How Hillary Clinton Might Actually Win In N.H., Even Though She Lost Big

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Thanks to the way Democrats pick their nominees — and despite her whopping 20-plus-point loss to Bernie Sanders — Clinton looks like she could wind up with the most delegates out of New Hampshire.

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A New 'Cabin In The Sky' Offers Universal Stories — And A Problematic Past

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Best remembered as a 1943 film starring Ethel Waters, the musical is being resurrected as a concert series, which aims to both honor the story and reckon with its racist roots.

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New Hampshire Primary: 5 Things That Explain The Results

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Hillary Clinton's big problems: She's not winning women, and voters still don't trust her. Meanwhile, Donald Trump's support is broad and deep.

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After More Than 450 Years, Catholicism Returns To King Henry VIII's Palace

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Vespers were held in the royal chapel of Hampton Court Palace, one of Henry VIII's residences, on Tuesday. Henry, of course, famously broke with the Catholic Church in the 16th century.

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After Win In New Hampshire, Bernie Sanders Meets With Rev. Al Sharpton

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Fresh off his victory in the New Hampshire primary, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was in New York to visit with Rev. Al Sharpton. They met at Sylvia's, the Harlem soul food restaurant that's held a special place in African-American politics for decades.

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Bernie Sanders' Decisive Victory In New Hampshire Shakes Up Democratic Race

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NPR looks at the state of the Democratic presidential race after Bernie Sanders' decisive victory over Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire primary.

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Coal Country Reacts To Supreme Court Stay On Obama Clean Power Plan

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The U.S. Supreme Court has put a hold on the Obama administration's Clean Power Plan, which would significantly regulate coal, after 27 states sued over the proposal. Among them was Wyoming, which produces more coal than any other state. NPR reports on how the court's stay is being received in coal producing states.

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Defense Secretary Ash Carter Convenes Anti-ISIS Coalition Partners In Brussels

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Defense Secretary Ash Carter is convening his counterparts from more than two dozen anti-ISIS coalition partners in Brussels on Thursday. Carter aims to goad them into stepping up their contributions to the war on ISIS. But the meeting coincides with what Sunni Arab partners consider a far greater threat in Syria: a Russian-Iranian-Assad offensive on the verge of recapturing Aleppo from rebels.

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Fed Chair Janet Yellen Warns Of Growing Risks To U.S. Economy

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Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen made clear in congressional testimony Wednesday she sees an economy that faces increased risk. Her assessment was sufficiently downbeat to practically remove the possibility of another interest rate hike at the Fed's next monetary policy meeting in March.

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Ferguson's Proposed Changes To Federal Consent Decree Prompt Backlash

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The Ferguson City Council made a provocative decision Tuesday night to attached conditions on a consent decree with the federal government. The decree was aimed at moving the city forward after Michael Brown's shooting death, but city officials contended that the agreement could lead to financial ruin. Needless to say, the council's choice wasn't well received by the Department of Justice or resid

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GOP Candidates Head To South Carolina After Trump Victory In New Hampshire

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With the New Hampshire primary doing little to settle the GOP race, presidential candidates headed straight to South Carolina on Wednesday to start campaigning ahead of the state's primary in 10 days.

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In Hong Kong, A Tussle Over Academic Freedom

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Students at the University of Hong Kong protested last month, saying university governance is subject to political interference from Beijing.

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Obama Speaks To Lawmakers In Springfield, Ill., Where He Announced Candidacy

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President Obama returns to Springfield, Ill., on Wednesday where nine years ago he announced his candidacy for president.

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State GOP Chair: South Carolina Primary 'Feels Very Wide Open'

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Now, it's on to South Carolina. The state will hold its Republican primary a week from Saturday. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to state GOP chairman Matt Moore about how South Carolina could change the Republican presidential race.

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Why Is It So Hard To Test Whether Drivers Are Stoned?

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Blood alcohol levels match well with a person's impairment. But the THC in marijuana doesn't move around the body the same way, so blood tests can miss people who are stoned.

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In Hong Kong, A Tussle Over Academic Freedom

Students at the University of Hong Kong protested last month, saying university governance is subject to political interference from Beijing.

Chris Christie To Drop Out Of Republican Race For President

The New Jersey governor may simply have missed his window by declining to run in 2012. Christie threw everything at getting traction in Iowa and New Hampshire but...

How Hillary Clinton Might Actually Win In N.H., Even Though She Lost Big

Thanks to the way Democrats pick their nominees — and despite her whopping 20-plus-point loss to Bernie Sanders — Clinton looks like she might wind up with the most...

A Fix For Gender-Bias In Animal Research Could Help Humans

Women report more bad side effects from medicines than men do. Researchers say the discrepancy may stem in part from how biomedical research is conducted at its...

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