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  1. After Nigeria's Election, A Call For Unity

    Following a bitterly contested election, outgoing President Goodluck Jonathan offered congratulations to his successor, Muhammadu Buhari, who said, "We must begin to heal the wounds and work towards a better future."
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  2. Democratic Candidates Stumble Over Black Lives Matter Movement

    "Nobody got the messaging right at the beginning," one activist said. "They should have known better." Three Democratic candidates are speaking to the National Urban League today.
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  3. Brace Yourself: The Presidential Election Is Going To Be All About Anger

    It's the (frustration about the) economy, stupid. Democrats and Republicans are trying to channel that, but offer very different solutions — so much so, it seems they live in two different realities.
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  4. Shootings In Chattanooga: What We Know About The Alleged Gunman

    Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez, whom authorities have signaled as the man who shot and killed four Marines, is described by friends as funny, charming and devout.
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  5. Winner Of French Scrabble Title Does Not Speak French

    It took about two months for Nigel Richards to memorize a French Scrabble dictionary. The New Zealand native has won many English-language Scrabble tournaments.
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  6. How A Beauty Queen With Diabetes Found Her 'Sugar Linings'

    She didn't know that sporting an insulin pump on her bikini at a beauty pageant would make her an Internet sensation. Sierra Sandison is trying to use that to help others with Type 1 diabetes.
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  7. #NPRReads: Considering The Language Of Wine And What's In A Toddler's Mouth

    Also, we explore a piece that argues that you should want robots to take your job. No. Seriously.
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  8. Half Of Texas Abortion Clinics Close After Restrictions Enacted

    Many clinics closed because of a new requirement that doctors at those clinics obtain admitting privileges at hospitals near the clinics. Many doctors couldn't comply.
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  9. Afghan Government Says Mullah Omar 'Died In April 2013'

    Reports of the death of the Taliban's spiritual leader have swirled in the past and have been unreliable. The Afghan government said according to "credible information," Omar died in Pakistan.
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  10. Meant To Keep Youths Out Of Detention, Probation Often Leads Them There

    Nationwide, juvenile incarceration has dropped by half since 1999 — but the probations that have replaced it hold teens to sometimes subjective standards and often include electronic monitoring.
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