Today's Takeaways: Chaos in Ferguson, a Black Market for Organs, and The Beatles Reimagined

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Monday, August 18, 2014

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1. 'Shock & Confusion': A Struggle to Keep The Faith in Ferguson | 2. How Israel Fuels a Black Market for Organs | 3. Inside Iran's Legal Human Organ Trade | 4.' The Black Album' Puts The Beatles Back Together for New Generation

Faith and the National Guard: Two Plans for Peace in Ferguson

Missouri's governor sent the National Guard into Ferguson today. Local churches are taking a different approach.

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How Israel Fuels a Black Market for Organs

A mixture of religious law and cultural practices have led many Israelis to reject organ donation, creating a desperate market of patients who will do anything for a transplantable organ.

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Inside Iran's Legal Human Organ Trade

Iran is the only country worldwide where the practice of selling one's kidney for profit is legal and regulated. It is also one of the only places that has no waiting list for organs.

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Will Scotland Vote for Independence?

A month from today, just over 4 million people in Scotland will get to vote in a historic referendum on whether their country should become independent for the first time in more than 300 years. 

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Undocumented Children Strain Miami Schools

Miami has long welcomed droves of immigrants from Latin America. But the latest wave of unaccompanied immigrant children is straining the resources of this gateway region in Florida.

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'The Black Album' Puts The Beatles Back Together for New Generation

"The Black Album" reimagines The Beatles, providing a compilation of songs from the solo careers of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Star.

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