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On NBC's Megyn Kelly, Authenticity And The Elephant In The Room

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The Pitfalls Of Social Media Advertising

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Crowley shipping containers with running refrigeration systems are lined up at in the port of San Juan, Puerto Rico. They've been there for days, goods locked away inside. Angel Valentin for NPR hide caption

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In Puerto Rico, Containers Full Of Goods Sit Undistributed At Ports

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Equifax Continues To Scramble After Massive Breach

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Rolled oysters have been a favorite snack in Louisville, Ky., restaurants for more than a century, but turmoil in the oyster industry has caused them to dwindle. Wikipedia/Southern Foodways Alliance hide caption

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The Equifax Inc. headquarters are seen in Atlanta earlier this month. The credit reporting agency's interim CEO is apologizing to millions of consumers affected by a data breach. Mike Stewart/AP hide caption

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Trump Expects Democrats To Support His Tax Overhaul. Will They?

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Twitter officials are expected to meet with Senate Intelligence Committee investigators. Staffers want to know about the use of fake accounts, bots and trolls to influence the trends and topics on the social platform. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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As Book Sales Drop, Guinness World Records Ltd. Adapts Its Services

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Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch Criticized For Speech At Trump's D.C. Hotel

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