Beach Slang at The First Unitarian Church. Greg Pallante/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Beach Slang On Here & Now
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Liz Treston received thousands of dollars from FEMA and the Small Business Administration after Superstorm Sandy destroyed her basement. Two years later, FEMA demanded more than $4,000 of that money back. Alex Welsh for NPR hide caption

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For Some Superstorm Sandy Victims, The Government Wants Its Money Back
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"I'm doing something. You know, people can complain about the government all they want, but you see very few people actually attempting to do anything," Ryan Shepard said of running for president. Sean McGinnis Scanlon/Courtesy of Shepard 2016 Campaign hide caption

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This Guy Is Running For President, And So Are More Than 200 Others
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