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Peter Feaver comments: Obama considers widening strikes against Islamic State militants

NPR’s “All Things Considered”
August 27, 2014
Topics for this story: Global, Politics & Public Policy

Duke study: Deep brain stimulation safe for older Parkinson's patients

U.S. News & World Report, HealthDay News
August 27, 2014
Topics for this story: Health & Medicine, Research

Stephen Kelly: How a Colonial-era error put the Carolinas at odds

NPR’s “All Things Considered”
August 27, 2014

Teen's science project helps track a fungus deadly to AIDS patients

KPCC’s “Take Two”
August 27, 2014
Topics for this story: Health & Medicine, Research, Students

Man cleared of child sex abuse after 22 years in prison

Rocky Mount Telegram, AP
August 27, 2014
Topics for this story: Durham & the Region, Law, Students

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