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Settling in for yet another storm? Here's your must-watch film tonight: n.pr/1BHhUvF pic.twitter.com/9Cq6Cir2hA
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Years after an accident, Dennis Whedbee is still fighting for the help he needs. n.pr/1wItYfI @ProPublica pic.twitter.com/Kp2VhEqRvr
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No suspense here, but the president is signing the Homeland Security funding bill this afternoon. pic.twitter.com/BmXt4JZCVt
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New #WorkersComp law took this injured worker's home health aide away. His life in photos: propub.ca/1FWzDhE pic.twitter.com/WYUHKVWfxX
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Powerful. This @NPR feature takes you inside a village trying to move on after Ebola: b-gat.es/1EHKw8K pic.twitter.com/idYsnDLfdW
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Enrollment at teacher training programs is down in many parts of the country, raising fears of a looming teacher shortage. The link to the full story is in our profile. (Credit: @thelajohnson/NPR) #education #teachers #npr #illustration
Water conservation took a dive in January ... and SoCal passed the Bay Area in use reduction: ww2.kqed.org/news/2015/03/0… pic.twitter.com/GxJoFHcnlV
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Not Clearing The Snow Off Your Car Before Driving Could Cost You. buff.ly/1vZHyL5 pic.twitter.com/X2b4lMm9JH
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The list of potential headaches for new teachers is long. @Ericnpr n.pr/1KfknTi pic.twitter.com/gBSENzAavZ
Nine months before Rosa Parks, Claudette Colvin refused to give up her seat. @NPRCodeSwitch n.pr/1EK0zD0 pic.twitter.com/XHxIHL1BQn
40 percent of lower-income Americans believe poor housing leads to poor health. @NPRHealth n.pr/1zEPmND pic.twitter.com/GzCkLgLrnC
There's a lot to celebrate in Liberia: The number of new Ebola cases have been declining, kids are going back to school and life is returning to some semblance of normalcy. But among the three hardest-hit countries in West Africa, Liberia has been the fastest at containing the outbreak. In an exclus
Taxidermist George Dante set out to preserve Lonesome George's personality. @cadamole @AMNH n.pr/1M2cBYO pic.twitter.com/KM6zK6BSv6
1/3 of respondents who are low income say lack of $$ has harmful effect on health. @NPRHealth n.pr/1wEHRvg pic.twitter.com/H8ElD5CpCV
It's like Internet dating: Italian Cheese Lovers Find Their Bovine Match Through "Adopt a Cow" n.pr/1vTu976 pic.twitter.com/XVHOowwC6f
Watch People Get Ready’s psychedelic group dance number for “Rainbow” @PplGtRdy n.pr/1GH8qAv pic.twitter.com/LfKqWkUmGM
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"Downton" wraps up another season of marriage and (sigh) muuuuuurder! @nprmonkeysee n.pr/1GHtmax pic.twitter.com/fG41WchCT4
Via @nprnews: Russians March In Memory Of Murdered Opposition Leader Nemtsov n.pr/1wIDM3y pic.twitter.com/wlCPOAbUDq
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Lincoln, Neb., is nearly recession-proof, and it's not resting on its achievements. n.pr/1zzgmhr pic.twitter.com/tVXHXREGTB
Liberia's president says Ebola re-energized her downtrodden country. @GoatsAndSoda n.pr/1M1uo27 pic.twitter.com/PdXOzEqrfC
Marching across a Selma bridge 50 years ago. Linda Lowry was only 14 on "Bloody Sunday." npr.org/2015/03/02/390… pic.twitter.com/Z7u2ECUwrn
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