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Red Light Camera Use Declines After Public Outrage

Red light cameras increase safety at intersections at no cost to taxpayers, but over the last several years, the number of communities using red light cameras has fallen. Community outrage is one of the main reasons there are fewer cameras. Meanwhile, safety advocates are trying to increase the number of cameras by better educating local governments on how to use them.
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As Primary Drags On, Sanders Supporters Grow More Opposed To Clinton

As Bernie Sanders fights on against Hillary Clinton, he has some goals short of the nomination in sight, while his supporters remain relatively reluctant to support Clinton.
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Viacom CEO Files Lawsuit In Corporate War With Sumner Redstone

A corporate soap opera involving the CEO of Viacom and the company's single largest shareholder intensified Monday and appears headed to a courtroom.
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Hospitals Struggle With How To Innovate In Age Of New Technology

A growing number of hospitals offer state of the art technology. But what that means varies widely from hospital to hospital and in fact, many hospitals continue to grapple with how to upgrade and innovate in traditional systems. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Dr. Neal Sikka, who works on innovation and technology at George Washington University Hospital.
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Candice Hoyes Sings Blackness, Womanhood And History On Her New Jazz Album

When Candice Hoyes sings, she's channeling a legacy of black women in jazz. Her debut album, On a Turquoise Cloud, celebrates the genre's storied roots.
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Inventing A Machine That Spits Out Drugs In A Whole New Way

A refrigerator-sized machine could someday make lifesaving drugs on site when outbreaks occur or where medicine is in short supply, like on the battlefield.
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What $62 Billion In Cash Could Buy You: Monsanto

German chemical company Bayer makes a strong offer to buy the giant U.S. agricultural firm.
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Teaching Kids In Vietnam To Avoid A Deadly, Everyday Legacy Of War

In Quang Tri province, the most heavily bombed during the Vietnam War, 10 percent of the ordnance never detonated. A former U.S. military intelligence analyst is part of a group cleaning up the bombs.
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Why You Should Take A Deep Breath Before Reading The Latest Trump-Clinton Polls

It's hyperventilate-over-polls season. Here's some perspective to calm you down.
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Baltimore Officer Acquitted In Freddie Gray Case

A judge in Baltimore has found police Officer Edward Nero not guilty of multiple misdemeanor charges relating to the arrest of Freddie Gray, who died after sustaining injuries while in police custody.

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