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Politics

Trump, Supporters Go On Offense After Report Of Clinton Tie To Dossier

The president and his allies argue that since Hillary Clinton paid for the infamous dossier, that means it's a political hatchet job and so is the Russia imbroglio.

Baseball Theme Vince Guaraldi
Backyard Barbecue Blue Wednesday

Venice! Not pictured: the apparent skein of streets that led the guiding motorcycle astray in the city's marathon Sunday. Dimitris Kamaras/Flickr hide caption

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Italian Runner Wins Venice Marathon After All The Favorites Take A Wrong Turn

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Walking to New Orleans Fats Domino
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Lying in the Sun Lera Lynn

President Trump could ask Janet Yellen to stay on as the Federal Reserve chair, but other names are also circulating. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Next Fed Chair Will Help Determine Pace Of Interest Rate Hikes

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When the Sky Falls Black Milk

Researchers injected dye into this human neuron to reveal its shape. Allen Institute hide caption

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Scientists And Surgeons Team Up To Create Virtual Human Brain Cells

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Song My Friends Taught Me Laura Veirs
Patterns Ahmad Jamal

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Trump, Supporters Go On Offense After Report Of Clinton Tie To Dossier

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Settled in Clay
(All Along the) Watchtower Devlin & Ed Sheeran
Latenightwalking Melodiesinfonie
Head For Backstage Pass Jeff Beck

Kolbi Brown (left), a program manager at Harlem Hospital in New York, helps Karen Phillips sign up to receive more information about the All of Us medical research program, during a block party outside the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem. Elias Williams for NPR hide caption

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Troubling History In Medical Research Still Fresh For Black Americans

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Missing Plaid

U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl enters the Fort Bragg military courthouse for his sentencing hearing on Wednesday in Fort Bragg, N.C. Sara D. Davis/Getty Images hide caption

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At Bowe Bergdahl's Sentencing, Navy SEAL Describes Being Shot During Search

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You're a Wolf Sea Wolf
Metro Flofilz

Glenn Gould, with his gloves and wrist-warmers, in the Columbia Records studio where he recorded Bach's Goldberg Variations. Don Hunstein/Sony Classical hide caption

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The Gould That Didn't Glitter: New Box Set Of 'Goldberg Variations' Outtakes

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English Suite No. 5 in E Minor/I. Prelude Glenn Gould

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