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Activist With HIV Fights To End Stigma

Reed Vreeland has HIV. He talks with NPR's Rachel Martin about living with the virus, figuring out when to disclose his status, and his work to eradicate the stigma of having HIV-positive status.
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How Most Anyone Can Find Photos Of Secret Government Sites

Just by searching online, researchers found the buildings where the North Korean military is believed to be building launchers for ballistic missiles. Google Earth and cheap satellite images make this kind of intelligence gathering possible for most anyone with an Internet connection.
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Water-Skiing On Snow: Skijorers Aren't Just Horsing Around

The odd sport of skijoring was a demonstration sport at the 1928 Winter Olympics, and hasn't been celebrated on the world stage since. But enthusiasts in New Hampshire and elsewhere are trying to bring it back — and it looks like they're gaining some traction.
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Partial Verdict Reached In Fla. Gas Station Shooting

Arun Rath speaks with NPR's Greg Allen about the verdict reached this evening on Michael Dunn's murder charges in the 2012 killing of a teenager in a Jacksonville gas station parking lot.
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Mistrial On Murder Charge In Florida Gas Station Shooting

The Florida jury did find Michael Dunn guilty on four lesser charges including attempted second-degree murder in the 2012 killing of a teenager in a Jacksonville gas station parking lot.
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Fugitive Finally Captured: 'The Eyes Gave Her Away'

It's the kind of story you'd expect from a crime drama. Snowed in, an officer in Michigan catches up on cold cases, discovering a fugitive living in San Diego — some 37 years after she disappeared.
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No Rest For The Snow-Weary: Northeast Braces For Round 2

Maine could get a foot and a half of snow, while Massachusetts and Connecticut could see an additional 12 inches on top of what's already still on the ground.
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GOP Struggles To Sell Message In Big Cities

Democrats currently control city hall in 90 percent of the nation's largest cities. But not too many years ago, Republicans had a pretty good chance of winning big-city mayoral races.
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U.S. Men's Hockey Team Triumphs Over Russia In Shootout Ending

The American and Russian men's ice hockey teams faced off at the Winter Olympics on Sunday, and it wasn't pretty. From Sochi, correspondent Robert Smith tells NPR's Scott Simon about the game that went into overtime.
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Walking Down The Widening Aisle Of Interracial Marriages

One in 10 opposite-sex marriages in the U.S. are between spouses of different races or ethnicities. At more than 5.3 million, their numbers have increased 28 percent since 2000, according to the Census Bureau.

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