1st Supreme Court Gun-Rights Battle In 10 Years May Transform Legal Landscape

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With Justice Brett Kavanaugh replacing Anthony Kennedy, a clear conservative majority could make regulating guns very difficult.

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Mozilla's Latest 'Privacy Not Included' Buyer's Guide

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NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Ashley Boyd of the Mozilla Foundation about its third annual "Privacy Not Included" buyer's guide, which will help consumers shop for safe and secure connected products.

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What Happens After Quartz Countertops Leave The Factory

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Some workers are sick — some even died — after cutting stone countertops for kitchens and bathrooms. The material is cut to order in thousands of shops that may not understand the dangers.

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News Brief: Impeachment Probe, Climate Conference, London Terror Attack

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A new phase starts this week in the House impeachment inquiry against President Trump. The global climate conference begins in Madrid. And, the latest on Friday's terror attack in London.

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25th U.N. Climate Change Conference Begins In Spain

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The United Nations Climate Change conference begins Monday in Spain. Much of the conference will revolve around the framework of the Paris Agreement.

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His Company Makes Speakers. Now He's Speaking Out, Opposing Tariffs

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The trade war with China is weighing on America's manufacturers. "[The tariff burden] comes out of our bottom line," says Dan Digre, president of Misco, a speaker maker in Minnesota.

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Impeachment Looms Over Trump Trip Abroad, As It Did For Clinton In 1998

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President Trump leaves for a three-day trip to London on Monday. But as former President Clinton's 1998 impeachment drama showed, there's little refuge from the political storm — even overseas.

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NATO Summit Preview: London Hosts World Leaders

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NPR's David Greene talks to former U.S. Ambassador Douglas Lute, who served as the U.S. envoy to NATO from 2013 to 2017, on the challenges the 70-year-old military alliance faces.

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Not All Retailers Benefit From U.S. Consumers' Spending

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NPR's David Greene talks to David Wessel, director of the Hutchins Center at the Brookings Institution, about the status of brick-and-mortar retailers.

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Writer And Producer Damon Lindelof's Pick For Best Of The Decade

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As part of Morning Edition's Best of the Decade series — in which artists and writers talk about their favorite books, music and movies of the 2010's — we hear from Damon Lindelof.

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Researchers Find A Remarkable Ripple Effect When You Give Cash To Poor Families

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Research suggests the most effective way to help poor people can be to give them no-strings-attached cash. Now a new study finds even neighbors who don't get the aid benefit.

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Judiciary Takes Up Impeachment As House Intelligence Panel Prepares To Release Report

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House Intelligence Committee Chair Schiff, D-Calif., will reveal his findings in the impeachment probe and the House Judiciary plans a hearing with experts on Constitutional grounds for impeachment.

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Hundreds Of Flights Canceled, Thousands More Delayed As Winter Storm Moves East

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The post-Thanksgiving travel rush is due to get even more hectic, as heavy snow and ice accumulation is expected to continue battering regions across the United States on Sunday.

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UAW Reaches Tentative Labor Agreement With Fiat Chrysler

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The tentative agreement makes Fiat Chrysler the last of the big three Detroit automakers to arrive at a deal with the United Auto Workers this year.

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9 Idaho Family Members Killed In South Dakota Plane Crash

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The National Transportation Safety Board says two children and the pilot were among those killed after a plane crashed en route from Chamberlain to Idaho. Three others were injured.

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