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Politics Rewind: Between Iraq And A Hard Place

Jeb Bush's shifting positions on the Iraq War gave an opening to Republican rivals for the presidential nomination. And will Hillary Clinton answer questions directly on her trip to Iowa next week?
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In Arctic Drilling Debate, A Dispute Over Cleanup Preparedness

Royal Dutch Shell can drill oil exploration wells this summer in the Chukchi Sea, if Shell shows it can prevent and clean up a potential spill. Environmentalists are skeptical; Shell says it's ready.
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Jury Sentences Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev To Death

The jury in the Boston Marathon bombing trial has handed Dzhokhar Tsarnaev the death penalty.
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'Not On My Land': Southern Residents Fight Building Of Palmetto Pipeline

Kinder Morgan is proposing the pipeline to carry oil and natural gas through South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. But smaller oil suppliers are also concerned about markets like Savannah, Georgia.
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'Spirited Republic' Exhibit Explores America's History With Alcohol

The National Archives exhibit explores America's long and sometimes troubled history with alcohol. NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Derek Brown, the exhibit's "Chief Spirits Advisor."
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Correction: Facebook News Partnerships, Amtrak Derailment

NPR corrects two errors on All Things Considered this week in stories about the Amtrak train derailment and the new partnership between Facebook and news organizations.
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Beekeepers Reported Losing 42 Percent Of Honeybee Colonies Last Summer

NPR's Audie Cornish speaks to Gene Brandi, vice president of the American Beekeeping Federation, about how beekeepers and farmers are coping with the large die-off of honeybees.
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Critics Question Why Amtrak Took So Long To Install Positive Train Control

Speed control technology had been installed at the site of the derailment Tuesday night, but it had yet to be tested. Investigators continue to probe why the train was going 100 mph when it derailed.
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Reactions To Death Penalty For Boston Bomber

Boston Mayor Martin Walsh said he hopes the verdict "provides a small amount of closure to the survivors, families" and others affected by the 2013 marathon bombing.
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Death Penalty For Boston Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

The 2013 marathon bombing killed three people and left 264 others wounded. In April, the same jury convicted Tsarnaev of all 30 counts brought against him.

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