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A 'Heartbreaking' Story: How An Editor And A Crime Victim Crossed Paths

When Adam Marton, an editor for The Baltimore Sun, was making an infographic of the city's 2015 homicides, he realized he knew one of the victims. He tells Renee Montagne about the connection.
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How Current Campaign Finance Laws Are Shaping The 2016 Presidential Race

Republican presidential hopeful Chris Christie is among those speaking out against the U.S. campaign finance system: How the Citizens United ruling, limits on individual donations and so-called dark money are shaping campaign strategies the 2016 presidential race.

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TV News Car Vandalized While City Touts Robbery Prevention

Officials in Washington, D.C., were talking about a new effort to prevent robberies. That's when, about 100 feet away, an ABC7 News car was broken into.
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President Obama Considers Executive Action On Gun Control

President Obama meets with Attorney General Loretta Lynch and FBI Director James Comey to discuss possible executive action on gun control. We discuss the president's potential moves and the ongoing debate over curbing U.S. gun violence.

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'Boston Globe' Employees Help Deliver Papers

The paper switched delivery companies and subscribers started reporting missing papers. Before dawn on Sunday, dozens of reporters and editors fanned out and delivered the papers themselves.
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ESPN's The Undefeated Goes Online At Last

ESPN's long-delayed website The Undefeated will cover the intersection of sports and race. The website's new leader, Kevin Merida, explains what he has planned.
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ESPN's College Football Playoff Ratings Plummet On New Year's Eve

Did you watch the College Football Playoffs last night? ESPN really hopes you did. Despite grumblings from fans, the network stubbornly aired two semifinal games on New Year's Eve. NPR's Audie Cornish turns to John Ourand of Sports Business Daily to find out if the plan worked.
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Support Grows For 'Los Angeles Times' To Return To Local Ownership

The Boston Globe, The Washington Post and the Minneapolis Star Tribune have all been bought by billionaires. One of the country's most-read dailies, the Los Angeles Times, might join the list.
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Trump Goes Off On N.H. Newspaper After It Denounces Him

The Union Leader said Trump's presidential campaign "insults New Hampshire voters' intelligence." Trump's replied the newspaper is "failing" and the publisher is a "loser."
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Revisiting 3 Important Pieces Of Longform Journalism From 2015

The website Longform is a popular curator of lengthy journalism. Host Audie Cornish talks with site creator Max Linsky about three articles you may have missed in 2015, and why they're notable.

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