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President Trump has endorsed Mitt Romney's campaign for U.S. Senate in Utah. It is surprising because of how they've spoken of each other in the past.

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MITT ROMNEY: Dishonesty is Donald Trump's hallmark.

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Like many students at Douglas High last week, 15-year-old Christine Yared heard a fire alarm and started outside.

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Let's turn now to our team in Pyeongchang, South Korea. They have been spending time with a couple Olympic medalists in speedskating, both long and short track. Both of these formats can be pretty thrilling and also agonizing, as NPR's Melissa Block reports.

Hidden Brain: A Study Of Airline Delays

Feb 20, 2018

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If you've taken a flight any time recently, you may have heard the pilot make one of those announcements - ladies and gentlemen, we're going to be arriving about 10 minutes early.

SHANKAR VEDANTAM, BYLINE: (Laughter).

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The Landmark Theatre in downtown Syracuse is celebrating its 90th anniversary. The theater has recovered from financial troubles it has had in previous years.

Landmark Executive Director Mike Intaglietta said 2017 was a breakout year for the theater with 145,000 people walking through the doors.

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Onondaga Community College is working with local manufacturers on a program that will offer training that will lead to apprenticeships and jobs - and individuals will be paid while they learn.

Meet the partisans in this 'nonpartisan' good government group

Feb 20, 2018
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Steve Bannon, Kellyanne Conway and Long Island billionaire Robert Mercer launched a group called Reclaim New York even before they helped put Donald Trump in the White House. Mercer's daughter Rebekah, also a conservative powerhouse, is active in setting policy.

Reclaim people say Bannon and Conway are no longer involved. They insist the group is a nonpartisan good-government watchdog that should be judged on its work, not its board members. But records show their staff are all the same political persuasion as their founders. 

Trump's army battles for New York

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Darrin Ball was at his day job at an upstate fire department last summer when the phone rang.

“One of my relatives had called me and said ‘Hey, did you check your mail yet?’ And I said, ‘No, why?’ And she goes, ‘Well, there’s a very interesting piece of mail in there with your photo all over it,’” Ball said.

When he got home he found a glossy mailer with his face on it, rendered in somewhat sinister black and white.

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Students from a Florida high school spent the weekend demanding action after last week's mass shooting. They've been contacting reporters, and one, Emma Gonzalez, delivered a speech advocating gun control.

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New York state has released a concept plan that closes the gap in the Erie Canalway Trail System between Camillus and DeWitt. It would extend the recreation trail through an urban area.

From the start, bridging the 14-mile gap has been the most challenging part of creating a seamless trail that closely follows the path of the Erie Canal.

"This segment of the trail goes through the most heavily urbanized areas of Onondaga County," said Town of DeWitt planner Sam Gordon.

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OK. We now have the names of all 17 victims who died in the shooting at a Florida high school this week. Here they are.

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Today, at the Winter Olympics, Team USA did not get the results it was hoping for, in skiing or in men's figure skating. We have two reports from our Olympic team in Pyeongchang, beginning with NPR's Tom Goldman.

Intelligence Infighting

Feb 16, 2018

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