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After Nearly 2 Weeks and 2 Recounts, Florida Senate Race Ends
Nearly two weeks after Election Day, a statewide recount showed that Republican Gov. Rick Scott continued to hold the lead in the Senate race against incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson.
(Sun, 18 Nov 2018 11:24:34 -0500)

Hate Crimes Surged By 17 Percent Over The Last Year, Says FBI
We hear from two educators in Reading, Mass, where police have been investigating racist incidents across the town since May of last year, including racist graffiti scrawled on bathroom stalls.
(Sun, 18 Nov 2018 08:02:10 -0500)

Brown University Releases 'Cost Of War' Project
Last week the Cost of War Project at Brown University released its annual report. NPR's Lulu Garcia Navarro speaks with political scientist Neta Crawford about the report - and war's actual costs.
(Sun, 18 Nov 2018 08:02:10 -0500)

The Impact Of A New Acting Attorney General On The Russia Investigation
The appointment of a new acting U.S. Attorney General raises questions about the future of the Mueller probe.
(Sun, 18 Nov 2018 08:02:09 -0500)

Wildfires And Public Health Concerns
The smoke and ash from California's wildfires are making it difficult for some people to breathe. But there are other health risks, including burned up cars and lead paint from older burned homes.
(Sun, 18 Nov 2018 08:02:09 -0500)

A Student Set Out To Correct The National Park Service's Mistake, He Did
A good news story about one citizen's journey to set the record straight with the National Park Service, whose website contained an error.
(Sun, 18 Nov 2018 08:02:09 -0500)

Facebook Under Criticism For Failing To Crack Down On Russian Interference
Facebook leaders are under intense scrutiny for lax privacy protection, failing to counter disinformation campaigns and attacking their critics.
(Sun, 18 Nov 2018 08:02:09 -0500)

Death Toll Rises To 76 In California Wildfire
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Sean Abrams, a Butte County paramedic and resident, about his experience fighting the Camp Fire.
(Sun, 18 Nov 2018 08:02:09 -0500)

Supercomputers Assist Firefighters As Wildfires Spread In California
New technology builds on existing models and adds in the growing amount of real-time data available from NASA satellites, weather stations, field cameras and aerial reconnaissance flights.
(Sun, 18 Nov 2018 08:02:09 -0500)

Science, Technology, Math, Engineering And Now Congress
"Somebody with a technical background might think in a little bit different than the way, for instance, that a lawyer would think," says Chrissy Houlahan, a new lawmaker with a STEM background.
(Sun, 18 Nov 2018 07:00:51 -0500)

Inside The Business Of School Security To Stop Active Shooters
Schools in the U.S. have spent billions of dollars on systems to stop shooters. Washington Post reporter John Woodrow Cox says it's not clear how effective these measures can be.
(Sat, 17 Nov 2018 19:04:05 -0500)

Computer Glitch Leaves Thousands Of Veterans Waiting On Education, Housing Payments
A computer glitch at the Veterans Administration has caused delays in payments of education and housing benefits for thousands of veterans.
(Sat, 17 Nov 2018 18:26:01 -0500)

Picking Up The Pieces After A Wildfire: One Survivor's Advice
Helen Sedwick lost her home last year in the Nuns Fire in Northern California. She has advice for the record number of people who have lost theirs in this year's wildfires.
(Sat, 17 Nov 2018 18:26:01 -0500)

Number Of Missing Climbs In Deadly California Wildfire
While the number of fatalities in the state's deadliest wildfire in history creeps upward, the list of those unaccounted for is growing much higher. What's behind the rapid increase?
(Sat, 17 Nov 2018 18:26:01 -0500)

California Offers Safe Space For Firefighters To Work Through Stress And Trauma
Now that wildfires are a year-round problem in California, officials are adding emotional support to the services they provide to firefighters in the field.
(Sat, 17 Nov 2018 18:26:01 -0500)

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