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Feb 08, 2023

Ex-Twitter officials reject GOP claims of government collusion
At a contentious House committee hearing, Republicans aired long-held grievances over what they say is Silicon Valley's bias against conservatives.

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Feb 08, 2023

N.Y. Philharmonic chief looks to Gustavo 'Dudamel era' after historic appointment
New York philharmonic president and CEO Deborah Borda discusses the decisionmaking process behind bringing the superstar conductor to the Big Apple.

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Feb 08, 2023

Woodpeckers went nuts, stashing 700 pounds of acorns in the wall of a California home
Exterminator Nick Castro found the massive stash of acorns after being called to a home with a worm problem. "Bird was a bit of a hoarder," he joked on social media.

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Feb 08, 2023

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar reflects on his strained relationship with LeBron James
In an online letter a day after James broke his scoring record, Abdul-Jabbar blamed himself for the contentious relationship between them, citing his own introversion and a significant age gap.

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Feb 08, 2023

A look at the impact of delivering aid to Turkey and Syria through Dubai's global hub
A 1.5 million square-ft. zone of Dubai known as International Humanitarian City is the world's largest aid hub, with warehouses for U.N. agencies, Red Cross and Red Crescent organizations and others.

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Feb 08, 2023

How Stokely Carmichael and the Black Panthers changed the civil rights movement
Journalist Mark Whitaker says that much of what's happening in American race relations today traces back to 1966, the year the Black Panthers were formed. His new book is Saying it Loud.

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Feb 08, 2023

A man jailed in the theft of monkeys from the Dallas zoo said he'd do it again
Court records say Davion Irvin told police that he jumped a zoo fence after dark, cut the metal mesh of a tamarin monkey enclosure and took the two emperor tamarin monkeys before escaping by train.

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Feb 08, 2023

A South Korean man is sentenced to 40 years in a stalking and murder case
The man was convicted of killing a female colleague in a Seoul subway station last year, a day before he was to be sentenced on stalking charges. This has led to calls for better protection for women.

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Feb 08, 2023

Malaysian Airlines shootdown probe finds 'strong indications' Putin approved missiles
Investigators said they found that the Russian president likely approved the supply of heavy anti-aircraft weapons to Ukrainian separatists who shot down flight MH17 in 2014 with a Russian missile.

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Feb 08, 2023

Zoom is the latest tech firm to announce layoffs, and its CEO will take a 98% pay cut
Zoom, a hallmark of pandemic life, is laying off some 1,300 employees, or about 15% of its workforce. CEO Eric Yuan said he and other executives will take pay cuts and forego bonuses.

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Feb 08, 2023

A pigeon named Flamingo is dead after someone dyed it pink
"We don't know why this bird was dyed pink, although many of our followers have speculated that it was for a gender reveal party," a Wild Bird Fund official told NPR.

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Feb 08, 2023

Romney tells Santos 'you don't belong here' in a tense State of the Union run-in
Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, said the embattled New York congressman, who faces continued questions about his biography and campaign finances, should've been "sitting in the back row and staying quiet."

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Feb 08, 2023

Kim Jong Un celebrated North Korea's army. Will he also display new weapons?
His young daughter Kim Ju Ae also attended. Some observers interpret this as Kim's message that nuclear weapons will protect future generations of North Koreans.

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Feb 08, 2023

Zelenskyy makes a rare visit to the U.K. as Russia's war on Ukraine nears 1 year
Zelenskyy is holding meetings with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and giving a speech to lawmakers. He told legislators that Ukraine "will always come out on top of evil."

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Feb 08, 2023

Why Zelenskyy visited the U.K. nearly 1 year into Russia's war on Ukraine
The Ukrainian president spoke to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and the Parliament, and made a plea for warplanes.

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Feb 08, 2023

Search teams race to find quake survivors as the death toll climbs past 11,000
Rescue workers in Turkey and Syria pushed into a third day of recovery operations on Wednesday as the death toll from this week's massive earthquake reached a grim milestone.

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Feb 08, 2023

Search teams try to find Turkey and Syria quake survivors as the death toll climbs
Rescue workers in Turkey and Syria pushed into a third day of recovery operations on Wednesday as the death toll from this week's massive earthquake reached a grim milestone.

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Feb 08, 2023

At least 9 GOP-led state legislatures want to restrict or criminalize drag shows
Lawmakers in Tennessee are advancing a bill that would restrict drag show performances in the state. This bill and others like it threaten the LGBTQ community as well as businesses, critics say.

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Feb 08, 2023

Elián González nearly became an American. Now, he's poised to become a Cuban lawmaker
Nearly 23 years after being ripped from a relative's home in Miami, González has been nominated to become a member of the communist country's parliament.

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Feb 08, 2023

In 2022, Ukraine was a rallying cry in the State of the Union. In 2023, not so much
Last year the State of Union came six days after Russia invaded Ukraine. Lawmakers waved Ukraine flags and cheered President Biden's stirring call for support. This year, the focus had changed.

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Feb 08, 2023

5 takeaways from Biden's State of the Union address
The president drew a clear distinction with House Republicans, baiting them into several moments of hectoring, while seemingly getting them to agree to not cut Social Security or Medicare.

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Feb 08, 2023

COVID test kits, treatments and vaccines won't be free to many consumers much longer
Insurers, employers, taxpayers and other consumers will all be affected as drugmakers move these products to the commercial market in May. How much you'll pay depends on your health insurance.

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Feb 08, 2023

No matter who wins, the first Super Bowl with 2 Black quarterbacks will make history
With Jalen Hurts under center for the Eagles and Patrick Mahomes helming the Chiefs, Sunday's game will mark a milestone after decades of effort by Black quarterbacks to overcome discrimination.

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Feb 08, 2023

Why the EPA puts a higher value on rich lives lost to climate change
There is one number that the Environmental Protection Agency relies on to decide which climate policies to pursue. So why does that number assume the lives of richer people are worth more?

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Feb 08, 2023

New York City is lifting its COVID-19 vaccine mandate for municipal employees
New York City began mandating COVID-19 vaccines for municipal employees in July 2021. The mayor said more than 96% of city employees are vaccinated.

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Feb 08, 2023

Memphis officer took and shared photos of bloodied Tyre Nichols, documents show
The Memphis officer stood over Tyre Nichols and took photographs, which he sent to other officers and a female acquaintance, according to documents released by the Tennessee's police standards panel.

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Feb 08, 2023

Sanders says the choice in the U.S. is 'normal or crazy' in GOP response to Biden
Arkansas' newly elected governor, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, drew a sharp contrast between Republicans and Democrats, especially with respect to what she called the "left-wing culture war."

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Feb 07, 2023

LeBron James breaks the NBA career scoring record, passing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
The last time a new name appeared atop the NBA's all-time points rankings was in April 1984. LeBron James was born later that year.

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Feb 07, 2023

Biden calls for passage of a bill to stop 'junk fees' in travel and entertainment
In his State of the Union speech, President Biden addressed the Junk Fees Prevention Act, which aims to limit the hidden fees and charges that exist in the entertainment and travel industries.

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Feb 07, 2023

Biden makes a pitch to 'finish the job' in his State of the Union address
President Biden repeated the phrase "Let's finish the job" in his address — a refrain likely to be heard as his unofficial pitch for a second term in office.

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Feb 07, 2023

Read President Biden's State of the Union speech
Read President Biden's State of the Union speech delivered on Feb. 7, 2023, as prepared for delivery.

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Feb 07, 2023

Biden's State of the Union guests include Bono, Tyre Nichols' parents and more
The attendees included cancer survivors and their families, a veteran and his caregivers, a health care professional from a Navajo reservation, a Holocaust survivor and more.

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Feb 07, 2023

Here's who's on Biden's guest list for the State of the Union
The invitees include cancer survivors and their families, a veteran and his caregivers, a health care professional from a Navajo reservation, a Holocaust survivor and more.

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Feb 07, 2023

The Pentagon says China declined a phone call in response to the balloon's downing
In a sign of continued tense relations, the U.S. says China declined the request for a phone call between top defense officials

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Feb 07, 2023

How to make sure your donation will do the most good for earthquake survivors
In the wake of the disaster, people around the world want to help. Here's advice from experts on how to select a charity.

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Feb 07, 2023

Gustavo Dudamel's new musical home is the New York Philharmonic
The New York Philharmonic announced Tuesday afternoon that the charismatic 42-year-old conductor will be taking on the music director designate post at the start of the 2025-26 concert season.

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Feb 07, 2023

A speechwriter's guide to watching tonight's State of the Union address
The State of The Union serves as a check-in with the President. But what can you learn from reading between the lines?

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Feb 07, 2023

Queen of salsa Celia Cruz will be the first Afro Latina to appear on a U.S. quarter
Cuban American icon Celia Cruz is being honored along with four other influential American women as part of the American Women Quarters Program.

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Feb 07, 2023

Beyoncé tour sales are off to a smoother start. What does that mean for Ticketmaster?
Ticketmaster seems to be feeling pressure and making changes as Beyonce´ tickets go on sale. While things appear to be running more smoothly so far, an economist says there's still cause for concern.

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Feb 07, 2023

Black caucus sees State of the Union as an important chance to push for police reform
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus invited families that have lost loved ones at the hands of police to be their guests at the State of the Union.

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Feb 07, 2023

One year later, still no medals in disputed Beijing 2022 Olympic team skating event
Skaters from Russia won the team event with the U.S. second and Japan third. But then it came to light that Russian Kamila Valieva had given a positive drug test weeks before the Olympics.

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Feb 07, 2023

She was declared dead, but the funeral home found her breathing
"This is an awful situation that has caused unnecessary trauma for the impacted resident and her loved ones," the New York attorney general's office told NPR.

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Feb 07, 2023

A newborn was found alive in the rubble after the earthquake in Syria
Residents digging through a collapsed building discovered a crying infant whose mother appears to have given birth to her while buried underneath the rubble. The mother and other family members died.

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Feb 07, 2023

Former prosecutor says Manhattan DA could have charged Trump with multiple crimes
Mark Pomerantz spent a year investigating Trump, from the hush-money payment to Stormy Daniels, to countless financial statements that wildly overstated assets. His book is People Vs. Donald Trump.

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Feb 07, 2023

Hispanic dialysis patients are more at risk for staph infections, the CDC says
Hispanic patients had a 40% higher risk of staph than white patients, a study found, and black patients are more at risk as well. The report outlines steps doctors can take to keep patients safer.

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Feb 07, 2023

Here's what you can expect Biden to say at tonight's State of the Union address
President Biden will give Americans a progress report on his four-part Unity Agenda, which he announced at last year's State of the Union address.

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Feb 07, 2023

Harry Whittington, the Texas attorney shot by Cheney during a 2006 hunting trip, dies
Whittington died at age 95 his home Saturday in Austin. In 2006, he and others were hunting with then Vice President Dick Cheney on a ranch, when Cheney, while aiming for a bird, struck Whittington.

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Feb 07, 2023

In Turkey and Syria, outdated building methods all but assured disaster from a quake
Structures that were constructed before building codes were updated following a 1999 earthquake in Turkey used lots of concrete and masonry, making them brittle and more vulnerable to collapse.

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Feb 07, 2023

In a first, South Korea must compensate a Vietnam War massacre survivor
Nguyen Thi Thanh was 7 years old in 1968 when she says South Korean marines killed five of her family members and shot her in the stomach.

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Feb 07, 2023

'Brutes' captures the simultaneous impatience and mercurial swings of girlhood
In plunging us into the collective mind of a group of girls watching the search for a missing girl, author Dizz Tate creates an original, stylistically ambitious take on well-trodden subject matter.

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Feb 07, 2023

How to watch and listen to President Biden's State of the Union speech
President Biden is delivering his State of the Union address on Tuesday night at 9 p.m. ET. The speech is expected to highlight the strength of the economy and past legislative wins.

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Feb 07, 2023

Photos: Searches continue after deadly quake in Turkey and Syria
Winter weather and dozens of aftershocks from Monday's 7.8 magnitude earthquake has slowed rescuers' work to search through the rubble and find survivors in Turkey and Syria.

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Feb 07, 2023

No, you can't predict earthquakes, the USGS says
If someone who predicts an earthquake seems to get it right, it's basically like a broken clock that's right twice a day, a USGS seismologist tells NPR.

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Feb 07, 2023

Earthquake death toll tops 7,200 in Turkey and Syria as race for survivors continues
Rescue workers fanned across Turkey and Syria Tuesday in a second day of desperate searches to find survivors from the massive earthquake and aftershocks that had the death toll climbing by the hour.

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Feb 07, 2023

Rescuers work for second day to find quake survivors as death toll surpasses 5,000
Rescue workers fanned across Turkey and Syria Tuesday in a second day of desperate searches to find survivors from the massive earthquake and aftershocks that had the death toll climbing by the hour.

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Feb 07, 2023

Rescuers work for second day to find quake survivors as death toll surpasses 5,400
Rescue workers fanned across Turkey and Syria Tuesday in a second day of desperate searches to find survivors from the massive earthquake and aftershocks that had the death toll climbing by the hour.

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Feb 07, 2023

Here are the key issues to watch for in Biden's State of the Union
The speech represents a chance for Biden to address the nation on where he thinks the country stands, where it is headed and what his priorities are ahead. Here, several issue areas to look out for.

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Feb 07, 2023

What's the fairest way to share cosmic views from Hubble and James Webb telescopes?
Astronomers are debating how quickly the observations of the Hubble Space Telescope and the James Webb Space Telescope should be made public.

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Feb 07, 2023

Here's what we know about what caused the Turkey earthquake
Seismologists say Monday's earthquake took place in a complex junction of faults that was long overdue for a big one. The destructive shaking was spread across many kilometers.

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Feb 07, 2023

An Airline Passengers' Bill of Rights seeks to make flying feel more humane
The meltdowns that recently brought flights to a halt have prompted lawmakers to draft new rules for airlines. The changes would give travelers at least $1,350 if bumped from an overbooked flight.

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Feb 07, 2023

Ukrainian soldiers benefit from U.S. prosthetics expertise but their war is different
A prosthetics clinic that once served mostly American military veterans is now helping Ukrainian amputees get state of the art prostheses.

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Feb 07, 2023

Tom Brady ends his football playing days, but he's not done with the sport
In an interview with NPR, Michael McCarthy of Front Office Sports spoke about Tom Brady's upcoming broadcast career. Brady signed a contract with Fox last year to be their lead NFL analyst.

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Feb 07, 2023

Immigration fees may go up and green card applicants could be hard hit
Facing a budget crunch, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is planning to raise the cost of applications. Attorneys say it could make green cards harder to obtain for working class immigrants.

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Feb 07, 2023

Need a new credit card? It can take almost two months to get a replacement
The ongoing chip shortage is causing card manufacturing delays that could last through the end of the year.

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Feb 07, 2023

Study: Commuting has an upside and remote workers may be missing out
Researchers surveyed commuters to find out what they do — and don't — get out of the daily trek to and from work. Many people say it's invaluable personal time to recover and switch gears.

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Feb 07, 2023

A player in Washington state wins the $747 million Powerball prize
Someone in Washington state overcame steep odds Monday night to win an estimated $747 million Powerball jackpot. Lottery officials said that a single ticket matched all six numbers.

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Feb 07, 2023

A new bill in Florida would give the governor control of Disney's governing district
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis would take control over the board of a special governing district Walt Disney World operates in Florida under a bill introduced Monday.

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Feb 07, 2023

AMC Theatres will soon charge according to where you choose to sit
AMC Theatres will charge more to sit in the middle of the auditorium, and less to sit on the front rows. The pricing model has already been implemented in select U.S. markets.

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Feb 06, 2023

Hundreds of ready-to-eat foods are recalled over possible listeria contamination
The foods are sold under dozens of different brand names, but all recalled products say Fresh Creative Cuisine on the bottom of the label. The recall affects items sold in nine East Coast states.

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Feb 06, 2023

Northern Syria has endured years of war. Now, an earthquake has added to the despair
Since the civil war began in 2011, Syria's northern region has been beset by crisis after crisis. Monday's devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake was "the last thing people need," one aid worker said.

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Feb 06, 2023

How a major election theory case at the U.S. Supreme Court could get thrown out
A major U.S. Supreme Court case from North Carolina about a once-fringe election theory may end up getting tossed out of the high court now that a state court in GOP hands is rehearing the case.

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Feb 06, 2023

The 'He Gets Us' commercials promote Jesus. Who's behind them and what is the goal?
Jesus Christ is now the center of a multimillion-dollar advertising campaign funded by the founder of Hobby Lobby and others.

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Feb 06, 2023

Brazil cracks down on illegal gold miners on an indigenous reserve in the Amazon
The illegal miners have polluted rivers and land in the reserve, leading to widespread hunger and disease.

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Feb 06, 2023

More than 2,500 people have died after earthquakes hammer Turkey and Syria
A powerful earthquake rocked southeastern Turkey and northern Syria early Monday, killing more than 2,500 people and injuring thousands more. Hundreds of families are still trapped.

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Feb 06, 2023

More than 3,400 people have died after earthquakes hammer Turkey and Syria
A powerful earthquake rocked southeastern Turkey and northern Syria early Monday, killing more than 3,400 people and injuring thousands more. Hundreds of families are still trapped.

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Feb 06, 2023

A Turkish castle that withstood centuries of invasions is damaged in the earthquake
Gaziantep Castle in southeastern Turkey dates back to the Hittite Empire and in modern times has been a museum and tourist attraction. Parts of the building were destroyed by Monday's earthquake.

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Feb 06, 2023

Ohio braces for a 'controlled release' of derailed train cars
Law enforcement are canvassing for any remaining residents in East Palestine, Ohio, as authorities plan to release and burn hazardous chemicals on Monday at 3:30 p.m. local time.

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Feb 06, 2023

Ohio crews conduct a 'controlled release' of toxic chemicals from derailed train cars
Crews released and burned hazardous chemicals that were in train cars in danger of exploding. About 50 train cars derailed near the Ohio-Pennsylvania border on Friday.

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Feb 06, 2023

Residents of northeast Ohio urged to evacuate after derailed train threatens explosion
About 50 train cars went off track in East Palestine, Ohio, near the Pennsylvania border on Friday. Some of the cars contained hazardous materials that could cause an explosion or release toxic gases.

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Feb 06, 2023

Photos: A devastating earthquake hits Turkey and Syria
Search-and-rescue efforts are underway as the death toll began soaring after a powerful earthquake struck southeastern Turkey and northern Syria early Monday.

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Feb 06, 2023

Latest on Ukraine: EU just banned Russian diesel and other oil products (Feb. 6)
Catch up on key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

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Feb 06, 2023

This wasn't the first Chinese balloon over the U.S. Why were the others ignored?
Chinese surveillance balloons have flown over the U.S. at least four times in recent years. But the incidents were relatively brief and did not cause a major stir.

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Feb 06, 2023

Como escuchar la cobertura bilingüe del Estado de la Unión de NPR
Este martes el Presidente Joe Biden dará el discurso anual del Estado de la Unión. Por primera vez, NPR News transmitirá la cobertura y análisis en inglés y español.

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Feb 06, 2023

Cómo escuchar la cobertura bilingüe del Estado de la Unión de NPR
Este martes el Presidente Joe Biden dará el discurso anual del Estado de la Unión. Por primera vez, NPR News transmitirá la cobertura y análisis en inglés y español.

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Feb 06, 2023

Busing migrants was a partisan lightning rod. Here's why Democrats have embraced it
Republican governors started the practice of transporting migrants from the U.S. southern border, but Democratic leaders have run with it. They say it's a humanitarian service, not a political stunt.

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Feb 06, 2023

A landmark subversion trial opens against high-profile Hong Kong democracy activists
Some of Hong Kong's best-known pro-democracy activists went on trial Monday in the biggest prosecution yet under a law imposed by China's ruling Communist Party to crush dissent.

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Feb 06, 2023

Gen Z's political power: new data gives insight into America's youngest voters
Generation Z, which turned out in large numbers along with millennials last election, is still new to politics. A report exclusively obtained by NPR adds more context to the youngest voting block.

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Feb 06, 2023

Family caregivers of people with long COVID bear an extra burden
When a case of COVID-19 morphs into the mysterious, chronic condition known as long COVID, the specialists, appointments, medications and daily need for family care can overwhelm everyone involved.

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Feb 06, 2023

When the seas rise in Senegal, so do the fortunes of far-right parties in Europe
Sweeping global trends are changing the world. As climate change heats up the planet and pushes people to migrate, far-right politicians see both a threat and an opportunity.

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Feb 06, 2023

Theater never recovered from COVID — and now change is no longer a choice
With ticket sales way down and government relief mostly at an end, business as usual is not an option for nonprofit performing arts groups.

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Feb 06, 2023

The State of the Union will showcase the state of the Biden-McCarthy relationship
President Biden developed a strong working relationship with Republican Senate Leader Mitch McConnell over the years. The same isn't true for Biden and new Republican Speaker Kevin McCarthy.

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Feb 06, 2023

A dolphin skull was found in someone's luggage in Detroit
The luggage was unaccompanied on an international flight re-entering the U.S. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is now in possession of the skull.

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Feb 06, 2023

2 abducted Missouri children are found in Florida after being missing nearly a year
Two abducted children who had been missing from Missouri for almost a year were found in a Florida grocery store with their non-custodial mother, who was taken into police custody, authorities said.

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Feb 06, 2023

China accuses the U.S. of indiscriminate use of force in shooting down of balloon
China on Monday accused the United States of indiscriminate use of force when the American military shot down a suspected Chinese spy balloon over the weekend.

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Feb 05, 2023

Beyoncé sets a new record for most Grammy wins in history
With four new prizes tonight, the megastar has now won more Grammy Awards than any other artist in the prizes' 65-year history. She has now won 32 Grammys.

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Feb 05, 2023

Beyoncé sets a new Grammy record, while Harry Styles wins album of the year
With four new prizes tonight, the megastar has now won more Grammys than any other artist in the awards' 65-year history. But Harry Styles took home the evening's biggest prize.

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Feb 05, 2023

A powerful 7.8 earthquake strikes Turkey
The 7.8 magnitude quake's epicenter was located near the cities of Nurdagi and Gaziantep, according to the United States Geological Survey.

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Feb 05, 2023

A powerful earthquake strikes Turkey and Syria
The 7.8 magnitude quake's epicenter was located near the cities of Nurdagi and Gaziantep, according to the United States Geological Survey.

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Feb 05, 2023

Hundreds are reported dead from an earthquake that has struck Turkey and Syria
Hundreds are believed either dead or injured from the 7.8 magnitude quake, whose epicenter was located near the cities of Nurdagi and Gaziantep, according to the United States Geological Survey.

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Feb 05, 2023

More than 1,000 are reported dead from an earthquake that has struck Turkey and Syria
Search-and-rescue efforts are underway after more than 1,000 are reported dead from a powerful earthquake that hit southern Turkey and northern Syria early Monday. The death toll is expected to rise.

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