Hillary Clinton delivers the keynote address at the 18th Annual David N. Dinkins Leadership and Public Policy Forum at Columbia University in New York on April 29. Trevor Collens/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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It's All Politics

Here's Where Hillary Clinton Gave Her Controversial Foundation Speeches

The speeches were largely at universities and on Wall Street, which has already made them sources of controversy for the 2016 presidential candidate.

People examine the debris following a suicide bomb attack Friday at the Imam Ali mosque in the eastern village of al-Qadeeh in Saudi Arabia's Gatif province. A branch of the self-declared Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack. Reuters/Landov hide caption

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The Two-Way - News Blog

ISIS Affiliate Claims Responsibility For Suicide Attack In Saudi Arabia

The bombing of a Shiite mosque killed at least 19 people. The claim of responsibility is a first for the extremist group involving an attack inside the kingdom.

A biker leaves a biker bar in Murrells Inlet, S.C., in May 2012 after competing in a slow ride competition inside the bar. It was one of the events held during the annual Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Spring Rally in and around Myrtle Beach. Randall Hill/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Code Switch

Two Biker Rallies: One 'Badass,' The Other Just 'Bad'

A pair of motorcycle rallies in Myrtle Beach, S.C. — one black, one white — tell us a lot about who gets the benefit of the doubt when it comes to biker culture.

Josh Brones, president of the California Houndsmen for Conservation, walks his hunting dogs, Dollar, left, Sequoia, center and Tanner right, near his home in Wilton, Calif., in 2012. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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The Two-Way - News Blog

Who Let The Dogs In? We Did, About 30,000 Years Ago

A new study suggests that canis familiaris split from wolves much earlier than the 11,000 to 16,000 years ago that was long assumed.

Retired California school teacher Mikkel Lawrence sits with his cat, Max. Lawrence has hepatitis C and has struggled to afford the medicine he needs to treat it. April Dembosky/KQED hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Covered California Votes To Cap What Patients Pay For Pricey Drugs KQED

The agency that administers Obamacare in California moved to make expensive medicines more affordable in 2016. In most plans, patients will pay no more than $150 or $250 a month.

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Sabas Sanchez Jr. was better known among his neighbors in Madison Neb., as "Gordo" – Spanish for chubby. He also had an oversized personality. His father keeps this tattered photo in his wallet. Bobby Caina Calvan/Heartland Reporting Project hide caption

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Heroin In The Heartland

Heroin Crisis Is Hitting Too Close To Home In America's Heartland

Midwestern and Southwestern states struggle with an influx of heroin being sold for cheap by Mexican cartels. In one community, a spike in heroin-related deaths has everyone on high alert.

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Plankton collected in the Pacific Ocean. Seen here is a mix of multicellular organisms — small zooplanktonic animals, larvae and single protists — the nearly invisible universe at the bottom of the marine food chain. Christian Sardet/CNRS/Tara Expeditions hide caption

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The Salt

Census Reveals Universe Of Marine Microbes At Bottom Of The Food Chain

The ocean's tiniest inhabitants — including bacteria, plankton and krill — are food for most everything that swims or floats. Now, scientists have completed a count of this vast and diverse hidden world.

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StoryCorps

Two Strangers Come Together To Remember A Friend And Loved One

Sgt. 1st Class Carl Torello was killed in Vietnam when his daughter was just 5 years old. Nearly 50 years later, she got a chance to meet the one person who survived the attack that killed Torello.

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Tiny Desk

Jason Vieaux And Yolanda Kondonassis: Tiny Desk Concert

Watch two master musicians combine the sounds of harp and guitar into a singular, evocative instrument in music influenced by Africa and Asia.

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