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Topics today include:
Biggest Money Scams of All Time
Are U.S. National Parks Going to Ruin?
Cancer is Catching Up to Heart Disease as U.S. #1 Killer
What Would Happen if All Animals were as Smart as Us?
Some States Have a Much Bigger Opioid Problem than Others
Extraordinary Facts about Antarctica
Could Clinton Fix ObamaCare?
Low Unemployment Increases Traffic Deaths More than Expected
U.S. Paid Another $1.3 Billion to Iran - And Why That Was a Bargain
Is a Fiscal Union Not What is Needed to Save the EU?
Britain's Disgraceful Trains
An American's View of UK NHS ("Socialized Medicine")
Italy Death Toll Still Rising
Turkey Flexes Muscles against Kurds in Syria
U.S. Warships Fire on Iranian Vessels
Russian Convicted of Running Massive Online Theft Ring
India's Central Bank - Steady as She Goes with New Governor
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