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Puerto Rico Board, Governor Clash Over Finances

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$1 Billion Fine Levied Against Wells Fargo Over Loan Abuses

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How Social Media Companies Profit From Data Heightens Concerns

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Wells Fargo Fined $1 Billion Over Mortgage And Auto Loans

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Tim Ma prepares a duck confit salad at his restaurant, Kyirisan, in Washington, D.C. Ma says being mindful about reducing food waste is an integral part of his philosophy in the kitchen — not just for environmental reasons but also for profitability. Becky Harlan/NPR hide caption

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American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten speaks at a news conference on American labor on Capitol Hill in Washington in November. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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West Delta 105 E is an oil-producing platform located a dozen miles off the Louisiana coast in the Gulf of Mexico. A 2014 explosion on the lower deck killed Jerrel "Bubba" Hancock. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement hide caption

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8 Years After Deepwater Horizon Explosion, Is Another Disaster Waiting To Happen?

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A daily edition of The Columbian passes overhead at the paper's printing press in Vancouver, Wash. Natalie Behring/Getty Images hide caption

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Tariffs On Canadian Newsprint Choke Already Troubled American Papers

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Rashon Nelson (left) and Donte Robinson say they hope their arrest at a Philadelphia Starbucks one week ago helps elicit change and doesn't happen to anyone else. A video of their arrest, viewed 11 million times, has sparked outrage and protest. Jacqueline Larma/AP hide caption

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Cans are lined up at the Pacific Coast Producers plant in Oroville, Calif. The company, which cans fruits for sale in supermarkets, says new tariffs imposed by the Trump administration on steel imports will eat into its profits. Rick King Design hide caption

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For One California Company, Trump's Tariffs Have Unintended Consequences

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AT&T CEO Says Proposed Merger With Time Warner Would Benefit Everyone

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Vladimir Baranov is still hoping to find passengers for the Man Gyong Bong ferry between Vladivostok and the North Korean port of Rajin, including Russian and Chinese tourists. But he can soon forget about the region's North Korean migrant workers that Moscow says will have to leave. Yuri Smityuk/TASS via Getty Images hide caption

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Sanctions Targeting North Korea Ripple Into Russia

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After Alert On Russian Hacks, Bigger Push To Protect Power Grid

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What Happened On That Southwest Flight

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National Transportation Safety Board investigators examine damage to the engine of the Southwest Airlines plane that made an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport in Philadelphia on Tuesday. AP hide caption

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Katy Sexton was a regular at the Road to Redemption recovery support group meetings in Muncie, Ind. She died on Halloween 2017. Seth Herald for NPR hide caption

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Parents Lose Their Daughter And Their Life Savings To Opioids

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