New Film Asks: Were Steve Jobs' Flaws Uploaded To His Machines?

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Alex Gibney's documentary joins a growing list of Steve Jobs biopics and biographies. The director's thesis seems to be that Jobs' flawed character was infused into the machines he made.

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Same-Sex Couples Issued Marriage Licenses In Rowan County, Ky.

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For the first time in months, marriage licenses were issued in Rowan County, Ky., Friday. A federal judge found the defiant county clerk in contempt and placed her in jail Thursday.

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HIAS President: U.S., Europe Treating Migrant Crisis Like 'Business As Usual'

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NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Mark Hetfield of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, a major refugee resettlement organization, who says many more refugees could be resettled if the U.S. accepted them.

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Texas Created Its Own Border Patrol Police, But Is It Necessary?

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Texas is the first state to create its own police force along the U.S.-Mexico border, even though the area is already patrolled by federal agencies. Some question whether state police is needed.

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Mixed Jobs Report Adds Uncertainty To Fed Interest Rate Debate

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Employers added 173,000 jobs in August, which was somewhat fewer than expected. But the unemployment rate fell to 5.1 percent. The mixed report doesn't answer the question so many are asking: Will the Federal Reserve finally raise interest rates in September?

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Obama Hosts Saudi King To Ease Concerns Over Iran Nuclear Deal

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President Obama hosts the Saudi king at the White House at a time when the Iran nuclear deal has strained Obama's relations with allies in the Middle East. The visit comes just before Congress begins debating the Iran deal.

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When Pets Do Pot: A High That's Not So Mighty

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The rise of legal marijuana seems to be fueling a spike in the number of pets that become unhappily high off of pilfered treats. The dose is rarely fatal, but it can be a buzzkill.

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An A-Ha Moment To Take Into Your Weekend

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The Norwegian synth-pop band a-ha releases a new album Friday, but its 1985 smash, "Take On Me," remains inescapable.

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#NPRreads: Senator In Prison, Pitchers Who Hit, Ice Cream, And Overwork

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This week's selection of what NPR correspondents, editors and producers are reading online includes a prison story and a baseball tale.

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Colorado's Long-Lasting Birth Control Program For Teens May Not Last Long

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Focusing on long-acting contraception, such as IUDs and hormonal implants, proved to be a big success in reducing unplanned pregnancies and abortions. But political backing has been hard to come by.

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Attorneys For Kim Davis: Marriage Licenses Issued Friday Are 'Void'

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After spending the night in jail, Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis tells her lawyers, "All is well," adding that she slept well. She also says she is prepared to stay in jail.

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What It's Like To Lead A Food Startup Under Fire By The FDA

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Hampton Creek CEO Josh Tetrick's signature product, Just Mayo, has put him at odds with the egg industry and FDA.

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Video Series Takes On Policing, Prison In America

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Hollywood producer and director Matthew Cooke has launched a weekly online video commentary called "Survivors Guide to Earth."

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Economy Adds 173,000 Jobs, Reaches 'Full Employment' In August

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The U.S. unemployment rate is down to its lowest level since 2008, but fewer jobs were added than economists expected.

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Remembering Emmett Till And America's 'Disappeared'

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Hundreds of black Americans were killed in racial violence from 1930 to 1960, including 14-year-old Emmett Till.

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