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A Vision For Teacher Training At MIT: West Point Meets Bell Labs

Arthur Levine, the former president of Teachers College, Columbia University, is launching a $30 million project that he says will shake teacher education to its core.
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Golden State Warriors Bring Home Their First NBA Title In 40 Years

As in the previous two games, the thin-benched Cleveland Cavaliers are able to keep things close early before running out of gas, letting Stephen Curry and the Warriors cruise to the title.
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Updated Training Of Birth Control Counselors Boosts Use Of IUDs

And when the use of intrauterine devices and hormonal implants by young women goes up, the number of unplanned pregnancies sharply drops, researchers find.
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New York Man Accused Of Plotting To Explode Pressure Cooker Bombs

Munther Omar Saleh, 20, had been under surveillance, along with another man. Both were arrested Saturday and charged with planning to give material support to ISIS.
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Rachel Dolezal's Story Sparks Questions About 'How People Experience Race'

NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Rutgers University professor Khadijah White and Allyson Hobbs, who wrote a book about the history of racial passing, about the former head of the NAACP in Spokane, Wash.
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To Keep Going During The Finals, LeBron James Can't Take A Day Off

As LeBron James carries the Cleveland Cavaliers through the NBA Finals, he sticks to a strict regimen on his days off to keep himself upright through the grueling playoff stretch.
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Jeb Bush Begins Mission To Win-Over New Hampshire Voters

After announcing his presidential campaign Monday, Jeb Bush headed to the state that could make or break his presidential hopes — New Hampshire.
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Alleged Hack Of Astros Database Included Player Information

NPR's Melissa Block talks with Richard Justice, a correspondent for MLB.com, about the FBI investigation into the St. Louis Cardinals for allegedly hacking the Houston Astros.
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U.S. Women Beat Nigeria 1-0, Win Group And Advance To Elimination Rounds

The victory, thanks to a goal by Abby Wambach, eases the Americans' path toward the World Cup, while the Nigerians were eliminated by the loss.
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White House Announces 'Cybersecurity Sprint' In Response To OPM Hack

A House panel is looking into the massive data breach revealed earlier this month that affected millions of current and former federal workers. As a result of the hack, the Obama administration has ordered what its calling a "30-day cybersecurity sprint" to better protect federal information. Is it window dressing or something substantive?

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