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        Even With IRS Staffers Returning, Tax Refunds May Be Delayed

        The IRS' workforce will return to full strength under the short-term deal to reopen the government struck Friday by President Donald Trump and congressional leaders. But the disruption from the partial shutdown and the recent absence of a large contingent of recalled IRS employees mean the possibility of delayed tax refunds.

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        Duke University evolutionary anthropologist Herman Pontzer joins us to discuss how the same drive that led us to leave other species behind is now negatively affecting our health. His story “Humans Evolved to Exercise” appears in the Scientific American.

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