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  1. Fact Checking The 2nd Clinton-Trump Debate

    Fact checks, analysis and context by NPR Politics Team from the town hall-style debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
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  2. JPMorgan Chase Paying $264 Million To Settle Allegations Of Nepotism In China

    U.S. officials say the bank had a program to hire the friends and relatives of Chinese government officials who could send business its way.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  3. The New Debate Over Bed Nets

    Do they still help prevent malaria? A five-year study offers cause for concern as well as good news.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  4. Stooges On Screen: Iggy Pop And Jim Jarmusch On The New Film 'Gimme Danger'

    The two men join NPR's Scott Simon to talk about Jarmusch's new documentary on the band — and why its pioneering work has staying power.
    CPR's OpenAir · NPR Story
  5. WATCH: Hillary Clinton Concedes Presidential Race To Donald Trump

    "This is not the outcome we wanted or worked so hard for. I'm sorry we didn't win this election for the values we share and the vision we hold for our country," the Democratic nominee told supporters.
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  6. Avalanche Coach Patrick Roy Abruptly Steps Down

    The announcement comes two months before the start of the NHL regular season.
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  7. Roommate Pleads Guilty In Rutgers Suicide Case

    Dharun Ravi accepted a plea deal after courts overturned his original conviction. Tyler Clementi killed himself after secret video taken by Ravi of Clementi kissing a man was shown to other students.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  8. Bronx Zoo Breaks World Record For Largest Display Of Origami Elephants

    A world-record stampede of origami elephants has arrived at the Bronx Zoo, as part of a campaign to raise awareness about poaching.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  9. CDC Issues Travel Warning After Explosion Of Dangerous Zika Virus

    U.S. health officials have warned pregnant women against traveling to Latin American and Caribbean countries with outbreaks of the tropical illness which may be causing microcephaly in newborns.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  10. Pope Francis Grants All Priests The Authority To Absolve Abortions

    The Vatican has long considered abortion such a grave sin that only bishops can grant absolution. The pope changed that temporarily in 2015; now he's extended the change indefinitely.
    CPR News · NPR Story