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In a plea deal, Baca admitted he lied when he said he didn't know anything about efforts to obstruct an FBI probe into corruption and abuse in his department.
Humans rely on dogs to search for bombs. But the increasingly common Improvised Explosive Devices can be made with ordinary ingredients — and it is posing a new challenge for bomb-sniffing dogs.
NPR looks at the state of the Democratic presidential race after Bernie Sanders' decisive victory over Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire primary.
The U.S. Supreme Court has put a hold on the Obama administration's Clean Power Plan, which would significantly regulate coal, after 27 states sued over the proposal. Among them was Wyoming, which produces more coal than any other state. NPR reports on how the court's stay is being received in coal producing states.
President Obama returns to Springfield, Ill., on Wednesday where nine years ago he announced his candidacy for president.
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