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After Praising Clinton, Obama Holds 'Informal' Meeting With Bernie Sanders

President Obama had what the White House described as an "informal" meeting with Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. It comes on the heels of Obama lavishing praise on Sanders' opponent Hillary Clinton.
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FCC Chairman Issues Proposal Seeking To 'Unlock' Cable Box Market

Almost all cable subscribers pay to rent a set-top box netting the industry billions a year. Chairman Tom Wheeler says ending that practice would lead to more innovation in the way we consume TV.
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Oregon Sheriff On Occupation: 'This Can't Happen Anymore'

At a news conference a day after several militants were arrested, local and federal law enforcement officials called for an end to the armed occupation of a federal wildlife refuge near Burns, Ore.
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What Were The Least (And Most) Corrupt Countries In 2015?

The U.S. lost three points from its 2014 score. Despite gains in some countries, an annual index shows that 68 percent of the world's countries have "a serious corruption problem."
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Would You Tell The World You Have Schizophrenia On YouTube?

Rachel Star Withers decided to let people know what was going on inside her head: the hallucinations, the voices. She says going public has helped her deal with schizophrenia and helps others, too.
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Why The Southeast Could Become The Napa Valley Of Oysters

Oysters from the Pacific Northwest have long been the most coveted for their sweet, mild flavor. But they now have more competition from Southeast oysters cultivated from Virginia down to Florida.

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Teaching Parenting Skills At Doctor Visits Helps Children's Behavior

Using video to teach good parenting habits when children are babies leads to better behavior in kids later on, a study finds. The program is aimed at helping children in low-income families.

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Air Regulators Sue Calif. Utility Over Massive Gas Leak

A local regulatory body has filed a civil suit against the Southern California Gas Co. alleging negligence over the ongoing natural gas leak near Porter Ranch in Los Angeles.
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Radio Legend Barney Hall, The Calm Voice Of NASCAR, Dies At 83

From the debut of the Daytona 500, Barney Hall missed calling the race only four times. He was revered for navigating any situation with steady intelligence.
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Meet 'The Tenth,' A Slick New Magazine For Queer Black Men

Now on its third issue, The Tenth wants the fashion industry to stop seeing queer blacks folks as "the flavor of the month."

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