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  1. WATCH: The 'Firefall' Offers A Grand Glimpse Of A Glow In Flow

    Once a year around this time, when conditions are just right, Horsetail Fall in Yosemite National Park lights up at sunset with a majestic spectacle of orange and yellow. See the phenomenon in action.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  2. Sharing Of Nude Photos Of Female Marines Online Prompts Pentagon Investigation

    Postings to a closed Facebook group included links to a Google Drive with even more images — and an invitation to contribute photos.
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  3. One Democrat's Hunt For The Hidden Obamacare Replacement Bill

    Republicans in Congress were invited Thursday to view a draft of the House bill aimed at repealing and replacing Obamacare. But Democrats who wanted a look came up empty in a game of "find the bill."
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  4. Elizabeth Warren Campaigns With Hillary Clinton, Goes After Donald Trump

    In their first appearance together of the 2016 campaign, the progressive hero and Massachusetts senator enthusiastically endorsed the presumptive nominee.
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  5. After Brexit Vote, Britain Asks Google: 'What Is The EU?'

    Google Trends shows that this was the second-searched EU-related question in the United Kingdom after polls closed. The first was "What does it mean to leave the EU?"
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  6. Uber Will Investigate Sexual Harassment Claims By Engineer

    Uber's CEO has ordered an investigation into a sexual harassment claim made by a female engineer after she published a blog post detailing her experience.
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  7. Trump Aims To 'Eliminate' Clean Water Rule

    The Obama-era "Waters of the United States" rule defines which small bodies of water are subject to U.S. authority. Opponents such as farmers, homebuilders and golf course owners say it goes too far.
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  8. Hear The Opera Version of Stephen King's 'The Shining'

    Stream and follow along with the hair-raising music from the recent production.
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  9. Why Rachel Dolezal Can Never Be Black

    "Like diamonds, blackness is created under extreme pressure and high temperature, deep down in the recesses of one's core."
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  10. Scientists Closer To Creating A Fully Synthetic Yeast Genome

    An international consortium of researchers has synthesized about a third of the genetic code of baker's yeast. It's an important milestone in science's quest to create complex "synthetic life."
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