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Why Do Cities Keep Trying For Olympics?

May 5, 2016 / Morning Edition

On Thursday, it’ll be three months ’til the Olympics begin. Usually, there’d be a panic now that construction was way behind schedule, but, incredibly, only a couple of major projects remain incomplete in Rio.

 
 

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High Water Levels Could Erode Lake Michigan

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May 26, 2016 / Nick Janzen

Water levels in Lake Michigan are at their highest point in the past 16 years and that could put Indiana’s shoreline at greater risk of erosion.

Commision Votes to Move Forward With Two Recounts

High Water Levels Could Erode Lake Michigan

IU School Of Medicine-NW Works With Healthcare Providers On Residency Program

 

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Hillary Clinton Supporters May Be Hiding In Plain View

May. 27, 2016

If you’ve been following the Democratic presidential contest, you might be wondering how it is possible that Bernie Sanders seems to have all the energy and enthusiasm and, yet,…

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Harvard Graduate Student's Speech Resonates With Educators

U.S. Intelligence Chief Warns Hackers May Be Spying On Presidential Candidates

What One District's Data Mining Did For Chronic Absence

 

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U.S. Intelligence Chief Warns Hackers May Be Spying On Presidential Candidates

Protests, Suspicion In Vietnam Over Government's Response To Fish Kill

Hidden Heart Disease Is The Top Health Threat For U.S. Women

 

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'Sweetbitter' Is A Savory Saga Of Restaurant Life And Love

May. 29, 2016

At the beginning of Stephanie Danler’s new Sweetbitter, there’s an image of a girl, Tess, driving over the George Washington Bridge. We don’t really know much about her. She’s…

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Retired Army Officer Remembers Co-Worker Who Was Killed In Afghanistan

Massachusetts Catholic Church Holds Last Service After Losing Legal Fight

Air Force Captain Remembers Classmate Who Died In Afghanistan

 

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Protests, Suspicion In Vietnam Over Government's Response To Fish Kill

Hidden, Abandoned, Dangerous: Old Gas And Oil Wells In Neighborhoods

Flying Home Today? Expect Short-Staffed TSA And Long Security Lines

 

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Turns Out You Do Need A Weatherman To Know Which Way The Wind Blew

May. 30, 2016

Will this summer be hotter than average?How much rain can we expect?A key step to answering questions about the weather is to consult the historic record. But what if…

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As The Global Rich Buy Up London Homes, Britons Ask If The Money Is Legit

Reports Of Brutal Rape In India, Brazil Ignite National Debate

Chad's Former President Convicted Of War Crimes In Senegal Trial

 

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Retired Army Officer Remembers Co-Worker Who Was Killed In Afghanistan

Massachusetts Catholic Church Holds Last Service After Losing Legal Fight

Air Force Captain Remembers Classmate Who Died In Afghanistan

 

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