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  1. Sources: Murdochs Moving To Oust Roger Ailes After Sexual Harassment Allegations

    Ailes, the CEO and chairman of Fox News, has been sued by a former anchor, and other accusers have stepped forward. Fox News sources now say the Murdoch family is moving to push Ailes out.
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  2. World Vision: Alleged $50M Theft By Charity's Employee Seems Impossible

    Israel says some $50 million was diverted by the charity's Gaza Strip director to the Hamas militant group. World Vision counters that the man didn't have authority over that much money.
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  3. World Health Organization Warns Tuberculosis Is Not Under Control

    A new report shows tuberculosis was one of the top 10 causes of death worldwide in 2015, and that the United Nations health body is not on track to meet its goals for reducing deaths from the disease.
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  4. Authorities Closer To Closing Hundreds Of Colorado Rape Cases

    More than 30,000 backlogged rape kits have been fully tested, officials said Friday.
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  5. Trump Calls Assault Allegations 'Pure Fiction,' Pledges Evidence To Dispute

    Speaking in Florida Thursday, Trump also criticized People writer Natasha Stoynoff's looks, arguing that he wouldn't have made a move on her.
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  6. NPR News Nuggets: Bernie's Bro, Tequila Sunrise & Ken Bone

    Here's a roundup of some of the mini-moments you may have missed on this week's Morning Edition.
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  7. Emails Reveal Clinton's Mixed Relationship With Wall Street

    In hacked emails published by WikiLeaks, Hillary Clinton presents a more nuanced view of the financial system than her campaign speeches would suggest.
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  8. New Maps Label Much Of New Orleans Out Of Flood Hazard Area

    The new maps mean flood insurance for these areas is optional. But with half the city at or below sea level and memories of post-Hurricane Katrina flooding, some worry they send the wrong message.
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  9. Fort Collins Stands By Urban Camping Ban

    Some City Council members said it would be better to leave the ban alone and instead focus on reducing homelessness.
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  10. Why 2015 Was The Year Of The Period, And We Don't Mean Punctuation

    Is this the year when menstruation went from taboo topic to entrepreneurial opportunity? High-profile moments (including one featuring Donald Trump) may be remaking social attitudes about the period.
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