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Hungary Closes Budapest Train Station To Migrants Traveling To Western Europe

Sept. 1
Eyder Peralta / NPR
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Authorities had been allowing migrants to travel without checking passports but on Tuesday, the station was closed and migrants began protesting.

5 Skills President Obama Will Need To Survive A Day With Bear Grylls

Sept. 1
Amita Kelly / NPR
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While in Alaska, President Obama will be a guest on a survival show that takes celebrities into the wilderness to eat mice, repel off cliffs and more.

Boosting Family Leave Is Often About Getting Workers To Stay

Sept. 1
Yuki Noguchi / NPR
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Nestle, Netflix and Microsoft are among several major employers that have announced big increases in family leave benefits this year. The moves are seen as essential as companies compete for talent.

Fight To Save The Sage Grouse Finds Friends In All Corners Of The West

Sept. 1
Nathan Rott / NPR
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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will decide whether to list the greater sage grouse as endangered. Many groups, including some oil and gas firms and a conservation group don't want that to happen.

After Government's Greenlight, Commercial Drones Set To Take Off

Sept. 1
Brian Naylor / NPR
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The FAA has granted 1,300 permits that allow commercial firms to operate drones for everything from selling real estate to inspecting utility lines. But there's concern over some recent close calls.

Back To School? Back To The Piggy Bank

Sept. 1
Claudio Sanchez / NPR

So your kid is off to college. You've spent months navigating the financial aid process and meticulously budgeted for all sorts of out-of-pocket expenses ... or so you thought.

Aim For At Least 7 Hours Of Sleep Nightly To Fend Off A Cold

Sept. 1
Allison Aubrey / NPR

Just a couple extra hours can make a real difference, a study shows. Adults who slept only five or six hours were four times more likely to get sick when exposed to a common cold virus.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg And Sandra Day O'Connor, 'Sisters In Law'

Sept. 1
Nina Totenberg / NPR
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A new book details that the women were not personal friends, but they were strong allies on the Supreme Court bench, especially in the legal fight for women's equality.

Fishing, Cooking And A Yup'ik Upbringing Made Alaska's Health Commissioner

Sept. 1
Annie Feidt / NPR
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Alaska's health commissioner spends her summers working on policy issues by day and fishing for salmon for the winter on nights and weekends with her family who belong to the Yup'ik people.

10 Highlights From The 7,000 Released Clinton Emails

Aug. 31
Amita Kelly / NPR
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The State Department released the latest — and largest — batch of Hillary Clinton's emails Monday from her time as secretary of state.

East County High Schoolers Spotlight Liquor Store Rule Violations

Aug. 31
By Matthew Bowler
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Possibly every liquor store within a mile and a half of Monte Vista High School is violating ABC rules, according to East County Youth Coalition.

Kentucky Clerk's Request For A Stay Is Denied By U.S. Supreme Court

Aug. 31
Bill Chappell / NPR
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Kim Davis, the Rowan County Clerk who has repeatedly refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, lost her bid for a stay, when the U.S. Supreme Court denied her application.

Man In 2014 Anti-Semitic Shooting Found Guilty Of Capital Murder

Aug. 31
Bill Chappell / NPR
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Frazier Glenn Cross Jr. was 73 years old when he opened fire on people in two locations near Kansas City, Mo., last spring.

Authorities ID Man Shot By Officer In Mission Valley

Aug. 31
By City News Service
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Robert Arthur Hober of San Diego died after he was shot by a 15-year veteran of the San Diego Police Department.

Cuyamaca College Names New President

Aug. 31
By City News Service
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Julianna Barnes, the current vice president of student services at San Diego Mesa College, was selected to lead Cuyamaca College.

Wichita Man Sentenced To 20 Years In Airport Bomb Plot

Aug. 31
Bill Chappell / NPR
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Terry Loewen, who pleaded guilty to attempting to drive an explosives-laden vehicle and detonate it at an airport in Wichita, Kan., has been sentenced to 20 years in federal prison.

Sweetwater Valley Little League Comes Home Tuesday

Aug. 31
By City News Service
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The youngsters claimed the West Region title in San Bernardino and put up a strong showing in the Little League World Series before falling in an elimination game last week.

150 Classified Messages In Latest Batch Of Clinton Emails

Aug. 31
Sarah McCammon / NPR
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Hillary Clinton has said she neither sent nor received emails marked classified on her personal server. But 150 of the emails to be released Monday night have now been labeled "confidential."

Encinitas Mayor Announces Run For Supervisor Dave Roberts' Seat

Aug. 31
By City News Service
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Encinitas Mayor Kristin Gaspar announced Monday that she will run for the San Diego County Board of Supervisors seat held by Dave Roberts.

5-Hour Line Turns Barbecue Pilgrims Into Cash Cow For Locals

Aug. 31
Veronica Zaragovia / NPR
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At Franklin Barbecue in Austin, Tex., people start lining up at 5 a.m. to get a taste of world-famous brisket. The line has become such a fixture that it's become a business opportunity for locals.

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