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Bernie Sanders: 'We Are The Underdog'

The presidential candidate, who has emerged as the leading critic to Hillary Clinton, sat down with WAMU's Diane Rehm to talk about his campaign, policies and his chances.
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'Some Indication' That N.Y. Escapees Might Have Headed To Vermont

More than 450 personnel are going door-to-door, conducting car searches and gathering information to try to find escaped killers David Sweat and Richard Matt.
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EPA Takes First Step In Limiting Aircraft Emissions

The Environmental Protection Agency hasn't outlined any specific emissions limits for aircraft engines, but it has begun the process that would lead to them.
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Jeb Bush And Florida's 'Scarlet Letter Law,' Explained

While Jeb Bush was governor, Florida had a law requiring some women to list their sexual encounters in the newspaper. What's the controversy all about, and what did Bush have to do with it, exactly?
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'His Emotions Got The Best Of Him' At Pool, Officer's Attorney Says

The lawyer representing resigned Cpl. Eric Casebolt says that last Friday, "His first call was a suicide at an apartment complex." That incident added to "an emotional toll," his attorney says.
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It's Spawning Season: Are Horseshoe Crabs Down For the Count?

Migratory birds and humans have long relied on the odd creatures, and scientists now fear they're on the decline. This time each year, volunteers fan out along Mid-Atlantic coast to count the crabs.
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Some Insured Patients Still Skipping Care Because Of High Costs

Research shows that, even with health insurance, many people put off expensive surgery, medicine and tests because they can't afford the high deductibles or copays. A few states hope to change that.
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More Evidence That Parents' Ages Could Influence Autism Risk

A large, international study found that kids born to older parents had higher rates of autism. Having a teen mom or parents with a large gap between their ages also increased the autism odds.
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After Nearly 30 Years, Librarian Of Congress Is Calling It Quits

James Billington helped usher the world's largest library into the digital age. The Library of Congress says he will step down on Jan. 1, 2016.
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Cleveland Officials: Police Are Being Retrained On Interacting With The Public

Officers are getting new training on interacting with youth and the use of force. "We are guardians of this community," police Chief Calvin Williams said. "And we are part of this community."

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