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Doctor Outlines Plan To Battle Antibiotic Resistance In 'The Washington Post'

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Furloughed Polar workers picket outside Polar's Caracas brewery, which shut down in April. They are protesting against the government, which has impeded Polar's ability to import barley. John Otis for NPR hide caption

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Venezuela Is Running Out Of Beer Amid Severe Economic Crisis

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Students at Do Space learn to use a laser cutter during a crash course on how to design a key chain. Joy Carey/NET News hide caption

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In Omaha, A Library With No Books Brings Technology To All

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Low Prices, Foreign Oversupply Hurt U.S. Wheat Growers

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Protests, Suspicion In Vietnam Over Government's Response To Fish Kill

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Flying Home Today? Expect Short-Staffed TSA And Long Security Lines

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Meet The 86-Year-Old Ice Cream Man Who Says He's Sold A Million Cones

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A contractor prepares to cut off the top of a coal bed methane well near Gillette, Wyo., in 2015. It's one of thousands of abandoned, plugged wells sprinkled throughout Wyoming and Colorado. Stephanie Joyce/Wyoming Public Media hide caption

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Danger Below? New Properties Hide Abandoned Oil And Gas Wells

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Coca-Cola Halts Production In Venezuela Due To Nation's Sugar Shortage

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Millennials Are Moving Back With Mom And Dad

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Verizon And Strikers Reach Tentative Agreement

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Verizon, Labor Unions Conclude Strike With Tentative 4-Year Contract Deal

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At Century Mark, Indy 500 Sells Out For First Time In Decades

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Kent Family Growers is located on a small parcel outside a college town in upstate New York. Farmers from California to North Carolina have complained of delays in the H-2A visa program for temporary agricultural jobs. Lauren Rosenthal/NCPR hide caption

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Farmers Wait, And Wait, For Guest Workers Amid H-2A Visa Delays

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