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Here & Now's Eric Westervelt talks with former Marine and author Phil Klay, who's written about America's seemingly open-ended military missions.
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Colorado Town Cracks Down On Long-Term Motel Stays Among Low-Income People
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How Dogs Are Changing Home Design
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Amazon Booms With 100 Million Prime Members
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In 1st NHL Season, Vegas Golden Knights Move Step Closer To Stanley Cup
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North Country Public Radio's Brian Mann is a die-hard skier, and sent an audio postcard from New York's Adirondack Mountains.
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