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DNC Wraps Up A Week In Philadelphia

Democrats wrapped up their convention in Philadelphia this week. NPR's Ron Elving has all the details, and a look ahead to what both candidates need to do in the months before the election.
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Democratic National Convention Flips The Script With Reagan-esque Themes

The DNC was chock full of chants of "USA!" and salutes to Ronald Reagan and John McCain. Scott Simon talks to conservative author Charlie Sykes, who says it almost sounded like a GOP convention.
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Russian Hacking, Spies, Wikileaks: "Breaking Cover" Has A Lot In Common With The Week In Politics

Former M15 boss Dame Stella Rimington talks with Scott Simon about her new book, and her previous career in espionage.
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Do Putin And Trump Really Have Something To Gain From One Another?

Days after Donald Trump suggested Vladimir Putin hacked Hillary Clinton's email, NPR's Scott Simon explores the Trump-Putin mutual admiration society with veteran Russia reporter Julia Ioffee.
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Clinton, Kaine Take Off On Bus Campaign Tour

Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine hit two swing states after the Democratic convention. They're on a bus tour through Ohio and Pennsylvania.
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A Look At Where Bernie Sanders' Movement Goes From Here

Bernie Sanders may have lost the Democratic race for President, but his supporters believe some of his ideas won. Sanders surrogate Jonathan Tasini looks at his legacy.
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Trump Hits The Battleground States

Donald Trump is back on the campaign trail. He's rebutting the case Hillary Clinton made against him at the Democratic convention.
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Researchers Report More Great White Sharks Along East Coast

A restoration of the seal population in the Northeast means more activity among their greatest predator. Researchers on Cape Cod are studying the their movements and educating the public about safety.
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What Music For The Dying Sounds Like

Jennifer Hollis is what's called a music-thanatologist. She plays the harp and sings for dying patients once a week at Lahey hospital outside of Boston.
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Muslim Community Takes A Page From African-American Churches To Get Out The Vote

After an election year filled with criticisms of the Muslim community, some mosques are urging their worshippers to vote. To do so, they're borrowing a strategy used by African-American churches.

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