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May 24, 2020

In Los Angeles, Relief And Caution As Locals Return To Venice Beach
Sun bathing was prohibited and face masks were required. But Venice Beach otherwise felt like its usual eclectic self this Memorial Day weekend.

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May 24, 2020

Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas As Thousands Protest Planned Security Law
Demonstrators defied social distancing rules and thronged some of the busiest retail districts Sunday. China's parliament is planning legislation to tighten its grip on the semi-autonomous territory.

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May 24, 2020

Scenes Of Isolation Amid Pandemic In The Vermont Countryside
In the best of times, living in Vermont requires a type of isolation and self-sufficiency unknown in many parts of the country. But the coronavirus has tested the state like never before.

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May 24, 2020

Teaching Kids To Hide From Gunfire: Safety Drills At Day Care And At Home
Sheltering in place isn't new for children who live in neighborhoods plagued by gun violence, and shootings haven't eased during the pandemic. St. Louis families improvise to keep kids safe.

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May 24, 2020

Ilhan Omar On Her Memoir And Moving The Needle Toward Progressive Policies
Rep. Ilhan Omar has a new memoir about her journey to Congress after fleeing civil war in Somalia. She talked with NPR about her life and her hopes for future coronavirus relief measures.

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May 24, 2020

PHOTOS: Brazilian Farmers Hatch A Plan To Send Healthy Food To The Favelas
A stay-at-home order has meant a loss of income for many of the working poor — and the fear that they won't be able to feed their families. Then a group of organic farmers had an idea.

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May 23, 2020

They're Back: Millions Of Cicadas Expected To Emerge This Year
In parts of Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina, the insects will climb out of the ground for their once-in-17-year mating cycle. Scientists have dubbed this grouping brood IX.

NPR Headline News
May 23, 2020

North Carolina Reports Highest 1-Day Spike Of COVID-19 Cases
Health officials announced Saturday that they had recorded 1,107 new infections. The news comes as the state entered Phase 2 of its reopening plan on Friday.

NPR Headline News
May 23, 2020

North Carolina Reports Highest One Day Spike Of COVID-19 Cases
Health officials announced Saturday that they had recorded 1,107 new infections. The news comes as the state entered Phase 2 of its re-opening plan on Friday.

NPR Headline News
May 23, 2020

Tracking The Pandemic: How Quickly Is The Coronavirus Spreading State By State?
View our map and graphics to see where COVID-19 is hitting hardest in the U.S., which state outbreaks are growing the fastest and which are leveling off.

NPR Headline News
May 23, 2020

Coronavirus World Map: Tracking The Spread Of The Outbreak
A map of confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths around the world. The respiratory disease has spread rapidly across six continents and has killed thousands of people.

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May 23, 2020

From Camping To Dining Out: Here's How Experts Rate The Risks Of 14 Summer Activities
The weather's warming up and public spaces are starting to reopen. How do you decide what's safe to do? We have guidance to help you compare and evaluate the risks.

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May 23, 2020

Trump Returns To Golf Course For 1st Time Since March
The president visited his Virginia resort Saturday. It appears that Trump — whose time on the links has been criticized ?— hasn't played a round since declaring a national emergency in March.

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May 23, 2020

Anthony Fauci: 'Now Is The Time ... To Care Selflessly About One Another'
The prominent immunologist, coronavirus fighter — and unlikely celebrity — offered a pair of surprise graduation addresses this week, at Johns Hopkins University and the College of the Holy Cross

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May 23, 2020

Under Legal Pressure, New York Relaxes Restrictions On More Gatherings
The state first allowed gatherings of up to 10 people at religious services and Memorial Day events. Just hours after a lawsuit was filed, though, New York modified the order to include everyone.

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May 23, 2020

Fear Of Public Restrooms Prompts Creative Solutions As Some Businesses Reopen
Some people are afraid to use potentially germ-filled public restrooms as stay-at-home restrictions begin lifting. That's boosting sales of products that offer creative alternatives.

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May 23, 2020

Ahead Of Eid, India's Muslim Clerics Urge Celebrating At Home, Donating To Charity
"The happiness of Eid is in not hugging each other and not shaking hands this time over," said a leading Indian imam. "Eid is related to life and happiness and we have to give the same."

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May 23, 2020

President Trump Sides With Churches Asserting A Right To Reopen
Trump declares houses of worship "essential" and warns governors not to oppose his instruction that they be allowed to reopen.

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May 23, 2020

What To Know As Israel's Netanyahu Goes On Trial For Corruption Charges
The Israeli prime minister is due in court Sunday for corruption charges, including that he allegedly offered a media company regulatory favors for positive coverage.

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May 23, 2020

Latest Style Trend: Clandestine Haircuts During Stay-At-Home Orders
Hairstylists are not considered essential workers. But hair continues to grow. That's led to clandestine haircuts, where stylists can make money and clients can get a much-needed trim.

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May 23, 2020

A Tale of Two (Convention) Cities Fearing A Second Wave Of COVID-19
The 2016 conventions in Cleveland and Philadelphia each drew an estimated 50,000 people. Day and night for a week, throngs pulsed through sports arena hallways, hotel lobbies, meeting rooms and bars.

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May 23, 2020

After Months of Steep Declines, Air Traffic Is Picking Up
U.S. travelers are starting to fly again following virtually no demand during the coronavirus pandemic. Major airlines are seeing more bookings despite concern from passengers.

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May 23, 2020

Rental Car Giant Hertz Files For Bankruptcy Protection
A decrease in travel amid the coronavirus pandemic has dealt a "sudden and dramatic" blow to the company's revenue.

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May 23, 2020

With Moratorium Lifted, Houston Becomes Largest U.S. City Where Evictions Can Resume
Some Texas cities are taking additional steps to protect renters and delay evictions, but many Texans remain vulnerable. A Houston rental assistance program ran out of funding in just 90 minutes.

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

Justice Department Backs Challenge To Illinois Stay-At-Home Order
The government says the order significantly impairs the ability of residents to maintain their economic livelihoods. And, it claims Gov. J.B. Pritzker is bound by state limits on emergency measures.

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

Michigan AG Says She 'Will Not Remain Silent' As Trump Risks Public Health
Dana Nessel, attorney general for the state of Michigan, on Friday said President Trump was gambling with public health through his ongoing response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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May 22, 2020

Harvard Researchers Find 'Inequality On Top Of Inequality' In COVID-19 Deaths
By studying the number of all current deaths compared to those in previous years, researchers have found that high-poverty, crowded areas where people of color live have been hard hit by the pandemic.

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

Coronavirus FAQs: Can I Catch It Through The Eyes? Will Goggles Help?
What's the risk of contracting the virus through the eyes? And in what situations would protective eyewear be helpful?

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

Indonesians Prepare For Eid Holiday Amid Concerns Over Spread Of COVID-19
Indonesia, with a population of 260 million, has confirmed more than 20,000 COVID-19 cases and more than 1,320 deaths, but many suspect the numbers are not a true reflection of the disease's reach.

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May 22, 2020

77 Nobel Laureates Denounce Trump Officials For Pulling Coronavirus Research Grant
In a letter sent to Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar, these U.S. scientists said they were "gravely concerned" about the abrupt termination of a federal grant to EcoHealth Alliance.

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May 22, 2020

Sons of Slain Journalist Jamal Khashoggi Forgive His Killers, Paving Way for Pardons
The writer's eldest son, Saleh, tweeted Thursday, "If a person forgives and makes reconciliation, his reward is due from Allah."

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May 22, 2020

Army Scales Back In-Person Recruiting, Deploys Virus Testing Before Basic Training
The U.S. Army is adapting its recruiting amid the coronavirus, cutting the number of people in recruiting stations and moving much of its pitching online.

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May 22, 2020

'He's Incredibly Confused': Parenting A Child With Autism During The Pandemic
Feda Almaliti is the mother of a 15-year-old son with severe autism and an advocate. She describes how the challenges of the coronavirus crisis are exponentially more difficult for families like hers.

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

Grocery Workers Union Estimates 3,257 Members Infected With Coronavirus
Union President Marc Perrone said the number of those members infected or known to have been exposed to the virus has increased by 200% in five weeks.

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

CDC Advice On Surface Spread Of COVID-19 'Has Not Changed,' Agency Says
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says a headline change on its website seemed to trigger news reports saying its guidelines have changed.

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

Trump Calls On States To Immediately Reopen Places Of Worship
"These are places that hold our society together," Trump said. "In America, we need more prayer, not less."

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

Trump Calls On States To Reopen Places Of Worship Immediately
"In America, we need more prayer, not less," Trump says. "These are places that hold our society together."

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

Alabama Opening Theaters, Zoos And Water Parks Despite Recent Rise In Cases
Gov. Kay Ivey is relaxing restrictions on schools, water parks and other elements of normal life. Since early March, Alabama has received more than 501,000 jobless claims.

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

Alabama Opens Theaters, Zoos And Water Parks Friday, Despite Recent Rise In Cases
Gov. Kay Ivey is relaxing restrictions on schools, water parks and other elements of normal life. Since early March, Alabama has received more than 501,000 jobless claims.

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

Scientists Say New, Lower CDC Estimates For Severity Of COVID-19 Are Optimistic
A new model released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention forecasts millions fewer hospitalizations and roughly 100,000 fewer deaths than it predicted just a month ago.

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

Georgia Investigators 'Confident' In Arrests Made In Ahmaud Arbery Case
William "Roddie" Bryan has said he was a witness. "I can tell you that if we believed he was a witness we wouldn't have arrested him," said the director of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

1 In 5 Adults In England Think The Coronavirus Is A Hoax
Oxford research has found conspiracy theories about the virus gaining ground.

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

1 In 5 In England Think The Coronavirus Is A Hoax
Oxford research has found conspiracy theories about the virus gaining ground.

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

Official COVID-19 Death Tally In Russia's Dagestan Masks 'Catastrophe,' Residents Say
Russia has sent crews to assist in Dagestan, where the official number of COVID-19 deaths is 29. "It long ago became clear the official statistics have no basis in reality," says a resident.

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

Fauci Voices Cautious Optimism About Moderna Vaccine, Calling Trial 'Quite Promising'
Dr. Anthony Fauci says it's "conceivable" a coronavirus vaccine could be ready within months but cautions "when you're dealing with vaccines, there could be so many things that get in the way."

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

President Trump Orders Flags To Fly At Half-Staff As U.S. Mourns Nearly 100,000 Dead
Flags will be lowered from Friday through Sunday's sunset in a show of national mourning and remembrance.

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May 22, 2020

President Trump Orders Flags To Fly At Half-Staff, As U.S. Mourns Nearly 100,000 Dead
Flags will be lowered from Friday through Sunday's sunset, in a show of national mourning and remembrance.

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

How The Coronavirus Has Strained U.K.-China Ties
Political analysts say China's growing assertiveness and its recent coronavirus disinformation campaign have soured relations and encouraged the British government to reconsider its China policy.

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May 22, 2020

Herd Of Fuzzy Green 'Glacier Mice' Baffles Scientists
Moss balls seem to roll around glaciers in a coordinated way, and researchers can't explain why the whole group moves at about the same speed and in the same direction.

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

For In-Person College, Coronavirus Testing Will Be Key. But Is That Feasible?
Colleges might be able to reopen their campuses if they're able to frequently test their students. But can they get tests --- and with budgets already squeezed, will they be able to afford it?

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May 22, 2020

As Pandemic Halts The Military Court At Guantánamo, Critics Call For Its Closure
The U.S. prison and military court in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, are widely viewed as dysfunctional and expensive. Now, the pandemic has brought court proceedings to a halt.

NPR Headline News
May 22, 2020

Food Banks Get The Love, But SNAP Does More To Fight Hunger
The charitable organizations called food banks are getting a lot of attention and donations right now. But they aren't nearly as important or effective as SNAP, formerly known as food stamps.

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May 22, 2020

White House Looks At 'Opportunity Zone' Extension In Wake Of COVID-19
The White House says it might extend "opportunity zone" tax breaks to help struggling neighborhoods after the pandemic. But critics say the program mostly helps wealthy investors.

NPR Headline News
May 21, 2020

Answering Your Coronavirus Questions: Fashion, Education And Health Disparities
On this broadcast of The National Conversation, we'll hear from educators on how the coronavirus has changed their work. We'll also answer your questions about the economy and health disparities.

NPR Headline News
May 21, 2020

570 Workers Have Coronavirus At North Carolina Poultry Plant
A poultry processing facility in Wilkesboro, N.C. is the latest to have a coronavirus outbreak among its workers. More than 570 people employeed at the facility have tested positive for COVID-19.

NPR Headline News
May 21, 2020

570 Workers Test Positive For Coronavirus At North Carolina Poultry Plant
A poultry processing facility in Wilkesboro, N.C., is the latest to have a coronavirus outbreak among its workers, many of whom did not show any symptoms.

NPR Headline News
May 21, 2020

Trump Briefly Dons Face Mask At Ford Plant, Away From Media View
Trump has defended his refusal to wear a mask, arguing that he and those around him are routinely tested for the coronavirus.

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May 21, 2020

Georgia Authorities Arrest Third Man in Ahmaud Arbery Killing
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has arrested a third person in connection with the killing of Ahmaud Arbery. Authorities arrested William "Roddie" Bryan, the man who filmed the altercation.

NPR Headline News
May 21, 2020

Georgia Authorities Arrest 3rd Man In Ahmaud Arbery Killing
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has arrested a third person in connection with the killing of Ahmaud Arbery. Authorities arrested William "Roddie" Bryan Jr., the man who filmed the altercation.

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May 21, 2020

Florida Theme Parks Getting Ready To Reopen With Anti-Coronavirus Measures
Legoland and Universal have local approval for their plans, which involve taking temperatures and encouraging face masks. Disney World and SeaWorld haven't presented their plans yet.

NPR Headline News
May 21, 2020

Face Masks Provide a New Frontier For Retailers During Coronavirus Crisis
Many popular brands including Nordstrom and Gap now sell nonmedical grade face masks to meet consumer demand, but experts say mask sales are a drop in the bucket compared to COVID-19-related losses.

NPR Headline News
May 21, 2020

How A Decades-Old Unemployment Insurance System Is Measuring Up In The Pandemic
Indivar Dutta-Gupta, a co-executive director at the Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality, explains the U.S. unemployment insurance system's origins and role today.

NPR Headline News
May 21, 2020

Facebook Expects Half Its Employees To Work Remotely Forever
CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he expects 50% of the social network's workforce to be working remotely within the next decade.

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May 21, 2020

Facebook Expects Half Its Employees To Work Remotely Permanently
CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he expects 50% of the social network's workforce to be working remotely within the next decade.

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May 21, 2020

Trump Administration Confirms U.S. Is Leaving Open Skies Surveillance Treaty
The 34-nation agreement allows the U.S., Russia and other countries to fly their aircraft over each other's territory. The Trump administration says it will negotiate a new deal with Russia.

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May 21, 2020

Top North Carolina Health Official: GOP Should 'Plan For The Worst' For Convention
Dr. Mandy Cohen said mass gatherings like the Republican convention will be a "very big challenge" if COVID-19 cases continue to increase in the state, as they are currently.

NPR Headline News
May 21, 2020

Despite Opposition, John Ratcliffe Confirmed For Top Intelligence Post
Despite strong Democratic criticism, the Senate confirmed the Republican congressman from Texas as the director of national intelligence. His detractors say he lacks experience for the job.

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May 21, 2020

New Zealand's Prime Minister Touts 4-Day Week To Boost Domestic Tourism
A shorter work week to encourage travel? Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says it's an idea worth considering as the island nation emerges from its coronavirus lockdown.

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May 21, 2020

3-Star Michelin Chef Guy Savoy Has Begun Offering Takeout In Paris
As France emerges from two months of lockdown, restaurants still have no reopening date. Among other dishes, Savoy is offering a poultry ballotine with foie gras in a truffle vinaigrette for takeaway.

NPR Headline News
May 21, 2020

Trump Administration To Planned Parenthood: Return Coronavirus Relief Funds
The Small Business Administration is asking local Planned Parenthood affiliates to return funds received under a coronavirus relief program.

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May 21, 2020

DeVos Faces Pushback Over Plan To Reroute Aid To Private School Students
The U.S. education secretary has told public K-12 schools they should use their coronavirus relief money to help private school students, too.

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May 21, 2020

Trump Officials Ordered To Pay More Legal Costs Over Blocked Citizenship Question
Trump officials failed to turn over hundreds of files before going to trial over the now-blocked citizenship census question. "This was not DOJ's finest hour," a judge said.

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May 21, 2020

Hurricane Season Will Be Above Average, NOAA Warns
Federal forecasters expect 3 to 6 major hurricanes during the 2020 hurricane season, which runs from June 1 to November 1. Rising seas and a warmer climate make storms of all sizes more damaging.

NPR Headline News
May 21, 2020

U.S. Sends Ventilators To Russia In $5.6 Million Coronavirus Aid Package
The U.S. government delivered 50 American-made ventilators on Thursday and will send another 150 next week.

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May 21, 2020

Pandemic Makes Evident 'Grotesque' Gender Inequality In Household Work
With more people staying home due to COVID-19, journalist Brigid Schulte says it's impossible to ignore "the fact that women bear so much more of the burden of childcare and housework."

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May 21, 2020

NCAA Says College Football, Basketball Workouts Can Resume June 1
Each school and conference will be free to decide how to safely resume athletic operations, the NCAA Division I Council says.

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May 21, 2020

In New York City, 2 Million Residents Face Food Insecurity, Officials Say
"Before the coronavirus, we thought somewhere around a million people were food insecure and needed food," Mayor Bill de Blasio said. Now, 1 in 4 New Yorkers may be going hungry.

NPR Headline News
May 21, 2020

China Poised To Expand Control Over Hong Kong
The renewed push from Beijing to pass a national security law will almost certainly set off more protests against Beijing's rule in Hong Kong, which is semi-autonomous.

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May 21, 2020

Michael Cohen Released From Prison Due To Coronavirus Concerns
President Trump's former attorney will be placed in home confinement. Thousands of federal inmates have been released to home confinement since March due to concerns about exposure to the coronavirus.

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May 21, 2020

Macy's Sees A $1.1 Billion Loss, While Pandemic Lifts 'Essential' Stores Like Walmart
Temporary store closures during the pandemic hammered nonessential retailers, including Kohl's, T.J. Maxx and Victoria's Secret. Shoppers also dramatically cut back on buying clothes.

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May 21, 2020

U.S. Could Have Saved 36,000 Lives If Social Distancing Started 1 Week Earlier: Study
If the U.S. had taken the same actions on March 8 that it started taking on March 15, thousands of COVID-19 deaths could have been avoided, researchers say.

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May 21, 2020

Getting An Antibody Test For The Coronavirus? Here's What It Won't Tell You
As more and more people get tested for antibodies to the coronavirus, infectious disease specialists worry that those tested — and their employers — may not understand the limits of the results.

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May 21, 2020

Lori Loughlin, Mossimo Giannulli To Plead Guilty In College Admissions Scandal
Loughlin is facing two months in prison and a $150,000 fine, according to the recommendations of the plea agreement. Her husband is facing five months in prison and a $250,000 fine.

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May 21, 2020

'Between Life And Death': McDonald's Worker Says Pandemic Puts Safety In Focus
In his 30 years working at McDonald's, Bartolomé Perez joined several strikes to demand higher wages and better benefits. But the stakes have felt very different during the coronavirus pandemic.

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May 21, 2020

All-Girl Robotics Team In Afghanistan Works On Low-Cost Ventilator ... With Car Parts
Automated ventilators are expensive. Hand-operated ventilators require a lot of labor. So these teens are on a quest to create a mechanized bag-valve-mask that'll do the job.

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May 21, 2020

38.6 Million Have Filed For Unemployment Since March
The United States is still losing jobs at an alarming pace two months after the coronavirus pandemic took hold. Another 2.4 million people filed claims for jobless benefits last week.

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May 21, 2020

Politics Around Hydroxychloroquine Hamper Science
Some scientists think this drug has promise for COVID-19. But controversy around the drug is complicating the job of scientists, who just want to find answers.

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May 21, 2020

There's Still Time To Get A (Remote) Summer Internship
Some companies are going virtual with their summer internship programs; other firms have simply canceled theirs. Here's our resource guide to finding the internships that are out there.

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May 21, 2020

Trump And Biden Wage An Uneven Virtual Campaign
The president with a major social media presence is facing a Democratic challenger with fewer digital resources. Biden's strategy counts on real-world conditions overcoming Trump's virtual dominance.

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May 21, 2020

Ideal Nursing Homes: Individual Rooms, Better Staffing, More Accountability
Nursing home experts say priorities need to change, emphasizing quality of life over profits. The stunning COVID-19 death toll brings scrutiny to an industry that many believe is due for an overhaul.

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May 21, 2020

Our Pandemic Habits Cut Carbon Emissions, But It's Not Clear They'll Last
Energy demand plummeted because of the pandemic shutdown. A big question is whether new habits like telecommuting and flying less will endure, and mean lower oil consumption in the future.

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May 21, 2020

She Gets Calls And Texts Meant For Elon Musk. Some Are Pretty Weird
Lyndsay Tucker, who works at a Sephora beauty store in San Jose, Calif., has tech billionaire Elon Musk's old cellphone number. So every day, she fields calls and texts intended for him.

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May 20, 2020

Expedition To Salvage Titanic's Wireless Telegraph Gets The Go-Ahead
A federal judge said retrieval of the technology "will contribute to the legacy left by the indelible loss of the Titanic, those who survived, and those who gave their lives in the sinking."

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May 20, 2020

Money Tracker: How Much Trump And Biden Have Raised In The 2020 Election
See the latest campaign finance figures for President Trump and his challenger, former Vice President Joe Biden.

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May 20, 2020

Researchers: Nearly Half Of Accounts Tweeting About Coronavirus Are Likely Bots
Researchers culled through more than 200 million tweets discussing the virus since January and found that about 45% were sent by accounts that behave more like computerized robots than humans.

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May 20, 2020

Answering Your Coronavirus Questions: Health Insurance, Jobs And What Kids Are Asking
On this broadcast of The National Conversation, we'll answer your questions about health insurance, job searching during a pandemic and breakups. We'll also hear from kids on their questions.

NPR Headline News
May 20, 2020

Barbers Cut Hair On The Michigan Capitol Lawn To Protest Anti-Coronavirus Shutdown
They set up card tables and generators to power the clippers, and people lined up. There were no temperature checks, few people wearing masks, and little to no social distancing.

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May 20, 2020

As States Locked Down In March, Motor Vehicle Fatality Rate Spiked By 14%
In March, likely because of coronavirus restrictions, the number of miles driven decreased by over 18% from the March 2019 level.

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May 20, 2020

Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks House Request For Mueller Grand Jury Evidence
The House says secret grand jury evidence are relevant to an "ongoing investigation" and could lead to new impeachment charges.

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May 20, 2020

Why The Race For A Coronavirus Vaccine Will Depend On Global Cooperation
Developing and producing a vaccine is a complicated process — one that is heavily reliant on countries sharing supplies and a common goal, says Prashant Yadav of the Center for Global Development.

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