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  1. Signups Exceed Expectations For Montana's Medicaid Expansion

    Almost twice as many people as expected have signed up for Medicaid, and it has saved Montana $3 million so far, according to a progress report. But the program still has critics.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  2. Reverence And Rage: Southerners Battle Over Relics Of The Confederacy

    After the killing of nine African-Americans in a South Carolina church last year, there's been a renewed push to take down Confederate symbols across the South. Still, not everyone agrees.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  3. For Colorado parolee, life after decades of prison begins with survival

    In the second of a five-part series, we look at Colorado's parole system through the eyes of parolee Kevin Monteiro. He was released this past June.
    CPR News · Story
  4. Diane Coffee Performs At OpenAir, Talks Collaborations With Foxygen And Run The Jewels

    Diane Coffee is the performing moniker of Shaun Fleming, a former Disney voice actor who started his music career as the drummer for childhood friends Foxygen. Fleming's music combines rock, soul and classic psychedelic influences. Listen to Diane Coffee's session at OpenAir.
    CPR's OpenAir · Story
  5. South Sudan Soldiers Suffocated 60-Plus Men And Boys, Report Says

    The massacre reportedly occurred at a church compound, where the victims were forced into a shipping container. Amnesty International is calling it a "war crime."
    CPR News · NPR Story
  6. Charges Recommended For Cleveland Officers Who Fatally Shot 12-Year-Old

    Tamir Rice was carrying a replica gun outside a recreation center in the city in November when he was killed by two police officers.
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  7. Time Warner, Others Join Disney In Opposing Georgia's 'Religious Liberty' Bill

    Disney and its Marvel subsidiary have threatened to boycott the state if the governor signs the controversial measure. Other companies are now urging the governor to veto the bill.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  8. LISTEN: Trump Foreign Policy Adviser Hopes To Talk Him Out Of Torture

    Trump is calling for torture "because we are in a political season," Walid Phares said, but in the White House "he's going to be tasking experts to answer that question."
    CPR News · NPR Story
  9. In 2015, Deportations Reached Lowest Level Since 2006

    According to the latest data from the Department of Homeland Security, 235,413 people were deported from the United States. That is the lowest number recorded by the Obama administration.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  10. California Lawmakers Vote To Raise Smoking Age To 21

    If Gov. Jerry Brown signs the bill, California will become the second state, after Hawaii, to raise the age limit for buying tobacco products from 18 to 21.
    CPR News · NPR Story