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Low Gas Prices Haven't Slowed Domestic Drilling — Yet

With gas prices plunging below $3 a gallon, motorists have plenty to celebrate. But people in oil-producing states, where low prices mean fewer jobs and less government revenue, are starting to worry.
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Los Angeles Cemetary Honors Veterans With 170K Flags

This weekend at the Riverside National Cemetery an hour east of Los Angeles, hundreds of volunteers placed American flags by 170,000 grave sites in preparation for Veteran's Day this Tuesday.
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Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Reaches Labor Deal With Musicians

The Grammy award-winning ensemble will open the first concert of its 70th anniversary season with Beethoven's ninth symphony, the "Ode to Joy."
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Maine Nurse To Move Out Of State Following Ebola Quarantine Row

Kaci Hickox, who was quarantined after arriving home from caring for Ebola patients in West Africa, plans to leave this week with her boyfriend but hasn't said where they will go.
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What The Military Learned From The Battle For Fallujah

American troops are marking the 10th anniversary of the bloodiest battle of the Iraq war, Fallujah. In this For the Record segment, NPR's Rachel Martin asks service members if the battle was worth it.
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Consultant On Homelessness: Cities Enable The Poor

In many cities it is now illegal to feed the homeless. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Robert Marbut, the man behind the push to make handing out food a crime, who favors getting people into programs.
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The Case For U.S. Combat Troops In Iraq

Airstrikes against ISIS have had some success. But James Jeffrey, Obama's former ambassador to Iraq, says Americans on the ground are necessary to win the war.
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As GOP Swept Congress, Black Republicans Took Home Historic Wins

The Republican Party made striking gains during the midterm elections. Among their victories were three wins by black Republicans, who seem to be building momentum for diversifying the GOP ranks.
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Killings By Mexican National Exposes Holes In Border Security

The killing of two Sacramento area sheriff's deputies by a Mexican national has prompted calls for stricter border security. The man accused of the killings had a long arrest and deportation record.
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5th Teen Dies From Injuries In Oct. 24 Wash. School Shooting

A cousin of shooter Jaylen Fryberg died after a weeks-long battle against injuries sustained in the incident, a local hospital says.

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