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Clinton's Private Email Server Has Advantages, Vulnerabilities
While many of those messages are tucked away from the prying eyes of the public, it's not clear they are well-protected from hackers.
As Economy Improves, Wages Remain Stagnant
Monthly jobless data is released Friday. David Greene talks to David Wessel, director of the Hutchins Center at the Brookings Institution, and a contributing correspondent to The Wall Street Journal.
U.S. Government Teams Up With Private Sector To Stave Off Cocoa Crisis
Chocolate is increasingly popular and under assault from diseases that infect cocoa plants. Scientists are working to find varieties that will resist diseases and keep the world's sweet tooth happy.
Canadians Told To Stop Drawing Spock On $5
They've been sketching bold eyebrows and pointy ears on a former prime minister to honor the late actor Leonard Nimoy. The Bank Of Canada says it seems wrong to alter "a symbol of our country."
Ohio House Votes To Make 'Hang On Sloopy' State's Rock Song
The song has been a crowd favorite at Ohio State University games since the school's marching band first performed it in 1965. But hang on, the state Senate still has to pass the measure.
French Law 'Laicite' Restricts Muslim Religious Expression
NPR's Audie Cornish is in France, which has Europe's largest Muslim population. France is a secular country, and it has a law called "laicite," which maintains a strict separation of church and state.
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