The Stream: Polls Start To Close, Long Lines For Trump

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Sanders tries to get out the millennial vote, while Trump says to head to the polls, "even if your wife leaves you." See more updates from NPR's political team on primary day in New Hampshire.

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Japan Is Selling Bonds Guaranteed To Lose You Money

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With the global economy in turmoil, interest rates on some government debt are falling below zero.

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Republicans Reject Obama's $4 Trillion Budget Proposal

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President Obama delivered the final budget of his presidency to Congress on Tuesday. Republicans in Congress have declined to consider the proposal and even listen to the president's budget chief talk to them about it.

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U.S. Churches Offer Safe Haven For A New Generation Of Immigrants

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A dozen congregations are harboring immigrants facing deportation. It echoes the sanctuary movement of the 1980s, when hundreds of churches sheltered Central Americans escaping war and violence.

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Virus Profilers Race To Figure Out What Makes Zika Tick

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Though Zika was discovered in 1947, few scientists since had studied the virus. Now, while some check its genes, others turn to placental cells for clues to any link between Zika and birth defects.

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New Hampshire Primary: The Polls Begin To Close

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Democratic and Republican results from the New Hampshire primary

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Intelligence Heads Provide Update On Threats Facing U.S.

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The heads of America's top intelligence agencies — including the CIA, FBI and NSA — gave their latest update on the nature of threats facing the U.S. on Tuesday, from ISIS to Russia to China and others. NPR has the latest on what America's spymasters call the biggest dangers of the moment.

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Power Struggle Over Future Of Public Schools Heats Up In Chicago

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The politics surrounding the future of Chicago's public school system are intensifying. Three different players are in a power struggle for control of the system, which is suffering financially.

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Testimony Begins In Historic Trial Of Spain's Princess Cristina

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Testimony began Tuesday in the historic trial of Spain's Princess Cristina. She's the first Spanish royal ever to sit in the defendant's dock and faces eight years in prison if convicted of tax fraud.

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Elections 2016

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When Caravaggio Plays Quevedo In Tennis, The Court Becomes A Sonnet

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"It's a little space, well-measured and precise, in which you have to keep the ball bouncing," says Álvaro Enrigue. His book, Sudden Death, pits the Italian painter against the Spanish poet.

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A College Campus Where Guns Are Welcome

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Students at Paul Smith's College are invited to bring their rifles, muzzle loaders and shotguns to school for the fall hunting season.

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Fallout From Grand Jury Decision Energizes Abortion Rights Opponents

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Abortion rights opponents want the district attorney in Houston to resign and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to appoint a special prosecutor to again investigate and indict Planned Parenthood in Houston.

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Syrians Fleeing Fighting In Aleppo Remain Stranded At Turkish Border

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Syrians are fleeing to Turkey to seek safety from increased airstrikes around the city of Aleppo. But Turkey — already hosting more than 2 million Syrians — says it can't let them in yet.

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GOP Presidential Candidates Bring Torture Back Into The Spotlight

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The GOP presidential hopefuls are trading attacks on the use of water boarding and other such harsh interrogation techniques. Donald Trump vows he would revive those techniques as president and has attacked Sen. Ted Cruz for opposing that idea. Many critics and studies, however, conclude that harsh techniques do not work.

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U.S. Churches Offer Safe Haven For A New Generation Of Immigrants

A dozen congregations are harboring immigrants facing deportation. It echoes the sanctuary movement of the 1980s, when hundreds of churches sheltered Central...

State Of Emergency On Hawaii's Big Island Over Dengue Fever Outbreak

Hawaii has nearly 250 confirmed cases of the mosquito-borne virus since September 2015. State health officials say dengue symptoms include fever, rash, severe...

Virus Profilers Race To Figure Out What Makes Zika Tick

Though Zika was discovered in 1947, few scientists since had studied the virus. Now, while some check its genes, others turn to placental cells for clues to any link...

Chinese Taste For Fish Bladder Threatens Tiny Porpoise In Mexico

The nets that ensnare the giant totoaba fish also trap and kill the world's smallest and rarest mammal: a porpoise called the vaquita.

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