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What Information Do Intelligence Agencies Need To Keep U.S. Safe?

In the aftermath of the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris, NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Bruce Hoffman of Georgetown University about what information intelligence agencies need to keep the U.S. safe.
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Payoffs For Prediction: Could Markets Help Identify Terrorism Risk?

In a terror prediction market, people would bet real money on the likelihood of attacks. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Stephen Carter about whether such a market could predict — and deter — attacks.
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What Is Li-Fi And When Will You Use It To Download Everything Faster?

Li-Fi is a lot like Wi-Fi, but it uses light to transmit data. NPR's Scott Simon speaks to the man who invented the faster alternative: Harald Haas.
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What Will News Of Frank Gifford's CTE Mean For Football?

NPR's Scott Simon and Bloomberg View's Kavitha Davidson discuss the late Frank Gifford, concussions and the debate over locker room interviews.
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Diplomatic Relations With Turkey Strained After Russian Plane Shot Down

Relations between Turkey and Russia have been strained since the Turkish military shot down a Russian war plane. NPR's Scott Simon talks to Julia Ioffe about the diplomatic relations in the region.
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How Should Borrowers Be Careful When Taking Out Car Title Loans?

NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Diane Standaert of the Center for Responsible Lending about car title loans.
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Local Leaders React To Chicago Officer Shooting

Demonstrators marched in Chicago wanting justice for a black teen killed by a white police officer. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with journalist Carol Marin about how leaders are handling the situation.
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Hotline Wing: Answering The Call Of Distressed Thanksgivers Everywhere

Marge Klindera and Carol Miller have worked at a Thanksgiving call center for decades. That means answering thousands of panicked questions from questionable cooks — and people just seeking kindness.
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After 15-Month Stay In Church, Immigrant Allowed To Remain In U.S.

Rosa Robles Loreto migrated from Mexico to Tucson 16 years ago, and overstayed her visa. When she was due to be deported, she claimed refuge in a church. She emerged from her sanctuary this week.
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Can We Construct A Counter-Narrative To ISIS's End Goal?

What exactly is the ISIS endgame? NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Scott Atran, co-author of the New York Review of Books post "Paris: The War ISIS Wants."

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