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Florida Election Is Latest Target Of White Supremacist Robocalls

The calls feature a narrator speaking in a minstrel voice, posing as Andrew Gillum, a black Democrat gubernatorial nominee in Florida. The calls are linked to a neo-Nazi, anti-Semitic podcast.

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Pa' Bailar Bajofondo & Ryota Komatsu
Ruins Portico Quartet
Salsa Caliente [Versión Aumentada] [Version] Meridian Brothers

Pittsburgh resident Ray Santori is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse by a priest. The economic consequences have been considerable. Sarah Boden/WESA hide caption

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Clergy Sex Abuse Survivors Face Lifelong Financial Burdens

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As Needed Beirut
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Florida Election Is Latest Target Of White Supremacist Robocalls

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Sueño en Paraguay Chancha Via Circuito
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Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat) Digable Planets
Ephemeral George Fields

A toxic algae bloom in Oregon's Detroit Lake caused havoc in May, when toxins made their way into the city of Salem's drinking water. Oregon has since enacted rules requiring water systems to test for algae toxins. Dirk VanderHart/Oregon Public Broadcasting hide caption

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As Climate Warms, Algae Blooms In Drinking Water Supplies

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Apertura Gustavo Santaolalla
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