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  1. A Decade After Flood's Devastation, Love Keeps New Orleans Afloat

    New Orleans lost much since Hurricane Katrina, and the failed levees that flooded the city. But Gwen Thompkins says the passions that survived the flood kept her city alive too.
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  2. A Man Shed Live Polio Virus In His Stool For 28 Years

    That's the longest span for one individual to excrete the live virus in history. It's not the norm, that's for certain. But how much of a concern is it in the war to wipe out polio?
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  3. Ten months later, Colorado flood victims still recovering

    Two families from Weld County lost everything in last September's floods. We've been following their stories over the past 10 months, learning how difficult it is for families to recover physically and emotionally from a natural disaster.
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  4. New Orleans Schools, 10 Years After Katrina: Beacon Or Warning?

    The system has shown the largest, fastest improvement of any district in the nation, and yet it still ranks second from the bottom in the state.
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  5. El Ten Eleven

    • Friday, December 4, 2015 9:00pm
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  6. Journalists Receive Court Summons Nearly A Year After Reporting In Ferguson

    Reporters for The Washington Post and Huffington Post were covering the 2014 protests in Ferguson when they were held in a McDonald's. Now they're charged with trespassing and interfering with police.
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  7. Syrian Journalist Released After Years In Prison

    Mazen Darwish was arrested in February 2012 while reporting on Syrian President Bashar Assad's government crackdown on protesters.
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  8. A Year After Michael Brown Shooting, Ferguson Marchers Mourn In Silence

    In Ferguson, Mo., people marked the anniversary of the 18-year-old's death with a moment of silence and a church service. Camille Phillips of St. Louis Public Radio reports on the day's activities.
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  9. A Year After Ferguson: Obama Tells NPR He Feels 'Great Urgency'

    In an interview with Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep, the president rejects the suggestion that political considerations put race relations on the back burner in his first term.
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  10. After A Year Of Bombing ISIS, U.S. Campaign Shows Just Limited Gains

    Airstrikes have helped push back the Islamic State in some places, but the group has gained in other areas. Pentagon officials say the U.S. operation may need another two years or more to succeed.
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