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Millennial Candidates Face Challenges From Young And Older Voters

Steve Inskeep talks to Republican Marilinda Garcia of New Hampshire and Democrat Jim Mowrer of Iowa about their experiences running for the U.S. House of Representatives.
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Visitors Question Dallas Plans After Ebola Patient Dies

Public health officials in Dallas say the risk of acquiring the Ebola virus is small for most people but that message isn't reaching everyone. Some have canceled travel plans to the city.
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U.S. Supreme Court Court Halts Wis. Voter ID Law; Texas Law Overturned

The court told Wisconsin it may not implement its law requiring voters to present photo IDs. In Texas, a federal judge struck down that state's ID law, saying it discriminates against minority voters.
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Miami Uses Pumps To Battle Flooding From Sea Level Rise

To combat sea level rise, one of the consequences of climate change, Miami Beach is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to install new storm sewers and pumps.
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A Phone Call Helped Navy's First Four-Star Woman Embrace Her Path

On her way up, Adm. Michelle Howard found herself becoming a spokesperson for women in the military. Complaining to her mom, she got this reply: "As long as you stay in the Navy, this will not stop."
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Former Texas Cheerleader Behind 'Hook 'Em Horns' Dies At 78

At a pep rally in 1955, Harley Clark displayed his index and pinky fingers extended, with his two middle fingers tucked under his thumb.
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Supreme Court Halts Wisconsin Voter ID Law; Texas Law Overturned

After an appeals court put Wisconsin's law back into effect, the Supreme Court put the law on hold while the justices decide whether to take the case.
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Ebola: Does The Risk Justify The Intensity Of Coverage?

A series of developments over the past 24 hours have made one Ebola case feel like an epidemic. But the truth is the risk of Ebola spreading in the United States is the same it's been for months.
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Millennials Are Blue Now, But Party Allegiance Could Be Up For Grabs

They're not the Obama-adoring college students of 2008 anymore. They're the generation hard-hit by the economy.
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Secret Service Missteps Revive Questions About Prostitution Scandal

The spotlight on the Secret Service after recent security breaches has spilled over to the White House staff, and it's renewed old questions about a 2012 Colombian prostitution scandal.

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