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Woman In Upstate New York Violates Honor System
She was caught taking cheesecakes and leaving no money in the cash box. The cheesecakes are sold by an order of nuns, who are famous for their desserts.
Source : | 07-Nov-2017 13:10

Trump: Curbs On Gun Sales Would Make 'No Difference' In Texas Shooting
Despite reports that the suspect's criminal record should have stopped him from legally buying firearms, the president said tougher vetting wouldn't have prevented the church attack.
Source : | 07-Nov-2017 13:01

Alan Bennett's Inimitable Voice Just Keeps 'Keeping On'
His new 700-page omnibus of collected bits and pieces shouldn't be read all at once — but taken in careful sips, it's a cheeky, crotchety, sometimes serious, sometimes satirical delight.
Source : | 07-Nov-2017 13:00

James Comey Officially Joins Twitter. His Handle Is @Comey
Former FBI Director James Comey previously was active under a pseudonym — Reinhold Niebuhr — the theologian, about whom Comey wrote his undergrad thesis back at the College of William & Mary.
Source : | 07-Nov-2017 11:51

Maine Voters Will Decide If They Want More Access To Medicaid
The state of Maine has wrestled for years over whether expanding its low-income health insurance program would help more people or be a budget buster. Now they're going to take it to a vote.
Source : | 07-Nov-2017 11:05

A Year After Russia Meddling, Off-Year Elections Are Monitored
Voter confidence was shaken by revelations that Russia targeted election systems in at least 21 states last year. A year later, efforts to tighten voting cybersecurity is making some progress.
Source : | 07-Nov-2017 11:05

Ronan Farrow On 'Harvey Weinstein's Army Of Spies'
Mary Louise Kelly talks to Ronan Farrow, whose article in The New Yorker says that Harvey Weinstein hired people to track actresses and journalists to prevent abuse allegations from surfacing.
Source : | 07-Nov-2017 11:02

Voters Confused By Ohio's Ballot Question On Drug Prices
Ohio voters are being asked by a ballot initiative to consider making a law that would require the state to pay no more for prescription drugs than the federal Department of Veterans Affairs does.
Source : | 07-Nov-2017 11:02

Journalists Invited To Tour One Of Yemen's Safest Cities
The Arab country of Yemen has been devastated by a civil war and famine. The governor of the safest province in Yemen invited journalists to see his boomtown.
Source : | 07-Nov-2017 11:02

North Korea Tops Trump's Agenda In South Korea And In China
Steve Inskeep talks to NPR's Rob Schmitz about how China is enforcing U.N. sanctions against North Korea. He also talks to analyst Tong Zhao about whether China is doing enough to contain North Korea.
Source : | 07-Nov-2017 11:02

Authorities Are Still On The Scene Of Sunday's Mass Shooting In Texas
New details are coming to light about the church shooting that killed 26 people in Sutherland Springs, Texas. Investigators are learning how the suspect prepared for the massacre and how he died.
Source : | 07-Nov-2017 11:02

United Says Goodbye To Its Last Boeing 747 With A Final Flight
The Boeing jumbo jet, once known as the "Queen of the sky" made its debut in 1970 and ushered in the glory days of wide-body air travel.
Source : | 07-Nov-2017 11:02

Trump Visits South Korea, Meets Its President
President Trump visits American troops in South Korea. He holds bilateral meetings with South Korea's president. North Korea is at the top of the agenda.
Source : | 07-Nov-2017 11:02

Did Sean Combs Change Is Name Again?
The artist formerly known as Puff Daddy, Puffy, P. Diddy and Diddy announced over the weekend that he now wants to go by "Brother Love." On Monday, he said he was only joking.
Source : | 07-Nov-2017 11:02

Harassment Scandal Unfolds In Kentucky's State Legislature
The speaker of Kentucky's House of Representatives has stepped down amid a sexual harassment scandal unfolding in the state legislature. Three other Republican lawmakers have also been implicated.
Source : | 07-Nov-2017 11:02

Italy Probes Deaths Of 26 Nigerian Women At Sea
Police say the women may have been thrown off a rubber dinghy into the sea. Authorities are trying to determine whether their deaths are linked to sex trafficking.
Source : | 07-Nov-2017 00:33

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