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Stories for December 29, 2013

'League of Their Own' Inspiration Didn't Mind A Dirty Skirt

Dec. 29
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Before turning the page on 2013, All Things Considered wanted to tell you stories you haven't heard -- unknown stories about people you've heard of, and unknown people who have affected your lives in ways you can't imagine.

Abortion Rights Groups Say It's Time To Stop Playing Defense

Dec. 29
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Abortion rights activists are working on a counterattack to the 200 bills that have passed in states across the U.S. since 2010.

Target's Word May Not Be Enough to Keep Your Stolen PINs Safe

Dec. 29
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The giant retailer Target continues to feel the fallout from a massive security breach at its stores. The latest revelation: Hackers who stole credit and debit card numbers this holiday season also collected encrypted personal identification numbers.

A Campus More Colorful Than Reality: Beware That College Brochure

Dec. 29
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Diallo Shabazz was a student at the University of Wisconsin in 2000 when he stopped by the admissions office.

To Save The Black Rhino, Hunting Club Bids On Killing One

Dec. 29
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Fewer than 5,000 black rhinos are thought to exist in the wild, and in an effort to preserve the species, the Dallas Safari Club is offering a chance to kill one.