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Port Profiles: Truck Driver Hauls Savannah's Cargo

Ride along with one of the truck drivers who play a key role at Savannah's port, hauling cargo in and out.

No 'Misteak': High Beef Prices A Boon For Drought-Weary Ranchers

If you've shopped for meat recently, you no doubt have noticed that beef prices are up. That may be hard on consumers, but the prices are helping ranchers purchase expensive feed and rebuild herds.

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Port Profiles: Pilots Bring Container Ships Safely Up Savannah River

It takes two locals - known as pilots - to navigate large container ships up the Savannah River and dock them at the Port of Savannah. Meet two of those pilots.

6 Pitfalls To Avoid When Picking Insurance On The Job

Even if your health insurance is provided by an employer, your plan may be changing quite a bit in 2015. Here's a guide to the questions you should keep in mind when looking over your options.

Dangerous Deliveries: Pregnant Women Become Untouchable

When a pregnant woman catches Ebola, the fetus and amniotic fluid are flooded with the virus. The ripple effects of these dangerous deliveries could be more catastrophic than Ebola itself.

Take The Plunge Into World Toilet Day

They say every dog has its day. So does every toilet. And that day is today: World Toilet Day.

Sen. Bernie Sanders On How Democrats Lost White Voters

In an interview with Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, an independent in the Senate, says he may run for president.

Outside Of The Games, Are Sports Corrupt?

Commentator Frank Deford discusses some recent sports-related scandals, including the abuse of young swimmers by their coaches, and fake classes created for college athletes.

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New Program Trains Bar Staff To Stop Potential Assaults

The Bar Bystander program is launching in Savannah.

Outreach Workers Look For Gains In Second Year Of Obamacare

Montana and Georgia both have minority populations whom health advocates hope to enroll for coverage. But advocates also fear that many in those communities won't qualify for subsidized coverage.

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