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Politics

Trump Accuser Says She 'Jumped Out' Of Her Skin During Debate

Jessica Leeds, who alleges Donald Trump groped her on an airplane three decades ago, tells NPR why she was compelled to tell her story. Trump has denied every detail of the encounter.

"From the outside, this record might feel like a kind of ethnomusicology project or some kind of polemic or political record, but it's really just very, very personal," Riz says. Erez Avissar/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Heems And Riz MC On 'Rapping And Writing From A Very Personal Place'

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A 'Television First' Becomes A Compelling Character Study In 'Christine'

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Adam Miller, 28, and Robert Miller, 32, placed a 4-by-8 Trump campaign sign on their family's used car lot in Dillsburg, Pa. The two men say they feel disenfranchised in a country that is becoming more diverse. Both say they believe their lives will be better if Donald Trump is elected instead of Hillary Clinton. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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Some Business Owners Say This Election Makes Campaign Signs Worth The Risk

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Debbie Deagle holds a photo of her son Stephen and herself. Martha Bebinger/WBUR hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Organ Donations Spike In The Wake Of The Opioid Epidemic

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Organ Donations Spike In The Wake Of The Opioid Epidemic

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