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Jan 27, 2021

Texas Hostage Standoff Leaves 2 Dead
The standoff at a doctor's office lasted five hours after police responded to a "disturbance type call" late Tuesday afternoon.

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Jan 27, 2021

In Phone Call, Biden Presses Putin Over Cyber Breach, Navalny
Despite disagreements on many issues, the president and the Russian leader agreed to extend the only remaining U.S.-Russia nuclear arms control deal.

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Jan 26, 2021

Pharmacist To Plead Guilty To Ruining Hundreds Of Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccine, DOJ Says
A pharmacist in Grafton, Wisc., is accused of tampering with supplies of the Moderna vaccine in December. He faces a maximum of 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine for each of two charges.

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Jan 26, 2021

Federal Judge Blocks Biden's 100-Day Deportation Moratorium
The judge issued a 14-day temporary restraining order Tuesday in a challenge filed by Texas. The ruling said Texas might "suffer imminent and irreparable harm" from a moratorium.

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Jan 26, 2021

Biden Administration Restores Aid To Palestinians, Reversing Trump Policy
The acting U.S. ambassador to the U.N. announced a renewed commitment to the two-state solution for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and a resumption of U.S. contact with Palestinian leaders.

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Jan 26, 2021

Florida's Vaccine Rollout Rife With Snags And Inequities
Gov. Ron DeSantis is touting the success of his policy providing COVID-19 vaccines to everyone 65 years and older in the state. But critics say the vaccine distribution favors some groups over others.

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Jan 26, 2021

Some European Countries Move To Require Medical-Grade Masks In Public
Germany, Austria and France have announced new measures that push fabric masks aside. European leaders have tied the policy changes to efforts to fend off fast-spreading coronavirus variants.

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Jan 26, 2021

CDC Makes Case For School Reopening
Federal researchers say, with proper safety precautions, schools don't seem to fuel outbreaks, with some exceptions, such as indoor sports practices.

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Jan 26, 2021

CDC Makes The Case For Schools Reopening
Federal researchers say, with proper safety precautions, schools don't seem to fuel outbreaks, with some exceptions such as indoor sports practices.

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Jan 26, 2021

California Health Secretary On Lifting Stay-At-Home Orders And Vaccinations
California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly talked with NPR about why the state eased some COVID-19 restrictions and addressed the relatively slow vaccine rollout.

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Jan 26, 2021

'Time For Us To See Action': A Call To Carry Out Biden's Order On Trans Troops
Army Staff Sgt. Patricia King talks about President Biden's reversal of the Trump-era ban on transgender troops, and what she hopes for the next steps.

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Jan 26, 2021

2020 Firearm Catch Rate At Airports Doubled From Previous Year
TSA agents found 3,257 firearms in carry-on bags at airport security checkpoints in 2020 — about 10 per million travelers. About 83% of those firearms were loaded, a TSA news release said.

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Jan 26, 2021

The Biden Administration Is Working To Buy 200 Million More COVID-19 Vaccine Doses
The Biden administration says it plans to buy an additional 100 million doses from both Moderna and from Pfizer and pledges greater transparency with state and local leaders about supply expectations.

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Jan 26, 2021

Early Procedural Test Shows Where Senate GOP May Stand On Convicting Trump
Sen. Rand Paul forced a vote on whether the Constitution allows the Senate to try a former president. Ahead of the trial it could indicate how many Republicans are open to voting to convict Trump.

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Jan 26, 2021

'Take The Politics Out Of The Census,' Biden's Commerce Pick Raimondo Says
Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo, expected to oversee the Census Bureau as the next commerce secretary, says she will "rely on the experts" at the agency to ensure that the 2020 census is accurate.

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Jan 26, 2021

Opinion: Why I'm An Invisible Man In The Global Vaccine Campaign
Nigerian physician Ifeanyi Nsofor writes: "I was elated when the first COVID-19 vaccine was shown to be effective. ...My joy was cut short when richer Western nations began buying up the vaccine doses."

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Jan 26, 2021

Tornado Rips Through Birmingham, Ala., Area Leaving At Least 1 Dead, Dozens Injured
The brunt of the twister's damage was sustained in the city of Fultondale, just north of Birmingham. The Jefferson County coroner confirmed one dead, whom officials said was a high school student.

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Jan 26, 2021

New Capitol Police Chief Offers 'Sincerest Apologies' To Congress
Acting U.S. Capitol Police Chief Yogananda Pittman told a House committee that the department expects to answer "for our failings on January 6th."

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Jan 26, 2021

Italy's Prime Minister Quits As COVID-19 Response Splits Coalition Government
Giuseppe Conte handed in his resignation Tuesday following weeks of political uncertainty and the loss of a coalition partner over his handling of the coronavirus' second wave and economic recovery.

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Jan 26, 2021

New Documentary Offers An Inside Look At '90s Middle East Peace Negotiations
The Human Factor gives a behind-the-scenes view of the peace effort between Israel and Palestine. We talk with filmmaker Dror Moreh and Dennis Ross, President Clinton's point man in the effort.

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Jan 26, 2021

A Writer Lost His Singing Voice, Then Discovered The 'Gymnastics' Of Speech
New Yorker writer John Colapinto developed a vocal polyp when he began "wailing" with a rock group without proper warmup. His new book explores the human voice's physicality, frailty and feats .

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Jan 26, 2021

Judge Orders Destruction Of Alleged Sex Tapes Of Robert Kraft
Misdemeanor solicitation charges against Kraft and other men were dropped last year after a Florida appeals court ruled that the videos were not admissible as evidence.

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Jan 26, 2021

Judge Orders Sex Tapes Allegedly Of Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Destroyed
Misdemeanor solicitation charges against Kraft and other men were dropped last year after a Florida appeals court ruled that the videos were not admissible as evidence.

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Jan 26, 2021

Biden Administration: Here's Who Has Been Confirmed So Far
President Biden has filled out his Cabinet picks, and is pushing Congress to confirm his nominees.

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Jan 26, 2021

Senate Confirms Blinken As Secretary Of State
The Senate confirmed Antony Blinken as President Biden's secretary of state on Tuesday. The vote was 78 to 22. As the top U.S. diplomat, Blinken will face an array of national security challenges.

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Jan 26, 2021

Senate Confirms Antony Blinken As Secretary Of State
The Senate confirmed Antony Blinken as President Biden's secretary of state on Tuesday. The vote was 78-22. As the top U.S. diplomat, Blinken will face an array of national security challenges.

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Jan 26, 2021

Biden Aims To Advance Racial Equity With Executive Actions
President Biden on Tuesday signs four executive actions aimed at upholding one of his key campaign themes.

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Jan 26, 2021

Biden White House Aims To Advance Racial Equity With Executive Actions
President Biden is signing four executive actions aimed at upholding one of his key campaign themes.

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Jan 26, 2021

Protesting Farmers Flood India's Capital, Storm Historic Fort
Tens of thousands of Indian farmers had been protesting on the outskirts of New Delhi for months. On Tuesday, they stormed the city, overshadowing a military parade on a national holiday.

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Jan 26, 2021

European Union Warns AstraZeneca Over Reduction In Vaccine Shipments
"The companies must deliver. They must honor their obligations," the European Commission's president said after both AstraZeneca and Pfizer said they were experiencing shipping issues.

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Jan 26, 2021

Congress And COVID-19: Members' Cases And Quarantines
Congress saw its first two members enter self-quarantine on March 8. Several outbreaks forced dozens more to quarantine after testing positive. Lawmakers started receiving the vaccine in December.

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Jan 26, 2021

My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell Permanently Suspended From Twitter
Lindell, a close ally of former President Donald Trump, had been using his Twitter account to spread disinformation about the 2020 presidential election, including false claims of voter fraud.

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Jan 26, 2021

Nursing Home Critics Say COVID-19 Immunity Laws Are A Free Pass For Neglect
Nearly 30 states temporarily shielded nursing homes from COVID-19 lawsuits. But resident advocates say that protection means they can't sue for things that have nothing to do with the coronavirus.

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Jan 26, 2021

Nursing Home Critics Say COVID-19 Immunity Laws Are Just A Free Pass For Neglect
Nearly 30 states temporarily shielded nursing homes from COVID-19 lawsuits. But resident advocates say that protection means they can't sue for things that have nothing to do with the coronavirus.

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Jan 26, 2021

How Severe Is Your State's Coronavirus Outbreak?
View NPR's maps and graphics to see where COVID-19 is hitting hardest in the U.S., which state outbreaks are growing and which are leveling off.

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Jan 26, 2021

McConnell Relents On Senate Filibuster Stalemate
The Senate minority leader backed down from demands that Democrats promise to keep the filibuster intact. He and Majority Leader Chuck Schumer can now negotiate a power-sharing agreement.

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Jan 26, 2021

The Pandemic Made Their Love Long Distance — From Just A Few Miles Apart
Everyone is trying to figure out how relationships work in the pandemic. That includes a couple keeping their love alive, ever since their group homes for adults with disabilities went into lockdown.

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Jan 26, 2021

They Lost Sons To Drug Overdoses: How The Pandemic May Be Fueling Deaths Of Despair
As drug overdose deaths rise during the pandemic, a former White House economist says social isolation could be partly to blame.

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Jan 26, 2021

Deaths Of Despair: How The Pandemic May Be Fueling Lethal Drug Overdoses
As drug overdose deaths rise during the pandemic, a former White House economist says social isolation could be partly to blame.

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Jan 26, 2021

Anti-Curfew Protests Flare Up in The Netherlands
At least 150 people were reportedly arrested amid violent protests against coronavirus restrictions in the Netherlands.

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Jan 25, 2021

A New Coronavirus Variant From Brazil, Is Found In Minnesota
A Twin Cities resident contracted a new variant of the coronavirus after traveling to Brazil. The new strain is believed to be more transmissible.

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Jan 25, 2021

A New Coronavirus Variant From Brazil Is Found In Minnesota
A Minneapolis-area resident contracted a new variant of the coronavirus after traveling to Brazil. The strain is believed to be more transmissible.

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Jan 25, 2021

Gorilla Gets Monoclonal Antibody Therapy For COVID-19
An older silverback gorilla in San Diego, Calif., received an array of treatments after it and others in the troop contracted the coronavirus. The therapy came from a supply meant for non-humans.

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Jan 25, 2021

Janet Yellen Confirmed By Senate, Making History As First Female Treasury Secretary
Janet Yellen was confirmed by the Senate to serve as Treasury secretary. She'll be the first woman to hold that post and will lead the Biden administration's efforts to address the pandemic recession.

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Jan 25, 2021

Uganda Security Forces Ordered To Stop Detention Of Losing Presidential Candidate
A judge ruled Monday that security forces surrounding the home of Bobi Wine, who lost a disputed election to President Yoweri Museveni, must leave. It's not clear if the ruling will be obeyed.

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Jan 25, 2021

South Dakota Health Leader On How The State Has Gotten Its Vaccine Out
South Dakota has administered roughly 80,000 of the 106,000 doses it has received so far, or 75%. Dr. Shankar Kurra in Rapid City says a centralized system helped for coordination.

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Jan 25, 2021

'Everything Broke': Global Health Leaders On What Went Wrong In The Pandemic
Six takeaways from discussions at the annual meeting of the World Health Organization's Executive Board.

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Jan 25, 2021

In Tiny Kansas Town, Pandemic Skeptics Abound Amid False Information And Politics
In 1957, residents of the southwestern town Protection set an example by being the first in the U.S. to be fully inoculated against polio. Now locals are divided on the safety of COVID-19 vaccines.

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Jan 25, 2021

Like So Much This Year In The NFL, The Pandemic Is Taking A Toll - On Super Bowl Ads
For the first time in 37 years Budweiser will not directly advertise its beer during the game. Other famous brands are also taking a pass.

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Jan 25, 2021

Like So Much This Year In The NFL, The Pandemic Is Taking A Toll — On Super Bowl Ads
For the first time in 37 years Budweiser will not directly advertise its beer during the game. Other famous brands are also taking a pass.

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Jan 25, 2021

Federal Data Reveal Which Hospitals Are Dangerously Full This Week. Is Yours?
COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to skyrocket in the U.S. NPR built a tool to explore the latest trends around the country. Look up your local hospital to see how it's faring.

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Jan 25, 2021

Education Pick Miguel Cardona On Biden's Promise To Reopen Schools
President Biden pledged to reopen most of the nation's K-12 schools during his first 100 days. When asked if that goal was "too optimistic," Cardona said, "No, I think it's strong leadership."

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Jan 25, 2021

Biden Administration Will 'Speed Up' Efforts To Put Harriet Tubman On $20 Bill
Press secretary Jen Psaki said it's important that "our money ... reflect the history and diversity of our country." The effort to redesign the $20 bill foundered during the Trump administration.

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Jan 25, 2021

Protests Sparked In Tacoma After Police Officer Drives Into Crowd
Protesters took the streets of Tacoma, Wash., after several people were struck and at least two were injured. The officer was placed on paid administrative leave.

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Jan 25, 2021

White House Enlists ASL Interpreters For Daily Press Briefings
People who are deaf or hard of hearing can now view an American Sign Language interpretation of the press briefings, White House press secretary Jen Psaki announced on Monday.

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Jan 25, 2021

Chicago Said Teachers Needed To Return In Person. The Teachers Voted No
After the union vote, the district said it had pushed back the return of K-8 teachers and staff until Wednesday to "ensure we reach a resolution without a disruption to student learning."

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Jan 25, 2021

Life Is 'Really Tough' For Refugees Trying To Settle In Pandemic America
Federal aid ends after 90 days, when refugees are expected to be self-sufficient. With the coronavirus on top of Trump administration cuts to the refugee program, the challenges are overwhelming.

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Jan 25, 2021

Sen. Patrick Leahy To Preside Over Trump's Senate Impeachment Trial
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts will not take on the role for the trial that begins the week of Feb. 8, a source says. A chief justice presides only when a sitting president is on trial.

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Jan 25, 2021

Remembering Broadcasting Legend Larry King
King began his career on radio in the '50s and went on to host Larry King Live on CNN, which ran for 25 years and taped over 6,000 shows. He died Jan. 23. Originally broadcast in 1982.

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Jan 25, 2021

California Lifts Stay-At-Home Orders: 'Light At The End Of The Tunnel'
State health officials are breathing a sigh of relief. But they are also cautious: More than 40 million Californians live in counties where COVID-19 risk is deemed "widespread."

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Jan 25, 2021

Moderna Finds COVID-19 Vaccine Less Effective Against Variant Found In South Africa
In a new round of tests, the drug company wants to see if booster doses of its vaccine will ramp up defenses against emerging strains of the coronavirus.

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Jan 25, 2021

Moderna Finds COVID-19 Vaccine Still Protects Against Emerging Strains
In a new round of tests, the drug company wants to see if booster doses of its vaccine will ramp up defenses against emerging strains of the coronavirus.

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Jan 25, 2021

Sen. Rob Portman Won't Seek Reelection
The Ohio Republican said it's a "tough time to be in public service," citing hyper-partisanship.

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Jan 25, 2021

Biden Repeals Trump-Era Ban On Transgender Troops
Former President Donald Trump had first ordered a ban on transgender troops in 2017, and President Biden had long promised to repeal the order.

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Jan 25, 2021

'When You Trap A Tiger' And 'We Are Water Protectors' Win Top Children's Book Honors
America's librarians award Tae Keller's When You Trap A Tiger the Newbury Medal and We Are Water Protectors illustrated by Michaela Goade and written by Carole Lindstrom won the Caldecott medal.

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Jan 25, 2021

Sarah Huckabee Sanders Announces Run For Arkansas Governor
"With the radical left now in control of Washington, your governor is your last line of defense," Sanders said in an announcement video. She was White House press secretary for President Donald Trump.

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Jan 25, 2021

Merck Stops Developing Both Of Its COVID-19 Vaccine Candidates
Merck, which previously made an Ebola vaccine, had been seen as a serious contender in the worldwide race to come up with an answer to COVID-19.

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Jan 25, 2021

Coronavirus Is Surging: How Severe Is Your State's Outbreak?
View NPR's maps and graphics to see where COVID-19 is hitting hardest in the U.S., which state outbreaks are growing and which are leveling off.

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Jan 25, 2021

Angered By New Coronavirus Restrictions, Protesters In Netherlands Clash With Police
Many people are angry that the Netherlands has imposed a new curfew to contain the spread of COVID-19 and new variants of the coronavirus.

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Jan 25, 2021

Biden Aims To Close Loopholes In Federal 'Buy American' Provisions
The measure is part of President Biden's promised push to boost U.S. manufacturing, and continues his efforts to sign a slew of executive actions during his first days in office.

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Jan 25, 2021

Biden's Solicitor General Faces Tough Choices On Trump Supreme Court Positions
At issue is whether the new administration should reverse course in cases where the Trump administration outlined a legal position. But the justices do not look kindly on the government flip-flopping.

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Jan 25, 2021

Tough Decisions Ahead For Biden's Incoming Solicitor General
At issue is whether the new administration should reverse course in cases where the Trump administration outlined a legal position. But the justices do not look kindly on the government flip-flopping.

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Jan 25, 2021

Some Seniors Face Shrinking Nest Eggs As They Care For Loved Ones During Pandemic
Many senior citizens entered their golden years with more debt than previous generations, and now they're struggling financially as they try to provide care for an ailing relative during the pandemic.

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Jan 25, 2021

House Poised To Transmit Article Of Impeachment Against Trump To Senate
The trial itself will begin on Feb. 9, giving the Democratic House impeachment managers and Trump's defense team two weeks to file briefs and finalize their legal preparations.

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Jan 25, 2021

Protect Pregnant Women 'Through Research,' Not 'From Research,' OB-GYNs Urge
As COVID-19 vaccines roll out, doctors say it's long past time to address the exclusion of pregnant women from research on drugs and vaccines. They say better study design is the answer.

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Jan 25, 2021

Fatal Police Shootings Of Unarmed Black People Reveal Troubling Patterns
Since 2015, police officers have fatally shot at least 135 unarmed Black people nationwide. The majority of officers were white and for at least 15 of them, the shootings were not their first or last.

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Jan 25, 2021

Biden To Implement Travel Restrictions To Combat New Coronavirus Variants
Newly discovered variants of COVID-19 in South Africa and Brazil could make the virus more infectious and may decrease the efficacy of vaccines.

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Jan 24, 2021

Mexican President López Obrador Tests Positive For COVID-19
Andrés Manuel López Obrador said his symptoms are mild. The Mexican leader has resisted lockdowns and repeatedly dismissed the health risks posed by the virus.

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Jan 24, 2021

Social Media Fueled Russian Protests Despite Government Attempts To Censor
Tens of thousands took to the streets across Russia, sharing photos and videos on social media faster than they could be removed, urging others to join.

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Jan 24, 2021

U.S. Tops 25 Million Confirmed Coronavirus Cases
The devastating news comes almost one year to the day after the first case of the virus was detected in the country, and as officials warn the situation will only grow worse before it gets better.

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Jan 24, 2021

11 Miners Rescued In China After 2 Weeks Trapped Below Ground
The workers became trapped on Jan. 10 following an unexplained explosion at a gold mine in the eastern province of Shandong. One miner has died and another 10 remain missing.

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Jan 24, 2021

New Zealand Records 1st Suspected COVID-19 Community Case Since November
A 56-year-old woman who had traveled to Spain and the Netherlands for work late last year has tested positive for the coronavirus. It's New Zealand's first probable community transmission in months.

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Jan 24, 2021

New Zealand Records First Suspected COVID-19 Community Case Since November
A 56-year-old woman who had traveled to Spain and the Netherlands for work late last year has tested positive for COVID-19. It's New Zealand's first probable community transmission in months.

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Jan 24, 2021

Politics Chat: Biden To Sign More Executive Orders In First Full Week As President
President Biden will begin his first full week in the White House. Many of the executive orders he's been signing and will sign this week are part of a plan he laid out for his first 10 days.

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Jan 24, 2021

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 at least 1 million globally.

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Jan 24, 2021

As Israelis Flock To UAE, They See A New Precedent: Peace Deals Without Giving Ground
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel's United Arab Emirates peace deal sets a precedent: Israel need not cede captured land to the Palestinians in order to win friends in the Arab world.

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Jan 23, 2021

Arizona Republicans Censure Party Leaders At Odds With Trump
State GOP members passed resolutions at a meeting on Saturday to condemn three party leaders who they said failed to support President Trump: Gov. Doug Ducey, former Sen. Jeff Flake and Cindy McCain.

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Jan 23, 2021

Facebook Oversight Board Co-Chair On Determining The Future Of Trump's Accounts
Facebook oversight board co-chair Jamal Greene tells NPR about what the board is considering as it weighs whether to allow Donald Trump back onto Facebook and Instagram.

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Jan 23, 2021

Lawmakers React As Trump Senate Impeachment Trial Gets Timetable
Prominent Republicans continued to criticize the idea of trying an out-of-office president, while some Democrats worried about hampering President Biden's agenda.

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Jan 23, 2021

Biden Is Catholic. He Also Supports Abortion Rights. Here's What That Could Mean
President Biden is only the nation's second Catholic president. He also supports abortion rights — a position at odds with his church.

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Jan 23, 2021

Fauci Relishes A 'Hallelujah' Moment
Dr. Anthony Fauci, now President Biden's chief medical adviser on COVID-19, says he rejoiced when the new president said that "science and truth" would guide the nation's policies toward the pandemic.

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Jan 23, 2021

Who Wants To Be A Billionaire? $1 Billion Winning Lottery Ticket Sold In Michigan
The odds of winning the top prize were 1 in over 300 million.

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Jan 23, 2021

Protests Swell Across Russia Calling For The Release Of Kremlin Critic Alexei Navalny
Russian authorities warned of mass arrests as demonstrators marched in open defiance of the Kremlin and called on President Vladimir Putin to free the jailed opposition leader.

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Jan 23, 2021

More Than 3,000 Arrested In Russia In Protests Calling For Release Of Alexei Navalny
Russian authorities warned of mass arrests as demonstrators marched in open defiance of the Kremlin and called on President Vladimir Putin to free the jailed opposition leader.

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Jan 23, 2021

Veteran Broadcaster Larry King Dies At 87
With his trademark suspenders and Brooklyn-accented baritone, King spoke with world leaders, celebrities, authors, scientists, athletes — everyone.

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Jan 23, 2021

What Trump's Declassified Asia Strategy May Mean For U.S.-China Relations Under Biden
Critics say by publicly releasing the document, the Trump administration was trying to bind the Biden administration to its own policies, while confirming China's worst fears about U.S. intentions.

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Jan 23, 2021

New York City's Vaccine Outreach Aims To Dispel Mistrust Among Communities Of Color
New York City is trying to build trust for coronavirus vaccines by doing pop-up food banks and flu vaccine clinics at churches and community centers in minority neighborhoods.

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Jan 23, 2021

Longtime Illinois House Speaker Steps Down Amid Corruption Probe
The nation's longest serving state house speaker in modern history, Democrat Michael Madigan from Illinois, stepped down from the speakership. He was driven from power by a federal corruption probe.

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Jan 23, 2021

Opinion: Joe Biden's Lifetime Of Experience
NPR's Scott Simon reflects on the life and career of the nation's newest, and oldest, president.

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Jan 23, 2021

Parents With Disabilities Face Extra Hurdles With Kids' Remote Schooling
Parents with disabilities often face extra issues with remote learning. A deaf mom whose first language is American Sign Language is navigating the challenge of monitoring her hearing child's work.

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