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Over 10 Years, 2 Filmmakers Documented The 'Making' Of A Murderer

Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi were film students when they started working on their 10-part Netflix series about Steven Avery. "We had no money, but what we did have was time," Demos says.
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Obama Administration To Announce Executive Actions On Guns

Intended to combat gun violence, the actions include a regulatory change designed to make it harder for gun buyers to avoid background checks.
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Graphic Novelist Named National Ambassador For Young People's Literature

NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with Gene Yang about becoming the first graphic novelist to be named the Library of Congress' National Ambassador for Young People's Literature.
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Militants In Oregon Say They'll Leave If Local Community Asks

The anti-federalist occupiers have held part of a federal wildlife refuge since Saturday. They say they speak for two men convicted of arson on federal lands who returned to jail Monday.

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Armed Protesters Occupy Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Center In Oregon

The scene was quiet Monday at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Center in Oregon as it was occupied by more than a dozen armed, anti-government supporters.
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Mormon Faith Serves As Powerful Symbol For Oregon Protesters

NPR's Audie Cornish talks with John Sepulvado of Oregon Public Broadcasting about the leader of the Oregon protesters, Ammon Bundy, and his family's particular brand of Mormonism.
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Why Tortillas May Hold The Key To Healthier Babies

In the U.S., pastas and breads come with a dose of folic acid, a B vitamin that prevents severe neural tube birth defects. But it's not allowed in corn masa, a staple for Hispanic women.
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Black Monday: A Look At Coach, GM Firings In The NFL

NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Emily Kaplan, who writes about the NFL for Sports Illustrated, about the league's 2015 season and Black Monday firings.
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Veterans Say Trained Dogs Help With PTSD, But The VA Won't Pay

Service dogs help veterans with physical disabilities, and there's increased interest in using dogs for symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, too. A study is underway to see whether that helps.
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GOP Candidates Shift Focus To National Security As First Voting Nears

The calendar has finally turned to 2016, and the Republican presidential candidates are ramping up their campaigning. The theme this week is national security, an issue that unites the GOP establishment and the conservative grassroots.

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