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Jun 13, 2024

Hamas' cease-fire demands, Joey Chestnut banned from hot dog contest
Mediators try to bridge gaps after Hamas' demands to Biden's cease-fire plan. America's eating champion Joey Chestnut is banned from a NYC hotdog contest after signing with a plant-based meat company.


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Jun 13, 2024

A jury says Chiquita should pay millions over paramilitary killings in Colombia
The jury awarded plaintiffs $38.3 million in damages saying that Chiquita was liable for killings perpetrated by the AUC-Autodefensas Unidas de Colombia (the United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia).


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Jun 13, 2024

India defeats the U.S. in a match in the Cricket T20 World Cup
The loss to India means the U.S. has a critical match coming up on Friday against Ireland. It's the first time the tournament has been held in the U.S.

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Jun 13, 2024

A business leader, who's a vocal supporter of Trump, explains what corporations want
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to businessman and talk radio show host John Catsimatidis, CEO of Red Apple Group, about support for presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump among business leaders.

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Jun 13, 2024

Trouble for ecstasy? What MDMA's FDA setback could mean for psychedelics
Psychedelics researchers and investors are still reeling from last week's no vote for MDMA by a panel of advisers to the FDA.

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Jun 13, 2024

David Lynch says he thought his newest work was 'total BS' at first
David Lynch doesn't do a lot of interviews. The Twin Peaks and Mulholland Drive creator usually just lets his work speak for itself. But he was excited to talk to Rachel about his new album coming out this summer, Cellophane Memories. And he also was game to dive into his love for transcendental meditation, a fateful childhood psychosomatic illness and a memorable encounter with a Buddha statue.

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Jun 13, 2024

Trump to meet with GOP lawmakers to sketch a plan for a possible second term
Former President Donald Trump is set to meet with congressional Republicans to discuss policy plans for a possible second administration.

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Jun 13, 2024

Whistleblower tells ProPublica about Microsoft's cybersecurity lapses
A Whistleblower told ProPublica that Microsoft chose profit over security and left the U.S. government vulnerable to a Russian hack.

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Jun 13, 2024

Fans turned out when the 'Bull Durham' house went on the market for $1.6 million
When the house where the iconic '80s baseball movie "Bull Durham" was filmed went on the market, it attracted a lot more fans than buyers.

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Jun 13, 2024

Can seized Russian assets help pay for Ukraine aid?
G7 leaders are meeting in Puglia, Italy, this week. At the top of their agenda: the tricky details of how to use frozen Russian assets to support Ukraine.

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Jun 13, 2024

While women outnumber men on campus, their later earnings remain stuck
On college campuses, women are making inroads in male-dominated fields like engineering and business. But that is not eliminating the earnings gaps in leadership and income in the workplace.

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Jun 13, 2024

This new brain-mapping device could make neurosurgery safer
A flexible film bristling with tiny sensors could make surgery safer for patients with a brain tumor or severe epilepsy.

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Jun 13, 2024

The 'Inside Out' movies give kids an 'emotional vocabulary.' Therapists love that
Pixar's Inside Out was praised for helping kids understand how emotions affect their actions. Adults learned a few things too. The sequel's new characters include Anxiety, Embarrassment and Ennui.

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Jun 13, 2024

The war in Ukraine will likely intensify this summer. Here's what to know
Fighting in the Russia-Ukraine war has tended to pick up in summer, when it's warmer, drier and easier for both sides to maneuver. Here are five key regions and themes to know in the months ahead.

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Jun 13, 2024

The lack of Black sperm donors is a nationwide problem
Researchers are studying why there's a dearth of black sperm donors and how to increase the numbers.

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Jun 13, 2024

Utah, hoping for ‘tangible results' on recidivism, is looking for possible solutions
Utah' experiment in bringing court hearings to remote Indigenous communities instead of requiring people on probation and parole to travel long distances is inspiring other states.

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Jun 13, 2024

Lakers legend and hall of famer Jerry West dies at 86
Jerry West is the player whose silhouette is depicted in the NBA's logo -- although the league has never officially confirmed that.

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Jun 13, 2024

Morning news brief
It's the first day of the G7 summit in Italy -- President Biden is there. Israel and Hamas are willing to reach an initial ceasefire, but beyond that details get tricky.

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Jun 13, 2024

Wreck of famed explorer Shackleton's last ship has been found off the coast of Canada
The explorer led three British expeditions to the Antarctic, and he was in the early stages of a fourth when he died of a heart attack aboard the Quest near the Falkland Islands.

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Jun 13, 2024

European Commission to impose tariffs of nearly 40% on electric vehicles from China
NPR's Rob Schmitz talks to analyst Scott Kennedy about how the European Commission's planned tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles might impact the EV industry in the United States.

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Jun 13, 2024

More than 80% of people in Gaza have been displaced from their homes, Mercy Corps says
NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with Arnaud Quemin, Middle East director of Mercy Corps, about the humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip.

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Jun 13, 2024

Why the number of American students choosing to study in China remains low
American students are slowly returning to China. Although concerns about their safety linger, some say it is still worth it, given the importance of China to the U.S.

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Jun 13, 2024

Wild horses are being reintroduced to their native habitat in Kazakhstan
Known as Przewalski's horses, the animals have been missing from Kazakhstan's landscape for 200 years. They're being reintroduced, where they'll play a crucial role in the ecosystem.

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Jun 13, 2024

Venezuela's regime aims to demoralize the opposition ahead of July's election
Venezuela's authoritarian government has been making life complicated for the opposition's campaign efforts ahead of next month's presidential elections.

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Jun 13, 2024

G7 summit opens with deal to use Russian assets for Ukraine
With the U.S., Great Britain and France facing elections in coming months and a rightward shift in European parliamentary elections, there is pressure for leaders to act while the status quo lasts.

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Jun 13, 2024

NASA says it accidentally sent out an emergency signal meant for training purposes
A NASA simulation accidentally aired on the space agency's livestream. NASA said all crew members are healthy, safe and preparing for a spacewalk scheduled for Thursday.

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Jun 12, 2024

ACLU sues Biden administration over new executive action on the southern border
President Biden is using new executive actions to block migrants from seeking asylum at the southern border. The ACLU says this goes against U.S. asylum laws.

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Jun 12, 2024

House republicans vote to hold Attorney General Merrick Garland in contempt


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Jun 12, 2024

Increased Fighting on the Israel-Lebanon Border
There are fears of a second full-on war igniting on Israel's northern border. Hezbollah, the group based in Lebanon and backed by Iran, has been trading fire with Israeli forces across the Israel-Lebanon border. We hear from two NPR correspondents who each visited a side of that border.

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Jun 12, 2024

Colorado Republicans call to oust party chairman after he attacked Pride Month


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Jun 12, 2024

Immigrations groups challenge Biden's asylum restrictions in court
Several pro immigrant organizations -- the ACLU, National Immigrant Justice Center, and Texas Civil Rights Project—filed the first lawsuit challenging the Biden administration's executive actions restricting asylum in the Southern border.

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Jun 12, 2024

Southern Baptists don't change their stance banning women pastors
The Southern Baptists Convention has wrapped with votes on banning churches with women pastors and opposing IVF reproductive practices plus revisiting reforms proposed to handle sex abuse claims.

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Jun 12, 2024

Patti Davis on Hunter Biden, addiction, and the pressure of the public spotlight
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Patti Davis about Hunter Biden's trial, addiction, and the pressure of the public spotlight.

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Jun 12, 2024

NBA great Jerry West dies
NBA legend Jerry West has died. His silhouette is the basis of the NBA logo and was an All-Star each of the 14 years he played for the Los Angeles Lakers. He left his mark as a team executive too.

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Jun 12, 2024

A view from both sides of the Israel-Lebanon border
Cross-border fire between Israel and Hezbollah in Lebanon has hit a new high during the 8-month Gaza war: many fear it could ignite a full-on war

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Jun 12, 2024

U.S. presidents and foreign policy
Voters may not have foreign policy at the top of their list of concerns, but it is a major part of a U.S. president's role.

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Jun 12, 2024

Nevada's nonpartisan voters could play a major role in deciding key U.S. senate race
Nevada's U.S. Senate race will be closely watched this year. One voting group critical in the outcome is nonpartisan voters, who make up more than 30 percent of the state's registered voters.

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Jun 12, 2024

'Always Sunny' creator Rob McElhenney on his pandemic purchase: a Welsh soccer team
McElhenney says he bought the team to "bring hope to a town that had fallen on hard times." The FX series Welcome to Wrexham chronicles the team and its owners and fans.

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Jun 12, 2024

The Fed holds rates steady, sees only one rate cut in 2024 as inflation cools slowly
The Federal Reserve held interest rates steady while signaling it can cut rates only once this year. The decision came after data earlier showed inflation cooling slightly.

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Jun 12, 2024

Have we reached peak yoga in the U.S.? The CDC wants to know
Around 1 in 6 U.S. adults practice yoga. The mind-body activity has grown and evolved over recent decades, into more accessible versions that reflect a current focus on mental health and mobility training, researchers say.

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Jun 12, 2024

Filmmaker who recorded Alito, Roberts says she did it ‘in service of a public good'
NPR's Steve Inskeep asks filmmaker Lauren Windsor about her secret recordings of John Roberts and Samuel Alito.

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Jun 12, 2024

Hot dog-eating champ Joey Chestnut won't compete this July 4. What's the beef?
The 16-time reigning champion lost his spot in this year's competition after signing an endorsement deal with a company that makes plant-based hot dogs, potentially clearing the way for an underdog.

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Jun 12, 2024

When a romance ends, can a friendship grow? NPR listeners weigh in
Listeners explain why they decided to remain friends with their exes, keep a friendly distance — or leave them behind.

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Jun 12, 2024

Hunter Biden found guilty on federal gun charges; Philly's tribute to Marian Anderson
Hunter Biden was found guilty of three felony charges stemming from his purchase of a handgun in 2018. The Philadelphia Orchestra renames its concert hall after hometown legend Marian Anderson.

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Jun 12, 2024

House Republicans prepare to hold Attorney General Garland in contempt
The House is expected to vote Wednesday on a resolution to hold Attorney General Merrick Garland in contempt.

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Jun 12, 2024

Analysis of what a hidden microphone may have revealed about the Supreme Court
NPR's Steve Inskeep asks legal analyst Sarah Isgur for her reaction to the secret recordings of Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Samuel Alito and his wife.

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Jun 12, 2024

A filmmaker secretly records Supreme Court Chief Justice Roberts and Justice Alito
NPR's Steve Inskeep asks filmmaker Lauren Windsor about her secret recordings of John Roberts and Samuel Alito.

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Jun 12, 2024

Why G7 leaders are turning to a special guest — Pope Francis — for advice on AI
G7 leaders are meeting in Italy, where Pope Francis will join them to talk about the ethics of artificial intelligence.

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Jun 12, 2024

African ancestry genes may be linked to Black Americans' risk for some brain disorders
A new genomic analysis hints at why African Americans face a higher risk of Alzheimer's and stroke, but a lower risk of Parkinson's.

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Jun 12, 2024

Biden administration announces a plan for removing medical debt from credit reports
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released proposed federal regulations that would prevent unpaid medical bills from being counted on consumers' credit reports.

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Jun 12, 2024

This prison newspaper has been publishing for more than a century
A newspaper in a Minnesota prison began publishing more than a century ago. The paper covers prison life and gives its writers purpose. It's one of around two dozen similar publications nationwide.

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Jun 12, 2024

Hawaii's birds are going extinct. Their last hope could be millions of mosquitoes
Hawaii's unique birds, known as honeycreepers, are being wiped out by mosquitoes carrying avian malaria. The birds' last hope could be more mosquitoes, designed to crash their own population.

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Jun 12, 2024

A check on inflation and whether interest rates could be lowered
The Labor Department reports Wednesday on what happened with inflation last month. Later, the Federal Reserve will provide an updated forecast of where interest rates are going.

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Jun 12, 2024

President Biden shows support for his son Hunter after being convicted in gun case
President Biden made a quick trip to Delaware after his son Hunter was convicted of felony gun charges. It's not clear whether Hunter Biden will appeal the conviction, or when sentencing will occur.

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Jun 12, 2024

How to be a cricket fan when you're new to the sport
The U.S. men's team plays India in the T20 World Cup in suburban New York City. India advancing in the tournament is normal, but for the U.S. team it's unexpected. It has already beat Pakistan.

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Jun 12, 2024

Southern Baptist Convention set to vote on whether to ban female pastors
A change to the constitution of the Southern Baptist Convention could mark the end of women serving in pastoral roles.

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Jun 12, 2024

Can the tech industry solve child care problems? Some companies are betting on it
A tech company out of San Diego is working to solve the vexing problem that is child care, by creating a platform where employers, working parents and child care providers can connect and transact.

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Jun 12, 2024

Sam Brown wins Nevada's Republican Senate Primary to challenge Democrat Jacky Rosen
This year's U.S. Senate race in Nevada is expected to be one of the country's most competitive congressional contests this fall. It could decide which party controls the Senate.

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Jun 12, 2024

French singer Françoise Hardy has died at 80
Hardy was diagnosed with lymphatic cancer in 2004, and also had laryngeal cancer.

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Jun 12, 2024

Despite women-only cars, Mexico City's metro still has a gender violence crisis
Nine out of 10 women who've ridden Mexico City's public metro system claim to have been victims of sexual harassment despite cars that are reserved only for women and children.

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Jun 12, 2024

A jet missing since 1971 has been found at the bottom of Vermont's Lake Champlain
The corporate jet disappeared shortly after departing the Burlington airport for Providence, R.I., on Jan. 27, 1971. At least 17 searches since then had turned up nothing.

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Jun 12, 2024

Sandy Hook survivors to graduate with mixed emotions without 20 of their classmates
About 60 of the 330 kids graduating from Newtown High School will also be carrying the emotional burden of knowing that many of their former classmates won't get to walk across the stage with them.

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Jun 12, 2024

Sam Brown wins Nevada's GOP Senate Primary to challenge Democrat Jacky Rosen
Republican Sam Brown will face incumbent Democratic Sen. Jacky Rosen, who also won her primary Tuesday night, in a race that could help decide which party controls the U.S. Senate.

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Jun 11, 2024

From the physics of g-force to weightlessness: How it feels to launch into space
We kickoff our series Space Camp with a look at space launches. What does hurtling into space feel like? What physics are involved? And what's the "junk" in Earth's orbit?

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Jun 11, 2024

4 people are charged in a Connecticut city election misconduct case
Four people involved with a 2019 mayoral primary in Connecticut's largest city were charged for allegedly misusing absentee ballots. Similar accusations roiled the 2023 mayoral election as well.

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Jun 11, 2024

Israel's fighting with Hezbollah, on its border with Lebanon, is intensifying
The low-level war between Israel and Lebanon is ramping up, with cross border rocket fire and emptied towns. There are fears that it could lead to a major conflagration.

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Jun 11, 2024

What horse race journalists have to say about election reporting
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks to reporter Annie Aguiar about her article in Poynter titled "What do horse race journalists think of ‘horse race journalism'?"

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Jun 11, 2024

Virginia NAACP sues school board that restored Confederate names
Plaintiffs in the federal lawsuit filed in Virginia include students who say they don't want to be forced to glorify or represent historical figures who fought to maintain slavery and white supremacy.

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Jun 11, 2024

Florida ban on trans care for minors struck down
A federal judge has ruled Florida's 2023 law banning medical care for transgender children is unconstitutional. The law was a priority for Governor Ron DeSantis.

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Jun 11, 2024

Pandemic aid for schools is ending soon. Many after-school programs may go with it
Afterschool programs can improve students academic and social skills, and many got a big boost from pandemic relief funding. But that money is expiring soon, and some programs may disappear with it.

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Jun 11, 2024

FBI Agents face tough times amid high housing costs
Housing costs in major cities is leading to a financial squeeze for many FBI agents. They're asking Congress to help.

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Jun 11, 2024

What is Dental Therapy and why is the American Dental Association pushing against it?
Dental Therapy could be one solution for improving oral care in underserved rural communities. What new momentum is there for dental therapy, and why is the American Dental Association pushing back?

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Jun 11, 2024

Southern Baptist Convention will decide whether to expel churches with women pastors
NPR's Mary Louise talks to professor Beth Allison Barr about the Southern Baptist Convention's planned vote this week on whether to expel churches where women are pastors.

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Jun 11, 2024

Secret audio raises new questions about Supreme Court Justice's impartiality
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito was recently caught in a hot mic situation. NPR's David Folkenflik talks about what this means from a media and business angle.

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Jun 11, 2024

Trump could - and wants to - shake up U.S. foreign policy even more in a second term
Promising to revaluate NATO and reshape global trade, former President Donald Trump is crafting foreign policy that picks up where he left off after his first term and takes things to the next level.

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Jun 11, 2024

China arrests a man in connection to stabbing of 4 U.S. college instructors
The four instructors from a college in Iowa were injured in a rare stabbing attack in a public park in China.

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Jun 11, 2024

In deadly day care fentanyl case in NYC, 2 men plead guilty as trial was set to start
Before calling 911, officials said, day care operator Grei Mendez called her husband, Felix Herrera Garcia, who has now pleaded guilty to federal charges. A 1-year-old died from drugs at the facility.

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Jun 11, 2024

Federal jury convicts Hunter Biden on felony gun charges
A federal jury has found Hunter Biden, President Biden's son, guilty of making false statements about his drug use when buying a firearm illegal possession of a firearm by a drug user or addict.

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Jun 11, 2024

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says ‘dark money' sways the Supreme Court
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says dark money surrounds the Supreme Court. She and other members of Congress will meet to discuss an 'ethics crisis' in the Supreme Court.

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Jun 11, 2024

Hunter Biden found guilty on all counts
This was the first of two cases against Hunter Biden brought by a Justice Department special counsel. Biden also faces tax charges in a separate prosecution scheduled to go to trial in September.

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Jun 11, 2024

1 in 10 eligible U.S. voters say they can't easily show proof of their citizenship
An estimated 21.3 million adult U.S. citizens don't have or can't easily access documents proving their citizenship. The findings raise concerns about requiring proof when registering eligible voters.

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Jun 11, 2024

Here's why an Arizona medical examiner is working to track heat-related deaths
No one across the U.S. is consistently tracking climate-fueled deaths. One medical examiner has a new protocol on heat-deaths.

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Jun 11, 2024

Apple debuts AI features; how plastics became ingrained in our lives
Apple announced several new AI features and a partnership with ChatGPT-maker OpenAI at its Worldwide Developers Conference. How the plastic industry ingrained the material into our lives — and what activists are trying to do about it.

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Jun 11, 2024

In the Israeli-occupied West Bank, Palestinians are living their lives -- anxiously
Palestinians living in Ramallah, the West Bank's largest city, say they are trapped, unable to travel because of settler violence and checkpoints.

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Jun 11, 2024

Democratic members of Congress say Supreme Court is embroiled in an 'ethics crisis'
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) about alleged ethics violations at the Supreme Court.

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Jun 11, 2024

Once underdogs in the presidential race, Haley voters could now be kingmakers
Many of Nikki Haley's voters wanted an alternative to Biden and Trump. But now, these potential swing voters have to choose between the two men, again.

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Jun 11, 2024

How 2 unexpected wars are defining Biden's presidency
President Biden pulled U.S. troops out of Afghanistan and showed no desire for other military adventures. But the unexpected wars in Ukraine and Gaza have become defining issues of his presidency.

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Jun 11, 2024

U.S. citizens detained abroad still face tax fines. Lawmakers want to change that
The number of Americans who are wrongfully detained abroad has increased in the last decade. If they're able to return to the U.S, they face bureaucratic hurdles to getting their lives back on track.

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Jun 11, 2024

What's next up for the Supreme Court? Abortion rights, gun laws and more
The Supreme Court will be issuing major rulings in the next month. Normally by this point in the term there are between four and six really big cases left. This year, there are over a dozen.

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Jun 11, 2024

A strong dollar is great news for most of us — but not everybody is a winner
A surge in the dollar has benefited many Americans and reinforced the country's economic strength — but it has also caused a lot of pain for others.

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Jun 11, 2024

FAQ: 5 things to know about weather forecasts and climate change
Climate change means more extreme weather across the U.S. That's a challenge for weather forecasters.


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Jun 11, 2024

In some Alaska villages, hunting and fishing season starts with a "throwing party"
Also known as "seal parties," the tradition brings women together to mark first catches and — more recently — other achievements as well.

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Jun 11, 2024

In Baltimore, nurses go door-to-door to bring primary care to the whole neighborhood
A cadre of Johns Hopkins nurses are adapting a model for primary care that's been successful in Costa Rica. They will visit every household in a Baltimore community to assess health care and social needs at least once a year.

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Jun 11, 2024

A woman undergoing chemotherapy gets a special message from a stranger
Not long after chemotherapy for ovarian cancer, Mary Fran Lyons was walking through a mall, self-conscious about losing her hair. Then a stranger came up to her and gave her hope.

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Jun 11, 2024

Green parties suffered dramatic losses in the European parliament elections
NPR's Rob Schmitz asks Aurélien Saussay of the London School of Economics why support for Green parties crashed in last weekend's European elections.

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Jun 11, 2024

In Oklahoma, there's a push to lower penalties for cockfighting.
Cockfighting, the practice of fighting roosters, is illegal in all 50 states and is a federal crime. There's a push in Oklahoma to lower the penalties for cockfighting there.

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Jun 11, 2024

GOP states sue to block federal regulations on LGBTQ preferred bathrooms
Tennessee is among several Republican-led states suing the Biden administration over new protections against sex discrimination for LGBTQ students.

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Jun 11, 2024

Access to reproductive care inspires many doctors to run for office
Doctors are running for office in an effort to bring their medical expertise to the debate over reproductive rights. With Trump and Biden nearly even in national polls, will it be enough?

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Jun 11, 2024

What does a downtown rebound look like? More residents and weekend visitors
Ever since the start of the pandemic, the futures of America's big-city downtowns have been in question. Philadelphia is just one example of a center city finding new ways to thrive.

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Jun 11, 2024

The WNBA, capturing excitement around Caitlin Clark, boasts more viewers than ever
With record attendance and viewership, the WNBA seems to have capitalized on the explosion of interest in women's basketball driven in large part by Clark, who is now a rookie with the Indiana Fever.

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