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NPR Topics: U.S.
Wildlife Activists Try To Save Staten Island's Wild Turkeys

New York City doesn't sound like the ideal habitat for wild turkeys, yet dozens of them call Staten Island home. Officials want to relocate them, but their plan has had trouble getting off the ground.

Wacky Wrestlers Of Yesteryear
A Nationwide Outpouring Of Support For Tiny Ferguson Library
NPR Topics: World
Thailand Blocks Access To Damaging Human Rights Report

U.S.-based Human Rights Watch said this week that six months after a coup toppled the country's elected government, the regime arrests its opponents and censors the media.

Israel Is A Homeland For Jewish People — But Is It A Jewish State?
Foreigners Targeted In Multiple Kabul Attacks
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The Holiday Films Are Coming, From 'Moses' To 'Annie'

Bob Mondello offers a selective preview of what Hollywood has in store for the holidays. There are musicals, there are biopics, and the seas literally will part.

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Foreigners Targeted In Multiple Kabul Attacks

There were multiple attacks targeting Westerners in Afghanistan's capital on Thursday, on the same day the Afghan parliament approved an agreement to allow some U.S. troops to remain the country.

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'Queen Of Crime' PD James Was A Master Of Her Craft

A remembrance of murder mystery writer PD James, who died Thursday at her home in Oxford, England.

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Situation In Ferguson, Mo., Resonates Around The World

Ari Shapiro speaks with editors from news outlets in Germany, Russia and Kenya about how the events in Ferguson are being covered and perceived abroad.

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NPR Topics: Politics
EPA's Proposed Rules Add To Obama's Collision Course With GOP

The Environmental Protect Agency has drafted regulations on Ozone pollution. The latest move exposes divisions between the Obama administration and leading Republican lawmakers over the environment.

Search For Political Common Ground Is Difficult, Research Shows
Judge Rules Fewer Political Groups Can Keep Their Donors Secret
NPR Topics: Economy
WTO Members Approve Historic Trade Deal

The World Trade Organization's 160 members unanimously approved a first-ever multilateral trade deal which the group believes will boost global commerce by $1 trillion annually.

Oil Prices Tumble After OPEC Holds Firm On Output
Energy Boom Helps Texas Commuter School Launch Football Program
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