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  1. President Obama Has A Question For His Successor

    The president has conducted a few interviews of his own recently, so NPR asked him: What does he want to ask the next president?
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  2. Pope Francis Asks Central American Governments To Help Cuban Migrants

    Thousands of Cubans have been stuck in Costa Rica as they attempt to make their way to the United States.
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  3. Denver Goes Bold For Performing Arts Complex Transformation

    The city will discuss redevelopment of the Denver Performing Arts Complex during its last public meeting on Thursday and present a vision to Mayor Michael Hancock in January.
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  4. Boston Marathon Surveillance Raises Privacy Concerns Long After Bombing

    Boston jurors in the marathon bombing trial watched a nine-minute video pieced together from different surveillance cameras — some with surprisingly high resolution.
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  5. Commercial Buildings More Often Than Not Have Terrorism Insurance

    The Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, where a terrorist couple killed 14 people, is covered by terrorism insurance. In fact, 6 in 10 major U.S. businesses are insured for terrorism damage.
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  6. Black-Footed Ferrets Get New Home At Rocky Mountain Arsenal

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service plans to turn 30 ferrets loose there Monday.
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  7. After Mass Shooting In Oregon, A Community Mourns

    NPR's Scott Simon talks with correspondent Tom Goldman about the latest on the mass shooting in Roseburg, Ore.
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  8. Cybersecurity Legislation Finds A Place In U.S. Budget Bill

    Congress has been trying to tackle cybersecurity for years. After several attempts to craft information-sharing legislation, the latest one has found its way into the must-pass federal spending bill.
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  9. Conductor Kurt Masur, Leader Of Orchestras In New York And Beyond, Has Died

    Kurt Masur, the German conductor whose career spanned from leading an orchestra in East Germany to more than a decade of reshaping the New York Philharmonic, has died at age 88.
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  10. Little Florida Bank Goes Where Behemoths Fear To Tread: Cuba

    Middlemen, messy currencies and questions galore allude to the price of banking in Cuba — but that's not stopping Stonegate, the first to offer customers a debit card they can use across the strait.
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