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Feb 28, 2024

Michigan could help decide the presidency. But many there aren't excited to vote
NPR spoke to autoworkers, college students and Black churchgoers in the Detroit area about the general election. Many aren't excited about their likely choices, with some unsure they'll vote at all.

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Feb 28, 2024

Many in Michigan don't know how — or whether — they'll vote in the general election
NPR spoke to autoworkers, college students and Black churchgoers in the Detroit area about the general election. Many aren't excited about their likely choices, with some unsure they'll vote at all.

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Feb 28, 2024

A half-century later, students at the University of Mississippi reckon with the past
University of Mississippi students meet members of the school's Black Student Union from 1970. They were jailed and expelled from Ole Miss for protesting token integration.

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Feb 28, 2024

Christian nationalism's support is strongest in rural, conservative states
A new survey maps out support for Christian nationalist views state by state. Those views found most favor in conservative rural states such as Alabama and West Virginia.

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Feb 28, 2024

In Arizona, abortion politics are already playing out on the Senate campaign trail
Abortion proved to be a major issue in the 2022 midterms and again in 2023. This year, the presidential race puts extra attention on the ballot. In Arizona, that means the issue is front and center.

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Feb 28, 2024

Supreme Court hears challenge to Trump-era ban on bump stocks for guns
The regulation was enacted at the behest of President Trump after the shooting at a Las Vegas concert killed 60 people and injured 400 — in 11 minutes.

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Feb 28, 2024

The Palestinian Authority is promising change. Many Palestinians say it's not enough
The Palestinian Authority is poised for new leadership after its prime minister tendered the resignation of his cabinet. But it faces a steep climb to win back support from dissatisfied Palestinians.

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Feb 28, 2024

A tech billionaire is quietly buying up land in Hawaii. No one knows why
A mystery has been brewing in a small ranching town on Hawaii's Big Island. Word has it that Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff bought the land, stirring worries about what he plans to do with it.

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Feb 28, 2024

Why Taiwanese Americans are moving to Taiwan — reversing the path of their parents
The 1970s-90s saw a wave of Taiwanese immigrants to the United States. Now, some of their children are moving to Taiwan — and navigating the complex feelings that go with it.

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Feb 28, 2024

Idaho prepares to execute one of the longest-serving death row inmates in the U.S.
Officials say Thomas Creech's spiritual advisor will be allowed to stand next to Creech with a hand on his shoulder during the scheduled Wednesday execution. Creech has been imprisoned since 1974.

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Feb 28, 2024

2 men are found guilty for the 2002 killing of Run-DMC's Jam Master Jay
Jam Master Jay, one-third of the iconic hip-hop group Run-DMC, was killed in 2002 over a cocaine deal gone bad. A jury found two men guilty of the murder, including his godson.

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Feb 27, 2024

Expanding wildfires force Texas nuclear facility to pause operations
Rapidly moving Texas wildfires Tuesday prompted evacuations in small towns and shut down a nuclear facility as strong winds, dry grass and unseasonably warm temperatures fueled the blazes.

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Feb 27, 2024

The push to vote 'uncommitted' to Biden in Michigan exceeds goal
The group Listen to Michigan has been urging voters in the state to vote uncommitted on the Democratic ballot as a protest vote against President Biden's handling of Israel's war in Gaza.

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Feb 27, 2024

After 10 years of development, Apple abruptly cancels its electric car project
The tech giant's sudden move took the thousands of employees working on the effort by surprise and sent a jolt to the automotive industry, which was closely watching the specter of an Apple car.

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Feb 27, 2024

Police suspect U.S. couple are dead after their boat was hijacked in the Caribbean
The couple whose catamaran was hijacked last week by three escaped prisoners were presumed dead and likely had been thrown into the ocean, police said.

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Feb 27, 2024

Trying To Protect Access To IVF
The backlash to the Alabama Supreme Court ruling designating frozen embryos has been intense. Republicans at the state and national level have openly disagreed with the decision. And Democrats have used the ruling to hammer Republicans over reproductive rights.

Last month, Illinois Senator Tammy Duckworth introduced a bill to protect IVF. It hasn't gotten a lot of attention - until now.

Duckworth used IVF to build her own family, and has been warning since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade that the decision could lead to reproductive rights being challenged.

Duckworth discusses her legislation and whether she thinks republicans will support it.

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Feb 27, 2024

U.K. companies that tried a 4-day workweek report lasting benefits more than a year on
Many of the companies are so pleased with the results — improved wellbeing, lower turnover, greater efficiency — they're making the four-day workweek permanent.

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Feb 27, 2024

Congressional leaders hope to avoid a shutdown. But Ukraine aid is still unclear
After tense talks in the Oval Office, congressional leaders said they were hopeful they could reach a deal to avert a partial government shutdown on Friday. But they appeared divided on Ukraine aid.

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Feb 27, 2024

Why self-immolation has been used by political protesters for decades
Aaron Bushnell's death in Washington, D.C., is the latest example of an extreme form of protest that people have used to express their grievances and attract the attention of a global audience.

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Feb 27, 2024

Why Macy's is closing 150 department stores
The new CEO is culling "underproductive" locations, while opening more upscale Bloomingdale's and Bluemercury stores. Here's what's happening with the chain.

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Feb 27, 2024

After Alabama's ruling, this senator's bill aims to protect national access to IVF
Senator Tammy Duckworth has introduced a bill to protect access to IVF. She tells NPR about her own experience with fertility treatments and her attempts to build bipartisan support for her bill.

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Feb 27, 2024

Young Michigan voters are 'uncommitted' to Biden; U.S. airman dies of self-immolation
Michigan voters critical of Biden's support of Israel call on people to vote "uncommitted" in the state's primary. An Oxford scholar explains the history of self-immolation as political protest.

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Feb 27, 2024

There's a cheap and effective way to treat childhood diarrhea. So why is it underused?
A new study seeks to find the reasons that health-care personnel avoid the easy treatment for this potentially life-threatening condition.

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Feb 27, 2024

Cameo is being used for political propaganda — by tricking the stars involved
Lindsay Lohan and other celebrities were tricked into calling for the ouster of Moldova's president. It's the latest example of the Cameo app being used for an apparent political propaganda operation.

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Feb 27, 2024

On primary day, young Michigan voters are leading call to be 'uncommitted' to Biden
The campaign to check "Uncommitted" on the Michigan Democratic primary ballot has gained nationwide attention. At its center are the next generation of activists, leaders and voters.

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Feb 27, 2024

The rate of antidepressants prescribed to young people surged during the pandemic
Researchers analyzed a sample of about 221 million prescriptions from 2016 to 2022, in Americans between the ages of 12 and 25. The increase was prominent among young women and girls.

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Feb 27, 2024

Polls start to close in Michigan as Biden, Haley and Trump vie for delegates
The contests in Michigan aren't expected to be competitive even though the state will be key in the general election. Follow here for live results.

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Feb 27, 2024

Merriam-Webster says you can end a sentence with a preposition. The internet goes off
The dictionary publisher's guidance on the practice has people riled up. Grammarians say the made-up rule is one big waste of time. Not everyone is ready to let it go.

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Feb 27, 2024

Michigan Democrats and Republicans wrap up their presidential primaries today
Both President Biden and former President Donald Trump are vying for their party's delegates. Neither contest is expected to be competitive even though the state will be key in the general election.

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Feb 27, 2024

Have you been financially impacted by a weather disaster? Tell us about it
Have you experienced financial trouble after a flood, wildfire, hurricane or heat wave? NPR's Climate Desk wants to hear about it.

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Feb 27, 2024

Can a preposition be what you end a sentence with? Merriam-Webster says yes
The dictionary publisher's guidance on the practice has people riled up. Grammarians say the made-up rule is one big waste of time. Not everyone is ready to let it go.

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Feb 27, 2024

A stranger jumped into action when a 92-year-old started to be dragged by a car
When Ben Gomes got a call saying that his mother was badly injured, he feared the worst. But when he arrived at the hospital, he learned how a stranger's quick thinking had saved her.

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Feb 27, 2024

A stranger jumped into action when a 92-year-old started to get dragged by a car
When Ben Gomes got a call saying his mother was badly injured, he feared the worst. But when he arrived at the hospital, he learned how a stranger's quick thinking had saved her.

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Feb 27, 2024

Alabama justice's ties with far-right Christian movement raise concern
In the days after Alabama's Supreme Court deemed frozen embryos to be "extrauterine children," the chief justice's ties to a movement that experts call "Christian extremist" have come to light.

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Feb 27, 2024

A child's dream to 'drive' a space shuttle propels him toward a historic NASA mission
Navy Capt. Victor Glover, who spent nearly six months aboard the International Space Station, will be among four astronauts to venture back to the moon for the first time since 1972.

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Feb 27, 2024

Debt, missed classes and anxiety: how climate-driven disasters hurt college students
Floods, wildfires and hurricanes can have long-term financial consequences for college-age people. As climate change makes disasters more common, more and more students are struggling.

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Feb 27, 2024

Donald Trump appeals $454 million judgment in New York civil fraud case
The former president's lawyers filed notices of appeal Monday asking the state's mid-level appeals court to overturn the Feb. 16 verdict and reverse penalties that threaten Trump's cash reserves.

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Feb 27, 2024

Odysseus moon lander will cease working after sideways landing
Intuitive Machines, the company that built and flew the spacecraft, said it will continue to collect data until sunlight no longer shines on the solar panels, expected to happen Tuesday morning.

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Feb 27, 2024

Tuition will be free at a New York City medical school thanks to a $1 billion gift
Ruth Gottesman is a professor emerita of pediatrics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City. Gottesman's late husband, David, left the money to her upon his death.

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Feb 27, 2024

Here are Michigan's 2024 presidential primary results
Voting concludes Tuesday in Michigan's presidential primaries. Follow the results live.

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Feb 27, 2024

Pedestrian deaths fell modestly last year, but there's still a safety 'crisis'
The number of pedestrians killed on U.S. roads declined by 4% in the first half of last year, according to preliminary estimates. But pedestrian fatality numbers are still far above their 2019 levels.

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Feb 26, 2024

Biden says there could be a cease-fire in Gaza by Monday. Talks are still ongoing
Negotiators have been trying to reach a deal on a temporary cease-fire to to move hostages held in Gaza out of the territory. President Biden says he's optimistic the cease-fire could begin in a week.

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Feb 26, 2024

With or without a cease-fire, Netanyahu says Israeli operation in Rafah will happen
As talks over a cease-fire in Gaza continue, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his cabinet was reviewing military plans for Rafah, where more than a million Palestinians are sheltering.

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Feb 26, 2024

When is forgetting normal — and when is it worrisome? A neuroscientist weighs in
Charan Ranganath recently wrote an op-ed about President Biden's memory gaffes. He says forgetting is a normal part of aging. His new book is Why We Remember.

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Feb 26, 2024

Navalny was about to be swapped for a Russian prisoner in Germany, an associate says
An associate of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny says in a video statement talks were underway shortly before his death to exchange him for a Russian imprisoned in Germany.

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Feb 26, 2024

Photos: Humanitarian crisis grows in Gaza as mediation attempts resume
In the past week, the number of people displaced in Gaza reached 1.7 million, Egypt fears a border crisis in the Sinai Peninsula and negotiators began work toward a potential pause in the fighting.

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Feb 26, 2024

Hungary has approved Sweden's bid to join NATO, the final hurdle to membership
Hungary's parliament has approved Sweden's bid to join NATO, clearing the way for the Nordic nation's accession to the military alliance after two years of intense negotiations.

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Feb 26, 2024

FTC and 9 states sue to block Kroger-Albertsons supermarket merger
The Federal Trade Commission and 9 states want to stop the deal that would combine the country's two largest grocery store chains. The companies say they have to merge to compete with Walmart.

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Feb 26, 2024

Poland's judiciary was a tool of its government. New leaders are trying to undo that
Poland's far-right Law and Justice party spent eight years stacking the courts with allies, destroying the judiciary's independence. The new government is finding it's tough to undo the damage.

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Feb 26, 2024

Raising a child with autism in Kenya: Facing stigma, finding glimmers of hope
In Africa, there is a shortage of specialists and a lack of financial support for famlies who can't afford therapy. We look at how three families are coping.

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Feb 26, 2024

The Supreme Court will hear challenges to Texas and Florida social media laws
These cases raise a critical question for the First Amendment and the future of social media: whether states can force the platforms to carry content they find hateful or objectionable.

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Feb 26, 2024

Supreme Court justices appear skeptical of Texas and Florida social media laws
These cases raise a critical question for the First Amendment and the future of social media: whether states can force the platforms to carry content they find hateful or objectionable.

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Feb 26, 2024

Supreme Court justices appears skeptical of Texas and Florida social media laws
These cases raise a critical question for the First Amendment and the future of social media: whether states can force the platforms to carry content they find hateful or objectionable.

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Feb 26, 2024

Gaza cease-fire talks inch forward; Supreme Court hears social media censorship case
Negotiators are inching toward another cease-fire deal in Gaza, even as Netanyahu vows to move troops into Rafah. The Supreme Court hears a case that could define the internet's future.

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Feb 26, 2024

RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel says she'll step down March 8
The decision is not a surprise. McDaniel previously said she'd step down after the South Carolina primary, which was held Saturday.

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Feb 26, 2024

Why do we leap day? We remind you (so you can forget for another 4 years)
Why do we have leap years, and what are we supposed to do — or not do — with our rare extra day? NPR's Morning Edition spoke with experts in astronomy, history and economics to find out.

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Feb 26, 2024

Michigan's elections chief wants to protect voters, poll workers and democracy itself
Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson sat down with Morning Edition in Detroit days ahead of the state's primary to discuss her approach to election security in 2024.

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Feb 26, 2024

Why Egypt won't allow vulnerable Palestinians across its border
Egypt's empty Sinai Peninsula would offer safety for Palestinian civilians. But Egypt fears refugees might never be allowed back, citing the painful history of earlier Israeli-Palestinian wars.

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Feb 26, 2024

This is what happens when a wind farm comes to a coal town
Keyser in West Virginia represents a national shift in American energy production. And in a town that was defined by coal for generations, change can be difficult.

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Feb 26, 2024

AT&T will give $5 to customers hit by cellphone network outage
The Dallas-based company said on its website that customers will get the $5 credit on their account within two billing cycles. The credit does not apply to AT&T Business, prepaid service or Cricket.

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Feb 26, 2024

Vigils held nationwide for nonbinary Oklahoma teen who died following school fight
Nex Benedict, a 16-year-old who identified as nonbinary, got into an altercation with three girls in an Owasso High School bathroom who were picking on Benedict and some friends.

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Feb 26, 2024

Tuvalu names Feleti Teo as its new prime minister
The nation's former attorney general was named prime minister of the tiny South Pacific nation Monday. It was not immediately clear how the new government will affect China's influence in the country.

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Feb 25, 2024

Conservative megadonors Koch not funding Haley anymore as she continues longshot bid
The influential Koch network of conservative megadonors announced it will no longer be spending its resources on Haley's presidential bid, saying no outside group can "widen her path to victory."

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Feb 25, 2024

A man set himself on fire outside Israeli Embassy in D.C.
Local police say the man has been taken to the hospital with "critical life threatening injuries." The Air Force said the man was an active duty airman.

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Feb 25, 2024

A man set himself on fire outside Israeli Embassy in D.C., now in critical condition
Local police say the man has been taken to the hospital with "critical life threatening injuries."

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Feb 25, 2024

U.S. airman dies after setting himself on fire outside the Israeli Embassy
Police in Washington, D.C., identified the active duty member of the U.S. Air Force as 25-year-old Aaron Bushnell of San Antonio, Texas. He was rushed to the hospital Sunday with serious injuries.

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Feb 25, 2024

"De-influencers" Ring The Alarm On The Environmental Impacts Of Overconsumption
In the last few years, a new trend has emerged on social media: De-influencers.

Instead of selling, de-influencers encourage their followers to stop buying things they don't actually need. De-influencers are also using this trend as an opportunity to raise awareness about the negative impact of overconsumption on the environment.

From plastic packaging to useless gadgets that end up in landfills, over-consumption doesn't just have a negative effect on our wallets - but also on our planet and climate change.

We look at what role can de-influencers play in helping address climate change and spreading the message of sustainable living.

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Feb 25, 2024

31,000 Ukrainian troops have been killed so far in the war, Zelenskyy says
It's the first time Ukraine has publicly given a figure for military casualties. As Russia's war on Ukraine enters its third year, Zelenskyy says 2024 could be decisive.

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Feb 25, 2024

Jake Sullivan says U.S., Israel have agreed to 'basic contours' of a cease-fire deal
It's unclear whether Hamas would also sign on. The White House national security adviser also called on Republicans in Congress to approve more military aid to Ukraine.

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Feb 25, 2024

Decade's old missing person case solved after relative uploads DNA to genealogy site
Sandra Young was between 16 and 18 years old when she went missing in the late 1960s. Police in Oregon say an upload to the genealogy database GEDMatch helped them identify her remains.

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Feb 25, 2024

Decades-old missing person case solved after relative uploads DNA to genealogy site
Sandra Young was between 16 and 18 years old when she went missing in the late 1960s. Police in Oregon say an upload to the genealogy database GEDMatch helped them identify her remains.

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Feb 25, 2024

What could Biden's Israel-Gaza stance mean for his campaign? Michigan is an early test
Some Arab American, Muslim and young voters in the Detroit area plan to vote "uncommitted" in Tuesday's primary. They want to send a message to Biden: Call for a ceasefire or lose us in November.

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Feb 25, 2024

What could Biden's Israel-Gaza stand mean for his campaign? Michigan is an early test
Some Arab American, Muslim and young voters in the Detroit area plan to vote "uncommitted" in Tuesday's primary. They want to send a message to Biden: Call for a cease-fire or lose us in November.

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Feb 25, 2024

A new home for the African diaspora in Ghana stirs tensions
Ghana tried to create a haven for anyone from across the African diaspora. But for some Ghanaians, the project has become a source of bitterness.

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Feb 25, 2024

Series of recent DOJ cases show foreign operatives plotting assassinations in U.S.
State-sponsored assassination plots on U.S. soil may sound like the stuff of movies, but the Department of Justice says it has foiled four such cases since 2022.

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Feb 25, 2024

I'm a Ukrainian journalist. I never expected to be a war reporter in my own country
Polina Lytvynova, an NPR producer in Ukraine, reflects on the changes two years of war with Russia have brought to her country — and to her work as a journalist.

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Feb 25, 2024

Oppenheimer movie dominates SAG Awards, while Streisand wins lifetime prize
Oppenheimer dominated at the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards on Saturday, as several winners paid tribute to last year's actors' strike. Barbra Streisand was given a lifetime achievement prize.

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Feb 24, 2024

The U.S. and Britain carry out strikes on 18 Houthi targets in Yemen
The strikes targeted eight locations in Yemen that included missile storage and air defense systems, officials said.

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Feb 24, 2024

Cuban cabaret artist Juana Bacallao dies at 98
The legendary nightclub singer died Saturday in her hometown of Havana, according to a statement on social media from Cuba's Ministry of Culture.

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Feb 24, 2024

Putin remains defiant as ever 2 years into Russia's war in Ukraine
The Russian leader had a busy week, one that saw him exude confidence about Russia's military and economic resilience as Ukraine has increasingly struggled on the battlefield.

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Feb 24, 2024

Trying to eat more protein to help build strength? Share your diet tips and recipes
What do you eat to support muscle strength? NPR is reporting on diet and strength-building and we'd love to hear your suggestions for protein-rich snacks and meals.

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Feb 24, 2024

Haley calls Trump's 'disgusting' comments about Black people a 'huge warning sign'
Nikki Haley says inflammatory comments Donald Trump made about Black people Friday is more proof he will hurt the GOP in the November general election.

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Feb 24, 2024

Alexei Navalny's body has been handed over to his mother, an aide says
The director of Navalny's Anti-Corruption Foundation thanked "everyone" who had called on Russian authorities to return the Russian opposition leader's body to his mother.

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Feb 24, 2024

'A fabulous ambassador' Flaco, the beloved New York owl, died after building collision
Flaco, who fled the Central Park Zoo, thrived in New York City on his own for about a year before his death.

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Feb 24, 2024

Flaco, the beloved New York owl, died after colliding with a building
Flaco, who fled the Central Park Zoo, thrived in New York City on his own for about a year before his death.

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Feb 24, 2024

A Gaza influencer built a following with feel-good videos. Now he mourns his family
The Instagram influencer known as Kazanova built an audience of 440,000 followers with positive videos to lift spirits in Gaza. Most of his family was killed in an Israeli hostage rescue operation.

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Feb 24, 2024

After 2 years of war in Ukraine, 6 cities hold out hope under fire
In the 80% of Ukraine that remains in Kyiv's hands, two years of full-scale war with Russia have brought grief, destruction and, despite all, optimism.

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Feb 24, 2024

In Nikki Haley's hometown, support is strong. But that doesn't mean she'll win
Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is struggling in her home state's Republican primary polls, but residents say she has broad support in her hometown of Bamberg.

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Feb 24, 2024

They say you can't go home again. Nikki Haley can but it doesn't guarantee votes
Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is struggling in her home state's Republican primary polls, but residents say she has broad support in her hometown of Bamberg.

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Feb 24, 2024

Trump wins South Carolina's GOP primary as Haley vows to stay in the race
The former president has now won every contest where he was on the ballot. For Haley, the loss in her home state is a big blow to her bid for the GOP nomination. Still, she plans to keep campaigning.

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Feb 24, 2024

Trump wins South Carolina's GOP primary, beating Haley in her home state
Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley faced a critical election in her bid for the GOP presidential nomination in her home state of South Carolina. The race call came moments after polls closed.

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Feb 24, 2024

Voting in South Carolina's all-important Republican presidential primary ends today
Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley faces a critical election today in her bid for the GOP presidential nomination in her home state of South Carolina.

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Feb 24, 2024

Polls closing soon in S.C.'s GOP primary as Trump takes on Haley in her home state
Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley faces a critical election today in her bid for the GOP presidential nomination in her home state of South Carolina.

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Feb 24, 2024

Man guilty of killing transgender woman in hate crime trial over gender identity
It was the United States' first federal trial over an alleged hate crime based on gender identity. There have been hate crime prosecutions based on gender identity before, but none had reached trial.

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Feb 24, 2024

Here are South Carolina's 2024 Republican presidential primary results
Voting concludes Saturday in South Carolina's Republican presidential primary election. Polls open at 7 a.m. ET and close at 7 p.m. ET. Follow the results live.

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Feb 23, 2024

8 people killed in a head-on crash in central California farming region
Seven farmworkers traveling in a van and the driver of a pickup truck were killed Friday in a head-on crash in a farming area in central California, police said.

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Feb 23, 2024

U.S. lunar lander is on its side with some antennas covered up, the company says
Odysseus — the first U.S. lander in over 50 years — tipped over at touchdown and ended up on its side near the moon's south pole, hampering communications, Intuitive Machines officials said Friday.

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Feb 23, 2024

N.Y.'s crusading attorney general wins again with NRA verdict, Trump judgment
New York Attorney General Letitia James has built a reputation targeting powerful national figures. Critics say her lawsuits are politically motivated, but she keeps winning in court.

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Feb 23, 2024

Jury finds NRA, Wayne LaPierre liable in civil corruption case
Top executives for the gun rights nonprofit were accused of using millions in NRA donations for private luxuries. A jury found former CEO Wayne LaPierre liable for more than $5.4 million in damages.

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Feb 23, 2024

Biden is looking at options for the border. But he's running into legal issues
President Biden told governors that he's looking for ways to take executive action to reduce the number of migrants crossing the southern border — but he's limited by laws and lack of funding.

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