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Thanks to NASA, a college town will be the eclipse capital of the world in August

Carbondale, Ill., is smack-dab in the path of totality for the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse, and they’re preparing for people from around the world - including scientists from NASA - to flock to the small college town about 100 miles outside of St. Louis. The town will again be in the path of totality for an eclipse in 2024, and is being dubbed the Eclipse Crossroads of America.

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Trump’s immigration crackdown is stressing out deployed US troops

A popular but little-known program that blocks the deportation of spouses and immediate family members of U.S. troops deployed abroad is at risk in the Trump administration's broader illegal immigration crackdown. Military officials say 'parole in place' is crucial to alleviate the stress and distractions faced by deployed soldiers.

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This man wants to raise $1 million to help people facing prostate cancer

Sam Poley, creator of "Give 1 For Dad," talks about the campaign which is trying to raise at least $1 million for a clinical trial that will benefit the Duke Cancer Institute. He explains how prostate cancer has impacted his life, a new treatment and calls for support.
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This man wants to raise $1 million to help people facing prostate cancer 2:42

This man wants to raise $1 million to help people facing prostate cancer

NC public schools enrollment drops, while home, charter and private schools gain 2:00

NC public schools enrollment drops, while home, charter and private schools gain

Full Frame's 'School of Doc' visited by Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker 1:17

Full Frame's 'School of Doc' visited by Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker

It took a Chapel Hill man more than a decade to build this 32-foot sailboat in his backyard 0:38

It took a Chapel Hill man more than a decade to build this 32-foot sailboat in his backyard