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A Scramble In The House Pushes Paul Ryan Back Into The Spotlight

National Review contributor Neil Minkoff explains what's at stake as House Republicans figure out who will be their next speaker — and whether Rep. Paul Ryan will run for the job.
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2 Decades Later, A March Of Thousands Looks Back — And Sets Eyes On Future

To mark the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March in Washington, D.C., Minister Louis Farrakhan convened a rally on the National Mall on Sunday, themed "Justice or Else!"
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The Million Man March, Then And Now

NPR's Michel Martin talks with Benjamin Chavis Jr., one of the organizers of the Million Man March in 1995, and a consultant for the anniversary march in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.
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The 2-Minute Facebook Hack To Avoid Getting Bombarded By Politicians

Interested in hearing more from Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, but a little hesitant to declare to your friends that you "like" them?
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A Return To Native Roots, Traced In Ink

A new generation of Alaska Native women are turning to a very old cultural practice: They're getting face tattoos. The tradition, which dates back centuries, was once banned by missionaries.
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How They Spent Their Global Summer Vacation

Students of global health are just back from summer trips around the world, learning about mental health, latrine shortages and mosquitoes. They share their experiences — and their tweets of advice.
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Time To Pursue The Pawpaw, America's Fleeting Fall Fruit

Ever seen a pawpaw in the supermarket? Didn't think so. Ohioan Chris Chmiel wants to change that by growing and promoting this seasonal, mango-like fruit that's native to the U.S.
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As U.S.-Cuba Relations Thaw, Here's What You Can And Can't Do

In some areas where U.S. officials have given a green light, it hasn't been matched by their counterparts in Cuba. But here's a quick guide to where things stand right now.
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D.C. Metro Safety Will Be Placed Under Federal Oversight

The Federal Transit Administration will now be in charge of Metro safety in Washington, according to a plan announced late Friday.

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Next Chapter In U.S. Vs. Mexico Soccer Rivalry Kicks Off Saturday

The U.S. and Mexico play in the CONCACAF Cup Saturday night. The U.S. head coach is under pressure and a Mexican star is out injured, but so far, a couple of advertisements are stealing the show.

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