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Oct 26, 2020

Film Version Offers A New Look At Jack London's 'Martin Eden'
The new film Martin Eden is an epic retelling of Jack London's 1909 novel set in Italy in the midst of a socialist revolution. It may well be a metaphor for the "Don't tread on me" America of today.

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Oct 26, 2020

NASA Says It Found Water Molecules On The Moon's Surface
NASA has announced the discovery of water in a sunlit crater on the moon. The water is likely trapped inside of little glass beads and may one day be useful for astronauts visiting the surface.

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Oct 26, 2020

Political Campaigns See Flood Of Outside Money, Often From Unknown Donors
With control of the Senate at stake, record amounts of outside money are flooding into races. In North Carolina, nearly $200 million has come in, dwarfing the money raised by the candidates.

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Oct 26, 2020

Democrats Push To Flip Party Control Of State Legislatures
Tens of millions of dollars are being spent in states to turn enough state legislative seats to flip party control. After a Republican sweep in 2010, Democrats are on the offensive this year.

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Oct 26, 2020

Senate To Vote On Amy Coney Barrett's Confirmation For Supreme Court
The Senate is expected to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court on Monday in a mostly party-line vote. Her addition to the court days before the election has been a campaign issue.

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Oct 26, 2020

Tennessee Man Sent Home From ER Twice Dies Of COVID-19
Nashville, Tenn., resident died of COVID-19 after being sent home from a hospital twice. Uninsured COVID-19 patients are rarely told their bills are covered by the government, an investigation shows.

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Oct 26, 2020

The Latest From The Trump And Biden Campaigns
The national election will take place in eight days. NPR checks in on what the Trump and Biden campaigns are doing in their final stretch.

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Oct 26, 2020

Trial Of A Priest Charged With Sexually Abusing An Altar Boy To Resume In Vatican
Proceedings in a criminal trial of a priest charged with sexually abusing a minor and a second priest accused of covering it up are scheduled to resume Tuesday in the Vatican.

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Oct 26, 2020

Virginia Military Institute Leader Resigns After Allegations Of Racism On Campus
The superintendent of the Virginia Military Institute has resigned. The move comes one week after the governor ordered an investigation following allegations of racism endured by Black cadets.

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Oct 26, 2020

Colorado Governor On Ongoing Wildfires And Coronavirus Surge In His State
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Colorado Gov. Jared Polis about wildfires and the management of the coronavirus in the state.

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Oct 26, 2020

Fargo, N.D., Mayor On His Citywide Mask Mandate
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Fargo, N.D., Mayor Tim Mahoney about a mask mandate for the city.

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Oct 26, 2020

How The Pandemic May Be Influencing Voters
A Senate race may be a toss-up in Arizona, a coronavirus hot spot. Latino and retired voters — groups the virus hit disproportionately hard — explain how their experience is informing their votes.

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Oct 26, 2020

In Lara Downes' New Series, Black Musicians Rise To A Pivotal Moment
The pianist joins Ari Shapiro to discuss Amplify With Lara Downes, a video series on Black musicians who have experienced renewed creativity regarding racial injustice.

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Oct 26, 2020

Is The U.S. Portraying Civilians As The Enemy?
An NPR report prompted the U.S. to investigate if civilians were killed during the raid on the ISIS leader a year ago. The results still leave questions about whether innocent men were killed.

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Oct 26, 2020

'Incredibly Scary': Single Moms Fear Falling Through Holes In Pandemic Safety Net
Many single parents collecting unemployment benefits are running out of money to pay rent, with Congress still unable to pass a relief bill to help.

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Oct 25, 2020

Basketball Star Sue Bird Says WNBA Players' Activism Is 'Nonnegotiable'
Even as the league weathered a busy, unpredictable season in the "wubble," the Seattle Storm superstar carried on her colleagues' commitment to social justice activism.

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Oct 25, 2020

'Peace Academy' Graduates Are Trained To Break Cycle Of Street Violence
NPR's Michel Martin talks with Troy Harden, lead curriculum developer for the Metropolitan Peace Academy in Chicago, and Tyree Head, a recent graduate of the street outreach training program.

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Oct 25, 2020

Catholic Newspaper Urges Senate To Reject Barrett's Supreme Court Nomination
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Heidi Schlumpf of the National Catholic Reporter, which published an editorial opposing Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination.

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Oct 25, 2020

In Nevada, Latino Activists Go Door-Knocking For Biden
Despite the pandemic, culinary union workers, who are predominantly Latino, are hitting the streets to campaign for Democrat Joe Biden in Nevada.

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Oct 25, 2020

In North Carolina, Stakes Are Just As High In Down-Ballot Races
North Carolina is a swing state to watch when it comes to the presidential election. But for North Carolinians, the races for governor and the state legislature may have greater consequences.

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Oct 25, 2020

In North Carolina, Stakes Just As High In Down-Ballot Races
North Carolina is a swing state to watch when it comes to the presidential election. But for North Carolinians, the races for governor and the state Legislature may have greater consequences.

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Oct 25, 2020

Museums Postpone Show Over Late Artist's Images Of Hooded Klansmen
Four major museums have delayed a show that includes work by the late American artist Philip Guston until 2024 due to concerns about how Guston's images of hooded Klansmen would be received.

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Oct 25, 2020

What's At Stake In The U.S. Health Care Debate?
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Kaiser Health News chief Washington correspondent Julie Rovner about where health care policy stands today.

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Oct 25, 2020

What's At Stake In The U.S. Healthcare Debate
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Kaiser Health News chief Washington correspondent Julie Rovner about where health care policy stands today.

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Oct 24, 2020

What Might Happen To U.S.-Turkey Relations Under A President Biden
President Trump's relationship with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has had its ups and downs. NPR discusses what might happen to the U.S.-Turkey relationship if Joe Biden wins the election.

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Oct 24, 2020

Yahya Abdul-Mateen II On Playing Bobby Seale in 'The Trial of the Chicago 7'
The Emmy-award winning actor reflects on portraying the co-founder of the Black Panther Party in a new film written and directed by Aaron Sorkin about the landmark 1969 trial.

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Oct 24, 2020

Mary Trump On The President's Habit Of Insulting Others
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with author and President Trump's niece, Mary Trump, about his tendency to insult those with whom he disagrees.

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Oct 24, 2020

New Book Examines How The 1st Amendment Sits At The Forefront In An Election Year
Right now, we have "an entire government apparatus designed to foster falsehoods," says editor Ellis Cose, who has written a new book, The Short Life and Curious Death of Free Speech in America.

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Oct 24, 2020

New Book Examines How The First Amendment Sits At The Forefront In An Election Year
Right now, we have "an entire government apparatus designed to foster falsehoods," says editor Ellis Cose, who has written a new book, The Short Life and Curious Death of Free Speech in America.

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Oct 24, 2020

How Trump And Biden Differ On Energy Policy
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Dino Grandoni, an energy and environmental policy reporter with The Washington Post, about the debate over the future of U.S. energy.

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Oct 24, 2020

Life Kit: Tips To Strengthen Your Digital Privacy
As we spend more of our lives in the digital world, our personal information can be compromised. NPR's Life Kit spoke to experts on how to protect your digital privacy.

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Oct 24, 2020

A Bilingual Tool That Fights Misinformation On WhatsApp
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Cristina Tardáguila of the Poynter Institute's International Fact-Checking Network about disinformation targeting Spanish-speaking voters in the United States.

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Oct 24, 2020

Author Interview: 'Free Speech In America'
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with columnist and editor Ellis Cose about his new book, The Short Life and Curious Death of Free Speech in America.

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Oct 24, 2020

Black Lives Matter Co-Founder On Her New Book, 'The Purpose of Power'
Alicia Garza, a co-founder of Black Lives Matter, reflects on her past two decades of activism, the upcoming election and her new book, The Purpose of Power: How We Come Together When We Fall Apart.

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Oct 23, 2020

Alleged Kidnap Plot Continues To Roil State
The foiled alleged plot to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer follows months of misogynistic attacks and a legislature casting her as a tyrant. How are residents reacting?

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Oct 23, 2020

Alleged Plot To Kidnap Michigan Governor Continues To Roil State
The foiled alleged plot to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer follows months of misogynistic attacks and a legislature casting her as a tyrant. How are residents reacting?

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Oct 23, 2020

Are Lockdowns At Colleges Working?
As colleges across the country see rising coronavirus rates, many campuses have gone into lockdown. Are these lockdowns effective at stopping the spread of the virus?

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Oct 23, 2020

A Chile Referendum To Reform Pinochet-Era Constitution
NPR's Tonya Mosely talks with Amaya Alvez Marin, associate professor of law and political science at the University of Concepción, about Chile's possible constitutional reform.

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Oct 23, 2020

'Russian Troll Farm:' Imagine 'The Office,' But With Election Interference
A new play — directed and performed via Zoom — imagines workplace life at Russia's Internet Research Agency, a real life troll-farm indicted for its interference in the 2016 election.

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Oct 23, 2020

Don DeLillo On New Novel, 'The Silence'
Ailsa Chang talks with Don DeLillo about his novel, The Silence.

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Oct 23, 2020

Hockey Broadcaster Mike 'Doc' Emrick Signs Off
NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Mike "Doc" Emrick, longtime hockey broadcaster, about his retirement and the future of sports broadcasting.

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Oct 23, 2020

New Music: 'This Love Thing'
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with musicians and activists Rami Nashashibi and Drea D'Nur about their new album, This Love Thing.

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Oct 23, 2020

NFL Hall Of Famer Fred Dean Dies At 68
The San Francisco 49ers legend has died of COVID-19.

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Oct 23, 2020

Nigeria Protests Against Government Violence Reaches Tipping Point
NPR's Audie Cornish interviews Karen Attiah of The Washington Post about how African leaders are turning a blind eye to the Nigerian government's violence against protesters.

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Oct 23, 2020

No Reason To Fear Mail-In Ballot Delays Just Yet
As the election draws closer, a record number of Americans are voting early. So far, fears about delays in ballots being returned through the mail haven't materialized.

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Oct 23, 2020

Medical Residents Study Whether Trump Rallies Are Tied To Infection Spikes
Two medical students looked for infection spikes in towns that hosted Trump rallies. The data isn't as clear cut as many might like.

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Oct 23, 2020

Fact-Checking The Presidential Debate: Immigration
NPR's Tonya Mosely interviews NBC News correspondent Jacob Soboroff, who fact checks statements about immigration made during the last 2020 presidential debate.

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Oct 23, 2020

We Answer Your Questions About How To Celebrate The Holidays Safely
What considerations should you be thinking about as you plan holiday travel during the coronavirus pandemic?

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Oct 23, 2020

Sudan Agrees To Normalize Ties With Israel in U.S.-Brokered Deal
President Trump says he's brokered a deal for opening relations between Israel and Sudan, and asks Israel's leader if he thinks Joe Biden could have pulled it off.

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Oct 23, 2020

Revisiting Voters In Pueblo, Colo.
As the election approaches, several voters in Pueblo, Colo., share how they've fared during the pandemic and how that's shaped the way they think about their elected leaders.

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Oct 23, 2020

Russian Troll Farm Gets Virtual Treatment In Workplace Comedy
A new workplace comedy — yes, comedy — revolves around the antics of a group of workers in a Russian disinformation operation.

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Oct 22, 2020

Latest On Cyberattacks On The U.S. Election.
Active Russian cyberattacks are underway against U.S. government systems across the board, federal authorities revealed on Thursday — including those of election systems.

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Oct 22, 2020

Federal Government Issues Advisory On Russian Hackers' Election Interference
Russian state-backed hackers are targeting U.S. state and local governments in the run-up to November's election, the federal government issues a warning on Thursday.

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Oct 22, 2020

'Knockout': A Memoir About A Journey From Self-Hate To Self-Love
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Mia Kang, author of Knockout, about her history of body issues, modeling and the transition to Muay Thai fighter.

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Oct 22, 2020

Sacha Baron Cohen's 'Borat Subsequent Moviefilm' Reviewed
Sacha Baron Cohen's outrageous character from Kazakhstan, Borat, is back in a film that's making political headlines. Amazon Prime is set to stream the Borat sequel starting Friday.

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Oct 22, 2020

The Jets And Giants Leave Fans Upset This Season
The start of the NFL season has not been a good one for New York's two teams. The Jets and Giants have a combined 11-1 record.

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Oct 22, 2020

Streaming Service Quibi To Shut Down
Streaming service Quibi, featuring original shows with episodes of 10 minutes or less, will shut down 6 months after it launched. NPR discusses why it's the first big casualty of the streaming wars.

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Oct 22, 2020

What Might The Supreme Court Look Like In The Future?
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Samuel Moyn, a law and history professor at Yale University, about potential court reforms some progressives support.

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Oct 22, 2020

What To Expect From The Final Presidential Debate
President Trump and Joe Biden are set to meet Thursday for their second and final debate. With 12 days until the election, it's perhaps the last opportunity for the campaigns to change course.

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Oct 22, 2020

Why More White Voters May Not Support Trump In 2020
President Trump may be losing his lock on white voters, who were critical to his 2016 win. NPR discusses why more white voters are supporting Joe Biden and what it means for Trump's reelection bid.

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Oct 22, 2020

Wisconsin Opens A Field Hospital At State Fair Grounds As Coronavirus Cases Spike
In Wisconsin, rising coronavirus cases are putting pressure on hospitals. As a result, the state has opened a field hospital at the State Fair Grounds to help handle the overflow.

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Oct 22, 2020

Group Of Independent Experts To Advise FDA On Coronavirus Vaccine Approval
An advisory committee to the Food and Drug Administration will hear the agency's plans for approving a coronavirus vaccine and provide advice for modifying them if necessary.

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Oct 22, 2020

Makur Maker Wants Top-Tier Black Players To Go To Historically Black Colleges
Five-star basketball recruit Makur Maker chose Howard University. NPR's Tonya Mosley talks about the significance of this choice with Kenny Blakeney, soon to be Maker's new head coach.

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Oct 22, 2020

Housing Boom: Sales of Million-Dollar Homes Double
The housing market is on a tear, setting all kinds of records, including prices. But it's also a reflection of the uneven economic recovery and more first-time homebuyers are getting priced out.

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Oct 22, 2020

Militia Leader Known As The 'Bundy Ranch Sniper' Seeks A New Title: State Senator
The election season's spotlight on the militia threat is glaring for Eric Parker. Federal authorities consider him a domestic extremist. That hasn't stopped his run for the Idaho legislature.

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Oct 22, 2020

Most Tenants Get No Information About Flooding. It Can Cost Them Dearly
Most landlords are not required to disclose if a property is in a flood plain or has flooded before. That's a big problem in cities where climate change is driving more frequent and severe floods.

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Oct 21, 2020

U.S. Government Says Iran And Russia Try To Affect Public Opinion On The Election
On Wednesday, the government reported foreign actions, taken to affect public opinion related to U.S. elections. It comes after voters in Alaska and Florida reported receiving threatening emails.

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Oct 21, 2020

Colorado Mayor Dealing With Rise In COVID-19: 'This Is Going To Be A Lost Year'
Nick Gradisar, mayor of Pueblo, Colo., reflects on a spike in coronavirus cases in his town, contact tracing and how he's asking residents to prepare for the upcoming holidays.

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Oct 21, 2020

CDC Expands Definition Of Being At Increased Risk Of Having Caught The Coronavirus
Now, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines a "close contact" as spending a total of 15 minutes within 6 feet of an infected person over a 24-hour period.

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Oct 21, 2020

Trump Pardons 5 People, Commuting Their Sentences
President Trump granted clemency to five people on Wednesday, commuting their lengthy sentences. The five cases had been highlighted by clemency activists.

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Oct 21, 2020

Obama Appears On Biden's Campaign Trail In Philadelphia
Former President Barack Obama made his first in-person appearance on the campaign trail on behalf of his former vice president, Joe Biden, on Wednesday evening in Philadelphia.

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Oct 21, 2020

Polls Show A Close Race Between Sen. David Perdue And Jon Ossoff For Senate
One of Georgia's two U.S. Senate races this year is close as Sen. David Perdue's ties with President Trump may be hurting his campaign in the increasingly diverse state.

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Oct 21, 2020

Lawyer On Parents Separated From Their Children At The Border
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Lee Gelernt of the ACLU's Immigrants' Rights Project about parents of over 500 children who can't be found after being separated from them at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Oct 21, 2020

How Will The U.S. Distribute COVID-19 Antibody Drugs If They Get FDA Approval?
COVID-19 antibody drugs appear to be helping people avoid hospitalization. Tens of thousands of people a day could be candidates to take the drugs, but the scarce supply has to be rationed.

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Oct 21, 2020

In New Documentary, Pope Francis Endorses Civil Unions For Same-Sex Couples
In the new documentary Francesco, Pope Francis calls for civil union laws for same-sex couples in what would seem to be a break from traditional Catholic teaching.

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Oct 21, 2020

Democrats Have A Shot At Winning A Majority In Texas House Of Representatives
Democrats are nine seats away from winning a majority in the 150-seat chamber in the Texas House of Representatives. A win would mean Democrats could help draw new political maps in 2021.

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Oct 21, 2020

Deputy White House Press Secretary On Relief Talks, Pandemic
NPR's Tonya Mosley talks with Brian Morgenstern, the White House deputy press secretary, about relief bill negotiations and the ongoing pandemic.

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Oct 21, 2020

How Endorsement Of Trump Could Affect Legitimacy Of Police
President Trump calls himself the "law-and-order" candidate, and major police unions have endorsed him. Some worry that kind of political alignment may undermine the police's legitimacy.

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Oct 21, 2020

'Why We Act': What Makes People Decide To Speak Up Or Stay Silent
NPR's Tonya Mosley talks with Catherine Sanderson, author of the book Why We Act: Turning Bystanders Into Moral Rebels, about how willingness to stand up to wrongdoing affects political decisions.

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Oct 21, 2020

A Look At Coronavirus Outbreaks Outside The U.S.
NPR correspondents in South America, the Middle East and Europe discuss the recent spikes in coronavirus cases in their regions.

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Oct 21, 2020

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez And Ilhan Omar Play On Twitch To Engage Young Voters
Looking to engage younger and future voters, Democratic Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar took to Twitch, the streaming platform for gamers. They played the popular game Among Us.

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Oct 21, 2020

Black Lives Matter Activists Push To Vote Out Los Angeles Prosecutor
In Los Angeles, Black Lives Matter activists are taking energy from the streets to the ballot box to oppose the reelection of a district attorney who faces pressure over police accountability.

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Oct 21, 2020

Study Of Diabolical Ironclad Beetle's Exoskeleton Could Help Improve Aircraft
The diabolical ironclad beetle can withstand being run over by a car. Now scientists have figured out what makes its exoskeleton so tough — and that insight could help people build tougher aircraft.

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Oct 21, 2020

Study Of Diabolical Ironclad Beetle's Exoskeleton Could Help Improve Aircrafts
The diabolical ironclad beetle can withstand being run over by a car. Now scientists have figured out what makes its exoskeleton so tough — and that insight could help people build tougher aircraft.

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Oct 21, 2020

Some GOP Members Express Doubt About Trump's Ability To Win The Election
Some Republicans have started to express greater criticism of President Trump, with his reelection prospects looking weak. Some also worry other Republicans could be swept out of office.

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Oct 21, 2020

Purdue Pharma Reaches $8B Opioid Deal With Justice Department Over OxyContin Sales
Critics say the settlement doesn't hold company executives or members of the Sackler family accountable for their aggressive marketing of OxyContin, which helped fuel the nation's opioid epidemic.

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Oct 20, 2020

Even The Most Successful Women Pay A Big Price In Pandemic
The unequal division of household work leads to the "mom penalty." For highly educated, high-income women, it means giving up on promotions, future earning power and roles as future leaders.

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Oct 20, 2020

Jason Flom, The Music Executive With A Nose For Injustice
Though he's guided the careers of pop artists including Lorde, Katy Perry and Skid Row, the Lava Records founder is better known lately for his side gig — bringing aid to the wrongfully convicted.

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Oct 20, 2020

Studies Point To Big Drop In COVID-19 Death Rates
More hospitalized patients are surviving than early in the pandemic. Improved treatments make a big difference, but so does flattening the curve to keep hospitals from overfilling, researchers say.

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Oct 20, 2020

Jason Flom, The Music Executive With An Ear For Injustice
Though he's guided the careers of pop artists including Lorde, Katy Perry and Skid Row, the Lava Records founder is better known lately for his side gig — bringing aid to the wrongfully convicted.

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Oct 20, 2020

Jamal Khashoggi's Fiancee And His Pro-Democracy Group Sue Saudi Crown Prince
A lawsuit filed in a U.S. court charges that Saudi Arabia's crown prince directed the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and names two dozen others allegedly involved.

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Oct 20, 2020

Is It Safe To Reopen Theme Parks In California?
California is preparing to allow Disneyland and other theme parks to reopen. In Florida, health authorities say reopening its parks in June hasn't caused outbreaks.

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Oct 20, 2020

Iconic Ibiza DJ Jose Padilla Dies At 64
DJ Jose Padilla died this week at age 64. He helped pioneer a genre of electronic music known as "chill-out music."

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Oct 20, 2020

Facing Economic Devastation, Hawaii Attempts To Revive Tourism
The tourist economy in Hawaii has been decimated by the pandemic, with 1 in 6 people there unemployed. Now, the state hopes new traveler testing protocols will help bring visitors back to its beaches.

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Oct 20, 2020

Election Law Blogger On The State Of Voting-Related Lawsuits
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Richard Hasen, a law professor at the University of California, Irvine, about various election cases and lawsuits two weeks before Election Day.

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Oct 20, 2020

As Taiwan's Relations With The U.S. Grow Warmer, Tensions With Beijing Rise
The closer Taiwan and the U.S. become, the greater the risk that China could lash out.

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Oct 20, 2020

Antitrust Lawsuits: Google 2020 Vs. Microsoft 1998
NPR's Tonya Mosley talks with Timothy Wu, a law professor at Columbia University, about similarities between the 2020 antitrust lawsuit against Google and the Microsoft antitrust case in the 1990s.

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Oct 20, 2020

U.K. Moves Toward Ethically Controversial Coronavirus Vaccine Trial
The British government has announced plans for a coronavirus vaccine challenge trial: Volunteers will receive an experimental vaccine and then be deliberately exposed to the coronavirus.

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Oct 20, 2020

Therapist Who Provides Free Service To Health Care Workers On The Pandemic's Toll
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with therapist Kimberly Johnson of The Emotional PPE Project about an emotional toll the continuing pandemic is taking on health care workers.

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Oct 20, 2020

They Took A Gamble And Voted Trump In 2016. Whom Are They Going To Vote For In 2020?
One Pensacola, Fla., family backed Trump in 2016, acknowledging it was a gamble. NPR checks in to see what they think of his presidency and how they might vote in 2020.

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