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Two Women Arrested In Bomb Plot, American Al-Qaeda Member To Face Charges

Two women who were roommates in Brooklyn, N.Y., have been arrested in a homegrown terrorism plot.
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Mourning The Matzo: Iconic N.Y. Factory To Leave Former Jewish Hub

It's the end of an era: After nearly a century, the Streit's matzo factory is leaving Manhattan's Lower East Side. This Passover will be its last there. Streit's plans to move to a new factory.
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Americans Support Iran Talks, But Doubt They'll Prevent A Weapon

President Obama said "solid majorities support a diplomatic resolution" with Iran. That's true to an extent. When you scratch beneath the surface, it's more complicated.
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Sen. Menendez Case Revolves Around Friendship With Florida Eye Doctor

NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Jay Weaver, a reporter for the Miami Herald, for a profile on Dr. Salomon Melgen, who is at the center of Sen. Robert Menendez's indictment on corruption charges.
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Alabama Man To Be Released After Nearly 30 Years On Death Row

Anthony Ray Hinton was convicted in the 1985 murders of two fast-food employees based almost exclusively on ballistics evidence that has since been deemed unreliable.
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BuzzFeed Writer's Stolen Phone Sparks Chinese Viral Sensation

BuzzFeed writer Matt Stopera tells NPR's Melissa Block about his trip to China to meet "Brother Orange" — the man who bought Stopera's stolen iPhone and started a sensation on Chinese Twitter.
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World Leaders Reach Tentative Deal In Iranian Nuclear Talks

Iran and six world powers announced Thursday that they have reached a framework that puts them on track for a nuclear deal within three months.
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Rev. Robert Schuller, 'Hour Of Power' Host, Dies at 88

The Rev. Robert Schuller, host of the Sunday morning telecast, "Hour of Power," and founder of the Crystal Cathedral mega church in California, has died at 88.
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Amid Drought, Central Valley Residents Face Rising Water Prices

A small California town may run out of water because the drought has driven up the price to buy it. Residents of Cantua Creek, Calif., say they can't afford to pay the $30 monthly increase in their bills. The state has offered temporary relief to Fresno County, which supplies water to Cantua Creek. But officials must find an affordable solution for residents to keep taps running long-term.
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President Obama Praises Tentative Iranian Nuclear Deal

In a Rose Garden statement, President Obama said the tentative deal is the beginning of a historic understanding. Negotiators announced Thursday that they've reached the outlines of a nuclear deal.

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