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FEMA Chief: Isaac's Slow Track Means Slow Response

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Hurricane Isaac is taking its time as it moves inland from the Gulf Coast and up toward Baton Rouge. That's making it harder for people living in its path and emergency response teams. FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate has been to Alabama and Mississippi and joins Steve Inskeep as he arrives in Louisiana to take stock of the storm.
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Authors Talk Politics: Junot Diaz On Election 2016

For the latest in our "Let's Talk Politics" series NPR's Scott Simon talks to Pulitzer Prize winning author Junot Diaz about this election year.
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This Historian Wants You To Know The Real Story Of Southern Food

Michael Twitty wants credit given to the enslaved African-Americans who were part of Southern cuisine's creation. So he goes to places like Monticello to cook meals slaves would have eaten.
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October Can Be Frightful For Investors. Will Politics Make It Scarier?

The stock market ended the first three quarters of 2016 on a positive note. Rising stock prices typically help an incumbent party in a presidential election year. But October can be a wild month.
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The United Nations Is Launching A Space Mission

The U.N. is planning to send its first spacecraft into orbit, packed with scientific experiments from countries that can't afford their own space programs.

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