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How Big Egg Tried To Bring Down Little 'Mayo' (And Failed)

Newly released emails from the American Egg Board reveal embarrassing details about its fight against the vegan product Just Mayo. Industry critics say the board's antics may have broken the law.

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How Photos Of Crisis Can Shape The Events They Represent

NPR's Rachel Martin talks with Kira Pollack, director of photography and visual enterprise at Time, about how iconic photos might affect the conversation about the events they have come to represent.

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How The Architect Of Netflix's Innovative Culture Lost Her Job To The System

Netflix is famous for pioneering a company culture that demands standout results from every employee. One of the architects of this philosophy ended up losing her job to the system she created.

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Donald Trump Signs Loyalty Pledge Ruling Out 3rd Party Run

Donald Trump signed a loyalty pledge Thursday saying he would not run on a third party ticket if he does not win the Republican domination. And Jeb Bush attacked Trump at an event in New Hampshire.

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Ben Carson, The Other Republican Outsider On The Rise

The retired neurosurgeon is rising in Iowa. He's drawn big crowds in the state and he's catching up with Donald Trump in the polls there. Like Trump, he has no background in elected office.

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Colorado's Long-Lasting Birth Control Program For Teens May Not Last Long

Focusing on long-acting contraception, such as IUDs and hormonal implants, proved to be a big success in reducing unplanned pregnancies and abortions. But political backing has been hard to come by.

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Scientists Find Fern Whose Parents Are Separated By 60 Million Years Of Evolution

Scientists have found a fern whose parents are separated by some 60 million years of evolution. This story originally aired on February 24, 2015 on Morning Edition.

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Leon Gorman, Longtime CEO Of Outdoor Outfitter L.L. Bean, Dies

The longtime head of outdoor outfitter L.L. Bean has died. Leon Gorman was president of the company for 34 years. The grandson of L.L. Bean himself, Gorman grew the company from a struggling mail order outfit that catered to sportsmen to a $1.6 billion business.

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Religion Takes Spotlight In Final Days Of Nashville Mayoral Race

Mayoral races often focus on issues such as traffic and development. And Nashville's current contest has camped out on those themes. But in the final days before voting concludes, one candidate is trying to turn attention to the religion of his opponent, characterizing her as "anti-Christian" in an effort to win over African-American voters.

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Bat Dog For Greensboro, N.C., Minor League Baseball Team Plays Last Game

Her name is Miss Babe Ruth and last night in North Carolina, she took to the field for the final time for the Greensboro Grasshoppers. The dog has been a fan favorite for years retrieving bats and taking balls to umpires at the minor league ballpark.

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Judge Rules NFL Was 'Fundamentally Unfair' To Tom Brady

NPR's Robert Siegel talks to lawyer Alan Milstein about deflategate. A federal judge threw out Tom Brady's four-game suspension over his role in the scandal Thursday.

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Hungarian Prime Minister Says Migrants Are Germany's Problem

At tense meetings in Brussels Thursday, the Hungarian prime minister said refugees threaten Europe's Christian identity. He also said the migrants should be Germany's responsibility because most of them want to travel there.

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Hungarian Police Attempt To Force Migrants Into Refugee Camp

Hungarian police attempted to force migrants into a refugee camp today when their train was stopped before it reached the Austrian border.

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DOJ: Ferguson, Mo., Police Mishandled Aftermath Of Michael Brown's Death

The Department of Justice says police overreacted after the shooting death of Michael Brown. Policymakers and activists are working to prevent something similar from occurring in the future.

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Native American Goes Back To His Roots To Solve Garbage Problem On Reservations

The Navajo and Hopi tribes produce about 300 million pounds of waste a year. And there are few places to dump it, let alone recycle. The tribes do not have landfills — only overflowing waste transfer stations — so there are hundreds of illegal dump sites. One Hopi man is trying to change that.

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Federal Judge Throws Out Tom Brady's Suspension Over Deflategate

A federal judge nullified the four-game suspension by the NFL against Brady Thursday for his connection to deflated footballs used during the conference championship game last season.

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