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Scientists, Fishing Fleet Team Up To Save Cod — By Listening

Atlantic cod have become scarce along the coast, though catch limits have been reduced by 80 percent. Researchers are now tracking the sound of mating cod, hoping to help fishing boats avoid them.
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N.Y. Prison Break Search Is Costing $1 Million A Day

A district attorney says the two inmates may have used power tools left behind by maintenance contractors at the Clinton Correctional Facility.
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Joyce Mitchell, Worker Accused In N.Y. Prison Break, Appears In Court

Mitchell is accused of supplying the inmates with saw blades and other contraband that helped them escape. With the costly manhunt still underway, new details are emerging about how the plot unfolded.
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U.S. Officials Say Nearly 14 Million Affected In OPM Breach

U.S. officials believe they now understand the scope of the Office of Personnel Management hack revealed earlier this month. Officials say the OPM hack likely affected 14 million people.
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Rachel Dolezal Resigns From Spokane NAACP Post

NPR's Audie Cornish speaks to Northwest News Network reporter Jessica Robinson about how Dolezal resigned Monday as president of the Spokane NAACP after apparently misrepresenting her race.
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American Gun Manufacturer Colt Files For Bankruptcy

Colt, a brand name Americans have known since 1855, is headed for bankruptcy. The company will keep operating as it sorts out its debts, but a big chunk of manufacturing history hangs in the balance.
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Judge Rules In Favor Of AIG In Bailout Case, But Offers No Damages

A judge handed former American International Group, Inc., Chief Hank Greenberg on Monday a symbolic victory in his lawsuit against the government over the bailout of AIG. While the judge sided with Greenberg on the merits of the case, he refused to grant Greenberg and other shareholders any compensation.
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Jeb Bush Officially Enters Republican Field For President

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush formally announced on Monday his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination at a rally in Miami.
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The Race For President Really Begins This Week

For Republicans especially, the pressure is on to make the most of their nascent campaigns to make it into the first presidential debate on Aug. 6.
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Jeb Bush Makes It Official: He's Running

The former Florida governor becomes the 11th major Republican candidate for the party's presidential nomination.

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