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U.S. Military Personnel Help Rescue Hostages From Hotel In Mali

American military personnel helped rescue some Americans and others in Mali after the hotel where they were staying was overrun by gunmen.
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More Than 2 Dozen Dead After Attack On Radisson Hotel In Mali

American troops have been supporting French and Malian military operations against Islamic extremists for years, and a few U.S. personnel were on hand at a terror attack Friday in the capital, Bamako.
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When Fees Attack: Rolling Over A 401(k) Can Trigger Big-Time Charges

One of the moments our retirement nest eggs are most vulnerable is when we change jobs. That's when some financial advisers charge fees to roll them over — and those fees can be hard to see.
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When Drug Treatment For Narcotic Addiction Never Ends

Medicines that help users wean themselves from opioid drugs can be prescribed in a doctor's office or clinic. But some clients question whether the clinics always have their best interests at heart.
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Lawmakers Look To Change U.S. Visa Waiver Program

U.S. senators point to the program as a potential security risk that poses a bigger threat than admitting Syrian refugees.
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White House Appeals Immigration Case To Supreme Court

The president's executive actions on immigration — announced one year ago — have been caught up in a legal battle for months. Now the administration is taking the fight to the high court.
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What The 2016 Candidates Would Do About ISIS, In One Chart

There has been a flurry of candidate promises about ISIS and the U.S. accepting Syrian refugees in the wake of the attacks in Paris a week ago.
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18 Rules Of Behavior For Young Ladies In 1831

In the spirit of American self-reliance, Charles Varle penned a personal guidebook for 19th century Americans.
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Mali Hotel Attack Strikes Home For France

France has historic ties with Mali, where gunmen took hostages at a luxury hotel in the capital Bamako. Renee Montagne talks to Gerard Araud, France's ambassador to the United States.
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Mothers Who Lost Children To Addiction Unite To Change Laws

Women whose children have become addicted to opioids are working to change laws around the country. They seek improved access to treatment and reduced stigma.

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