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Roman Catholics And Evangelicals Move Apart In Their Political Priorities

May 25
Tom Gjelten / NPR

Having been adversaries and then allies, Catholics and evangelicals once again have differing political agendas.

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Nebraska Police Seize Record Amount Of Fentanyl

May 25
James Doubek / NPR

Nebraska law enforcement recently seized 118 pounds of drugs, which they now say was entirely fentanyl. It's one of the biggest fentanyl seizures in the U.S. and enough to kill millions of people.

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Federal Election Commission Can't Decide If Russian Interference Violated Law

May 25
Peter Overby / NPR

The FEC has been wrestling with questions about foreign donors and possible election interference since 2011. It's not making any progress.

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Why Your Health Insurer Doesn't Care About Your Big Bills

May 25
Marshall Allen / NPR

Patients may think their insurers are fighting on their behalf for the best prices. But saving patients money is often not their top priority. Just ask Michael Frank about his hip surgery.

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15 Injured, Some Critically, After 2 Men Set Off Bomb At Ontario Restaurant

May 25
James Doubek / NPR

Police in Ontario say two men walked into an Indian restaurant near Toronto Thursday night and set off an improvised explosive device, then fled. Three people had "critical blast injuries."

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Border Patrol Shooting Death Of Immigrant Woman Raises Tensions In South Texas

May 24
John Burnett / NPR

Federal and state authorities are investigating the shooting death of a young immigrant along the U.S.-Mexico border. Few details about the incident have been released.

Harvey Weinstein Will Turn Himself In To Police On Criminal Charges

May 24
Audie Cornish / NPR

The Hollywood mogul is expected to hand himself over to police at 8 a.m. Friday in Manhattan, a source tells NPR. He's expected pay a million-dollar bail and surrender his passport.

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NTSB: Uber Self-Driving Car Had Disabled Emergency Brake System Before Fatal Crash

May 24
Colin Dwyer / NPR

The National Transportation Safety Board's preliminary report said that sensors saw the victim. But Uber says it's the driver, not its system, that was supposed to intervene to avoid the collision.

'That's A Cat!' Video Star Has Been Identified And Is Doing Fine

May 24
Vanessa Romo / NPR

The cat caught clinging to the roof of a minivan barreling down an Omaha, Neb., highway is aptly named Rebel and sustained no injuries as a result of the harrowing ride.

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Mitch McConnell On Filling The Federal Bench: 'This Is My Top Priority'

May 24
Susan Davis / NPR

The Senate majority leader says he is focusing the chamber's agenda for the rest of 2018 on confirming conservatives to lifetime judicial appointments.