The 'Indian Cowboys' Of Florida

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Though it may sound like an oxymoron, Native Americans have been riding horses and roping cattle for centuries in the Sunshine State.

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Former Clinton Aide Who Built Private Email Server Pleads The 5th

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The Select Committee on Benghazi had asked Bryan Pagliano, a former State Department employee, to field questions next week. His lawyer has declined.

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Thai Police Arrest Another Suspect In Bombing

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Thai police have arrested a second foreign suspect in the country's deadliest bombing. They don't know if he's the yellow-shirted man seen leaving a backpack at the scene on the day of the bombing.

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Iceland Considers Taking In More Syrian Refugees

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More than 10,0000 people from the small European country have offered to host Syrian refugees. Renee Montagne talks to Tryggvi Adalbjornsson, a reporter with Icelandic National Radio.

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Fake Cop Tries To Pull Over Real Police Officer

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A teenager was impersonating an officer, using blue lights. The off-duty police officer suspected the fake cop, so he didn't stop. He did, however, call real police officers.

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How The Iran Vote Is Engineered To Pass

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When Congress votes on the deal this month, it will be considered under rules that favor the president, even if his opponents gain a majority.

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How A Suit Against Uber Could Redefine The Sharing Economy

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A federal judge has allowed some drivers to proceed with a class-action suit against the ride-hailing service. The case could affect other companies in the sharing economy such as Airbnb and Lyft.

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Pew Poll: U.S. Catholics Accept Non-Traditional Families

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The poll by the Pew Research Center finds U.S. Catholics are surprisingly open-minded about certain social issues, with majorities often holding opinions contrary to church teaching.

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During Holy Year, Priests Permitted To Forgive Women Who Had Abortions

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Pope Francis announced that priests will be able to offer absolution to women who've had an abortion. The policy, in place for a year, is part of a Holy Year of Mercy that starts in December.

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Why Is There An Extra Point In Football, And Do We Need It?

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This year, the extra-point line of scrimmage has been moved back to the 15-yard line. Will that make any demonstrable difference in lowering the conversion rate?

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As More Adults Pedal, Their Biking Injuries And Deaths Spike, Too

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Hospital admissions caused by bike injuries have more than doubled in the past 15 years across the country. One doctor thinks the "Lance Armstrong effect" could be a reason for the jump.

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Prisons In California To Limit Number Of Inmates In Solitary Confinement

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Advocates are hailing the court settlement that they say could lead the way to ending widespread solitary confinement and other harsh treatment of prisoners in the state's corrections system.

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Fasting To The Death: Is It A Religious Rite Or Suicide?

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A member of the ancient religion of Jainism who is very sick or very old may opt to stop eating. But India's Supreme Court is weighing a ban on the practice because suicide is illegal by Indian law.

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Pack Your Imagination. We're Off To Herodium And A Clown Motel

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David Plotz of the travel website Atlas Obscura tells us about two more of his favorite unlikely parts of the world: Herodium in the Israeli-occupied West Bank and a clown-themed motel in Nevada.

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Denmark's First Astronaut Heads To International Space Station

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One of rookie Andreas Mogensen's jobs will be to test new equipment on Danish-made exercise bikes, the European Space Agency says.

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