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  1. Multiple Shark Attacks On Carolina Beaches

    North Carolina has seen two attacks in as many days on the barrier islands just off its coast. In separate incidents last week, two people were attacked in South Carolina.
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  2. Would You Buy A Used Car From A Man Named Beer Horse?

    NPR's Frank Langfitt has been giving free taxi rides around Shanghai to learn about the lives of ordinary Chinese. He's decided to stop renting a car and buy one. That's when he met Beer Horse.
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  3. Dozens Dead In Indonesia Air Force Plane Crash

    Shortly after takeoff Tuesday, the C-130 Hercules transport plane crashed into a residential area in Medan, the country's third-largest city.
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  4. European Leaders Warn Greeks On 'No' Vote In Referendum

    They say a rejection of the terms of a bailout would mean leaving the eurozone. The Greek government has urged its citizens to vote "no." The country is one day away from defaulting on an IMF loan.
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  5. Apple Bets Big That You'll Start Paying To Stream Music

    Millions listen to services like Spotify and Pandora, but relatively few of them subscribe. Why should they when there are so many free options? The new Apple Music will be free for only 3 months.
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  6. Taiwan Water Park Fire Claims First Victim

    A woman who suffered burns to 90 percent of her body has died. Investigators are looking at what caused powder sprayed from the stage during a performance to catch fire. Nearly 500 people were burned.
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  7. Supreme Court Backs Arizona's Redistricting Commission Targeting Gridlock

    Arizona's Independent Redistricting Commission was formed 15 years ago, after voters took the power to redraw districts away from the state's Legislature.
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  8. Supreme Court Rules In Industry's Favor. What's EPA's Next Move?

    Monday's decision from the high court technically only applies to the Clean Air Act's standards on mercury emissions from power plants. But it could affect future EPA regulations, legal experts say.
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  9. Chris Christie Declares His Candidacy For President

    New Jersey's Republican governor says he is ready "to fight for the people of the United States of America."
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  10. Medical School Hopefuls Grapple With Overhauled Entrance Exam

    The results are coming in for the first medical school candidates who took a revamped exam that includes a wider range of subjects, including psychology and sociology.
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