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Will Smart Clothing Amp Up Your Workout?

Startups are developing clothing with sensors that measure heart rate, breathing and muscle activity. Fitness enthusiasts are the target market. But the garments could be used for health care, too.
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If A Caller Says, 'I Am With The IRS,' He's Not

The IRS says if you are surprised to be getting a call from the agency, it's not them on the line. Don't fall for it! Scammers are trying to trick you into giving up personal information or cash.
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Netanyahu: In Any Final Deal, Iran Must Recognize Israel's Right To Exist

The Israeli prime minister, who has long called Iran an existential threat, reiterated his opposition to the framework agreement Iran reached with six world powers over its nuclear program.
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Economy Adds A Disappointing 126,000 Jobs In March

The monthly numbers from the Labor Department's Bureau of Labor Statistics were well short of the 245,000 jobs economists had expected.
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Sailor, Missing For 66 Days, Rescued Off Cape Hatteras By Passing Ship

Louis Jordan, who sailed out of a small marina in South Carolina in late January, had not been heard from until Thursday. That's when he was spotted on the upturned hull of his sailboat.
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Student Rejects Duke's Letter Denying Her Admission

When Duke University sent Siobhan O'Dell, 17, a rejection letter, she turned the tables. In the end, she's headed for a school she doesn't have to reject, the University of South Carolina.
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Fights Over 'Religious Freedom' And Gay Rights Are Costing Republicans

The party and its leading 2016 contenders are finding themselves between a rock and hard place because of Indiana's and Arkansas' recently amended laws.
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How The Price Of Oil Caused A Downturn In The Recycling Business

What is recyclable and what is trash? There is an economic line between the two, and it's a line that can move around a lot. Our Planet Money team explains why it's a tough time to be a recycler.
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National Outrage Pushes Indiana To Tweak Religious Freedom Law

A week after signing a religious freedom bill into law, Republican Gov. Mike Pence signed a new bill — one aimed at quelling the firestorm of controversy that erupted over the original.
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Congressional Lawmakers Insist Iran Nuclear Deal Be Put To A Vote

Republicans, and many Democrats as well, are skeptical the deal is good for the U.S. and its allies. Because the deal is not legally binding, it does not technically need the approval of Congress.

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