Dr. Frank Bucci

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Advice on the importance of passion

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5 People Shot At Black Lives Matter Protest In Minneapolis

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Five people suffered non-life-threatening injuries when gunmen opened fire near the site of a Black Lives Matter protest in Minneapolis Monday night. Two suspects have been arrested. The protestors are upset over last week's fatal police shooting of Jamar Clark — amid rumors that he was handcuffed at the time, an assertion that the police union denies.

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Puzzling Ebola Death Shows How Little We Know About The Virus

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Researchers need to figure out how Ebola can — and can't — be spread by survivors. And health workers need to don protective equipment once again.

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Chicago Police Release Video Of Officer Shooting Teen

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Chicago police released dash-cam video of a white officer fatally shooting 17-year-old Laquan McDonald. The officer has been charged with first degree murder.

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Turkish Forces Shoot Down Russian Fighter Jet For Violating Its Airspace

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President Vladimir Putin has responded angrily to the downing of a Russian fighter jet near the Syrian-Turkish border Tuesday. Turkey said its aircraft shot down the Russian fighter after it violated Turkish airspace — a claim Moscow denies.

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Video Released Of Black Teen's Fatal Shooting By White Chicago Police Officer

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Laquan McDonald was shot 16 times in October 2014, after he refused to follow officers' instructions as he walked down a street with a knife. The officer who shot him has been charged with murder.

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3 People In Custody In Shooting Of 5 Black Lives Matter Protesters In Minneapolis

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Police made two arrests Tuesday afternoon. One man was later released. Two other men turned themselves over to police later in the day.

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'You Can't Prepare Yourself': A Conversation With Adele

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The singer's career has been a story in numbers, and not just the ones in her album titles. She discusses motherhood, stage fright, the Spice Girls and more in an extended chat with Ari Shapiro.

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Green Bean Casserole: The Thanksgiving Staple We Love — Or Loathe

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The classic Midwestern casserole, which turns 60 this year, has come to mean more than just a mashup of processed food. Even those who grew up with it but can't abide it admit: It tastes like home.

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Canada Releases Details Of Plan To Resettle 25,000 Syrian Refugees

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The Canadian government released details Tuesday of its ambitious plan to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees by the end of the year. The first refugees are to arrive next week.

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Turkey Claims It Shot Down A Russian Fighter Plane

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Turkey says it shot down a Russian fighter plane which had violated its airspace. Russia says one of its planes was shot down over Syria by groundfire, and that it did not violate Turkish airspace.

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When Her Neighbor Thought She Broke Into Her Home, 19 Cops Responded

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Fay Wells, an African-American woman who lives in California, wrote about her experience with police in the Washington Post. Her white neighbor called police when he thought she broke into her home.

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California Law Adds New Twist To Abortion, Religious Freedom Debate

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A California law will soon require pregnancy centers that oppose abortion to provide notice to their clients of the availability of abortion services in the state. Clinics are crying foul — and suing.

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Sanctuary, Not Just Shelter: A New Type Of Housing For The Homeless

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Combating homelessness isn't just about shelter. Lately, some affordable housing projects are getting decidedly upscale — to help residents heal, adjust and build bonds with their new neighbors.

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Top Silicon Valley High Schools Respond To Rising Suicide Rate

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At two top-tier high schools in Palo Alto, Calif., the suicide rate is four times higher than the national average over the last 10 years. NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Hanna Rosin, who's reported for The Atlantic, on what might be behind the trend and how the schools are responding.

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