Colombian government and FARC leaders sign a historic peace deal

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The peace accord will end a half-century-long civil war that has killed hundreds of thousands of people.

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Anyone who shares religious satire on Facebook should care about this murder in Jordan

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Here are some initial reflections on a matter that demands further thought.

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Nike's future concerns analysts

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The shoe company may need to pivot away from basketball wear.

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How the first 2016 presidential debate affected currency markets

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The impact of last night's presidential debate on the financial markets, a look at Donald Trump's common rhetorical moves, and the TSA's legacy.

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Global markets react to first presidential debate

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The international financial community seems to have judged Clinton the winner.

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Reality TV, uncut: Trump’s tropes on a national stage

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A TV critic names Trump's rhetorical moves.

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Trump challenges Clinton on trade in first debate

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Clinton defended changing her position on TPP, and her record on other trade deals.

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Dairy farmers see organic label as a way to pay the bills

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The organic market's stable pricing is appealing to some dairy farmers.

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Women are falling behind men when trying to get that first promotion, new study finds

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Women face more pushback than men during workplace negotiations, the study says.

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Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, September 27, 2016

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On today's show, we'll look back at last night's presidential debate, which included mentions of Hillary Clinton's email controversy and Trump's tax returns; where Clinton stands on trade deals; and a study that finds women lag behind men when it comes to getting promotions.

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Marketplace Tech for Tuesday, September 27, 2016

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On today's show, we'll talk about the New York Times' new Political Ad Tracker, a tool that will allow you to send metadata about political ads you encounter on Facebook; optimism over Twitter's recent livestreaming deals; and Adobe's creation of the Digital Price Index.

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Miami mourns a baseball star

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There was a special connection between Jose Fernandez and the city of Miami. And his recent death of the Miami Marlins pitcher is hitting the community hard.

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Syrian Americans have some questions for Clinton and Trump

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The news from Aleppo is grim, which leads to a big question for US presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump: What would they do about the war in Syria?

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Humanity may not be hardwired for violence, after all

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Chimpanzees, death certificates, and trade figures show why humans, over time, seem to be on track to build a more peaceable future.

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A song for justice and Mexico's missing Ayotzinapa 43

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It's the second anniversary of the disappearance of 43 students from Ayotzinapa, Mexico. The group El Changui Majadero is based in LA and recorded a song about it for their self-titled, debut album.

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