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Clinton Gets Back In The Game After Blowout Loss To Sanders In N.H.

Feb. 12
Ron Elving / NPR
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Bernie Sanders had moments in Milwaukee guaranteed to make his core supporters ecstatic, but he did not dominate the evening as one might expect the 22-point winner of the first primary to do.

As The Water Crisis Continues, Flint's Superintendent Looks Forward

Feb. 12
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While the damage from lead in Flint's water is not yet known, even low levels can be harmful to children. The Michigan city's superintendent of schools says he's bracing for an uncertain future.

Medical Data Thievery Ensnares At Least 30,000 San Diegans

Feb. 12
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource, Megan Wood / inewsource
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Patient records are valuable to thieves who can use the information to create and use new credit cards, file false tax returns and even commit medical fraud.

4,500 Marines, Sailors Deploy With USS Boxer Group From San Diego

Feb. 12
By Susan Murphy
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The Marines and sailors will work together on various missions during the seven-month deployment to the Middle East and Asia Pacific region, including disaster relief and embassy and security evacuations.

As Questions Swirl, Italy Mourns Death Of Italian Student In Cairo

Feb. 12
Sylvia Poggioli / NPR
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A funeral is being held Friday in Italy for Giulio Regeni, a doctoral student allegedly tortured and killed in Egypt. Thousands have demanded an independent probe into Regeni's death.

In Iran, A Poet's 700-Year-Old Verses Still Set Hearts Aflame

Feb. 12
Steve Inskeep / NPR
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The 14th century Persian poet Hafez remains venerated in Iran, even though he wrote of wine, romance and other topics not necessarily welcome in today's Islamic Republic.

How Bernie Sanders' Wall Street Tax Would Work

Feb. 12
Jim Zarroli / NPR
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His proposed "speculation tax" — a small levy on every stock, bond or derivative sold in the U.S. — would fund higher education. Estimates of how much revenue it might raise vary greatly.

Will Cuba Meeting Of Pope And Patriarch Help Heal A 1,000-Year Rift?

Feb. 12
Tom Gjelten / NPR
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The split dates from when Christianity first spread through the Roman Empire. Friday's meeting between Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill is the culmination of longstanding efforts to promote dialogue.

Detainee Interrogation Chief: Waterboarding Doesn't Work

Feb. 12
Carrie Johnson / NPR
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The head of the High-Value Detainee Interrogation Group spoke as Donald Trump is calling for a return to simulated drowning and other interrogation techniques that critics have likened to torture.

UAE Names Minister Of Happiness

Feb. 12
Maquita Peters / NPR
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The country's prime minister intends to channel policies and plans to achieve a happier society.

5 Takeaways From The Democratic Debate

Feb. 12
Danielle Kurtzleben / NPR
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Tonight, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton square off in their first debate since his massive victory in the New Hampshire primary.

The 6th Democratic Presidential Debate In 100 Words (And 3 Videos)

Feb. 12
Eyder Peralta / NPR
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Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders sparred over Wall Street's influence on politics, which candidate is more loyal to President Obama and the record of Henry Kissinger as secretary of state.

Cliven Bundy's Arrest Caps Years Of Calls For Government To Take Action

Feb. 11
Kirk Siegler / NPR
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The Nevada rancher's arrest is a setback for his self-styled militia supporters and their anti-federal lands fight. The charges stem from a standoff with federal agents at his ranch in 2014.

Harney County Sheriff Calls For Dialogue Following Oregon Occupation's End

Feb. 11
Laura Wagner / NPR
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Sheriff Dave Ward urged residents in his community to "get off Facebook" and talk to each other about their differences of opinion following the divisive occupation.

At Many Workplaces, Training For A New Threat: Active Shooters

Feb. 11
Yuki Noguchi / NPR

More companies are offering employees training to deal with shooting threats at work. But it presents a dilemma: "How do you create awareness, without creating paranoia?" one expert says.

Science Seeks Clues To Human Health In Neanderthal DNA

Feb. 11
Christopher Joyce / NPR
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Some of the genetic variations in human DNA that have been linked to quick clotting or depression or diabetes lie within or near the genetic stretches we picked up from Neanderthals, a study finds.

W. Is Back: Bush Bros. To Campaign Together

Feb. 11
Asma Khalid / NPR
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George W. Bush heads to South Carolina to help his brother Jeb. It's the first time the former president is publicly hitting the campaign trail in years.

Progress In Munich Talks: What That Means For Syrian Peace Process

Feb. 11
Laura Wagner / NPR
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Crucial international talks are underway in an effort to rev up the stalled Syrian peace negotiations. Here's what you need to know.

Jihad Rehab Program To Get Second Participant

Feb. 11
Dina Temple-Raston / NPR

A young man from Minnesota, arrested for planning to help ISIS, is likely to be the second man in an emerging de-radicalization program. It could help him get his life back on track.

MTS Ad Campaign Touts New Website, Trolley Cars

Feb. 11
By Andrew Bowen
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San Diego's public transit agency is running an advertising campaign to highlight system upgrades. It comes at a time when cheap gas prices are pushing down public transit ridership across the country.