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NPR's Rachel Martin talks to NPR Pentagon correspondent Tom Bowman and Trita Parsi of the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft about the weekend attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia.

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The key issues that remain unresolved are health insurance benefits, and the carmaker's reliance on temporary workers. The very far apart language leads some to believe the strike could be a long one.

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National elections were held Tuesday in Israel, and the country's two main political parties are deadlocked. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's fate is in limbo.

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The thief must not have known that Juwone Scott is an athlete — he was a weightlifter in the Special Olympics last year. KTBS-TV In Shreveport, La., reports Scott chased the man and got the purse.

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Hurricane Dorian recently devastated the country, but a Georgia woman's bachelorette party was already planned. They used the opportunity to take donated supplies to Nassau.

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The J. Paul Getty Trust will devote $100 million over the next decade to help preserve and promote understanding of the world's cultural history and heritage sites around the world.

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U.S. satellites said to have detected Iran readying drones before a Saudi oil facility was attacked. Israel's election is too close to call. California to lose waiver to set environmental standards.

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The quarter-percentage-point cut will lower borrowing costs for households and businesses. The move is an effort to prolong the decade-old economic expansion in the face of rising headwinds.

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