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Mar 19, 2019

Supreme Court Broadens The Government's Power To Detain Criminal Immigrants
The ruling responds to two class-action lawsuits brought by legal immigrants who served criminal sentences and then were detained years later.

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Mar 19, 2019

Daily Marijuana Use And Highly Potent Weed Linked To Psychosis
As more places in the U.S. and Europe legalize marijuana, weed consumption is growing ever more popular. But researchers are studying a troubling health risk associated with the drug.

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Mar 19, 2019

USC Suspends Accounts Of Students Allegedly Linked To Admissions Bribery Scandal
"This prevents the students from registering for classes or acquiring transcripts while their cases are under review," officials said, as they scramble to restore trust in the application process.

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Mar 19, 2019

Economic Report Of The President...And Some Superhero Friends
Pranksters added some whimsical credits in the fine print of an annual White House economic report.

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Mar 19, 2019

Coping With The Persistent Trauma Of Anti-Muslim Rhetoric And Violence
After the New Zealand terrorist attacks, mental health professionals are asking: what does persistent trauma do to a generation of young Muslims growing up in the midst of it all?

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Mar 19, 2019

Cyclone Idai Leaves Millions In Need Of Rescue And Other Assistance
The storm inundated parts of southern Africa with massive floods, stranding survivors on rooftops and in trees. Hundreds are reported dead and the toll is expected to rise.

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Mar 19, 2019

Trump To Nominate Former Delta Air Lines Executive To Lead FAA
The nomination of Stephen Dickson comes as the agency faces criticism for its response to crashes involving the Boeing 737 Max.

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Mar 19, 2019

Trump To Nominate Former Delta Airlines Executive To Lead FAA
The nomination of Stephen Dickson comes as the agency faces criticism for its response to crashes involving the Boeing 737 Max.

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Mar 19, 2019

How Canada Gets Squeezed Between China And The U.S.
Canada is under pressure from the two rival powers over the Meng Wanzhou extradition case.

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Mar 19, 2019

What Needs To Be Done To End Congo's Ebola Crisis
The surge in attacks on responders obscures a crucial point: The violence is coming from two very different sources. And efforts to combat one could exacerbate the other.

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Mar 19, 2019

U.S. Mathematician Becomes First Woman To Win Abel Prize, 'Math's Nobel'
"I find that I am bored with anything I understand," Karen Uhlenbeck once said. That sentiment is part of why she won what many call the Nobel of mathematics Tuesday.

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Mar 19, 2019

After Lawsuits, Facebook Announces Changes To Alleged Discriminatory Ad Targeting
Facebook had given online advertisers tools to exclude which users could view the ads on the basis of race, gender and other federally protected characteristics. Now Facebook is changing that.

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Mar 19, 2019

Aspiring Doctors Seek Advanced Training In Addiction Medicine
Once a tiny specialty that drew mostly psychiatrists, addiction medicine is expanding its accredited training to include primary care residents and "social justice warriors" who see it as a calling.

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Mar 19, 2019

Sex, Empathy, Jealousy: How Emotions And Behavior Of Other Primates Mirror Our Own
Primatologist Frans de Waal believes that the way humans experience emotion is not unique: "That's a spectrum of behavior that we have, and the same thing is true for many other species."

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Mar 19, 2019

Head Of Japan's Olympic Committee Steps Down Amid Tokyo 2020 Corruption Probe
French prosecutors suspect the Tokyo bid committee of paying bribes to host the 2020 Games. Tsunekazu Takeda, who also chairs the IOC's Marketing Commission, maintains his innocence.

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Mar 19, 2019

White Nationalist Groups Increase Recruiting And Propaganda Across The West
The Anti-Defamation League says white supremacist propaganda has increased by over 180 percent in the last year, as they seek to recruit disaffected white kids looking for community.

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Mar 19, 2019

Nazarbaev Resigns As Kazakhstan's President; Was First Elected In 1991
Nazarbaev is the only president Kazakhstan has ever known. He first rose to authority as a Communist Party official — and he's been accused of human rights abuses.

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Mar 19, 2019

Nazarbayev Resigns As Kazakhstan's President; Was First Elected In 1991
Nazarbayev is the only president Kazakhstan has ever known. He first rose to authority as a Communist Party official — and he's been accused of human rights abuses.

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Mar 19, 2019

Nebraska Floods: 74 Cities, 65 Counties Declare A State of Emergency
Vice President Pence will visit Nebraska on Tuesday to survey damage caused by Midwest floods that have killed at least four people and displaced hundreds.

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Mar 19, 2019

Nebraska Floods: 74 Cities, 65 Counties Declare State of Emergency
Vice President Mike Pence will visit Nebraska Tuesday to survey damage caused by Midwest floods that have killed at least four people and displaced hundreds.

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Mar 19, 2019

Dan Auerbach Reflects On The Sounds Of Easy Eye Sound Studios
Auerbach breaks down working with new artists and seasoned session players through his label imprint, Easy Eye Sound.

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Mar 19, 2019

ISIS Camp In Baghouz Is Captured As U.S. Allies Declare Progress In Syria
"This is not a victory announcement," the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces say, even as they celebrate a breakthrough in a battle in Syria's Euphrates River Valley.

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Mar 19, 2019

ISIS Camp In Baghouz Is Captured, As U.S. Allies Declare Progress In Syria
"This is not a victory announcement," the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces say, even as they celebrate a breakthrough in a battle in Syria's Euphrates River valley.

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Mar 19, 2019

What Alan Krueger Taught Us
The renowned economist and former Obama adviser Alan Krueger died this past weekend. We look at his enormous legacy.

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Mar 19, 2019

'Poppy Apocalypse': California City Swarmed By Selfie Stick Toting Tourists
More than a hundred thousand people descended on Lake Elsinore, Calif., over the weekend for a chance to frolic among the flowers. City officials strained to keep up.

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Mar 19, 2019

'Poppy Apocalypse': California City Swarmed By Selfie Stick-Toting Tourists
More than a hundred thousand people descended on Lake Elsinore, Calif., over the weekend for a chance to frolic among the flowers. City officials strained to keep up.

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Mar 19, 2019

'Poppy Apocalypse': A California City Swarmed By Selfie Stick-Toting Tourists
More than 100,000 people descended on Lake Elsinore, Calif., over the weekend for a chance to frolic among the flowers. City officials strained to keep up.

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Mar 19, 2019

Facebook Admits Mosque Shooting Video Was Viewed At Least 4,000 Times
The video was viewed about 4,000 times before Facebook removed it. Then the social media platform had to contend with more than a million attempted re-uploads.

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Mar 19, 2019

'Kushner, Inc.' Adds Little To The Canon On Jared And Ivanka
Other journalists have previously reported many of the serious claims presented in Vicky Ward's book; her own yields generally feel meager, wrapping even the smallest scoops in a fog of insinuation.

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Mar 19, 2019

'Lot' Paints An Unforgettable Portrait Of Houston And Its People
Bryan Washington's debut story collection brings the Texas city to life in all its struggle and imperfect glory.

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Mar 19, 2019

Why Restaurant Demand For Smaller Fish Fillets Is Bad News For Oceans
Many U.S. chefs and retailers prefer intact fillets that constitute a single portion. That demand is driving overfishing for young fish that haven't reproduced. A new campaign aims to change that.

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Mar 19, 2019

Marcelo Gleiser Wins Templeton Prize For Quest To Confront 'Mystery Of Who We Are'
The prestigious award comes with nearly $1.5 million in winnings. The physicist, who teaches at Dartmouth and has written for NPR, says he's driven by the "many questions we still have no clue about."

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Mar 19, 2019

Rio Grande Valley Landowners Plan To Fight Border Wall Expansion
A decade ago, dozens of Texas landowners fought the federal government's efforts to build a wall on their land. Those battles are beginning again as new walls are planned for the Rio Grande Valley.

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Mar 19, 2019

Massive U.S. Machines That Hunt For Ripples In Space-Time Just Got An Upgrade
The twin sites in the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory are about to go back online. New hardware should make them able to sense more colliding black holes and other cosmic events.

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Mar 19, 2019

Amy Klobuchar Runs On A Record Of Accomplishments — Including With Republicans
The Minnesota Democratic senator and 2020 presidential candidate has touted a bipartisan approach and stopped short of embracing some progressive priorities, distinguishing her from many competitors.

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Mar 18, 2019

New Zealand PM Ardern Urges Her Nation To Make Gunman 'Nameless'
Jacinda Ardern repeated her pledge to change New Zealand's gun laws and she questioned the role of social media in publicizing the attack by a self-proclaimed white supremacist.

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Mar 18, 2019

'Shocked' New Zealand Rifle Club Revokes Membership Of Mosque Shootings Suspect
In the days following Friday's attack, more details are emerging about the alleged gunman. The country's police force believes he acted alone.

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Mar 18, 2019

Trial To Begin For White Police Officer Who Shot Unarmed Black Teen
Former East Pittsburgh police officer Michael Rosfeld fatally shot Antwon Rose last summer, sparking local protests.

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Mar 18, 2019

Russia Criminalizes The Spread Of Online News Which 'Disrespects' The Government
President Vladimir Putin signed the new law, which allows punishment of individuals with fines and jail time for the spread of "fake news."

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Mar 18, 2019

Democrats Call For Investigation Into Pro-Trump Former Owner Of Massage Parlors
Top Democrats in Congress are concerned the actions of Li "Cindy" Yang could allow "adversary governments" "to acquire potential material for blackmail or other even more nefarious purposes."

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Mar 18, 2019

Japan Is Betting Big On The Future Of Hydrogen Cars
Japan doesn't think battery electric cars are the only future for transportation. It is investing millions to ramp up production of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, citing their convenience for consumers.

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Mar 18, 2019

Why The Promise Of Electronic Health Records Has Gone Unfulfilled
The government used a 2009 financial stimulus package to move the country from paper medical charts to electronic records. Care was supposed to get better, safer and cheaper. It hasn't worked out.

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Mar 18, 2019

Stomach Of Dead Whale Contained 'Nothing But Nonstop Plastic'
In the Philippines, marine biologist Darrell Blatchley recovered the body of a young whale that showed signs of emaciation and dehydration due to the 88 pounds of plastic it had ingested.

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Mar 18, 2019

Stomach Of Dead Whale Contained 'Nothing But Plastic'
In the Philippines, marine biologist Darrell Blatchley recovered the body of a young whale that showed signs of emaciation and dehydration due to the more than 88 pounds of plastic it had ingested.

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Mar 18, 2019

Turkey Joins With Iran To Launch Military Operation Along Border
Turkey says the two unlikely allies — one a NATO member, the other a target of U.S. sanctions — have joined forces against the Kurdistan Worker's Party, or PKK.

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Mar 18, 2019

Major Flooding In The Midwest Leaves 2 Dead, 2 Missing
Spring floods are no surprise in communities along the Missouri River. "My washer and dryer are floating around down there somewhere," said one Iowa resident.

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Mar 18, 2019

MySpace Says It Lost Years Of User-Uploaded Music
Millions of music and other media files may have been lost, the company acknowledges. The news comes after some users reported difficulty accessing their music files over the past year.

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Mar 18, 2019

Ex-White House Economist Alan Krueger Dies; Saw Lessons For Economy In Rock Music
Princeton economist Alan Krueger, who served in the Obama White House, has died. Krueger's research interests included the minimum wage, the opioid epidemic and rock 'n' roll. He was 58.

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Mar 18, 2019

Supreme Court To Take Up D.C. Sniper Case, Raising Issue of Sentencing Minors
Lee Boyd Malvo was convicted in the 2002 killings and is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole. But he was a minor, and the Supreme Court says that's not allowed in most cases now.

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Mar 18, 2019

Utrecht Shooting: Assailant Wounds Several People On Dutch Tram
Dutch police are searching for the person who opened fire inside a tram in the city of Utrecht, investigating a "possible terrorist motive" for the attack.

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Mar 18, 2019

Utrecht Shooting: Gunman Kills 3 People On Dutch Tram In Possible Terrorist Attack
Dutch police are searching for the person who opened fire inside a tram in the city of Utrecht, investigating a "possible terrorist motive" for the attack.

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Mar 18, 2019

Utrecht Shooting: Gunman Kills 3 People On Dutch Tram, Remains At Large
Dutch police are searching for the person who opened fire inside a tram in the city of Utrecht, investigating a "possible terrorist motive" for the attack.

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Mar 18, 2019

Utrecht Shooting: Gunman Wounds Several People On Dutch Tram
Dutch police are searching for the person who opened fire inside a tram in the city of Utrecht, investigating a "possible terrorist motive" for the attack.

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Mar 18, 2019

Utrecht Shooting: Suspect Arrested After Manhunt; 3 Died In Tram Attack
After an intensive search, Dutch police have arrested a man they call the main suspect in a shooting on a tram in the Netherlands.

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Mar 18, 2019

Utrecht Shooting: Suspected Gunman Is Arrested After Manhunt; 3 Died In Tram Attack
Dutch police have arrested a man they call the main suspect in a shooting on a tram in the city of Utrecht, after an intensive search.

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Mar 18, 2019

After Years Of Abuse By Priests, #NunsToo Are Speaking Out
A #NunsToo movement has emerged from #MeToo, as Roman Catholic nuns start speaking out about sexual abuse by priests. Cases of rape and forced abortion have begun coming to light.

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Mar 18, 2019

New Zealand Prime Minister Promises Tighter Gun Laws
The country's cabinet has agreed "in principle" to tighten laws in the aftermath of the most deadly shooting in the country's history.

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Mar 18, 2019

Misophonia: When Life's Noises Drive You Mad
Some people experience intense rage or fear when they hear the sound of people chewing, spitting, or throat-clearing. Turns out they may have a rare condition known as misophonia

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Mar 18, 2019

Is It Alzheimer's Or Another Dementia? The Right Answer Matters
Many older people diagnosed with Alzheimer's actually have dementia caused by something else. Without the right diagnosis, these people are less likely to get the best care.

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Mar 18, 2019

Fired By Trump, Preet Bharara Describes The Justice System He Served
In an interview, former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara talks about his new book, Doing Justice, and weighs in on how executives have been able to avoid criminal prosecution and on Robert Mueller's probe.

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Mar 18, 2019

Bernie Sanders Pledges To Do A Better Job Of Explaining Socialism
In an interview with NPR, the Vermont independent talked about why he's running again and his place as a white man in a diverse field of candidates.

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Mar 18, 2019

Dick Dale, Surf Guitar Legend, Dead At 81
Dick Dale, the surf rock pioneer who took guitar distortion to new levels and whose version of "Misirlou" became pop-culture shorthand, died on Saturday night.

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Mar 17, 2019

Tropical Cyclone Leaves Ruin Across Mozambique, Malawi And Zimbabwe
The cyclone made landfall in Mozambique on Thursday and has destroyed roads, bridges and homes, leaving people stranded and displacing tens of thousands.

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Mar 17, 2019

Thieves Steal A Famous Painting From An Italian Church — But Don't Worry, It's Fake
After authorities were tipped off about the heist, they replaced the Flemish masterpiece with a replica.

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Mar 17, 2019

'We Are Not Safe Unless We Are Together' — Interfaith Vigils Follow Mosque Shootings
Many American Muslims feel vulnerable following the attacks in New Zealand. Other faith and community groups are stepping in to offer solace and to say they are not alone.

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Mar 17, 2019

Flash Floods And Landslides In Indonesia Leave Dozens Dead
Torrential rain led to flash floods and landslides which swept away homes, buildings and people. Rescuers continue to search for survivors as waters recede in one of the poorest parts of the country.

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Mar 17, 2019

Mass Funeral Held For Ethiopian Airlines Crash Victims, As Investigation Continues
Relatives of the people who died in the crash say they were given soil from the site of the plane crash, since it's expected to take months to identify the remains of their loved ones.

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Mar 17, 2019

'Clear' Similarities Between Ethiopian And Indonesian Plane Crashes, Official Says
The announcement follows a mass funeral for the victims of last Sunday's Ethiopian Airlines plane crash. Relatives say they were offered soil from the site of the crash.

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Mar 17, 2019

Why Are So Many Farmers Markets Failing? Because The Market Is Saturated
Farmers aren't producing enough to keep up with the number of smaller markets that keep popping up, often in close proximity to others. This results in fewer customers, unsold food, and maybe closure.

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Mar 17, 2019

'This Has Rocked Us To Our Knees:' Christchurch Mourns After Shooting
Christchurch's residents are coming to terms with Friday's shooting that killed at least 50 people. Many are showing support for the Muslim community, which is struggling to process the attacks.

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Mar 17, 2019

Flying Taxis. Seriously?
They're not quite here yet, but Uber and others are working on them and have set some bullish timelines. Flying taxis promise to ease traffic on the ground, but some worry they'll boost inequality.

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Mar 17, 2019

For Some Colorado Lawmakers, The Death Penalty Debate Is Personal
Bills to abolish the death penalty are being debated in state legislatures across the country. In Colorado, a couple of lawmakers have a very personal connection to this political lightning rod.

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Mar 17, 2019

Feeling Lucky? 7 Stories Of Good Luck For St. Patrick's Day
As luck would have it, NPR reported plenty of stories this past year of people who have been fortunate — whether by gaining something good, or escaping something bad. Here are seven "lucky" tales.

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Mar 17, 2019

The Risks Of A Cesarean Section
A new study on maternal mortality finds that the rate is up to 50 times higher in many African countries than in high-income countries.

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Mar 16, 2019

The Midwest Battles Historic Floods In The Aftermath Of 'Bomb Cyclone'
A powerful weather system swept through the region last week, bringing blizzard conditions and leaving many communities with record-setting floods.

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Mar 16, 2019

Australian Lawmaker Is Egged After Comments Blaming New Zealand Attack On Immigration
A 17-year-old smashed an egg on the head of the controversial Australian senator who made comments blaming the mass shooting in New Zealand on Muslim immigration.

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Mar 16, 2019

Number Of Dead Rises To 50 In New Zealand Mass Shooting
Police say the number of people dead in the mass shooting that occurred at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand has risen to 50. Another 50 people are injured, with two in critical condition.

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Mar 16, 2019

John Boehner Was Once 'Unalterably Opposed' To Marijuana. He Now Wants It To Be Legal
The former speaker of the House says he has never used marijuana. But he says that "if other people use the product, who am I to say they shouldn't?"

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Mar 16, 2019

A 'Mainstreaming Of Bigotry' As White Extremism Reveals Its Global Reach
In the aftermath of the New Zealand mosque shootings, experts who monitor hate groups say violent white extremism is on the rise, and is the most prominent threat.

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Mar 16, 2019

As Families Learn Fates Of Loved Ones, New Zealand Mourns Christchurch Victims
A three-year-old girl is feared dead after Friday's attack. New Zealand's prime minister has said most of the victims may be migrants and refugees.

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Mar 16, 2019

Photos: Youth Climate Change Demonstrations Across The World
From St. Paul, Minn., to Stockholm, Sweden, students skipped school Friday to demand decisive action on climate change. Demonstrations were called in more than 100 countries and territories.

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Mar 16, 2019

EU Struggles To Rein In Hungary's Hard-Line Government
The center-right European People's Party faces off with its Hungarian partners that keep bashing Brussels and migrants.

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Mar 16, 2019

As Parents And Grandparents Age, More And More Millennials Are Family Caregivers
About 40 million people in the U.S. are family caregivers. One in four is a millennial, which presents tensions for a generation still making its way into the world.

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Mar 16, 2019

Cholesterol Redux: As Eggs Make A Comeback, New Questions About Health Risks
A study found consuming two eggs per day was linked to a 27 percent higher risk of developing heart disease. The finding reopens the debate about the potential risks of too much dietary cholesterol.

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Mar 16, 2019

Egg Lovers: New Study Finds Eating Too Many Can Increase Risk Of Heart Disease
A study found consuming two eggs per day was linked to a 27 percent higher risk of developing heart disease. The finding reopens the debate about the potential risks of too much dietary cholesterol.

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Mar 16, 2019

Ending HIV In Mississippi Means Cutting Through Racism, Poverty And Homophobia
More than half the new HIV diagnoses in the U.S. are in Southern states, where the rates among gay and bisexual black men remain stubbornly high, despite the existence of medicine to stop the virus.

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Mar 15, 2019

Protests Mount In Algeria, Even As President Promises Transitional Government
President Abdelaziz Bouteflika announced on Monday that he would not seek reelection to a fifth term. But Algerians are demanding that he resign immediately and not prolong his nearly 20-year rule.

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Mar 15, 2019

After New Zealand Attacks, Muslim-Americans Call For Action Against Rising Bigotry
On Friday, Muslim-Americans urged political leaders and tech companies to confront the spread of hate and racism that has led to scores of worshippers being slaughtered in religious institutions.

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Mar 15, 2019

In New Zealand, Mass Shootings Are Very Rare
One of the most shocking aspects of the attack that left 49 people dead is that it happened in a country where low crime rates are a part of its identity.

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Mar 15, 2019

Social Media Companies Struggle To Pull Live Streamed Video Of Mass Shootings
The shootings at mosques in New Zealand were live-streamed on Facebook, and shared on YouTube and Twitter. The companies have been challenged on their ability to remove this kind of content quickly.

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Mar 15, 2019

Trump Vetoes Congressional Effort To Limit Border Wall Funding
President Trump used his veto pen for the first time Friday. GOP senators who bucked the president in Thursday's vote said they did so to preserve congressional control over government spending.

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Mar 15, 2019

Episode #1912
24 hours at the border, and a look at a shelter for stranded youth in Tijuana.

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Mar 15, 2019

U.S. Government Beefs Up Presence Near Congo's Ebola Epicenter
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is dispatching a dozen additional staff and sending some of them closer to the area of the outbreak.

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Mar 15, 2019

N. Korea Considering Whether To Resume Nuclear, Missile Tests Amid Impasse With U.S.
Pyongyang blamed U.S. officials for the breakdown in talks in Hanoi last month and said North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will soon decide whether to end his country's voluntary moratorium on testing.

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Mar 15, 2019

'Strands of Love' Connects Generations Of An African-American Family
For one year, New York-based photographer Shuran Huang followed the Collins family to church, baseball fields and their family-run barbershop.

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Mar 15, 2019

'One Of New Zealand's Darkest Days': Shooting At Mosques Kills At Least 49
At least one gunman opened fire during afternoon prayers at two mosques in the city of Christchurch. Police have charged a 28-year-old man with murder.

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Mar 15, 2019

'One Of New Zealand's Darkest Days': Shootings At Mosques Kill At Least 49
At least one gunman opened fire during afternoon prayers at two mosques in the city of Christchurch. Police have charged a 28-year-old man with murder.

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Mar 15, 2019

'Our Gun Laws Will Change' After 49 Die In Shootings At Mosques, New Zealand PM Says
At least one man opened fire during afternoon prayers at two mosques in the city of Christchurch. Police have charged a 28-year-old Australian with murder.

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Mar 15, 2019

New Zealand Mosque Shooting: Prime Minister Promises Gun Law Reform
At least one man opened fire during Friday afternoon prayers at two mosques in the city of Christchurch. Police have charged a 28-year-old Australian with murder. He made a court appearance Saturday.

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Mar 15, 2019

As End Nears To Mueller Era, D.C. Lawyers Fear Lasting Politicization Of Justice
Washington's legal community worries the attacks on federal law enforcement, judges and the broader justice system may hurt its reputation long after the special counsel's investigation wraps.

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