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Jul 05, 2022

The minds of octopuses may offer a glimpse at alien intelligence, researchers say
The mind of the octopus is so different than human intelligence, some people are studying it to see what alien intelligence might look like.

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Jul 05, 2022

British PM Boris Johnson's government is in turmoil as 2 Cabinet ministers resign
To lose one Cabinet minister may be seen as a misfortune, but to lose two looks like carelessness. That's what British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces after two key members of his Cabinet quit.

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Jul 05, 2022

DOJ is stepping up enforcement of a law that regulates foreign lobbying in Washington
The Department of Justice is more actively investigating foreign lobbying in Washington and Congress is considering an update to a key law regulating that. Transparency advocates say it is about time.

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Jul 05, 2022

Answering listeners' questions about COVID vaccines for young children
With COVID vaccines rolling out for younger children, NPR health correspondent Rob Stein and pediatrician Dr. Nia Heard-Garris are answering listener questions.

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Jul 05, 2022

Remembrances pour in for victims of Highland Park shooting
Remembrances and tributes are pouring in for the victims of the Highland Park July Fourth shootings.

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Jul 05, 2022

The U.S. Supreme Court term in review
NPR's Juana Summers talks with Legal Affairs Correspondent Nina Totenberg, SCOTUS Blog Founder Tom Goldstein and Constitutional law scholar Jamal Greene about this year's historic Supreme Court term.

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Jul 05, 2022

Advocates struggle with how much they can help with self-managed abortions
Reproductive rights proponents worry about the risk of counseling those who seek medication abortions, though they've published online support techniques and guides for safe use of the drugs.

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Jul 04, 2022

Shooting eye witness on the significance of the Highland Park July Fourth parade
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Miles Zaremski, an eye witness of the Fourth of July shooting in Highland Park, Ill. At least 6 people died and and dozens are wounded, according to local police.

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Jul 04, 2022

Radio Diaries: The almost astronaut
One man's story shows the underlying racial tensions and insularity of the early days of the U.S. space program.

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Jul 04, 2022

Russia has control of a key eastern Ukrainian city
Fighting and shelling remain intense in Ukraine as Russia has control of a key eastern Ukrainian city. In some areas, civilians have faced months of food and power shortages.

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Jul 04, 2022

Goats return to Manhattan to help weed Riverside Park
Goats are taking over Manhattan. Or, at least a sliver that needs serious weeding. It's happened the past few summers and has become a beloved ritual for those unused to interacting with farm animals.

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Jul 04, 2022

Akron, Ohio, imposes curfew due to protests after police killed Jayland Walker
The City of Akron, Ohio, has imposed a curfew overnight in response to growing tensions and protests after police shot and killed 25-year-old Jayland Walker in an attempted traffic stop.

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Jul 04, 2022

Encore: Examining commuters' sluggish return to mass transit
Even with gas prices at record highs, people in urban areas aren't flocking to mass transit. Public transportation has a lot of work to do to lure people back.

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Jul 04, 2022

In some places, swarms of drones have replaced Fourth of July fireworks
Traditional Fourth of July fireworks displays are being replaced by large swarms of small drones with colored lights. It reduces wildfire risk, pollution and loud noises.

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Jul 04, 2022

A Mexican town learned that 3 local cousins died in the San Antonio smuggling tradegy
Relatives of three young cousins from a small town in Mexico finally got that official word that they were among the victims of the San Antonio human smuggling tragedy.

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Jul 04, 2022

A Mexican town learned that 3 local cousins died in the San Antonio smuggling tragedy
Relatives of three young cousins from a small town in Mexico finally got that official word that they were among the victims of the San Antonio human smuggling tragedy.

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Jul 04, 2022

Frederick Douglass' descendants read 'What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?'
Descendants of Frederick Douglass read excerpts from one of his most famous speeches: What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July? Douglass gave this speech to a group of abolitionists 170 years ago.

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Jul 04, 2022

At least 6 are dead after shooting incident in Highland Park, Ill.
At least six people are dead and at least two dozen are injured after an an active shooter incident in the city of Highland Park, Ill.

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Jul 04, 2022

Illinois Rep. Brad Schneider reacts to shooting in his district
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with U.S. Rep. Brad Schneider, D-Ill., about a Fourth of July parade shooting that happened in the district that he represents in Highland Park, Ill.

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Jul 04, 2022

Surviving in a moment of rental hikes and inflation
Rents are up 15% nationwide and as much as 30% in some cities. Inflation and rising interest rates are also pricing many buyers out of the housing market — increasing the pressure to rent.

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Jul 04, 2022

U.S. says it was likely an Israeli soldier who killed Palestinian-American journalist
The U.S. says it was likely an Israeli soldier who killed Shireen Abu Akleh, a prominent Palestinian-American journalist, shot in May. She was covering an Israeli military raid..

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Jul 04, 2022

6 immigrants reflect on their complicated relationships with the 4th of July
We asked people who immigrated to the United States what the day meant to them — and how their feelings about the holiday have changed since they first arrived.

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Jul 04, 2022

A provocative exhibit at NYC's Met Museum takes a new point of view
The exhibit explores how Native Americans have used water. But it also points out how political water is.

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Jul 03, 2022

At Madrid's Amor de Dios flamenco center, dancers are finding their rhythm again
Amor de Dios is a famous dance center in Madrid that specializes in teaching flamenco. NPR's Michel Martin visited to see how this art form is taught.

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Jul 03, 2022

Son of Baldwin — a place for discussions of race, sexuality and gender — retires
After 14 years of running the social-justice blog Son of Baldwin, author Robert Jones Jr. announced that he is retiring the social-media community he built.

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Jul 03, 2022

Two years later, Madrid is still trying to heal the scars from when COVID-19 first hit
Madrid, Spain, was hit especially hard during the height of the COVID pandemic. Two years later, the effects still linger.

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Jul 03, 2022

Elvis songwriter Mike Stoller looks back on his hits
Mike Stoller and Jerry Leiber wrote hit songs for Elvis, along with a whos-who of other artists including Big Mama Thornton, Ben E. King, and more.

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Jul 03, 2022

'Sindicato de manteros' creates an anti-racist space for African migrants in Spain
Immigration to Spain is a controversial issue. In Madrid, a store run by African migrants — and a local non-profit — are working to change the way the issue is viewed by the Spanish public.

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Jul 03, 2022

Influential theater director Peter Brook dies at 97
Brook's work ranged from classical star-studded productions to radical experiments in theater. He reinvented King Lear and explored the fragility of civilization in the film Lord of the Flies.

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Jul 03, 2022

Losing a pregnancy could land you in jail in post-Roe America
Now that the Supreme Court has struck down Roe v. Wade, experts warn that prosecutions will increase for miscarriages, stillbirths and self-induced abortions.

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Jul 02, 2022

Revenge travel is here. Not all tourist destinations are ready
Revenge travel is here - Americans "sticking it to COVID" by going on holiday regardless of the risks. One of the major destinations it seems this summer is Italy. Where the crowds are growing so big that some tourists can't see the major sights.

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Jul 02, 2022

Senate observer group reflects on progress at this week's NATO meeting
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Sentor Thom Tillis and Senator Jeanne Shaheen, leaders of the bipartisan congressional delegation to NATO in Madrid, Spain.

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Jul 02, 2022

What the Supreme Court's EPA ruling will mean for the agency's goals
The Supreme Court limited the Environmental Protection Agency's ability to regulate emissions. NPR's Michel Martin asks former EPA head William K. Reilly how that will impact the agency's goals.

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Jul 02, 2022

What the U.S. enhancing its military presence in NATO nations could look like
The Commander of the NATO Combined Air Operations Centre in Torrejon, Spain, says more American bases on European soil will make it easier for NATo to activate troops.

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Jul 02, 2022

The U.S. ambassador to NATO outlines the challenges ahead for the alliance
Julianne Smith, United States Permanent Representative to NATO, tells NPR's Michel Martin the key takeaways from this year's summit — and the challenges that lie ahead for the alliance.

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Jul 02, 2022

Takeaways from this week's NATO summit
NPR's London correspondent Frank Langfitt talks with Michel Martin about the NATO summit this week in Madrid, Spain.

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Jul 02, 2022

How Russian musicians are raising money for Ukraine
JetLAG bills itself as the largest festival of Russian, Slavic and East European musicians in the U.S. But its organizers almost canceled it this summer because of the war in Ukraine.

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Jul 01, 2022

A niece remembers her beloved uncle, lost to COVID, with Elvis Presley
Elida Lozano remembers her uncle, Gerald Thomas, who died of COVID-19 in December 2021. Thomas loved listening to music and encouraged Lozano to go to college.

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Jul 01, 2022

Even with Beijing's backing, Hong Kong's new leader faces big challenges
Hong Kong gets a new leader on Friday with strong backing from Beijing, but faces challenges with a sluggish economy that remains closed to the outside world — and China — by COVID controls.

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Jul 01, 2022

A seismic shakeup in college sports as UCLA and USC join Big Ten
A college sports seismic shakeup is underway with UCLA and the USC bolting the Pac-12 Conference for the Big Ten. The move consolidates power between two super conferences and portends more changes.

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Jul 01, 2022

The travel chaos to expect over the July Fourth weekend
With gas and airline prices at record highs — and the airline industry in turmoil — travelers are facing more obstacles than usual over the busy holiday weekend.

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Jul 01, 2022

Some fear Christian nationalism is getting legal legitimacy through the Supreme Court
Three recent SCOTUS rulings have been celebrated by an extreme far right wing pushing conservative Christian values. Some see the decisions as evidence this ideology has found legitimacy on the bench.

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Jul 01, 2022

A Uvalde teacher is talking about the shooting after weeks in the hospital
Teacher Arnulfo Reyes was inside a Robb Elementary classroom when the Uvalde shooting began. He was repeatedly shot and spent more than a month in the hospital. Now, he's recounting what happened.

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Jul 01, 2022

Gov. Lujan Grisham asks Biden to consider providing abortion care on federal land
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Michelle Lujan Grisham, Democratic governor of New Mexico, about Friday's meeting with President Biden regarding the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade.

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Jul 01, 2022

The EPA prepares for its 'counterpunch' after the Supreme Court ruling
The Supreme Court's ruling that curbs the power of the EPA will slow its ability to respond to the climate crisis, but "does not take the EPA out of the game," according to its administrator.

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Jul 01, 2022

Odesa maintains some normalcy despite Russian aerial assault on southern Ukraine
Russia has increased its aerial assault on southern Ukraine, firing missiles at areas outside of the Donbas. But despite the threat, it's almost as if the war hasn't touched the port city Odesa.

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Jul 01, 2022

President Biden and a group of governors met about protecting abortion rights
President Biden met with a group of Democratic governors on how to protect abortion rights after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.

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Jul 01, 2022

Lessons from Portland's 2021 heatwave that can help us prep for the hot summer ahead
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Dr. Jennifer Vines, lead health officer of the Portland metropolitan area, about lessons learned from the deadly 2021 Portland heatwave as a sweltering summer awaits.

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Jul 01, 2022

How Americans are rethinking their spending habits
Inflation has affected the price of just about everything, from gas prices, to food, to housing. Across the country, Americans are rethinking their spending habits.

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Jul 01, 2022

It's Bobby Bonilla Day, the day each year the Mets pay the former player $1.2 million
Each year on July 1, the New York Mets must send a $1.2 million check to an All Star player named Bobby Bonilla. The strange thing is: Bonilla hasn't played baseball in over 20 years.

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Jul 01, 2022

Fourth of July fireworks canceled due to pyrotechnician shortage
Some fireworks companies are still reeling after the pandemic hit the industry hard. Due to a pyrotechnician shortage, some cities and towns are rescheduling or canceling their July Fourth fireworks.

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Jul 01, 2022

'Stranger Things' season finale succeeds by leaning into excess
The characters' relationships develop and they face an array of surprises and complications in the bustling storyline that closes the fourth season.

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Jul 01, 2022

Beyonce? Lizzo? Drake? Here are the early contenders for song of the summer
What makes a song of the summer? And are there any early contenders for 2022? NPR Music's Stephen Thompson makes his predictions.

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Jun 30, 2022

A crop of candidates are insisting they won their elections, despite not being close
Some candidates who finished way down in Georgia's primaries have said their elections were tainted by fraud, and at least one is fundraising off of that.

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Jun 30, 2022

Post-Roe, a look at how old and new protest music reflects political moments
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with NPR music critic Ann Powers and music scholar Shana Redmond about how old and new protest music reflects political moments, following the Supreme Court overturning Roe.

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Jun 30, 2022

Where abortion is banned, someone's phone activity could be used as criminal evidence
Search histories, geolocation and health data — or any digital breadcrumbs suggesting an illegal abortion was researched or sought — may be targeted by prosecutors in states with abortion bans.

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Jun 30, 2022

The effect the Supreme Court's climate decision may have
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Environment Protection Agency does not have the authority to mandate carbon emissions reductions from existing power plants.

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Jun 30, 2022

41% of adults in the U.S. have medical debt. Here are some ways to try to avoid it
High deductibles, copays and health care costs are fueling a massive debt crisis in the U.S. In our ongoing investigation into medical debt, we look at ways to stay out of the health care debt trap.

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Jun 30, 2022

Ketanji Brown Jackson sworn in as associate justice on the Supreme Court
Ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn in as Supreme Court Justice Thursday, filling the seat of outgoing Justice Stephen Breyer and becoming the first Black woman to serve on the country's highest court.

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Jun 30, 2022

Immigration advocates are cheering the Supreme Court's decision on 'Remain in Mexico'
The Supreme Court sided with the Biden administration in a major immigration ruling. The Court says the government can roll back the so-called "Remain in Mexico" policy implemented by President Trump.

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Jun 30, 2022

Estonia's Prime Minister Kaja Kallas on how the NATO summit went
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas at the NATO conference in Madrid, Spain.

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Jun 30, 2022

Thousands have been sent to the hospital due to Japan's blistering heatwave
Japan is sweltering amid a blistering heatwave not seen in decades. As the country deals with an energy crunch, Japanese businesses are trying to save energy by turning lights down and thermostats up.

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Jun 30, 2022

Supreme Court allows Biden administration to roll back 'Remain In Mexico' policy
NPR's Juana Summers speaks with Marysol Castro, an attorney with El Paso's Diocesan Migrant and Refugee Services, about the Remain in Mexico decision.

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Jun 30, 2022

Former Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski was more than a basketball coach for former players
NPR's Juana Summers talks with Jay Williams, host of NPR's The Limits, about his conversation with recently retired, legendary Duke college basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski, who once coached Williams.

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Jun 30, 2022

8 books to enjoy at the beach this summer
From light romance and short fiction to thrillers, here's a list of books that are perfect companions as you retreat to the beach or pool to catch a break from the summer heat.

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Jun 30, 2022

Election deniers have taken their fraud theories on tour — to nearly every state
Even as the Jan. 6 hearings play out, election misinformation keeps spreading. NPR tracked four leaders preaching false information about election fraud at hundreds of grassroots events nationwide.

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Jun 30, 2022

Why mosquitoes might find you irresistible. Hint: A viral lure
Researchers have found that certain viruses may have a trick up their sleeve that can make humans more attractive to mosquitoes. The study also revealed a possible remedy.

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Jun 30, 2022

Ticking down a checklist of qualifications in 'Mr. Malcolm's List'
A 19th-century British gentleman's requirements for his bride lead to a scheme with many complications in Mr. Malcolm's List, a Bridgerton-like romance based on Suzanne Allain's 2020 novel.

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Jun 30, 2022

How the Supreme Court could radically reshape elections for president and Congress
The justices have agreed to hear a case next term about how much power state legislatures have over how congressional and presidential elections are run. It could upend election laws across the U.S.

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Jun 30, 2022

Supreme Court restricts the EPA's authority to mandate carbon emissions reductions
The U.S. Supreme Court, in a 6-3 decision, ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency does not have the authority to mandate carbon emissions from existing power plants.

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Jun 30, 2022

It's been a vicious 6 months for stocks. Here's what the grim markets are signaling
All that whipsawing on Wall Street in the first half of the year reflects real nervousness. Investors are worried the Fed may tip the economy into a recession.

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Jun 29, 2022

Supreme Court hands defeat to Native American Tribes in Oklahoma
Only recently did the court rule that the eastern half of Oklahoma is on tribal land, and that the state could not bring criminal prosecutions there without the consent of the Indian tribes there.

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Jun 29, 2022

The region responsible for 40% of Italy's agriculture faces worst drought in 70 years
Italy's agricultural heartland is suffering its worst drought in 70 years. Authorities are struggling to deal with the situation and save as much of the country's harvest as possible.

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Jun 29, 2022

The deaths of migrants in San Antonio has put a spotlight on the immigration issue
The deaths of 53 smuggled in a semi-truck in Texas have thrown immigration into headlines ahead of midterms. Republicans blame Biden for loosening Trump's policies. Immigrant advocates fault Title 42.

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Jun 29, 2022

International special envoys for LGBTQ rights talk about pride around the world
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with envoys assigned to LGBTQ issues - the U.S.'s Jessica Stern, Italy's Fabrizio Petri and Argentina's Alba Rueda - about whether life is improving for queer people globally.

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Jun 29, 2022

Some Californians are prepping to host visitors who seek abortion access
California volunteers are gearing up to host women from out of state in their homes or drive them to abortion appointments. One is a 75-year old woman motivated by having had abortions before 'Roe.'

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Jun 29, 2022

Vermont to vote on whether to amend the state's constitution to protect abortion
Some states passed laws protecting abortion rights before Roe was overturned. A few are going further. Vermont will vote on an amendment to fully protect abortion access in the state's constitution.

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Jun 29, 2022

San Antonio deaths highlight the dangers people face crossing the border illegally
The death of dozens of people in the back of a semi-trailer in San Antonio, Texas, is a reminder of the dangers people face crossing the border illegally. Yet, large numbers of people are trying.

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Jun 29, 2022

Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., supports a national strike over Roe's demise
NPR's Juana Summers talks with Rep. Pramila Jayapal, chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, about protecting abortion rights — which has long been among the Democratic party's central causes.

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Jun 29, 2022

The complicated — and rapidly shifting — legal risks of getting an abortion by pill
Abortions by pill make up more than half of abortions now. But the Supreme Court's ruling means about half of states will eventually ban or seriously restrict abortion, including by medication.

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Jun 29, 2022

Ben & Jerry's' corporate owner found a workaround to sell ice cream in the West Bank
The corporate owner of Ben & Jerry's has made a deal to keep selling ice cream in Israel and its West Bank settlements, working around an attempt by the ice cream maker to protest Israeli occupation.

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Jun 29, 2022

Secretary Blinken and Spanish Foreign Minister Albares on new NATO Strategic Concept
NPR's Michel Martin moderates a panel with Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Spain's Foreign Minister José Manuel Albares at the NATO Public Forum in Madrid about Ukraine and immigration.

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Jun 29, 2022

What we've learned so far about Jan. 6
House investigators have been building their case, presenting dozens of hours of testimony, showing how President Trump and his allies tried to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election.

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Jun 29, 2022

R. Kelly is sentenced to 30 years in prison
The R&B star was convicted in New York last year of sexual exploitation of a child, bribery, sex trafficking and racketeering.

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Jun 29, 2022

How Elizabeth Cotten's music fueled the folk revival
Although inducted into the 2022 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, her contributions haven't always been properly acknowledged.

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Jun 29, 2022

Americans are deeply divided on transgender rights, a poll shows
An NPR/Ipsos poll shows a stark partisan split on laws that prevent transgender youth from accessing medical care for gender transition.

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Jun 28, 2022

Michigan's Supreme Court weakened a case about Flint's toxic water against officials
People in Flint, Mich., are awaiting justice after water there was poisoned years ago. The former governor is facing charges, but the state Supreme Court has issued an opinion weakening the case.

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Jun 28, 2022

Germany aims to offset living costs and gas demand with discounted public transport
This summer, one can travel in Germany on public transportation for less than $10 a month. It's part of a government package to tackle the soaring cost of living by using more public transportation.

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Jun 28, 2022

Turkey has dropped its objections to Finland and Sweden joining NATO
NATO leades say Turkey has dropped its objection to Finland and Sweden being invited into the alliance — one of the most significant reactions by the West so far to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

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Jun 28, 2022

FDA advisers recommend new COVID vaccines designed specifically to fend off omicron
FDA advisers recommended the agency authorize new COVID-19 vaccines targeted at omicron to protect people against what could be another winter surge.

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Jun 28, 2022

What the former White House aide's testimony could mean for the Jan. 6 investigation
Tuesday's surprise hearing of the Jan. 6 committee came with some explosive testimony from Cassidy Hutchinson. She was an aide to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.

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Jun 28, 2022

Russia is facing a huge geopolitical price for its invasion of Ukraine
Russia has won significant ground on the battlefield in eastern Ukraine but a growing number of experts say the growing costs to Moscow's military, economy and stature far outweigh the gains.

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Jun 28, 2022

51 immigrants are dead in the worst known human smuggling catastrophe in modern U.S.
Federal authorities are investigating the deaths of 51 immigrants. Most of the bodies were found Monday in the oven-like trailer of an 18-wheeler abandoned on the outskirts of San Antonio, Texas.

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Jun 28, 2022

Trump said he knew Jan. 6 crowd members had weapons, ex-White House aide testified
A former White House aide told the House Jan. 6 committee that President Trump knew the crowd was armed and tried overpowering a secret service agent to go to the Capitol.

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Jun 28, 2022

VP Harris responds to SCOTUS ruling that there is no constitutional right to abortion
Vice President Harris has a long history working on reproductive rights. NPR's Asma Khalid talks with her about what the White House will do now that the Supreme Court has overturned 'Roe v. Wade.'

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Jun 28, 2022

A passenger recounts the moment the Amtrak train derailed: 'It was hell on Earth'
A passenger on board the Amtrak train that crashed into a truck and derailed in Missouri on Monday, killing four people, has described the harrowing moment when his carriage rolled.

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Jun 28, 2022

A pilot shortage might be why you're facing flight delays and cancelations
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Captain Casey Murray, President of the Southwest Airlines Pilots Association, about why there's a shrinking number of pilots.

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Jun 28, 2022

How gas projects in Africa could affect the continent's future
The scramble for gas after the Ukraine war means a push for new gas projects across Africa. Some worry these projects don't make sense. And they could worsen climate change for the continent.

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Jun 28, 2022

Afghans work to recover after earthquake that killed hundreds
Hundreds perished in last week's earthquake in eastern Afghanistan. Afghans are working together to deliver aid to the area.

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Jun 28, 2022

HHS Secretary Becerra on federal abortion rights
NPR's Juana Summers talks with President Biden's health and human services secretary, Xavier Becerra, about steps the administration is prepared to take to protect women's reproductive health care.

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