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  1. Denver Sculptor On His Role In Keeping Confederate Flag Flying in South Carolina

    As South Carolina begins debates on removing the controversial historic flag from state grounds, Ed Dwight, who is African American, looks at his role in a compromise that kept it flying.
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  2. Starbucks Raising Prices For Some Drinks By 5 To 20 Cents

    A small and large brewed coffee will each go up by 10 cents in most areas of the country, Starbucks says.
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  3. Tunisia Seeks Its Way On A Winding, Bumpy Path

    An attacker recently opened fire on Tunisian beach and killed 38 people. NPR's Alice Fordham, who went to cover the story, used to live in Tunisia. She reflects on how the country has changed.
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  4. Excellent: Harry Shearer To Return To 'The Simpsons' Cast

    The man who provides the voice of Mr. Burns and many other characters had threatened to leave the show, which is heading into its 27th season.
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  5. How One Israeli Educator Turned His School Around

    At this high school perched on a mountain in Israel, every single senior passed the exams that the principal calls "a ticket ... to better places." Fifteen years ago, only 12 percent passed.
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  6. Buy A Meth House Unawares And Pay The Health Consequences

    The residue from meth labs can cause health problems, but people aren't always told that the house they're buying is contaminated. An Indiana law requires disclosure but not mandatory testing.
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  7. The Cosby Revelation: How A Decade-Old Deposition Came To Light

    A federal judge unsealed the deposition saying that comedian Bill Cosby has become a "public moralist" and as such gave up his right to privacy in this matter.
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  8. Survey Forecasts A Banner Year For Atlantic Sea Scallops

    Federal fisheries researchers says their survey found about 10 billion scallops in waters off Delaware and southern New Jersey. They're predicting a boom for the nation's most valuable fishery.
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  9. After Waterway Closure, Minneapolis Sees An End To River Shipping

    For the first time ever, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has closed part of a navigable waterway to stem the migration of an invasive species.
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  10. Obama To Meet With Vietnam's Communist Party Chief Amid Concern Over China

    Hanoi and Washington hope to strengthen economic and defense ties, especially in the wake of Beijing's construction on a disputed reef in the South China Sea.
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