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Settlement Reached In 'Happy Birthday' Copyright Case

Some filmmakers sued for the song to be in the public domain. The lawsuit was settled, but a federal judge didn't say whether the royalties will end. The copyright dates to 1935.
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The CDC Gives U.S. Schools Low Marks In Sex Ed

The topics least likely to be taught were how to get and use condoms. See the breakdown of which subjects make it into the classroom, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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MLB Commissioner To Decide Whether To Reinstate Pete Rose

One of Major League Baseball's greatest players has been banned since 1989 for gambling on the game. But sports leagues' traditionally hard attitudes toward sports gambling seem to be softening.
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Despite Backlash Over Muslim Comments, Supporters Stand By Trump

Voters who support Donald Trump reveal insights into the appeal of the leading Republican presidential candidate. We hear from a focus group of Trump supporters.
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Trump Comments, Terror Events Provide Punch For Tabloid Front Pages

Following the San Bernardino massacre and heightened rhetoric about Muslims, newspapers — both tabloid and conventional dailies — have been making news for taking tough stances on their front pages.
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'Atlantic' Article Explores How Obama Thinks About Terrorism

Steve Inskeep talks to Peter Beinart about his piece in The Atlantic entitled, "How Obama Thinks About Terrorism." Beinart writes Obama and his political opponents think about terrorism differently.
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Officer Charged In Freddie Gray's Death Testifies He Did Nothing Wrong

Baltimore police officer William Porter accused in the death of Freddie Gray has testified in his own defense. Porter says he saw no sign of injury when he checked on Gray in a police van last April.
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Bipartisan Legislation Aims To Tighten Visa Waiver Program

Visitors from 38 countries don't need a visa to enter the U.S. Steve Inskeep talks to Sen. Jeff Flake, R-AZ, about the legislation he introduced that would up security of the visa waiver program.
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San Bernardino Shooters Were Radicalized Before Meeting, FBI Chief Says

The FBI Director told a Senate panel the attackers appear to have radicalized, independently, more than two years ago.
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New Airport Bridge Spanning U.S.-Mexico Border Opens

The new bridge means one of the world's only airports built across two countries now operates on the U.S.-Mexico border crossing between San Diego and Tijuana.

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