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Frat Banned At Oklahoma University Is Familiar With Controversy

A 2013 investigation found 10 people died in events related to the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Bloomberg reporter John Hechinger about SAE's troubled history.
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New Ferguson Judge Has Wide Latitude To Make Changes

The fallout from a scathing federal report on the police and court in Ferguson, Mo., has begun.The city's municipal judge has resigned, and a state appeals judge will start hearing cases instead.
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Boston Bombing Jury Sees Tsarnaev's Writings

Prosecutors in the trial of admitted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev presented photos Tuesday of the blood-stained note he left in the boat where he was captured.
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SAE Fraternity Banned From University Of Oklahoma

Sigma Alpha Epsilon members have until midnight Tuesday to leave their fraternity's campus house after a video surfaced showing several members singing derogatory racial language.
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Owner Unloads Maine Inn For An Essay, Postage And $125

The Center Lovell Inn and Restaurant will get a new owner in the coming months. Current owner Janice Sage is giving it away, the same way she acquired it back in 1993: through an essay contest.
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Senate's Letter To Iran Complicates Nuclear Negotiations

As they try to reach a nuclear deal with Iran, the White House says it does want Congress to have a role — just not now. So, could Republican interference scuttle the whole thing?
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Florida Gov. Scott Denies Banning Phrase 'Climate Change'

University scientists and former state employees say Florida Gov. Rick Scott's administration has directed them to avoid using the phrase "climate change." Scott denies the charge.
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Clinton Says She Didn't Think Private Email Would Be 'An Issue'

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton answered questions Tuesday about her use of a private email account. Correspondents Tamara Keith and Mara Liasson join NPR's Melissa Block.
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No Big Money Or TV Ads — What's With The U.K.'s Low-Key Election?

There may not even be any televised debates, but the U.K. really is less than two months from national elections. Why is it so different from the U.S., where attention is already on 2016?
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Collision, Chemical Leak Close Part Of Houston Ship Channel

An "unknown quantity" of a gasoline additive leaked from a 600-foot tanker. It's the Houston Ship Channel's second crash in less than a week.

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