Donald Trump has been attacking Hillary Clinton for scandals of the 1990s, including her husband's infidelities. Ron Frehm/AP hide caption

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Politics

Donald Trump Is Bringing Back The '90s To Attack Hillary Clinton. Will It Work?

The scandals of the 1990s are back as presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump dubs likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton an enabler of her husband's extramarital affairs.

Donald Trump Is Bringing Back The '90s To Attack Hillary Clinton. Will It Work?
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Scientists in California are turning to big data to help save the red-legged frog, which is listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act. Gary Kittleson hide caption

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All Tech Considered

Using Algorithms To Catch The Sounds Of Endangered Frogs

Scientists are turning to big data to try to save California's state amphibian. They're using software to comb through hours of recordings to find the red-legged frogs that remain.

Using Algorithms To Catch The Sounds Of Endangered Frogs
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Libertarian Party Set To Pick Its Presidential Candidate

The Libertarian presidential candidates held a debate Saturday night at their party convention in Orlando, Fla.

Libertarian Party Set To Pick Its Presidential Candidate
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Morning at the MSF hospital compound in Bentiu, South Sudan. The two doctors, Jiske Steemsna (left) and Navpreet Sahsi, sit in front of the tents that serve as living quarters for the international workers during their three-to-six-month stints. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Goats and Soda

Five Days And Five Nights With Doctors Without Borders

They're in a crowded refugee camp, running the only hospital in a war-torn corner of South Sudan.

Embedded Podcast: The 'High Highs' And 'Deep Lows' At A Doctors Without Borders Hospital
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Business Of Disaster: Insurance Firms Profited $400 Million After Sandy

More than three years after Superstorm Sandy, NPR and PBS's Frontline investigate the thousands still not home, the government agencies that failed to help and the companies that made millions.

Business Of Disaster: Insurance Firms Profited $400 Million After Sandy
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A chalkboard "bucket list" stirred imaginations and got people talking at an Indianapolis festival designed to help make conversations about death easier. Jake Harper/WFYI hide caption

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Death Talk Is Cool At This Festival

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How to make thinking about death less somber? Hold a festival! Indianapolis did. Through art, film and book talks, residents explored everything from bucket lists to advance directives and cremation.

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NPR Ed

How To Fix A Graduation Rate Of 1 In 10? Ask The Dropouts

Across the country, public universities are struggling with abysmal graduation rates. Here's one campus — San Jose State University — that's trying to do something about it.

How To Fix A Graduation Rate Of 1 In 10? Ask The Dropouts
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Brazilians protest in front of the Legislative Assembly of Rio de Janeiro on Friday against an alleged gang rape that police say they are investigating. Vanderlei Almeida/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Outcry Follows Gang Rape In Brazil, Raising Alarms About Sexual Violence

Police say they are investigating the possible rape of a 16-year-old girl by at least 30 men — and an online video. Activists are calling attention to violence against women in the country.

A man uses a vegetable container to carry currency notes in a market in Caracas on May 21. Amid a crushing economic crisis and triple-digit inflation, Venezuela's bolivar has lost so much value that the largest bill, the 100-bolivar note, is now worth less than a dime on the black market. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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In Venezuela, Devalued Money May Weigh More Than Whatever You Can Buy

Reporter John Otis reflects on the changes in Venezuela since he first arrived there 19 years ago. The country now confronts triple-digit inflation and its largest bank note is worth less than a dime.