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Around the Nation
7:11 am
Fri April 17, 2015

Minn. Town Outraged After Double Dots Over Its Letter 'O' Are Dropped

Originally published on Fri April 17, 2015 7:35 am

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Politics
7:11 am
Fri April 17, 2015

Senator's 'Let It Go' Ringtone Disrupts Committee Hearing

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5:03 am
Fri April 17, 2015

Awkward At Times But 'Child 44' Can Hold Audiences' Attention

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5:03 am
Fri April 17, 2015

Demand Increases For Vinyl Records

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I'm David Greene, wishing you a happy Record Store Day.

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BOB SEGER: (Singing) Just take those old records off the shelf.

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5:03 am
Fri April 17, 2015

Golden State's Stephen Curry Perfects 3-Pointers

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Around the Nation
7:47 am
Thu April 16, 2015

Company Offers $70,000 A Year Minimum Wage

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Europe
7:16 am
Thu April 16, 2015

Ex-ABBA Member Capitalizes On 'Mamma Mia!' Franchise

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5:06 am
Thu April 16, 2015

Desalination Plants: Drought Cure Or Growth Enabler?

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5:06 am
Thu April 16, 2015

Students' Work Ethic Affected By Peer Groups, Desire To Be Popular

Originally published on Fri April 17, 2015 12:54 am

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5:06 am
Thu April 16, 2015

Art From Japanese-American Internment Camps Saved From Auction Block

This watercolor scene at a mess hall in Wyoming's Heart Mountain internment camp was painted by Estelle Peck Ishigo, a white woman who voluntarily followed her Japanese-American husband into internment camps.
Courtesy of Rago Arts and Auction Center

Originally published on Sat April 18, 2015 12:23 pm

A collection of art and others artifacts related to the Japanese-American internment camps of World War II will not be sold to the highest bidder.

A New Jersey auction house was set to sell more than 400 items on Friday. But Rago Arts and Auction Center decided to withdraw the items on Wednesday after protests from descendants of internees who were wrongfully imprisoned by the U.S. government during the war.

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