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Items In N.Y. Hunting Cabin Linked To Escaped Killers, Police Say

It has been 17 days since Richard Matt and David Sweat escaped from the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, N.Y. The New York Times reports the men were in the cabin within the past 48 hours.
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Remembering Lonesome George, Another Famous Galapagos Tortoise

Encore performance of a song by NPR's Adam Cole about Lonesome George, celebrity tortoise. This story originally aired Jan. 11, 2015 on All Things Considered.
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Police Discover DNA Evidence In New York Inmate Manhunt

State and federal officials say they found DNA evidence that ties two missing prison inmates to a remote area of northern New York about 30 miles west of Dannemora, N.Y.
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In 2009 Tour Of West Miami, Marco Rubio Shows Pride In His Community

NPR's Robert Siegel took a drive through West Miami with Marco Rubio in 2009 before he was elected to the U.S. Senate.
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Storage Of License Plate Scanner Data Raises Privacy Concerns

Police across the country have collected an enormous amount of data with license plate readers over the past few years. But what does that data actually tell us and who can see it?
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S.C. Governor Calls For Removal Of Confederate Flag From State Capitol

After the shooting in Charleston, S.C., the political fallout continues. Gov. Nikki Haley renewed a push to remove the Confederate flag from the state house grounds in a press conference Monday.
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This California Raisin Grower Just Got His Day In The Sun

The Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of a group of California raisin growers who objected to being forced to participate in a crop set-aside program.
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Sights Set On The White House, But It Started In West Miami

When Sen. Marco Rubio's parents came to the U.S., they put down roots in West Miami, a nearly all-Cuban neighborhood. That's where the senator and his family still live.
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Charleston, S.C., Mass Shooting Renews Debate Over Confederate Flag

Since the shooting deaths of nine African-Americans in Charleston, S.C., people across the state are debating the Confederate flag's place on the state house grounds.
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150-Year-Old Galapagos Tortoise Dies At San Diego Zoo

Speed, a 150-year-old Galapagos tortoise, has died at the San Diego Zoo. Tommy Owens, lead keeper at the zoo's reptile department, says Speed helped preserve his species and gave generations contact with a rare animal.

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