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He's Fixing A Hole
A cement truck tipped over in Brooklyn this week, sending cement flowing all over the street. One man took advantage of the situation, shoveling the spillage to fill an especially annoying pothole.
Ending The Over-Under Debate On Toilet Paper
Journalist Owen Williams thinks he's found the right way to hang toilet paper. He tweeted a picture of the first TP patent. The drawings, from 1891, show the paper clearly hanging over the roll.
Trade Policy Vote Could Affect Organized Labor's Role In 2016 Election
NPR's Don Gonyea interviews Steven Greenhouse, a former labor reporter for The New York Times, about the AFL-CIO's freeze on Democratic contributions in the lead-up to a key U.S. trade policy vote.
Space Sharing Businesses Save Money, Create Hassle For Customers
A growing number of small business owners are holding down costs by trying out a concept called "retail space sharing," where one retailer partners up with another to share space and customers.
Chicago Race Exposes Progressive, Wall Street Wings Of Democratic Party
The strength of Hillary Clinton's standing in the presidential contest is clouding a left-right divide within the national Democratic Party.
'To Pimp A Butterfly' Aspires To Be Music's Great American Novel
Kendrick Lamar's long-awaited new album dropped late Sunday night, nine days early. On it, the rapper wades into our current moment of peril around race, inequality and brutality.
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