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The state capitol building in Jefferson City, Missouri. Voters will vote on a ballot measure that would end the state's current practice of allowing unlimited campaign contributions and reimpose limits of $2,600 per candidate. Education Images/UIG via Getty Images hide caption

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Missouri Voters To Decide Whether To Rein In Unlimited Political Cash

At $50 million and counting, Missouri's gubernatorial election is the most expensive in the country. A ballot measure could reimpose contribution limits after getting rid of them in 2008.

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton arrive for the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo., on Oct. 9. A new report says brand loyalty among the two major presidential candidates is sorely lacking. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Unlike Your Favorite Cereal, Clinton And Trump Don't Inspire Brand Loyalty

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Fair Youth
Game over! Harris Cole
Turn Around Sola Rosa & Iva Lamkum
Iron [Mystery Jets Remix] Woodkid

The Danaher ELECTronic 1242 voting machine, on display in 2004 at the Franklin County Board of Elections office in Columbus, Ohio. The machines have been in use in the state since 1992. David S. Holloway/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Worries About Paperless Voting Loom Larger This Year

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Golden Hour (Instrumental) The Seventh

The state capitol building in Jefferson City, Missouri. Voters will vote on a ballot measure that would end the state's current practice of allowing unlimited campaign contributions and reimpose limits of $2,600 per candidate. Education Images/UIG via Getty Images hide caption

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Missouri Voters To Decide Whether To Rein In Unlimited Political Cash

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Knowledge Pigeondust
Number 9 Moon Hooch

Pesticides called "neonics" are popular among farmers, but also have been blamed for killing bees. In Canada, the province of Ontario is trying to crack down on neonics, with mixed results. James Capaldi/Flickr hide caption

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Cut Down On Bee-Killing Pesticides? Ontario Finds It's Easier Said Than Done

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Actor Bill Murray watches morning foursome matches at the 2016 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine National Golf Club on Oct. 1 in Chaska, Minn. Scott Halleran/AP hide caption

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In 'The Tao Of Bill Murray,' A Lesson On Joy And Spontaneity

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My Only Swerving El Ten Eleven
Show & Prove Brous One & Tha Connection

As the operation to retake Mosul continues, Iraqis fleeing ISIS-controlled areas of the city arrived Tuesday at the nearby town of al-Qayyarah, secured by the Iraqi army. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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After ISIS, People From Mosul Fear What May Come Next

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Stumble on Air Tristeza
Nine Billion Names... (to A. Clarke) Mooncake

Joel McKinney stands beside a hydroponic tower that is part of his farm outside the Five Loaves and Two Fishes Food Bank. Roxy Todd/West Virginia Public Broadcasting hide caption

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In Coal Country, Farmers Get Creative To Bridge The Fresh Produce Gap

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Kansas Farmer Mark Nelson says he's too busy with harvest to think much about abstracts, but he admits that the prospect of depending on fewer and fewer, larger and larger companies for his seed, fertilizer and chemicals is "a little nerve wracking." Frank Morris hide caption

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Frank Morris

Farmers, Antitrust Activists Are Worried That Big Ag Is Only Getting Bigger

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Catching Fireflies The Soul's Release
1 2 3 of Me Black Moth Super Rainbow

Rock 'n' roll legend Chuck Berry performs during a concert held in Santa Cruz de Tenerife in 2008. He turns 90 Tuesday. Desiree Martin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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On Chuck Berry's Birthday, A Crash Course In His Music

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Carol Chuck Berry
Milos Kungs
Young Hearts Of Summer Dorena

The Supreme Court in a Feb. 17, 2016 file photo. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Sen. McCain Says Republicans Will Block All Court Nominations If Clinton Wins

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R.S.B.D Takuya Kuroda
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