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May 22, 2019

Binyavanga Wainaina Tells Us 'How To Write About Africa'
The Kenyan writer died on Tuesday. Here is his famously sharp-edged essay, with barbed advice like, "Note that 'People' means Africans who are not black, while 'The People' means black Africans.

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May 22, 2019

Harriet Tubman On The $20 Bill? Not During The Trump Administration
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin ruled out any changes to the U.S. currency imagery before 2028.

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May 22, 2019

Red Nose Day 2019: How Does It Work, Why Is It Being Criticized?
The goal is to raise money to fight child poverty by selling red foam noses and staging celebrity events. But some critics are raising questions about the campaign.

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May 22, 2019

Surprise Medical Bills Are Driving People Into Debt: Will Congress Act To Stop Them?
Lawmakers are discussing several measures to solve the problem of unexpected medical bills, which can wreak havoc in consumers' lives. Here's our guide to the current roster of proposed legislation.

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May 22, 2019

Journalist Chronicles The 'Power Struggle' Within The NRA
New York Times reporter Danny Hakim discusses conflicts within the NRA's leadership, its lawsuit against its advertising and PR company, and what leaked documents reveal about the organization.

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May 22, 2019

Shinzo Abe Or Abe Shinzo? Japan's Foreign Minister Tells Media To Change The Order
Taro Kono said he plans to ask overseas news outlets to write Japanese names with the family name first, as is the custom in Japan. But some wonder why the suggestion is coming now.

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May 22, 2019

Binyavanga Wainaina, Kenyan Writer And LGBTQ Activist, Dies At 48
The author founded a platform for young Kenyan authors and came out as gay in a place where homosexuality has long been illegal. "Binyavanga was unbound in his imagining," said a friend and colleague.

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May 22, 2019

Mnuchin Says He Has 'Not Yet' Reviewed Memo Mandating IRS Turn Over Trump Tax Returns
The Treasury secretary has refused to comply with a House subpoena from a committee chairman requesting the agency turn over Trump's tax returns.

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May 22, 2019

Democrats To Get DOJ Documents, But Dispute Rages On Between Hill And White House
The Justice Department will begin handing over material to the House intelligence committee in response to a subpoena, Chairman Adam Schiff says. But the broader political deadlock remains in effect.

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May 22, 2019

Trump Scorches Democrats As Pelosi Broaches Prospect Of 'Impeachable Offense'
The only agreement that followed a White House meeting between the president and Democrats was that the other side was responsible for the breakdown in infrastructure negotiations.

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May 22, 2019

Trump, Democrats Trade Blame As Infrastructure Talks Crumble Over Investigations
The only agreement that followed a White House meeting between the president and Democrats was that the other side was responsible for the breakdown in infrastructure negotiations.

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May 22, 2019

What To Know About The Sudden Talk Of War With Iran
Lately, the White House has been talking as if conflict with Iran could soon erupt. Here's a look at how the talk has turned so bellicose and what the risks are.

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May 22, 2019

6 Die In Jakarta Riots After President Joko Widodo's Election Win Is Confirmed
Saying he will not tolerate rioting, Widodo adds, "The military and the police will carry out stern actions in accordance with the law."

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May 22, 2019

Six Die In Jakarta Riots After President Joko Widodo's Election Win Is Confirmed
Saying he will not tolerate rioting, Widodo adds, "The military and the police will carry out stern actions in accordance with the law,"

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May 22, 2019

'Theodore Roosevelt For The Defense' Makes A Libel Case Into Gripping Reading
Gifted writers Dan Abrams and David Fisher, who previously brought us Lincoln's Last Trial, are clearly fascinated by how Teddy Roosevelt's court case played out — bringing an enthusiasm to readers.

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May 22, 2019

Border Facility Stops Migrant Intake After 'Flu-Related' Outbreak
The McAllen, Texas, facility is the same one where a 16-year-old Guatemalan boy became ill last week, and died after he was transferred to another Border Patrol station.

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May 22, 2019

Migrant Processing Center Temporarily Closing After 'Flu-Related' Outbreak
The McAllen, Texas, facility is the same one where a 16-year-old Guatemalan boy became ill last week, and died after he was transferred to another Border Patrol station.

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May 22, 2019

Migrant Processing Center Temporarily Suspends Intake After 'Flu-Related' Outbreak
The McAllen, Texas, facility is the same one where a 16-year-old Guatemalan boy became ill last week, and died after he was transferred to another Border Patrol station.

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May 22, 2019

Anti-Abortion Rights Groups Push GOP To Rethink Rape And Incest Exceptions
After Alabama passed a restrictive abortion law, anti-abortion rights groups are asking Republican officials to "reconsider decades-old talking points."

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May 22, 2019

Anti-Abortion-Rights Groups Push GOP To Rethink Rape And Incest Exceptions
The letter, written after Alabama passed a restrictive abortion law, says, "The value of human life is not determined by the circumstances of one's conception or birth."

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May 22, 2019

Anita Hill On 2020 Election: We Don't Need 'To Take The Lesser Of Two Evils'
Hill, who testified against Clarence Thomas during his 1991 Senate confirmation hearings, accepted a PEN America Courage Award on Tuesday. She spoke to NPR about Joe Biden and the #MeToo movement.

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May 22, 2019

Jeremy Dutcher: Tiny Desk Concert
There is no one making music like this 27-year-old, classically trained opera tenor and pianist. Watch and see why.

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May 22, 2019

Nevada Poised To Become 15th State To Ditch Electoral College
The state senate voted along party lines to join the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, which would give the state's six electoral votes to the winner of the presidential popular vote.

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May 22, 2019

Has The U.S. Census Ever Asked About Everyone's Citizenship Status?
Never before has the U.S. census directly asked for the citizenship status of every person living in every household. The question the Trump administration wants on the 2020 census could change that.

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May 22, 2019

Trump's Proposed Census Citizenship Question Bucks Centuries Of Precedent
Never before has the U.S. census directly asked for the citizenship status of every person living in every household. The question the Trump administration wants on the 2020 census could change that.

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May 22, 2019

Italy's Matteo Salvini Hopes To Lead Nationalist Wave In Upcoming European Elections
Salvini, Italy's deputy prime minister, leader of a far-right party and Europe's rising populist star, counts President Trump's former chief strategist Steve Bannon as one of his biggest fans.

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May 22, 2019

Nevada Law Removing Abortion Restrictions Passes State Assembly
Bucking a national trend toward more restrictions on abortion, the Nevada law relaxes certain abortion requirements. Every Republican voted against the measure.

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May 22, 2019

Scientists Modify Viruses With CRISPR To Create New Weapon Against Superbugs
Superbugs are bacteria that can beat modern medicine's most powerful drugs. So doctors are racing to find new ways to fight back, such as developing "living antibiotics."

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May 22, 2019

Collateral Damage Of The Trade War, Farmers Want Chinese Market Reopened
American farmers rely heavily on selling their goods overseas. As the trade war heats up again, many Midwest soybean farmers have huge surpluses and are receiving government aid.

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May 22, 2019

Liz Cheney's Choice: House Or Senate?
The Wyoming Republican is deciding between running for the Senate in 2020, or staying in the House where she has a chance to climb the leadership ladder.

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May 22, 2019

Computerized Model Reveals Details Of How Human Cells Divide
The nonprofit Allen Institute in Seattle has produced a visualization of human cell division that promises to be useful for professional scientists and curious amateurs alike.

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May 21, 2019

McDonald's Facing New Charges Of Sexual Harassment
The incidents are alleged to have occurred at corporate and franchise stores in 20 cities. The company promises more training for employees and managers on its anti-harassment policy.

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May 21, 2019

U.S. Postal Service Is Testing Self-Driving Trucks
The two-week pilot program will put five autonomous semi-trucks on the road, making the journey between Phoenix and Dallas.

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May 21, 2019

New York Assembly Passes Bill Closing 'Double Jeopardy' Loophole As Rebuke To Trump
Top Democrats in the state are framing the change as a way to stand up against President Trump and allow for state prosecutions of those he pardons for federal crimes.

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May 21, 2019

Once A Homeless D.C. Teen, Now A Georgetown Graduate
In 2014, Rashema Melson was a homeless high school senior who was awarded a full scholarship to college. Now, she is a graduate of Georgetown University who hopes to return to help her community.

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May 21, 2019

The Struggle To Hire And Keep Doctors In Rural Areas Means Patients Go Without Care
A new generation of family physicians wants a work-life balance. But practicing in a small town is a 24/7 job, which is worsening the ongoing doctor shortage in rural America.

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May 21, 2019

With Workers Hard To Find, Immigration Crackdown Leaves Iowa Town In A Bind
Business leaders worry that tough laws against undocumented workers will discourage legal immigrants from coming to the state to work. Iowa's low jobless rate has left businesses struggling to hire.

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May 21, 2019

Belgian Monastery Will Brew Beer Again, After A 220-Year Pause
The last time Belgium's Grimbergen Abbey brewed its own beer, the United States was only about 20 years old.

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May 21, 2019

Across The Country, Protesters Rally To Stop States' Abortion Bans
Protesters rallied outside statehouses and the Supreme Court, where some of the laws may eventually be considered. Hundreds of events were part of a national day of action called #StopTheBans.

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May 21, 2019

Medical Investigation: How Did 494 Children in One Pakistani City Get HIV?
In late April, a tragedy began to unfold in Larkana. First one, then 15, now hundreds of youngsters have been found to be HIV positive. Who is responsible?

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May 21, 2019

Dressbarn, Women's Clothing Chain, To Close All Stores
The company's CFO, Steven Taylor, called it a difficult decision but said the "chain has not been operating at an acceptable level of profitability in today's retail environment."

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May 21, 2019

Republican Tennessee House Speaker To Resign After Lewd And Sexist Texts
Glen Casada announced that he will resign his state House speakership after inappropriate and offensive texts leaked weeks ago. He has served in the Legislature for nearly 20 years.

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May 21, 2019

Tenn. Republican To Resign As House Speaker After Lewd And Sexist Texts
Tenn. Republican Glen Casada announced he will resign as house speaker after inappropriate and offensive texts leaked weeks ago. He has served in the legislature for nearly 20 years.

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May 21, 2019

Accused Shooter In New Zealand Mosque Attacks Charged With Terrorism
New Zealand police charged Brenton Tarrant, an Australian citizen, under the Terrorism Suppression Act. He also faces charges of 51 counts of murder and 40 counts of attempted murder.

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May 21, 2019

Democrats' Impeachment Divide Tests Pelosi
President Trump's efforts to block congressional oversight into his administration and Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report is ratcheting up impeachment talk among House Democrats.

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May 21, 2019

'The Economy Is Slipping': China's Slowdown Hits Former Boomtown
Car production is shrinking in southwestern China's Chongqing, and auto workers struggle to transition.

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May 21, 2019

When LA's Air Got Better, Kids' Asthma Cases Dropped
New cases of asthma dropped dramatically in Los Angeles communities where air quality improved the most over 20 years. The results illustrate health benefits from pollution control.

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May 21, 2019

Alabama Faces Deadline To Address Dangerous And Deadly Prison Conditions
Critics say a plan to build new prisons won't solve the entrenched, underlying issues in the state prison system that have been found to be unconstitutional.

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May 21, 2019

My Driveway, My Rules: Some Chevys Won't Go (Temporarily) Until Teen Drivers Buckle Up
A new feature in some 2020 models will kick in if "Teen Driver" mode is on. If a driver turns on the car without wearing a seat belt, the car will temporarily refuse to shift out of park .

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May 21, 2019

Teens Who Don't Buckle Up: Chevy Has A Surprise For You
A new feature in some 2020 models will kick in if "Teen Driver" mode is on. If a driver turns on the car without wearing a seat belt, the car will temporarily refuse to shift out of park .

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May 21, 2019

Nepalese Sherpa Sets Mount Everest Record (Again), Climbing Mountain Twice In A Week
A Nepalese mountain climber has now climbed Mount Everest a record 24 times — and he's hoping to do it one more time before he retires.

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May 21, 2019

Muslim Lawmakers Host Ramadan Feast At Capitol
The nonprofit Muslim Advocates, along with the three Muslims in Congress, held an iftar, the breaking of the daily fast during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan at the U.S. Capitol on Monday night.

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May 21, 2019

2-Tiered Wages Under Fire: Workers Challenge Unequal Pay For Equal Work
For years after the Great Recession, employers were reluctant to boost wages. Now a tight labor market is giving workers the leverage they need to demand a larger slice of the nation's economic pie.

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May 21, 2019

Ransomware Cyberattacks On Baltimore Put City Services Offline
Baltimore is just the latest municipality hit with a ransomware attack. Residents can't use the city servers they need to purchase homes, pay online bills or email city workers.

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May 21, 2019

Ransomware Cyberattacks Knock Baltimore's City Services Offline
Baltimore is just the latest municipality hit with a ransomware attack. Residents can't use the city servers they need to purchase homes, pay online bills or email city workers.

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May 21, 2019

To Safely Study Volcanoes, Scientists Bring The Blast To Them
Studying active volcanoes can be dangerous. Which is why a group of scientists from around the world came together to simulate volcanic blasts. What they're learning will help them at a real eruption.

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May 21, 2019

Poll: Many Rural Americans Struggle With Financial Insecurity, Access To Health Care
A new poll from NPR, Harvard and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation gives a glimpse into rural life in America today, finding that many people living in rural communities live on the edge financially.

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May 21, 2019

6 Themes To Pay Attention To In Upcoming Supreme Court Decisions
From the Census citizenship question and political gerrymandering to the separation of church and state, the high court will make some rulings of consequence over the next month.

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May 21, 2019

After Grim Deaths In The Borderlands, An Effort To Find Out Who Migrants Were
More than 200 migrants die attempting to cross the Southwest border each year. Slowly, scientists at a Texas laboratory are seeking the story of their bones.

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May 21, 2019

3-Time Formula One Champ Niki Lauda Is Dead At 70
Lauda survived a major crash during the 1976 German Grand Prix, racing again just weeks later. Lauda later went into the aviation business.

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May 20, 2019

Top Reason For CEO Departures Among Largest Companies Is Now Misconduct, Study Finds
Nearly 40% of the 89 CEOs who departed in 2018 left for reasons related to unethical behavior brought on from allegations of sexual misconduct or other types of ethical lapses

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May 20, 2019

Whitney Houston Hologram Tour And New Album In The Works 7 Years After Her Death
The mega-star sold tens of millions of records and had 11 number 1 hits throughout her career. And in less than year, Houston, or at least a light-projected version of her, could be at it again.

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May 20, 2019

The Other Reasons Kids Aren't Getting Vaccinations: Poverty and Health Care Access
Religious and ideological opposition to vaccines has fueled the current measles outbreak. But there's another factor driving low vaccination rates in some communities: poverty.

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May 20, 2019

Teenager Is Latest Migrant Child To Die In U.S. Custody
The 16-year-old boy was found unresponsive after a routine welfare check at a facility near the U.S. border with Mexico. He was the fifth migrant child since December to die after being detained.

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May 20, 2019

California Teachers Pay For Their Own Substitutes During Extended Sick Leave
A teacher battling cancer has to pay for her own substitute. Now some lawmakers are calling for a change in the state education code to eliminate this hardship.

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May 20, 2019

Judge Rules Against Trump In Subpoena Fight As White House Blocks McGahn Testimony
Republicans and Democrats landed blows and counter-blows in the high-stakes political and legal slugfest. President Trump is keeping his former counsel off the Hill, but Democrats won in court.

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May 20, 2019

White House Says It's Blocking Don McGahn From Testifying In Congress
A Justice Department legal opinion cites what it calls the ample precedent for a top White House adviser to enjoy immunity from being called up to Congress via subpoena or otherwise.

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May 20, 2019

FCC Chairman Endorses T-Mobile Merger With Sprint
"This is a unique opportunity to speed up the deployment of 5G throughout the United States and bring much faster mobile broadband to rural Americans," said chairman Ajit Pai.

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May 20, 2019

North Korea's State Propaganda Gets A Makeover
The nation's broadcaster revamped its style and format — but not its message — after authorities ordered propagandists to "disregard the established customs," in the face of an influx of foreign info.

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May 20, 2019

With New Style And Graphics, North Korea Gives Propaganda A Makeover
The nation's broadcaster revamped its style and format — but not its message — after authorities ordered propagandists to "disregard the established customs," in the face of an influx of foreign info.

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May 20, 2019

First Named Storm Of Atlantic Hurricane Season Could Develop Monday Night
The low-pressure system is currently a few hundred miles southwest of Bermuda. It's expected to become a tropical storm well before the official hurricane season starts on June 1.

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May 20, 2019

1st Named Storm Of Atlantic Hurricane Season Could Develop Monday Night
The low-pressure system is currently a few hundred miles southwest of Bermuda. It's expected to become a tropical storm well before the official hurricane season starts on June 1.

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May 20, 2019

Hot Job Market Is Wooing Women Into Workforce Faster Than Men
Over the past three years, women returned to the workforce at more than double the rate of men. Growth in industries that rely on women and heavy recruitment of women might help explain why.

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May 20, 2019

'SNL' Musical Guests, Ranked From No. 1 To Greta Van Fleet
BTS! DJ Khaled! Paul Simon! Kanye West dressed as a bottle of sparkling water! This season of Saturday Night Live had it all, and now all 21 performances have been cruelly ranked for your enjoyment.

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May 20, 2019

Ford Slashes 10% Of Its Global Salaried Workforce
About 7,000 white-collar jobs are being eliminated as part of Ford's massive organizational restructuring. The automaker says it will save $600 million per year as a result.

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May 20, 2019

Ukraine's Comedian President Takes Office, Says He's Dissolving Parliament
"Government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said in his inauguration speech, quoting Ronald Reagan.

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May 20, 2019

Capping A Stunning Political Rise, Chicago To Inaugurate Lori Lightfoot As Mayor
Lightfoot will be the city's first black female and first openly gay mayor. She has promised to put an end to Chicago's political machine "once and for all" and shine a bright light on corruption.

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May 20, 2019

In Historic First, Chicago Inaugurates Lori Lightfoot As Mayor
Lightfoot is the city's first black female and first openly gay mayor. She has promised to put an end to Chicago's political machine "once and for all" and shine a bright light on corruption.

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May 20, 2019

In Historic First, Lori Lightfoot Inaugurated As Chicago's Mayor
Lightfoot is the city's first black female and first openly gay mayor. After her swearing in, she laid out a plan to make Chicago "a city that families want to move to, not run away from."

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May 20, 2019

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Has A Plan For Everything — Including Your Love Life
A comedian wondered on Twitter if the presidential contender has a plan for her love life. To the amazement and delight of many, Warren promised to "figure this out."

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May 20, 2019

After Trump Ban, Huawei Phones Will Lose Access To Google Software
Alphabet's Google, which makes the Android operating system, says it's complying with a U.S. order banning companies from doing business with Huawei.

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May 20, 2019

Trump Administration Eases Ban on Huawei After Technology Stocks Tumble
Alphabet's Google, which makes the Android operating system, had announced it would stop doing business with the Chinese company in compliance with a U.S. order.

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May 20, 2019

In Trump's Trade War, Americans Will Be Asked To Show Economic Patriotism
Americans like trade, in bigger numbers than ever. But they also believe China doesn't play fair in trade.

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May 20, 2019

How The Brain Shapes Pain And Links Ouch With Emotion
Pain is more than an unpleasant sensation. When pain signals reach the brain, they interact with areas involved in thinking, memory and emotion.

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May 20, 2019

America Is In Full Employment, So Why Aren't We Celebrating?
U.S. unemployment is at a nearly 50-year low. The jobless rate for Hispanics has never been lower. The past two years have been the best job market ever for African Americans. Shouldn't we be excited?

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May 20, 2019

'Game Of Thrones' Finale, Season 8, Episode 6: 'No One Is Very Happy'
After eight seasons, 73 episodes and a whole lot of characters saying "bend the knee" all the time, HBO's massive fantasy series is finally over.

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May 19, 2019

Robert Smith Pledges To Pay Off Student Loans For Morehouse College's Class of 2019
The billionaire founder of investment firm Vista Equity Partners made the surprise announcement in front of roughly 400 students while delivering the college's commencement address on Sunday.

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May 19, 2019

President Trump's Golf Scores Hacked On U.S. Golf Association Account
The awful scores of 101, 100, 108 and 102 were posted to Trump's USGA-administered handicap system on Friday, according to Golfweek.

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May 19, 2019

Legendary Comic Sammy Shore, Co-Founder Of The Comedy Store, Dies At 92
Shore died on Saturday surrounded by his family, his son announced on Twitter. The Comedy Store went on to become a hotbed for famous performers like David Letterman and Robin Williams.

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May 19, 2019

Biden Eschews Anger, Hoping 'Unity' Can Lift Him To The Presidency
The former vice president, who saw Barack Obama win twice on a unifying message, is betting that will win out over anger. Will that be enough for Democrats, who feel they have good reason to be angry?

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May 19, 2019

Billion-Dollar Gamble: How A 'Singular Hero' Helped Start A New Field In Physics
In the 1970s, Rich Isaacson was presented with what seemed a crazy idea: using lasers to detect gravitational waves. It became the biggest project the National Science Foundation had ever funded.

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May 19, 2019

Deported After Living In The U.S. For 26 Years, He Navigates A New Life In Mexico
After losing protections under the DACA program, Gilberto Olivas-Bejarano was deported to his birth country. In the Mexican city of León, far from his former life, he says he has much to offer.

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May 19, 2019

How Vietnamese Americans Took Over The Nails Business: A Documentary
If you got a manicure lately, chances are your nail salon was run by Vietnamese entrepreneurs. In Nailed It, director Adele Free Pham investigates how refugees built a multi-billion dollar industry.

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May 19, 2019

In France, The #MeToo Movement Has Yet To Live Up To Women's Hopes
"The excuse we hear in France is that we have the French seduction type. ... it's in our culture and our tradition and blah, blah, blah," says a former member of parliament.

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May 19, 2019

The Colonial Roots Of Pimiento Cheese
A Filipina American discovers her favorite cheesy snack has a bloody origin story.

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May 19, 2019

A Photographer's Search For The Vanishing Stars Of Bengali Folk Theater
Ten years after leaving his childhood home in West Bengal, photographer Soumya Sankar Bose returned to find that stars of Jatra, a popular local form of folk theater, were fading from public view.

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May 19, 2019

Companies That Rely On Census Data Worry Citizenship Question Will Hurt
Lyft and Univision are among the critics of the citizenship question the Trump administration wants on the 2020 census. The businesses say it could harm the national head count and their bottom line.

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May 19, 2019

Pete Buttigieg Dismisses President Trump's Acceptance Of His Marriage
The president said the South Bend, Ind. mayor's marriage to a man was "absolutely fine." In an interview with NPR, Buttigieg said he was "more interested in policies that affect LGBTQ people."

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May 18, 2019

Duncan Laurence From The Netherlands Wins Eurovision 2019
Singers from 26 countries competed in the finals of the global song competition, which was held Saturday evening in Tel Aviv, Israel.

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May 18, 2019

Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison Scores Surprise Election Victory
Morrison's win defied analysts and pollsters, who had predicted his defeat for several months. "Tonight is about every single Australian who depends on their government to put them first," he said.

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