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Thursday, April 10, 2014

A portrait of Thomas Jefferson painted by Rembrandt

50 Years After LBJ, Examining Obama's Civil Rights Legacy | NYT's Abramson: Obama Admin Puts New Level of 'Control' on Press | How the Yankees-Red Sox Rivalry Shaped the Birth of the First Subway | Report: Russia Didn’t Share All Details on Boston Bombing Suspect | How to Survive the Lime and Bacon Shortage | Finding Family Through a Dark Legacy of Slavery

NYT's Abramson: New Levels of Secrecy in Obama White House

The New York Times Executive Editor Jill Abramson says the administration's criminal leak investigations have "put a chill on national security reporting in Washington."

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The Yankees-Red Sox Rivalry Built the First Subway

What the fans may not realize is that one of the greatest New York–Boston rivalries didn’t happen on a baseball diamond, it happened underground, spurring the very thing that may be bringing fans to a game: The subway.

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Finding Family Through a Dark Legacy of Slavery

Tess Taylor and Gayle Jessup White were living separate lives on separate sides of the country, when the two women discovered they were related, through not just anyone, but through the Thomas Jefferson family line.

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How to Survive the Lime, Bacon & Avocado Shortage

It's a dark day for foodies in America. Shortages of limes and pork have sent prices sky high. And now a potential shortage of avocados has people worried. How will we make guacamole? Eat BLTs? Enjoy a cold, tasty margarita?

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Today's Highlights | April 10, 2014

Also on Today's Show As President Barack Obama speaks at a conference commemorating the Civil Rights Act, we look at Obama's civil rights legacy...It turns out Russia was not totally forthcoming in the wake of the Boston Marathon Bombing a year ago.

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