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  1. After Spending Scandals, Rep. Aaron Schock Says Goodbye

    Even in his final floor speech, Rep. Aaron Schock seemed to leave the door open for a future, comparing himself to former President Abraham Lincoln.
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  2. One Year After Mudslide, First Responders Tackle Emotional Damage

    This weekend, residents of Washington state will mark one year since a massive mudslide devastated a small community, killing 43 people and destroying dozens of homes in a matter of minutes.
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  3. 15 Years After Columbine, Are Schools Any Safer?

    The mass shooting at Columbine High School spurred schools to adopt "zero tolerance" policies. Do they work? NPR Education Correspondent Claudio Sanchez and former principal Bill Bond discuss.
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  4. After Snowden, The NSA Faces Recruitment Challenge

    To keep its code-breaking prowess, the National Security Agency must recruit scores of the brightest students in math and computer science each year. The Snowden revelations are hurting those efforts.
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  5. Lessons In Moving Forward On Race From A 40-Year Mayor

    Charleston Mayor Joseph Riley is retiring after 10 terms. "I sought this job ... mainly to help build a bridge between the African-American and the white community," he says.
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  6. Obamacare Five Years Later: Thriving Or On Political Life Support?

    The health care law has sliced the number of uninsured by a third. Yet it remains deeply polarizing, and its fate could be decided by the Supreme Court and the coming presidential election.
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  7. Panel Finds FBI Made Strides After 9/11, But Must Speed Reforms

    An independent review of how the FBI implemented the recommendations made in the 9/11 Commission Report also says new threats to the U.S. challenged the bureau's "change-resistant culture."
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  8. Obama: 50 Years After 'Bloody Sunday,' March Is Not Yet Over

    The president, speaking at an event in Selma, Ala., to commemorate the march, said "our union is not yet perfect. But we are getting closer."
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  9. Protests After Police In Wis. Kill Unarmed 19-Year-Old Black Suspect

    Authorities say an officer was assaulted after responding to a call about reckless driving. The Madison police chief has acknowledged that the suspect was unarmed.
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  10. If Drones Make You Nervous, Think Of Them As Flying Donkeys

    In Africa, where there aren't always roads from point A to point B, drones could take critical medicines to remote spots. But the airborne vehicles make people uneasy for lots of reasons.
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