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Boom In Antler Pet Chews May Have Opened A Black Market

Sunday, February 25th, 2018

Moose and caribou antlers sit in a corner of the Alaska Fur Exchange in Anchorage. These large, high-quality antlers are unlikely to be cut down into pet chews and are mostly purchased by collectors.

Hunters are waking up to find their prized antlers have been stolen overnight in Alaska, where online ads offering cash for antlers have proliferated.

(Image credit: Zachariah Hughes/Alaska Public Media)

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Poll: Where Americans Draw Lines On Workplace Behavior

Sunday, February 25th, 2018

The #MeToo movement has brought a fresh examination of workplace behavior. A new NPR-Ipsos poll found little tolerance for a broad range of behaviors — from gossip to unwanted touching.

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A Student Solution To Give Utah Debtors A Fighting Chance

Saturday, February 24th, 2018

Used car salesman Chris Edwards poses for a portrait at Automaxx in Pleasant Grove, Utah.

In Utah, the majority of civil lawsuits are debt related; nearly all of the debtors face those suits without any legal help. A group of law students at Brigham Young University wants to change that.

(Image credit: Trevor Christensen/KUER)

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Trump Administration Restricts H-1B Worker Visas Coveted By High Tech

Saturday, February 24th, 2018

It’s another step in fighting potential fraud and abuse in the program that brings 85,000 highly skilled workers into the U.S. every year. More detail is required on why the workers are needed.

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The Hungarian Prime Minister’s Feud With George Soros Escalates

Friday, February 23rd, 2018

Hungary’s government has proposed a series of draft laws it says will curb illegal immigration. Critics say the motivation is to cripple NGOs linked to U.S. financier George Soros.

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