http://ift.tt/2xU4Io2 News: Appeals Court Sets Terms For Abortion For Teen Immigrant

Appeals Court Sets Terms For Abortion For Teen Immigrant
A lower court had ordered the government to allow the minor who is in the U.S. without permission to seek an abortion “without delay.” The appeals judges say first she needs a sponsor.

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http://ift.tt/2yD4NhU News: Orionid Meteor Shower Will Peak Overnight, With Best Show Before Dawn

Orionid Meteor Shower Will Peak Overnight, With Best Show Before Dawn
Last year, the Orionids were hampered by a bright moon. But this year, there’s barely a sliver of moon in the sky, which should allow the remnants of Halley’s Comet to shine.

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http://ift.tt/2xUapCf News: Prisoners Face Uncertainty As Number Of Halfway Houses Are Cut

Prisoners Face Uncertainty As Number Of Halfway Houses Are Cut
The Justice Department has ended contracts with several halfway houses across the country. That change means inmates will likely stay in prison longer and have a tougher transition back to society.

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http://ift.tt/2gz5AvN News: Chef Jose Andres Has Served Nearly 1.5 Million Meals In Puerto Rico

Chef Jose Andres Has Served Nearly 1.5 Million Meals In Puerto Rico
In the capital, San Juan, the coliseum has become the center of a massive effort, led by D.C. restaurateur and celebrity chef Andres, to feed tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans after Hurricane Maria.

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http://ift.tt/2gz5AvN News: Chef Jose Andres Has Served Nearly 1.5 Million Meals In Puerto Rico

Chef Jose Andres Has Served Nearly 1.5 Million Meals In Puerto Rico
In the capital, San Juan, the coliseum has become the center of a massive effort, led by D.C. restaurateur and celebrity chef Andres, to feed tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans after Hurricane Maria.

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http://ift.tt/2yXcMcn News: Need Hurricane Aid? In One Texas City, If You Boycott Israel, You May Be Out Of Luck

Need Hurricane Aid? In One Texas City, If You Boycott Israel, You May Be Out Of Luck
A city official told NPR that Dickinson is simply following a recently passed state law: “The city has nothing to do with it.” But the representative who authored the law said it’s being misapplied.

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http://ift.tt/2gUCQKQ News: Reporter Pulls Blanket Off Cozy Ties Between Mattress Companies And Reviewers

Reporter Pulls Blanket Off Cozy Ties Between Mattress Companies And Reviewers
Shoppers go online for reviews of the products they want to buy — like mattresses. But one reporter found out that reviewers often have cozy business deals with the companies they’re reviewing.

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http://ift.tt/2gUau3h News: Legal Case Weighs Whether Mexican Girl In U.S. Illegally Should Have Access To Abortion

Legal Case Weighs Whether Mexican Girl In U.S. Illegally Should Have Access To Abortion
A federal appeals court in Washington, D.C., hears arguments on a case that pits a 17-year-old Mexican girl who is in the U.S. illegally and who wants an abortion against the Trump administration.

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http://ift.tt/2iocG6O News: Russian Magazine Says ‘Trolls’ Used Social Media To Disrupt U.S. Election

Russian Magazine Says ‘Trolls’ Used Social Media To Disrupt U.S. Election
A Russian business magazine says it has uncovered details of “trolls” based in St. Petersburg used social media to try to spread discontent and disinformation during the 2016 U.S. election.

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http://ift.tt/2zEbHU4 News: Investigations Continue Into U.S. Military Deaths In Niger

Investigations Continue Into U.S. Military Deaths In Niger
NPR’s Ari Shapiro talks with Sen. Jack Reed of Rhode Island, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Armed Services Committee, about what happened on the ground in Niger that left 4 U.S. soldiers dead.

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