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When Nazis Took Manhattan
In 1939, an event at Madison Square Garden was billed as a "Pro America Rally." It was, in fact, a rally in support of Hitler and fascism.
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Chicago Police: Jussie Smollett Under Suspicion Of Filing False Police Report
The investigation into the alleged attack against actor Jussie Smollett has taken another turn. The Empire actor had said he was the victim of a racist and homophobic attack.
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A Thousand People In The Street: 'For What It's Worth' Captured Youth In Revolt
Though often associated with the Vietnam War, Buffalo Springfield's signature song was inspired by a confrontation back home, which erupted on a few famous blocks in Los Angeles.
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Southwest Grounds Planes, Blames Labor Dispute With The Union
The carrier says the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association "has a history of work disruptions." The union says the airline is "scapegoating" its technicians.
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'You Get Paid For Doing Therapy': Stand-Up Comedians On Anger
For centuries, people have turned to jesters for relief from the miseries of life. As it turns out, some stand-up performers turn pain and rage into their own coping and catharsis.
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Identidad 'Vieja' Y Nueva: Our Favorite Latin Songs This Week
On this week's Alt.Latino, expect a self-loving R&B track from Noa Sainz, Tomasa del Real's heart-wrenching reggaeton and an electro-trap tune by La Dame Blanche.
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The Pedrito Martinez Group: Tiny Desk Concert
Something happens when you get a chance to see Afro-Cuban percussionist Pedrito Martinez perform. First of all, his smile radiates. It's hard to imagine someone happier than he is to make music in front of people; and as we saw during his turn behind
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GOP Candidate's Son Warned About Potential Illegal Activity In Contested N.C. Race
The candidate, Mark Harris is expected to testify soon. The hearing into the disputed election has focused on whether Harris was aware of an illegal absentee ballot scheme working on his behalf.
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Scientists Release Controversial Genetically Modified Mosquitoes In High-Security Lab
The insects were created, using CRISPR, to carry a powerful "gene drive." The mosquitoes could provide a potent weapon against malaria, but they raise fears about unpredictable environmental effects.
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As HIV Spikes In Southeast, What We Need To Fight The Epidemic
Southern states now make up the majority of new HIV diagnoses. We look at the political and structural reasons behind the increase, and at solutions.
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British Woman Who Joined ISIS In Syria As Teen Is Stripped Of U.K. Citizenship
Shamima Begum, 19, left England in 2015. Now she is a married mother and living in a refugee camp. Begum says she wants to come home, but the U.K. government doesn't want her back.
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Russia Intelligence Seeks To Extend Detention Of Ex-U.S. Marine Accused Of Spying
Michigan resident Paul Whelan has been held in a Russian prison since he was arrested in December on suspicion of spying. His family says he was just attending a friend's wedding in Moscow.
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Covington Catholic Teen Nick Sandmann Sues 'Washington Post' For $250 Million
His family says the newspaper targeted the student and defamed him for political purposes after the release of a video that appeared to show a standoff between him and a Native American activist.
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In 'Nobody's Looking At You,' The Author Finds Herself Part Of The Story
The title essay reveals just how far New Yorker writer Janet Malcolm has evolved from the unassuming reporter who might once have reassured herself before an important interview.
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Supreme Court Limits Civil Asset Forfeiture, Rules Excessive Fines Apply To States
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote the opinion and announced it on just her second day back at court after surgery for lung cancer late last year.
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Stories Converge In A Flooded 'Bangkok'
Pitchaya Sudbanthad's novel follows a broad cast of characters who gradually come together in and around a condominium tower in Bangkok. It's a promising debut that expertly evokes a sense of place.
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Julián Castro On His 2020 Presidential Platform And Living The 'Immigrant American Dream'
Julián Castro, former HUD secretary under Obama, pledged to visit all 50 states during his campaign.
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As Pope Holds Sex Abuse Summit, U.S. Catholics Not Hopeful For 'Bold Moves'
American Catholics have become disappointed as Pope Francis described the meeting as featuring "prayer and discernment" — hardly an ambitious vision for what could have been a momentous event.
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ASMR: YouTube Craze Or Real Scientific Response? One Researcher Says Both
People who experience ASMR say certain sounds give them pleasurable brain shivers, and one scientist says her research is beginning to confirm that.
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Supreme Court Blocks Texas From Executing Mentally Disabled Man
Justices criticized a state appeals court for using outdated medical standards when it determined that a murderer wasn't intellectually disabled and could therefore be executed.
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Trade Talks With China Continue, As Trump Shies From A Hard Deadline For A Deal
March 1 "is not a magical date," President Trump said this week, about his self-imposed deadline when tariffs would spike. Whether a deal will resolve key structural issues isn't clear.
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In Garlic Capital, Tariffs And Immigration Crackdown Have Mixed Impacts
Gilroy, Calif., is known as the garlic capital of the world. Two Trump administration policies — one on trade, the other on immigration — are affecting the town in starkly different ways.
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3 Conservative Politicians Abandon Party For Britain's Fledgling 'Independent Group'
"The hard-line, the anti-EU awkward squad that have destroyed every leader for the last 40 years are now running the Conservative party from top to toe," lawmaker Anna Soubry said Wednesday.
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EXCLUSIVE: Aspen Words Literary Prize Unveils Its Finalists
Five books remain in the running: Tommy Orange's There There; Tayari Jones' An American Marriage; David Chariandy's Brother; Jennifer Clement's Gun Love; and Friday Black by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah.
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What To Expect From North Korea At The Next Trump-Kim Summit
Analysts weigh the possible offers North Korea's leader could make later this month in Vietnam.
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The Women Behind The Songs: Ester Dean
Fun, fearless and freethinking, Ester Dean's vivacious personality comes across in her work. The songwriter has written hits for Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and Katy Perry.
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Arrest Of Heavily Armed Former U.S. Military Members In Haiti Sparks Many Questions
"They said that they were here on a 'government mission,' " Miami Herald reporter Jacqueline Charles told NPR from Port-au-Prince on Wednesday.
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The Power Of Martin Luther King Jr.'s Anger
Martin Luther King Jr. dealt with anger in both his personal life and life's work. He often tried to turn his anger into constructive action, but he did occasionally struggle with that balance.
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