The Two-Way
10:39 am
Tue January 14, 2014

JPMorgan Says It Will Replace 2 Million Credit Cards, Due To Breach

JPMorgan Chase says it will replace about 2 million of its customers credit cards because they were compromised in recent security breaches at major retailers.

NPR's Yuki Noguchi reports the bank's CEO Jamie Dimon said the problems on that front are likely not over. Yuki filed this report for our Newscast unit:

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Jefferson Exchange | January 14, 2014 | 8:00
10:29 am
Tue January 14, 2014

Flu Season And How Not To Be Part Of It

Flu virus under the microscope.
Credit CDC/Public Domain

Oregon Public Health joins us to discuss influenza and how to protect yourself this winter season.

Flu season is in full swing in Oregon.

At least, health officials hope it does not get any fuller than this.

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Jefferson Exchange | January 14, 2014 | 8:30
10:26 am
Tue January 14, 2014

Changing What Defines "Poverty" For Schools

Credit Medford School District

Schools with higher numbers of students from poor families frequently get additional financial support.

Oregon Department of Education shares how poverty is now calculated.

Plain and simple, education must be more intensive for children of poverty. 

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Jefferson Exchange | January 14, 2014 | 9:00
10:22 am
Tue January 14, 2014

Riverkeepers At Work

The Rogue River.
Credit BLM/Wikimedia

It sounds like something out of a J.R.R. Tolkien novel: River Keeper.

We visit with the Rogue Riverkeeper and the Klamath Riverkeeper.

But the term is both modern and non-fiction, describing people dedicated to keeping their target rivers in good shape, and helping get them in better shape over time. 

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The Two-Way
10:15 am
Tue January 14, 2014

8 Excerpts That Explain The Alex Rodriguez Doping Scandal

Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez in September of 2013 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Patrick Smith Getty Images

Originally published on Tue January 14, 2014 1:21 pm

As part of baseball star Alex Rodriguez's lawsuit against Major League Baseball and the players union, a federal judge ordered the release of an important opinion from the arbitrator who found the league was justified in suspending Rodriguez for the 2014 season and postseason.

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The Two-Way
10:06 am
Tue January 14, 2014

Israeli Minister: Kerry Should 'Win A Nobel Prize And Leave Us In Peace'

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, second right, stands with Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon, left, Minister of International Relations Yuval Steinitz, second left, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, center, and Minister of Justice Tzipi Livni at Netanyahu's office on May 23, 2013, in Jerusalem.
Uriel Sinai UPI /Landov

Originally published on Tue January 14, 2014 2:21 pm

Update at 5:14 p.m. ET, Yaalon Apologizes

Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon apologized late Tuesday for comments in which he described U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry as having a "messianic fervor" toward bringing peace to the Mideast.

"The defense minister did not intend to insult the secretary and he apologizes if the secretary was hurt by the remarks attributed to the defense minister," a statement issued by Yaalon's office.

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History
10:06 am
Tue January 14, 2014

Oregon Pioneer Botanist Identifies 3,150 Western Species

Episode 2321
Perhaps Rugged Eight Dollar Mountain in southwestern Josephine County, Ore., was named by a miner who found a large gold nugget or by a man said to have worn out an eight-dollar pair of shoes climbing the mountain.  For certain, a Rogue River Indian War battle was fought in the area on March 25, 1856.
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Music Reviews
9:55 am
Tue January 14, 2014

Uneven But Vital, Bruce Springsteen Has 'High Hopes'

Bruce Springsteen's 18th album is titled High Hopes.
Danny Clinch Courtesy of the artist

Originally published on Tue January 14, 2014 11:04 am

High Hopes is a different sort of release for Bruce Springsteen. It features original and cover songs that had been performed live over the years, some never recorded in a studio setting, as well as a few older songs reconceived with new arrangements and musicians.

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The Two-Way
9:50 am
Tue January 14, 2014

Two Students Wounded, 12-Year-Old Captured After School Shooting

Originally published on Tue January 14, 2014 8:01 pm

This post was updated at 11 p.m. ET.

A 12-year-old student opened fire Tuesday at a middle school in Roswell, N.M., wounding two fellow students. The shooter, who was armed with a shotgun, was arrested.

The Associated Press reports:

"A boy was critically injured and a girl was in satisfactory condition following the shooting at Berrendo Middle School in Roswell.

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9:42 am
Tue January 14, 2014

Violinist Pays A Huge Price For Failure To Declare Instrument

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Well this doesn't seem right. The Canadian Border Services seized an antique violin from the concertmaster of the National Arts Centre Orchestra for failing to declare the instrument when flying back into the country. They held on to the instrument for several weeks, and fined him a pretty outrageous sum. It's kind of like someone taking my microphone away.
One of Canada's most prestigious violinists is battling the Canada Border Services Agency in Federal Court after he was fined $120,000 for failing to declare nearly half a million dollars in musical instruments. Yosuke Kawasaki claims when he was crossing the border into Canada in 2012 the CBSA wrongfully seized his $385,000 violin and three bows worth $90,000, $6,800 and $2,000 each.

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