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Digging Deep Into Local News, A Small Newspaper In Rural Oregon Is Thriving

In far eastern Oregon, a small weekly newspaper is bucking an industry trend. The Malheur Enterprise was languishing, but it has recently won several national awards and circulation is surging.

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Four-year-old Violet (right) supervises as her mom Margaret Siebers pours a first-ever spoonful of honey for 1-year-old Frances to try. Siebers spent much of the end of her pregnancy with Frances confined to bed rest at her home in Milwaukee. Sara Stathas for NPR hide caption

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Rethinking Bed Rest For Pregnancy

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Contrails Glowworm
Whole Heart Gryffin, Bipolar Sunshine

Genetics researcher He Jiankui said his lab considered ethical issues before deciding to proceed with DNA editing of human embryos to create twin girls with a modification to reduce their risk of HIV infection. Critics say the experiment was premature. Mark Schiefelbein/AP hide caption

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Chinese Scientist Says He's First To Create Genetically Modified Babies Using CRISPR

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Professor Strangeweather Aaron Parks
Rising Mind Aaron Parks
Ghosts The American Dollar
Acrobats The American Dollar

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Digging Deep Into Local News, A Small Newspaper In Rural Oregon Is Thriving

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As Trial Begins In Charlottesville Protest Death, Community Reflects

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