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21 May 19
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A Look At How To Ride Out Stock Market Storms Escalating trade wars and volatile markets cause some investors to make hasty decisions that can lead to financially damaging decisions. But there are ways to ride out stock market storms. Read more on NPR

21 May 19

Floods That Hit The Midwest In March Continue To Affect The Farm Economy https://n.pr/2EnIVee Midwest Farmers are still cleaning up from record floods in March. The work may delay or even prevent planting for some, which will have ripple effects throughout the U.S. agriculture sector. Superforest via Environment : NPR https://n.pr/2iBXQGl

21 May 19
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Shoe Retailers Warn Trump That Proposed Tariffs Would Have ‘Catastrophic’ Effect Nike, Adidas and other shoe brands told President Trump that proposed tariffs China imports would have a “catastrophic” effect on Americans. This is the latest in the escalating trade war with China. Read more on NPR

21 May 19
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With Workers Hard To Find, Immigration Crackdown Leaves Iowa Town In A Bind Business leaders worry that tough laws against undocumented workers will discourage legal immigrants from coming to the state to work. Iowa’s low jobless rate has left businesses struggling to hire. Read more on NPR

21 May 19
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New story on NPR: With Workers Hard To Find, Immigration Crackdown Leaves Iowa Town In A Bind https://n.pr/2HMCTVL

21 May 19
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Experts Say The Indian Ocean Region Could Be The Next Front For Global Jihad It’s not just Sri Lanka. ISIS has recruited local Muslims in South India too. Experts say the Indian Ocean region could be the next front for global jihad. Read more on NPR

21 May 19
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How A Leaked Video Sent Austria’s Government Into A State Of Chaos NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly speaks with the Financial Times reporter Valerie Hopkins about the political crisis in Austria and the fate of the far right there. Read more on NPR

21 May 19
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A Look At How To Ride Out Stock Market Storms Escalating trade wars and volatile markets cause some investors to make hasty decisions that can lead to financially damaging decisions. But there are ways to ride out stock market storms. Read more on NPR

21 May 19
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Shoe Retailers Warn Trump That Proposed Tariffs Would Have ‘Catastrophic’ Effect Nike, Adidas and other shoe brands told President Trump that proposed tariffs China imports would have a “catastrophic” effect on Americans. This is the latest in the escalating trade war with China. Read more on NPR

21 May 19
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Floods That Hit The Midwest In March Continue To Affect The Farm Economy Midwest Farmers are still cleaning up from record floods in March. The work may delay or even prevent planting for some, which will have ripple effects throughout the U.S. agriculture sector. Read more on NPR

21 May 19
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Experts Say The Indian Ocean Region Could Be The Next Front For Global Jihad It’s not just Sri Lanka. ISIS has recruited local Muslims in South India too. Experts say the Indian Ocean region could be the next front for global jihad. Read more on NPR

21 May 19
Citizen Shame

How A Leaked Video Sent Austria’s Government Into A State Of Chaos NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly speaks with the Financial Times reporter Valerie Hopkins about the political crisis in Austria and the fate of the far right there. Read more on NPR

21 May 19
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Can CBD Reduce Cravings And Stress In Opioid Users? Researchers wanted to know if CBD can help people who are former opioid users resist relapse. Their double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial suggests CBD can help reduce stress and cravings. Read more on NPR

21 May 19
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Protests Held Across The U.S. In Response To States Passing Restrictive Abortion Laws Coordinated protests in response to a raft of new state laws restricting abortion took place across the U.S. on Tuesday. Read more on NPR

21 May 19
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How The Government Is Responding To A 5th Migrant Child Death At The Southern Border Immigration officials have been under fire for months as five children have died after being apprehended crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. Officials say they need more resources to address the influx. Read more on NPR

21 May 19
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ACLU Reacts To The Latest Death Of A Migrant Child In U.S. Custody NPR’s Audie Cornish speaks with ACLU of Texas staff attorney Rochelle Garza about a complaint the organization filed regarding the treatment of migrants in border detention facilities. Read more on NPR