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Aug 14, 2018

Former Baltimore Officer Charged With Assault After Viral Video
Arthur Williams has been indicted by a grand jury for criminal charges including first-degree assault after a video surfaced on social media that showed him repeatedly punching a man in the face.

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Aug 14, 2018

Report Reveals Widespread Sexual Abuse By Over 300 Priests In PA
A long awaited grand jury investigation into clergy sexual abuse in Pennsylvania has been released, detailing decades of misconduct and cover-up in six of the state's eight Roman Catholic dioceses.

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Aug 14, 2018

Report Reveals Widespread Sexual Abuse By Over 300 Priests In Pennsylvania
A long-awaited grand jury investigation into clergy sexual abuse details decades of misconduct and cover-up in six of the state's eight Roman Catholic dioceses.

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Aug 14, 2018

Nope, Those Aren't Mailboxes: Paris Rolls Out Sidewalk Urinals
The urinals are not at all subtle. They're bright red and placed in heavily trafficked areas — for example, directly next to the Seine near the Notre Dame Cathedral.

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Aug 14, 2018

Trump Campaign Targets Omarosa Manigault Newman Over Tell-All Book
The president's campaign arm has filed a complaint against the former White House aide, saying she violated a 2016 agreement with her book and publicity tour.

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Aug 14, 2018

Lunch Lady Larceny? Cafeteria Workers Allegedly Stole Half A Million Dollars
After Connecticut officials found "irregularities" at two school cafeterias, authorities traced the stolen lunch money back to two unusual suspects: two sisters behind the counter.

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Aug 14, 2018

Dozens Of Cars Torched By Masked Youths In Western Sweden, Authorities Say
"What the hell are you doing?" Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven asked the arsonists in an interview on Swedish radio. Authorities say the car fires may have been coordinated.

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Aug 14, 2018

Nebraska Carries Out 1st Execution Using Fentanyl In U.S.
A federal three-judge panel denied a drug company's request to halt the execution of Carey Dean Moore over concerns about whether the state obtained the drugs improperly.

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Aug 14, 2018

Nebraska Prepares To Carry Out 1st Execution Using Fentanyl
A federal three-judge panel denied a drug company's request to halt the execution set for Tuesday morning over concerns about whether the state obtained the drugs improperly.

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Aug 14, 2018

Nebraska Prepares To Carry Out First Execution Using Fentanyl
A federal three-judge panel denied a drug company's request to halt the execution set for Tuesday morning over concerns about whether the state obtained the drugs improperly.

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Aug 14, 2018

Watch This Native Pollinator Build Her Bee-Jeweled Nest
Research shows that 400 female blue orchard bees are as effective at pollinating almonds as the more than 10,000 bees in a honeybee hive. But they reproduce slowly and are prone to wandering.

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Aug 14, 2018

Suspension Bridge On Busy Highway Partially Collapses In Genoa, Italy
A suspension bridge collapsed in Genoa on Tuesday, reportedly sending cars and trucks that had been driving on the A10 highway crashing down below.

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Aug 14, 2018

Span Of Busy Highway Bridge Collapses In Italy; 11 Deaths Reported
A suspension bridge collapsed in Genoa on Tuesday, sending cars and trucks that had been driving on the A10 highway crashing down below.

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Aug 14, 2018

Dozens Of People Feared Dead After Span Of Busy Highway Bridge Collapses In Italy
A suspension bridge collapsed in Genoa on Tuesday, sending cars and trucks that had been driving on the A10 motorway crashing down below.

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Aug 14, 2018

At Least 20 People Killed As Span Of Busy Highway Bridge Collapses In Italy
A suspension bridge collapsed in Genoa on Tuesday, sending cars and trucks that had been driving on the A10 highway crashing down below.

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Aug 14, 2018

At Least 20 People Killed When Span Of Busy Highway Bridge Collapses In Italy
A suspension bridge collapsed in Genoa on Tuesday, sending cars and trucks that had been driving on the A10 motorway crashing down below.

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Aug 14, 2018

At Least 35 People Die After Span Of Busy Highway Bridge Collapses In Italy
A suspension bridge collapsed in Genoa on Tuesday, sending cars and trucks that had been driving on the A10 motorway crashing down below.

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Aug 14, 2018

How To Make A Civics Education Stick
In the age of fake news, civics learning involves a lot more than reading the Constitution. One teacher says she encourages her students to "question everything."

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Aug 14, 2018

What's In Your Shopping Cart? A Battleground For Global Trade
As a trade war brews between the U.S. and its major trading partners, we looked into the carts of back-to-school shoppers to see how global trade might show up in their baskets

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Aug 14, 2018

What To Watch In Tuesday's Primaries: Wisconsin, Minnesota, Connecticut And Vermont
The 2018 midterms have been dominated by talk of Democratic gains, but today Republicans will pick nominees in several places they hope to flip House seats and even governors' mansions.

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Aug 14, 2018

Uh Oh, Germany Is Rapidly Running Out Of Beer Bottles
In Germany, beer consumption is up as temperatures remain unusually high. This is good and bad news for the beer industry.

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Aug 14, 2018

Uh-Oh, Germany Is Rapidly Running Out Of Beer Bottles
In Germany, beer consumption is up as temperatures remain unusually high. This is good and bad news for the beer industry.

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Aug 14, 2018

India Aims For The World's Biggest Health Care Overhaul
Posh private hospitals give world-class care — and serve lattes. At government facilities, cancer patients sleep on the sidewalk. But the prime minister has a plan to help the poor.

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Aug 14, 2018

Pedestrians Injured In Car Crash Outside U.K. Parliament
London police say a number of people were injured after a car crashed into security barriers outside the Houses of Parliament in London. The driver has been arrested.

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Aug 14, 2018

Car Crashes Into Security Barriers At U.K. Parliament
Authorities say at least two people were injured in what London police say they are treating as a terrorist incident.

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Aug 14, 2018

Car Crashes Into Security Barriers At U.K. Parliament; At Least 3 Injured
A man was arrested on "suspicion of terrorist offenses," London police say, after his vehicle crossed through a pedestrian area Tuesday morning.

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Aug 14, 2018

Driver Crashes Car Into Security Barriers At U.K. Parliament; 3 Injured
A man was arrested on "suspicion of terrorist offenses," police say, after his vehicle crossed through a pedestrian area Tuesday morning.

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Aug 14, 2018

Driver Crashes Car Into Security Barriers At U.K. Parliament; At Least 3 Injured
A man was arrested on "suspicion of terrorist offenses," London police say, after his vehicle crossed through a pedestrian area Tuesday morning.

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Aug 13, 2018

Another Firefighter Dies Battling Northern California Wildfire
Officials say the firefighter died Monday at the site of the Mendocino Complex Fire. Over the past several weeks, a total of six firefighters have died in connection to wildfires.

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Aug 13, 2018

Firefighters Make Gains Against California Fires
As more than a dozen blazes continue to decimate massive swaths of the state, firefighters took advantage of cooling temperatures to make progress before another heat wave hits the state.

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Aug 13, 2018

Prosecutors Conclude Arguments Against Paul Manafort In Bank And Tax Fraud Trial
The government called more than two dozen witnesses in its bid to prove Manafort had allegedly violated tax and banking laws. His defense team will have a chance to call witnesses next.

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Aug 13, 2018

Impact Of Facebook's False Posts Is Difficult To Measure
Facebook determined that some of the event pages organizing last weekend's counter-protests were fake and took them down. How that affected genuine organizing efforts is hard to assess.

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Aug 13, 2018

Despite FDA Caution, Doctors Say Lasers May Help With Vaginal Pain And Dryness
The FDA recently warned against using lasers for so-called "vaginal rejuvenation" treatments to reshape or tighten the vagina. But one kind of laser treatment might have gotten a bad rap.

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Aug 13, 2018

In Politics, No One Can Call You Out Like Your Family
GOP Rep. Bob Goodlatte's son has publicly criticized his father in recent days. The Goodlattes join a growing list of political families airing their differences in public.

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Aug 13, 2018

What's The Deal With The Deepening Dispute Between U.S. And Turkey?
With the tariffs, sanctions and insults, these longtime allies are looking like anything but. As the Turkish lira falls, you may wonder what's going on here — and why it matters. We have answers.

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Aug 13, 2018

Ben Carson Moves Forward With Push To Change Fair Housing Rule
HUD Secretary Ben Carson is moving to overhaul an Obama-era rule intended strengthen the 1968 Fair Housing Act and combat housing segregation.

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Aug 13, 2018

An Iraq Veteran, Heroin Addict, Bank Robber And Debut Novelist
Nico Walker is currently in federal prison for bank robbery. That's given him plenty of time to write his semi-autobiographical novel Cherry, which has received glowing advance reviews.

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Aug 13, 2018

West Virginia House Votes To Impeach 2 State Supreme Court Justices
The votes come one week after the state House Judiciary Committee approved articles of impeachment against the entire bench of the state Supreme Court of Appeals.

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Aug 13, 2018

West Virginia House Votes To Impeach 2 State Supreme Court Justicess
The votes come one week after the House Judiciary Committee approved articles of impeachment against the entire bench of the state Supreme Court of Appeals.

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Aug 13, 2018

West Virginia House Votes To Impeach 3 State Supreme Court Justices
The votes come one week after the state House Judiciary Committee approved articles of impeachment against the entire bench of the state Supreme Court of Appeals.

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Aug 13, 2018

West Virginia House Votes To Impeach All 4 State Supreme Court Justices
The votes come one week after the state House Judiciary Committee approved articles of impeachment against the entire bench of the state Supreme Court of Appeals.

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Aug 13, 2018

French Theme Park Asks: Crows Can Pick Up Trash, Why Can't You?
A team of six trained birds — rooks, actually — are collecting paper and cigarette stubs at the Puy du Fou park in western France. They drop the trash into a container in exchange for food.

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Aug 13, 2018

Surprise Taliban Attack Leads To Days Of Fighting, Hundreds Of Deaths
Afghanistan's military was launching a counteroffensive aimed at flushing militants out of the strategically vital city of Ghazni, which was attacked on Friday.

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Aug 13, 2018

Tens Of Thousands Of Romanians Protest Corruption, Demand New Government
Rallies in Bucharest and other cities were largely organized by expatriates who came home to demonstrate en masse. Police responded violently on Friday, but protests continued on Saturday and Sunday.

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Aug 13, 2018

Congressman Accused Of Domestic Abuse By Former Girlfriend
Rep. Keith Ellison, a Democrat who represents the Minneapolis area, denies the accusation. Ellison is running for state Attorney General and the primary election is Tuesday.

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Aug 13, 2018

Elon Musk Says Saudi Investment Fund Could Help Him Take Tesla Private
The Tesla CEO, reportedly under scrutiny by federal regulators for earlier statements, says the Saudi fund is looking to diversify away from oil with a bigger investment in the electric car company.

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Aug 13, 2018

FBI Fires Agent Peter Strzok
FBI agent Peter Strzok, who served on the investigation into Hillary Clinton's email server and whose texts with another FBI employee were found to contain anti-Trump sentiments, has been fired.

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Aug 13, 2018

FBI Fires Peter Strzok, Political Lightning Rod Who Criticized Trump
The embattled former special agent lost his place in the Russia investigation over text messages that criticized then-candidate Trump and has been under a political bullseye ever since.

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Aug 13, 2018

In Presidential Tweet, Trump Says Former Aide Was 'A Loser' And 'Vicious'
On the eve of Omarosa Manigault Newman's book release, Trump tweeted scathing criticism of his former top-level aide.

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Aug 13, 2018

Baltimore Officer Resigns After Video Shows Him Repeatedly Punching Man
The Baltimore Police Department said it suspended the unnamed officer within hours of Saturday's incident, and that late Sunday the police commissioner accepted had accepted the officer's resignation.

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Aug 13, 2018

2 Koreas' Leaders Will Hold New Summit In Pyongyang Next Month
"For peace and prosperity of the world as well as those of the Korean peninsula," reads a short statement issued by South Korea's Blue House on Monday

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Aug 13, 2018

Ben & Jerry's 'Milk with Dignity' Pact With Farmworkers Seems To Be Paying Off
Some workers say wages and living conditions have improved. Farms have also committed to providing five annual paid sick days, five paid vacation days and to meet housing health and safety standards.

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Aug 13, 2018

Boardwalk Collapses In Spain, Injuring 316 People At Oceanside Concert
The collapse occurred shortly after the headliner at a concert tried to pump up the crowd by telling people to jump, witnesses told a local news site.

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Aug 13, 2018

Boardwalk Collapses In Spain, Injuring 336 People At Oceanside Concert
The collapse occurred shortly after the headliner at a concert tried to pump up the crowd by telling people to jump, witnesses told a local news site.

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Aug 13, 2018

Boardwalk Collapses In Spain, Injuring More Than 330 People At Oceanside Concert
Witnesses told a local news site that the collapse occurred shortly after the concert headliner tried to pump up the crowd by telling people to jump.

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Aug 13, 2018

With Syria's War Nearly Over, Victims Take The Battle To European Courts
Syria's President Bashar Assad is on the verge of winning the war. But refugee activists are waging new battles against the regime from Europe.

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Aug 13, 2018

To Fix That Pain In Your Back, You Might Have To Change The Way You Sit
In the past century, many Americans have lost the ability to sit in a way that doesn't strain their backs. Specialists say we could take a lesson from excellent sitters from other cultures.

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Aug 13, 2018

White House Takes Aim At Financial Protections For Military
Documents obtained by NPR show proposed changes that critics say would leave service members vulnerable to getting ripped off when they buy cars.

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Aug 13, 2018

Ambitious 'Human Cell Atlas' Aims To Catalog Every Type Of Cell In The Body
Already the project has revealed a previously unknown type of cell in the windpipe that might play a role in cystic fibrosis — and lead to a new treatment, scientists say.

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Aug 12, 2018

After 17 Days And 1,000 Miles, A Mother Orca's 'Tour Of Grief' Is Over
After carrying her calf's corpse for an unusually long time, a "remarkably frisky" Tahlequah, or J-35, as the orca's known, was seen Saturday chasing a school of salmon with fellow members of her pod.

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Aug 12, 2018

For Some Facebook Employees, Free Food Is Coming To An End
Some cities in the Bay Area want to stop tech companies from offering free or discounted food in their cafeterias. The idea is to make employees go to local businesses for their meals.

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Aug 12, 2018

Washington Prepares For White Supremacist Rally
An update on the march by white supremacists in Washington D.C.

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Aug 12, 2018

Utah Sending The Nation's First Woman State Senator To D.C., As A Statue
Utah plans to send a statue of suffragette, senator and polygamist Martha Hughes Cannon to represent the state in the U.S. Capitol. It's a subtle approach to changing perceptions of women in Utah.

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Aug 12, 2018

Utah Sending The Nation's First Female State Senator To D.C., As A Statue
Utah plans to send a statue of suffragette, senator and polygamist Martha Hughes Cannon to represent the state in the U.S. Capitol. It's a subtle approach to changing perceptions of women in Utah.

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Aug 12, 2018

Small Group Of White Supremacists Rally In D.C. Amid Mass Counterprotests
A white supremacist rally took place next to the White House on Sunday, one year after the "Unite The Right" demonstration by the same organizer turned deadly in Charlottesville, Va.

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Aug 12, 2018

D.C. Prepares For White Supremacist Rally And Counterprotests
A white supremacist rally is expected next to the White House on Sunday, one year after the "Unite The Right" demonstration by the same organizer turned deadly in Charlottesville, Va.

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Aug 12, 2018

Hundreds Converge In D.C. To Counter Small 'Unite The Right' Rally
A white supremacist rally took place next to the White House on Sunday, one year after the "Unite the Right" demonstration by the same organizer turned deadly in Charlottesville, Va.

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Aug 12, 2018

For Wisconsin's Dairy Farmers, Tariffs Could Reshape The Race For The Senate
Retaliatory tariffs on dairy may put dairy farmers in Wisconsin, a state won by Donald Trump in 2016, up for political grabs in this year's midterm elections.

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Aug 12, 2018

Growers Are Beaming Over The Success Of Lasers To Stave Off Thieving Birds
Laser beams that sweep erratically across crops have shown promise in protecting harvests from loss caused by birds. But researchers are still studying whether the beams may harm the animals' retinas.

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Aug 12, 2018

Chasing A Dream: An Ambulance Service That People Can Trust
As Sierra Leone's first national ambulance service revs up, there are a few bumps in the road.

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Aug 12, 2018

Election Security Becomes A Political Issue In Georgia Governor's Race
The Republican candidate, Secretary of State Brian Kemp, is the state's top election official. He's been criticized for not doing enough to secure Georgia's voting systems.

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Aug 12, 2018

Hawaii Democratic Primaries: Gov. David Ige, Ed Case, Tulsi Gabbard Lead Results
Hawaii is heavily Democratic and the primary is the most competitive election. Hawaii Gov. David Ige appeared to hold on to his job, while former Rep. Ed Case looks set to return to Washington.

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Aug 12, 2018

Gov. David Ige, Ed Case, Tulsi Gabbard Take Wins In Hawaii Democratic Primary
Hawaii is heavily Democratic and the primary is the most competitive election. Hawaii Gov. David Ige appeared to hold onto his job, while former Rep. Ed Case looks set to return to Washington.

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Aug 11, 2018

V.S. Naipaul, Controversial Author And Nobel Laureate, Dies At 85
Naipaul was born in Trinidad, and his relationship to his birthplace was nothing if not complicated. He was often criticized for the way he depicted developing countries in his novels.

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Aug 11, 2018

Congressman Charged With Insider Trading Changes His Mind: He Won't Run Again
Rep. Chris Collins said that by suspending his campaign, he was acting in the best interests of his constituents, the GOP and President Trump. But his name may stay on the ballot anyway.

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Aug 11, 2018

'We Are Resilient': Memorials, Heavy Police Presence Mark Charlottesville Anniversary
A year after white supremacists marched through town with tiki torches, Charlottesville residents say they wanted people to know the city "isn't a hashtag."

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Aug 11, 2018

'We Are Resilient:' Memorials, Heavy Police Presence Mark Charlottesville Anniversary
A year after white supremacists marched through town with tiki torches, Charlottesville residents say they wanted people to know the city "isn't a hashtag."

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Aug 11, 2018

In Charlottesville, Memorials And Heavy Police Presence On Rally Anniversary
A year after white supremacists marched through town with tiki torches, Charlottesville residents say they wanted people to know the city "isn't a hashtag ... We are resilient."

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Aug 11, 2018

The Russia Investigations: Is Robert Mueller Stumbling Into Time Trouble?
This week in the Russia investigations: The White House wants to either get the deal it wants from the special counsel's office or get safely past what it believes is a Labor Day cutoff.

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Aug 11, 2018

The Site Of The Berlin Airlift Now Serves As Refugee Shelter And Big Open Park
Berlin postcard: Tempelhof Field, a former airport that's had many functions in history, from Nazi camp to U.S. base, now hosts modular homes for migrants and fun recreational areas.

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Aug 11, 2018

Yosemite Valley To Reopen After Closure Due To Fire and Smoke
Yosemite Valley is scheduled to reopen next week while firefighters continue to fight the Ferguson fire. Still, climate scientists and forest managers say change is at hand for the iconic National Park.

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Aug 11, 2018

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Gets Mellow
The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota, once notorious for nudity and brawls, eases into its 78th year.

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Aug 11, 2018

Rural America Faces A Crisis In 'Adequate Housing'
Small towns have their own version of the housing crisis: not enough homes being built, plus a lack of move-in ready homes. Local leaders say it's hard to expand the tax base without more homes.

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Aug 11, 2018

Another 'Kiki Challenge' Video From India Earns 2 Million Views — And 3 Arrests
The police came after the guys who made the video because of their dangerous stunts. The courts gave them what some folks think is a highly appropriate punishment.

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Aug 11, 2018

A Year After Charlottesville, Not Much Has Changed For Trump
President Trump's response to the Charlottesville rally drew sharp criticism from his own party, but the backlash from Republican leaders was short-lived.

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Aug 11, 2018

After Charlottesville, Alt-Right Groups Splinter, Distance From White Supremacy
One year after the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., experts who monitor domestic extremism in the United States are taking stock of where the far-right movement stands.

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Aug 11, 2018

'Suicidal Male' Steals Plane And Crashes After 'Unauthorized Takeoff' From Sea-Tac
"An airline employee conducted an unauthorized takeoff without passengers at Sea-Tac," the airport tweeted. Authorities say the plane crashed on a nearby island.

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Aug 11, 2018

Plane Crashes After 'Unauthorized Takeoff' From Seattle Airport
"An airline employee conducted an unauthorized takeoff without passengers at Sea-Tac," the airport tweeted. Authorities say the plane crashed with no passengers on board.

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Aug 11, 2018

Man Steals Plane And Crashes After 'Unauthorized Takeoff' From Seattle Airport
A 29-year-old man stole a plane from Seattle's airport, flying for about an hour before crashing on a nearby island. No one else was on board, the airline said.

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Aug 10, 2018

Jury Awards Terminally Ill Man $289 Million In Lawsuit Against Monsanto
After three days of deliberation the San Francisco jury sided with Dewayne Johnson, a former school groundskeeper who regularly used the popular herbicide Roundup.

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Aug 10, 2018

In Parts Of California Blanketed With Wildfire Smoke, Breathing Is 'A Chore'
As fires continue to rage in California, smoke is causing health problems for some residents. Public health officials warn against breathing polluted air.

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Aug 10, 2018

Judge Pleased With Government Effort But Hundreds Of Children Still In Custody
About 550 immigrant children between the ages of 5 and 17 are still separated from their families. The government has presented a framework that outlines steps to reunite them.

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Aug 10, 2018

Perseid Meteor Shower Peaks This Weekend — Just Look Up
The shower will peak late Sunday night and early Monday morning, but you can also catch a good number of meteors in the middle of the night on Saturday. Find a dark spot and let your eyes adjust.

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Aug 10, 2018

Trump May Cut Suspended Aid To Palestinians Soon
After freezing millions of dollars in assistance, the Trump administration may be on the verge of formally cutting off the aid.

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Aug 10, 2018

Census Citizenship Question Lawsuits In California Likely To Proceed, Judge Says
Dozens of states, cities and other groups are trying to get a question about U.S. citizenship status removed from the 2020 census. Two cases in New York are already heading towards a potential trial.

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Aug 10, 2018

Omarosa Tells NPR She Heard Trump 'N-Word Tape,' Contradicting Her Own Tell-All Book
Former reality TV star and Trump aide Omarosa Manigault Newman spoke to NPR about explosive allegations in her new book Unhinged, but part of her account changed in the interview.

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Aug 10, 2018

Week In Politics: Paul Manafort's Trial And Ohio's Special Congressional Election
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Michelle Goldberg, columnist for The New York Times, and Guy Benson, political editor of Townhall.com about the leaked recording of Rep. Devin Nunes, Paul Manafort's trial, and the impact of the special election in Ohio's 12th District.

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Aug 10, 2018

9-Year-Old Chess Prodigy Will Be Allowed To Remain In U.K.
Shreyas Royal, one of the world's best chess players in his age group, was to be deported after his father's work visa expired. But following outcry, the U.K. government made an exception.

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Aug 10, 2018

From Mills To Manufacturers, Steel Tariffs Produce Winners And Losers
President Trump boasts that his trade policies are bringing back the steel industry, but corporate earnings reports suggest they're also hurting the bottom line at some manufacturing companies.

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Aug 10, 2018

African American Craft Beer Brewers Unite To Host A Festival Of Their Own
Craft beer is booming, but it is not very popular in the African American community, and there are few black brewers. The first craft beer festival for African American brewers aims to change that.

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