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LISTEN: 7 Blast-From-The-Past Clinton And Sanders Debate Moments

Both candidates have said they are running positive campaigns, but that could change in this week's debate. In the past, they have shown a willingness to turn tough on their opponents.
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'Ideas': A New Series From NPR Ed

There's nothing new under the sun in education. Except when there is. We'll explore how innovation happens, who drives it and what works.
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2015 Nobel Prize In Economics Goes To Princeton Professor

Angus Deaton is the winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Science. His studies touch on consumption, poverty and welfare. He is a dual citizen of the United States and the United Kingdom.
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Orphan Sisters From South Korea Reunited Years Later In Florida

Adopted out of a Korean orphanage by different American families, sisters Meagan Hughes and Holly Hoyle O'Brien found each other again while working on the same floor at a hospital in Sarasota.
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Critics Say Women Are Neglected By Black Lives Matter Campaign

The Black Lives Matter movement has been critical in making police brutality against African-Americans a national issue. There are concerns, however, that stories of female victims are left out.
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Koch Political Network Takes A Deep Dive Into Community Organizing

The political network headed by David and Charles Koch is known for aggressive ads. But its grassroots work in communities across the country is seeking political change long after the campaign ends.
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Officer Acted 'Reasonably' In Shooting Of Tamir Rice, 2 Experts Say

The reports released in Cleveland find a white police officer acted within reason in the shooting death of Tamir Rice in 2014. Rice was fatally shot after his toy gun was mistaken for a weapon.
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Downtown LA Becomes A Popular Place To Buy A Condo

Los Angeles has been known mostly as a place to work, but the number of residents has more than tripled since 2000. Developers can't build condos fast enough while many offices sit empty.
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A Spooky Tale In Time For Halloween: Weather Cuts Into Pumpkin Crop

Heavy rains have damaged much of the crop in the Midwest. Canned pumpkin giant Libby's says there should be enough to fill your pies for Thanksgiving, but after that, things will be tight.
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Is The Resilience Of Millennials Underrated?

It's not uncommon to hear claims that young people these days have higher rates of mental health issues than in the past. But the data don't back that up. So how come millennials get a bad rap?

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