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California Cities Struggle To Enforce Mandatory Water Restrictions
Gov. Jerry Brown ordered the state to cut back its water use by 25 percent overall and mandated specific targets for each city.
Thousands Flee After Anti-Immigrant Violence Strikes South Africa
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with South African journalist S'thembile Cele about how violence against immigrants has flared in South Africa.
Congress Repeals Medicare 'Doc Fix' Law, Ending Annual Scramble
The "doc fix", which postpones cuts in Medicare payments to doctors, has been an annual ritual in Congress for years. Now a permanent repeal of the doc fix takes care of the problem for good.
Experts Divided Over Iran's Cyberactivity Since Start Of Nuclear Talks
The U.S. government and cybersecurity companies agree that Iran has greatly improved its cyberattack capability over the past two years.
Iraq's Leader Finds Friends In Washington, But Faces Battles At Home
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has a much better relationship with the U.S. than his predecessor. But he's still struggling to entrench his position in Iraq and defeat the Islamic State.
Family Of Unaccounted For USS Oklahoma Sailor Wouldn't 'Let Him Go'
Edward Hopkins was on the USS Oklahoma when it was attacked in Pearl Harbor, and was one of hundreds buried as an unknown. His family is grateful for the decision to try to ID some of the remains.
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