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In A Florida County, Overdose Epidemic Is 'More Like A War'
Manatee County, on Florida's west coast, has seen a huge jump in heroin overdoses this year. NPR's Melissa Block talks to Michael Dunn, a fireman in Bradenton who responds to overdose calls daily.
In A Try For Transparency, Mormon Church Releases Historical Documents
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released documents Tuesday that give more information on the origins of the founding of the religion by Joseph Smith in the 19th century.
At Some Stores, Readers Can Go Get A Refund For 'Watchman'
Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman has sold millions of copies, but some feel it has not lived up to the hype. A bookstore owner in Traverse City, Mich., is giving readers a refund — and an apology.
Grandparents Step In When Parents Get Hooked On Opiates
Thousands of grandparents in Massachusetts are having to raise their grandchildren, in many cases because the parents are addicted to opiates. The process is fraught with tension.
When Relying On The Sun, Energy Storage Remains Out Of Reach
The ability to store energy could revolutionize the way electricity is made and used. But for many utility companies and regular folks, energy storage is still too costly and difficult.
In LA, Vets Become Homeless Faster Than The VA Can House Them
The Veterans Administration pledged to end homelessness among veterans by this year. Some cities will meet the goal, but LA is way behind, with the country's highest number of vets on the street
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