada, Recreational Marijuana Gets Green Light
Pot sales begin today in Canada, which is only the second country after Uruguay to legalize the drug for recreational use.

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Oct 17, 2018

Chief Justice Roberts Tells Audience Supreme Court Will Work For 'One Nation'
Roberts says history shows the court has made great decisions when it doesn't yield to political pressures or passions.

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Oct 16, 2018

FCC Chief Calls For Investigation Of Florida Cellphone Service Outages
One cellphone company says it already had begun crediting customers for the lack of service due to outages in Florida counties hit by Hurricane Michael.

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Oct 16, 2018

After Barrage Of Criticism, USA Gymnastics Interim President And CEO Resigns
"My withdrawal comes in the wake of personal attacks that, left undefended, would have made my leading USAG a liability for the organization," Mary Bono said in her resignation letter on Tuesday.

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Oct 16, 2018

Man Booker Prize For Fiction Goes To 'Milkman' By Anna Burns
For the first time, a writer from Northern Ireland has won the prestigious award. The story draws on Burns' own experiences during "the troubles."

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Oct 16, 2018

Brothel Owner And Trump-Inspired Candidate Dennis Hof Dies At 72
He was best known as a legal pimp whose business was profiled on a reality TV show that aired on HBO. He had recently turned to politics, running for state assembly in Nevada.

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Oct 16, 2018

Once A Regional Stabilizer, Saudi Arabia Becomes A Disrupter
Saudia Arabia has long seen its role as keeping the turbulent Gulf region steady and calm. But under Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the kingdom has become far more aggressive.

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Oct 16, 2018

#MeToo Movement Gathers Force In India
A year after sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein kicked off the #MeToo movement in the U.S., women in India are using Facebook and Twitter to tell their stories.

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Oct 16, 2018

Excavation Of Lithuania's Great Synagogue Highlights A 'Painful Page' From History
The synagogue is "very important," says an archaeologist, "not only for Jews but all people living in Lithuania." Just 3,000 Jews are left in the capital, compared to some 70,000 before World War II.

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Oct 16, 2018

After Paul Allen Co-Founded Microsoft, He Changed Brain Science Forever
In 2003, Paul Allen created an institute to figure out how the human brain works. That institute has already made contributions that may turn out to be part of his greatest legacy.

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Oct 16, 2018

Report: Liberian Charity Worker Raped Girls He Was Supposed To Protect
A report from ProPublica and Time Magazine documents rapes committed by an employee of More Than Me, a charity that had raised $8 million and earned praise for its work. We interview the co-author.

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Oct 16, 2018

CDC Investigates Cases Of Rare Neurological 'Mystery Illness' In Kids
Acute flaccid myelitis causes weakness in the arms and legs. The cause isn't clear but may be related to viruses, environmental toxins or genetic disorders. Since 2014, 362 cases have been confirmed.

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Oct 16, 2018

'Tiny' Vs. 'Horseface': Trump Slings Mud With Stormy Daniels After Courtroom Win
The president said he relished the chance to battle back in court against the adult film actress after a judge threw out her defamation lawsuit on Monday. Bring it, her lawyer said.

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Oct 16, 2018

'Tiny' Vs. 'Horseface:' Trump Slings Mud With Stormy Daniels After Courtroom Win
The president said he relished the chance to battle back in court against the porn actress after a judge threw out her defamation lawsuit on Monday. Bring it, her lawyer said.

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Oct 16, 2018

Beer Prices Could Double Because Of Climate Change, Study Says
The price of a six-pack in the U.S. could rise by $1 to $8 because of drought and heat. As one of the researchers says, it's "another way climate change will suck."

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Oct 16, 2018

Climate Change Could Make Beer Prices Double, Study Says
The price of a six-pack in the U.S. could rise by $1 to $8 because of drought and heat. As one of the researchers says, it's "another way climate change will suck."

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Oct 16, 2018

Veteran Newspaper Editor Nancy Barnes Named NPR's Top News Executive
Barnes, executive editor at the Houston Chronicle, was named as NPR's chief news executive. She fills a vacancy triggered by sexual harassment allegations against former NPR news head Michael Oreskes.

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Oct 16, 2018

Federal Deficit Jumps 17 Percent As Tax Cuts Eat Into Government Revenue
The federal deficit ballooned to $779 billion in the fiscal year just ended — a remarkable tide of red ink for a country not mired in recession or war.

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Oct 16, 2018

Have You Made Or Tasted Mama Stamberg's Cranberry Relish? Tell Us About It
NPR's annual Thanksgiving recitation of the recipe for Mama Stamberg's cranberry relish is coming up, and we need your help.

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Oct 16, 2018

Cherokee Official Says Trump-Warren DNA Debate Isn't Helping Tribe
As the president and Elizabeth Warren trade jabs over her Native American roots, the Cherokee Nation secretary of state tells NPR they should instead be looking into the needs of Indian Country.

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Oct 16, 2018

Cherokee Official Says Trump-Warren DNA Debate Not Helping Tribe
As the president and Elizabeth Warren trade jabs over her Native American roots, the Cherokee Nation secretary of state tells NPR they should instead be looking into the needs of Indian country.

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Oct 16, 2018

'Brief Answers To The Big Questions' Is Stephen Hawking's Parting Gift To Humanity
The physicist's posthumous book highlights his belief in the rationality of nature and on our ability to uncover its secrets — and a faith in science's ability to solve humanity's biggest problems.

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Oct 16, 2018

Coffee Rust Threatens Latin American Crop; 150 Years Ago, It Wiped Out An Empire
The fungus, which has no cure, is destroying harvests in Latin America. In the 1800s, it devastated Sri Lanka's powerhouse coffee industry. And scientists say it's only a question of time.

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Oct 16, 2018

What To Know About Affirmative Action As The Harvard Trial Begins
The trial in Boston will dissect a contentious political issue in higher education: affirmative action.

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Oct 16, 2018

Pompeo Arrives In Saudi Arabia To Discuss Khashoggi Disappearance
President Trump dispatched Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to the kingdom amid international tension over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

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Oct 16, 2018

Oops — Ignore That Email Invitation To A Cookie Monster Cat Party, U.S. Embassy Says
The U.S. embassy in Australia says that someone testing a newsletter platform accidentally sent out the invitation to a 'cat pajama-jam party.'

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