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NPR News: Adult Siblings Can Make Our Lives Healthier And Happier

Adult Siblings Can Make Our Lives Healthier And Happier
Our sibling relationships are the longest-lasting family ties we have, and can help us weather the pains and challenges of adulthood, including illness and the death of parents.

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NPR News: This Thanksgiving A Majority Would Prefer To Hold The Side Of Political Talk

This Thanksgiving A Majority Would Prefer To Hold The Side Of Political Talk
In the latest NPR Politics Podcast, we explain why Democrats and Republicans are feeling so differently about the inevitable talk of politics during the Thanksgiving holiday.

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NPR News: 'Just Time Together': For Some Workers, A Thanksgiving Off Is A Rare Treat

‘Just Time Together’: For Some Workers, A Thanksgiving Off Is A Rare Treat
For millions of Americans working in retail, Thanksgiving is the start to the most intense stretch of the year. 19 more words

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NPR News: Search Continues For Missing Sailors After Navy Plane Crash In Philippine Sea

Search Continues For Missing Sailors After Navy Plane Crash In Philippine Sea
Three sailors are still missing after the C-2A Greyhound transport plane went down on Tuesday. 9 more words

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NPR News: Federal Judge Blocks New Texas Anti-Abortion Law

Federal Judge Blocks New Texas Anti-Abortion Law
Texas sought to ban a common procedure for ending second-term pregnancies. Courts in four other states have blocked similar laws.

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NPR News: Retailers To Online Shoppers: Be Patient With Delivery, Get Perks

Retailers To Online Shoppers: Be Patient With Delivery, Get Perks
In reaction to a recent decision by UPS to add a peak holiday delivery surcharge, some retailers are adding rewards and discounts for customers who choose “no hurry” slower delivery options.

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NPR News: After Default, Venezuela's Fiscal Woes Spiral While Prosecutors Focus On Corruption

After Default, Venezuela’s Fiscal Woes Spiral While Prosecutors Focus On Corruption
After months of popular unrest, President Nicolas Maduro appears to have cemented his grip on power. 18 more words

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