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Military medics, medical corps and technicians from every branch of the military attend courses at the Medical Education and Training Campus in San Antonio. Wendy Rigby/Texas Public Radio hide caption

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Lessons From 2 War Zones Make A Difference In Medic Training

Nearly every medic in the U.S. military is now trained in San Antonio. Shaped by combat experience in Iraq and Afghanistan, that training has evolved to improve care and save more lives.

Michael Weinstein is president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation and a longtime maverick in gay activist circles. April Dembosky/KQED hide caption

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From Maverick AIDS Activist To Porn Cop: The Man Behind Proposition 60

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Stumble on Air Tristeza
Lullaby (feat. Soft Glas) Chargaux, Soft Glas
Illusion Aether
High Skalpel

Tamer Nafar (center), performs with the hip-hop group DAM. The members are all Arabs who are citizens of Israel, and some of their lyrics are harshly critical of the state. They see it as artistic freedom, while Israel's culture minister says such language could incite violence. Courtesy of Christopher Hazou hide caption

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Arab Rapper Tests The Limit Of Israel's Artistic Freedoms

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Bag of Bones Felix Laband
Merci Stromae
India BoomBox
Motorcycle Boy Mr. Flash
Redwood NYM
Attack the Doctor Blockhead

Iraqis living east of Mosul hold a white flag as they flee Wednesday during an Iraqi army's operation to retake the ISIS-held city. So far, the number of civilians fleeing the fighting has been relatively small. But aid groups warn the numbers could rise dramatically as the fighting moves into the city itself. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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As Iraqi Forces Push Into Mosul, Camps Brace For An Influx Of The Displaced

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Clapping Song Katalyst
Witness Dub Roots Manuva

A new ballot measure in Washington will determine if courts can take away guns from people deemed to be dangerous to themselves or others. The initiative is well-funded and comes two years after the state passed a different initiative for background checks on gun sales, including those that are private. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Gun Control Groups Aim Their Money At States — And The Ballot

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Echoes from the Surface TM Juke & The Jack Baker Trio

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Lessons From 2 War Zones Make A Difference In Medic Training

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Radio-Inactive Blueprint
Soul Power Kokolo

A South Korean protester carries a placard with images of South Korean President Park Geun-hye and Choi Soon-sil during a rally in downtown Seoul on Wednesday. The placard reads, "Park Geun-hye should step down." South Korean prosecutors requested an arrest warrant for Choi on Wednesday over allegations of influence-peddling and other activities. Ahn Young-joon/AP hide caption

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Her Job At Risk, S. Korea President Reshuffles Cabinet As Scandal Widens

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Chief Justice Lawton Nuss takes notes during arguments before the Kansas Supreme Court in Topeka, Kan., on Dec. 14, 2015. Nuss faces a retention election this year — and an unprecedented campaign to vote him out of office. Orlin Wagner/AP hide caption

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State Judicial Elections Become Political Battlegrounds

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