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Boko Haram May Control Up To 20 Percent Of Nigeria
Audie Cornish speaks with Alexis Okeowo, New Yorker correspondent, for a check-in on Boko Haram and the territory they now control in Nigeria.
A Closer Look At Obama's Plan To Protect Consumer Data
This week, President Obama is talking about cybersecurity. One proposal sounds pretty straightforward: Alert users if their data has been hacked within 30 days. But critics say it misses the mark.
Winning The Truck Battle Isn't Just About Smack Talk. It's Everything
For Detroit automakers, there's likely no bigger prize than being the No. 1 truck. For the most part, the Detroit three — GM, Ford and Fiat Chrysler — are essentially truck companies that sell cars.
For Some Immigrants, Temporary Life In U.S. Can Mean A Long Stay
A little-known program allows some immigrants to stay in the U.S. when a disaster strikes their home country. Designed to be short-term, Temporary Protected Status can sometimes last for many years.
Kansas City Catholics Divided Over Vatican Investigation Of Bishop
Robert Finn, head of Kansas City's diocese, is the only U.S. bishop convicted of shielding a sexually abusive priest. Supporters say Finn received conflicting advice about how to handle the problem.
The Magic Of The 'Boyhood' Experiment: Time And Patience
If the story fell apart after 12 years of filming, it would have been a "real drag," says Patricia Arquette, and a "colossal waste of time," says Ethan Hawke. Instead, it won three Golden Globes.
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