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NASA's Orion Capsule Built To Take Humans Into Deep Space
This is the first time NASA will fly a spacecraft designed for humans since the space shuttle retired in 2011. The pod is similar to what the Apollo astronauts used in the 1960s and '70s.
Charities Help Ebola Orphans Start Over
Some 2,000 kids in Liberia have been orphaned by Ebola. We visit 18 kids who have spend 42 days being monitored for Ebola, and are being sent to their new home or are being reunited with family.
'Black Lives Matter' Slogan Becomes A Bigger Movement
When a grand jury in New York did not indict a police officer for the death of Eric Garner, protesters chanted a slogan. They chanted the same slogan after a killing in Ferguson, Missouri.
Iran Extends Detention Of 'Washington Post' Journalist
Jason Rezaian, The Post journalist who has been held without trial in Iran since July, will be held for at least another 2 months. Steve Inskeep talks to Ali Rezaian, the journalist's brother.
YouTube Retools To Accommodate 'Gangnam Style'
The song recently surpassed 2.1 billion views, and nearly broke YouTube in the process. The video streaming website had to upgrade its coding.
16 Things Michele Bachmann Will Miss About Congress
The Minnesota Republican is not running for a fifth House term. She wrote in BuzzFeed that she'll miss, among other things, smoke-filled rooms and Seersucker Thursdays.
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