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Jan 24, 2021

'Just As I Am': Cicely Tyson Reflects On Her Long Career And The Miles Davis She Knew
In a memoir, Cicely Tyson recalls an improbable journey through a six-decade career. She says several roles "hurt me deeply because it happened simply because of the color of my skin and my sex."

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Jan 24, 2021

'Just As I Am': Cicely Tyson Reflects On Her Long Career
In a memoir, Cicely Tyson recalls an improbable journey through a six-decade career. She says several roles "hurt me deeply because it happened simply because of the color of my skin and my sex."

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Jan 24, 2021

Dallas Mayor On Vaccine Rollout Plans For Residents
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson about the city's plans to distribute COVID-19 vaccines to residents, especially underserved and vulnerable communities.

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Jan 24, 2021

Historian Discusses The Politics That Shape U.S. History In Schools
NPR's Michel Martin speaks to historian Hasan Kwame Jeffries about how American school children learn about U.S. history.

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Jan 24, 2021

How The Pandemic Transformed Senior Year For 3 High School Students
Three high school seniors — Bronte Roltsch, Aya Hamza and Madeline Mueller — update NPR's Michel Martin about how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting their lives and post-graduation plans.

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Jan 24, 2021

Life Kit: How To Work Less And De-Stress
For millions of people, working from home has not meant working fewer hours. A recent episode of NPR's Life Kit focuses on how to get more rest.

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Jan 24, 2021

Sen. Mark Warner Makes Case For New Pandemic Relief Bill
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Mark Warner, a Democratic senator from Virginia, about President Biden's proposed coronavirus relief plan and efforts to get bipartisan support for it in Congress.

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Jan 24, 2021

Sen. Mitch McConnell's Post-Trump Posturing
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Jane Mayer, chief Washington correspondent for The New Yorker, about Sen. Mitch McConnell and what motivated him to finally cut ties with then-President Trump.

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Jan 23, 2021

Mexico's Oscar-Winning Directors Embrace Rise Of Fernando Frías De La Parra
Director Fernando Frías de la Parra's Netflix film I'm No Longer Here is Mexico's entry for Best International Feature Film at the Oscars. "He's truly original," says Roma director Alfonso Cuarón.

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Jan 23, 2021

TV Movie Review: Lifetime's Salt-N-Pepa Biopic
The new movie, Salt-N-Pepa, is about one of the first and most successful all-female rap groups. The film was executive produced by Queen Latifah and directed by Mario Van Peebles.

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Jan 23, 2021

Former OSHA Head Talks Biden's Executive Order On Workplace Safety
NPR's Michel Martin speaks to Dr. David Michaels, former head of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, about the president's move to strengthen workplace safety rules during the pandemic.

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Jan 23, 2021

Dolores Huerta Reacts To Cesar Chavez Bust In Biden's Oval Office
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with labor activist Dolores Huerta about President Biden's decision to display a bust of the late labor icon Cesar Chavez behind his desk in White House.

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Jan 23, 2021

Facebook Oversight Board Co-Chair On Future Of Trump's Account
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Jamal Greene, co-chair of Facebook's independent oversight board, about what will happen next with President Trump's suspended account.

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Jan 23, 2021

Biden Is Catholic. He Also Supports Abortion Rights. Here's What That Could Mean
President Biden is only the nation's second Catholic president. He also supports abortion rights — a position at odds with his church.

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Jan 23, 2021

Author Interview: 'The New Phd: How To Build A Better Graduate Education'
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with professor Leonard Cassuto and former university administrator Robert Weisbuch about their new book.

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Jan 23, 2021

Wuhan's Lockdown Memories One Year Later: Pride, Anger, Deep Pain
January 23 marks the one-year anniversary of the strict lockdown imposed on the first epicenter of COVID-19. Here's what residents have to say about their experience.

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Jan 22, 2021

Even In Isolation, Rhye Makes Music For Us To Come Together
Mike Milosh, the voice of the R&B collective, says creativity permeates every hour of his life — so he tried to make a sacred space for it while recording his new album, Home.

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Jan 22, 2021

Asylum Seekers Hope Biden's Pledge To Welcome Immigrants Includes Them
One of the most daunting immigration challenges facing the Biden administration is what to do about the multitudes of migrants who want asylum protection in the United States.

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Jan 22, 2021

Biden Lifted Trump's Travel Ban. Here's How That Affects Refugees
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Corine Dehabey, who helps run a refugee resettlement organization in Ohio, about the implications of President Biden's reversal of the Trump administration's travel ban.

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Jan 22, 2021

Canadian Officials React To Biden Revoking Keystone XL Permit
Canadian officials say they're disappointed that President Biden revoked the Keystone XL Pipeline permit — but they're also looking forward to working with the new administration on climate change.

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Jan 22, 2021

Fauci On The Biden Administration's COVID-19 Strategy
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to President Biden, about the administration's plan to fight the coronavirus as new variants threaten to make matters worse.

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Jan 22, 2021

How Does Catnip Make Cats High? New Study Offers Answers
Cats act high when they're given catnip because, well, they are. Researchers say that catnip and another plant, silver vine, produce a chemical that activates their opioid reward systems.

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Jan 22, 2021

How Fox News Is Adapting To The Biden Era
Fox News is doubling down on its opinion shows and firing or sidelining some journalists as it adjusts to the Biden era. NPR discusses what these moves might tell about what Fox is trying to achieve.

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Jan 22, 2021

Washington State Partners With Starbucks, Microsoft, Costco On Vaccine Efforts
Washington state is partnering with Starbucks, Microsoft and Costco to get people COVID-19 vaccine shots faster. These companies know logistics, but it's unclear if there are enough vaccine doses.

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Jan 22, 2021

Mass Vaccination Efforts Thrust Pharmacies To Center Of COVID-19 Fight
With mass COVID-19 vaccination efforts underway, pharmacies have a critical public health role. But limited supply and uneven state and federal rules make it hard to tell the public what to expect.

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Jan 22, 2021

How Biden Administration Plans To Navigate Challenging Topic Of Climate Change
Addressing climate change is one of the Biden administration's top priorities. NPR looks at President Biden's pledge to stop new oil and gas leasing on public lands and the challenges he might face.

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Jan 22, 2021

The Economy Aboard The International Space Station
For astronauts living at the International Space Station, money is practically useless. There's nowhere to spend it. Instead astronauts developed a functioning barter economy.

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Jan 22, 2021

Constitutional Questions On Trump's Senate Impeachment Trial Answered
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Michael Kang, a professor of constitutional law at Northwestern University, about how the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump could work in the Senate.

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Jan 22, 2021

Baseball Home Run King Hank Aaron Dies At 86
Hank Aaron, one of the best hitters in baseball history, has died at age 86. Aaron became the home run leader after passing Babe Ruth in 1974 — a record that would stand for 33 years.

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Jan 22, 2021

100 Million Shots In 100 Days: Is Biden's COVID-19 Vaccination Goal Achievable?
President Biden's goal is 100 million COVID-19 vaccine doses in 100 days. Health experts say it sounds ambitious, but it is within reach.

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Jan 22, 2021

Germany Expected To Put Right-Wing AfD Under Surveillance For Violating Constitution
Germany's Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution has wrapped up a two-year investigation into the Alternative for Germany. The party's far-right branch is already under surveillance.

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Jan 21, 2021

Atlanta Dream, Co-Owned By Former Sen. Kelly Loeffler, Is Close To Being Sold
Ever since Loeffler denounced WNBA support for Black Lives Matter, players have wanted the league to force her to sell the team.

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Jan 21, 2021

On A New Anthology, Dusty Springfield's Take On Southern Soul Gets Another Look
In 1968, the British singer flew to the U.S. after signing with Atlantic Records. Her acclaimed recordings from this period are collected in Dusty Springfield: The Complete Atlantic Singles 1968-1971.

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Jan 21, 2021

'The Separate and Unequal Health System' Highlighted By COVID-19
A South Los Angeles hospital has long provided for an underserved community where private insurance is scarce and chronic illnesses can flourish. And then came a devastating coronavirus surge.

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Jan 21, 2021

Texas Officials Call For Changes In Initial COVID-19 Vaccination Plan
Several officials in Austin pushed back on Texas' initial COVID-19 vaccination plan, which would've put just nine of the city's 65 vaccination sites on the lower-income and more diverse east side.

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Jan 21, 2021

More Than 80 Nations Sign On To A New Global Treaty To Prohibit Nuclear Weapons
A new global treaty banning nuclear weapons will go into force on Friday. More than 80 countries have signed on to it — but none of them are countries that have nuclear weapons.

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Jan 21, 2021

Detroit's Reaction To Trump Granting Clemency To Former Mayor Kilpatrick
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Stephen Henderson, host of WDET's Detroit Today show, about how Detroit residents are reacting to the commutation of former Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick's sentence.

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Jan 21, 2021

Biden's Cancellation Of Permit For Keystone XL Pipeline Faces Mixed Reactions
President Biden's plan to cancel the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline is welcome news to Native American governments and activists in Montana — but disappointing to many elected officials.

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Jan 21, 2021

Biden Takes 1st Executive Actions To Fight The Coronavirus Pandemic
President Biden began putting his pandemic strategy into action. He is saying he will use Defense Production Act powers to boost production of vaccines, testing equipment and supplies in the U.S.

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Jan 21, 2021

A Look At Biden's Immigration Policies
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Muzaffar Chishti, a senior fellow at the nonpartisan Migration Policy Institute, about how President Biden is planning to tackle issues concerning immigration.

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Jan 21, 2021

Airlines Welcome Biden's New Mask Mandate
President Biden set a mask mandate for interstate travel on Thursday. Airlines already have their own mask requirements, but enforcement has been spotty. They want federal officials to step in.

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Jan 21, 2021

Faith Leaders Called For Divine Blessing Of New Administration On Inauguration Day
Wednesday's post-inauguration prayer service, a tradition dating to George Washington's inauguration, featured faith leaders from various religious traditions. Many were from progressive backgrounds.

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Jan 21, 2021

Facebook Outsources Decision On The Future Of Trump's Account To An Independent Panel
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Nick Clegg of Facebook about the company's decision to refer questions on the suspension of former President Donald Trump's account to its independent Oversight Board.

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Jan 21, 2021

In New Senate, Party Leaders Try To Chart A Path Forward For Their Agendas
Democrats now narrowly control the Senate, but both parties must work together to determine how the 50-50 chamber will operate — while balancing confirmations and an impeachment trial.

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Jan 21, 2021

More Than 30 Dead And Dozens Wounded After Double Suicide Attack In Iraq's Capital
Twin suicide bombings at a Baghdad market — unheard of in recent years — are raising security concerns as the Biden administration looks at the U.S. troops still in the country.

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Jan 21, 2021

Meet Jen Ellis, The Woman Behind Bernie Sanders' Inauguration Day Mittens
When Ellis, a second-grade teacher from Vermont, gifted her senator a pair of wool mittens in 2016, she never imagined the viral sensation they would go on to become.

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Jan 21, 2021

Meet Jen Ellis, The Woman Behind Sanders' Meme-Worthy Mittens
On Wednesday, the Internet exploded with memes about mittens, which Sen. Bernie Sanders wore during the inauguration ceremony. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Jen Ellis, who made those mittens.

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Jan 21, 2021

What's Ahead For QAnon After Biden's Inauguration?
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Will Sommer of The Daily Beast about the sentiments among QAnon conspiracy believers after the inauguration of President Biden.

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Jan 20, 2021

A Look At Biden's 1st Day In Office
On his first day in office, President Biden delivered a message of unity and signed a raft of executive actions. NPR discusses the major events of Inauguration Day.

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Jan 20, 2021

Hopes For The Next 4 Years: Devoted Catholic Wants People To Do More Good
On Inauguration Day, All Things Considered revisits some of its previous guests to find out what they hope for in the next four years. Among them is Steven Melancon, a devoted Catholic from Las Vegas.

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Jan 20, 2021

Inaugural Poet Amanda Gorman Performs Poem She Completed After Capitol Riot
Inaugural poet Amanda Gorman finished her poem "The Hill We Climb" after the January 6 riot at the Capitol. We hear an excerpt from her reading today.

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Jan 20, 2021

Hindus Offer Prayers For Harris In Her Grandfather's Village In Southeast India
Kamala Harris is the first woman and the first person of color to become U.S. vice president. People in India celebrated Harris as the first person of South Asian descent to hold that office.

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Jan 20, 2021

Biden Is President, But Some In Rural West Still Cling To False Notion That Trump Won
President Biden has been sworn in, but some people in conservative parts of the U.S. say they still believe the false notion that former President Donald Trump is the winner of the 2020 election.

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Jan 20, 2021

In Flurry Of Executive Orders, Biden Reverses Some Of Trump's Immigration Policies
President Biden has signed executive orders rolling back parts of the Trump administration's immigration crackdown. He also shared more details on an immigration bill he hopes Congress will pass.

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Jan 20, 2021

NPR Critic Reviews TV Coverage Of Inauguration Day
Inauguration of President Biden and Vice President Harris was a major TV moment, featuring stars, such as Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez. NPR reviews the television coverage of Inauguration Day events.

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Jan 20, 2021

What Europe Expects From The Biden Administration
The Biden administration has a lot of work ahead to repair alliances, particularly in Europe. NPR takes a look at what the U.K. and European Union expect from an incoming administration.

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Jan 20, 2021

Biden Expected To Work To Repair U.S. Relations With Palestinian Leadership
The Trump administration dramatically shifted U.S. policy toward Israel and the Palestinians in favor of Israel. President Biden is expected to try to repair U.S. relations with the Palestinians.

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Jan 20, 2021

Los Angeles Voters On Their Hopes For New Administration
Some Los Angeles voters hope that President Biden will be quick to condemn the kind of racism and anti-immigrant sentiments that former President Donald Trump brought out in many of his supporters.

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Jan 20, 2021

Biden Becomes 46th U.S. President In Inauguration Ceremony Unlike Any Other
On Inauguration Day, President Biden called for unity among Americans and is expected to sign a set of executive orders. NPR takes a look at the inaugural events.

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Jan 20, 2021

Massachusetts Voters Share Their Hopes For New Administration
Some Massachusetts voters hope that the Biden administration will do better on protecting the environment and managing the pandemic. But some say they fear President Biden may be too moderate.

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Jan 20, 2021

Celebrations Abound In Nation's Capital On Inauguration Day
The nation's capital was quiet amid unprecedented security on Inauguration Day — but there were also celebrations for the history-making vice president.

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Jan 20, 2021

Biden Expected To Sign Flurry Of Day 1 Executive Orders
Drawing on his campaign promise to take action from Day 1 in office, President Biden is set to sign a slew of executive orders Wednesday — including several to reverse Trump administration policies.

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Jan 20, 2021

A Look At Harris' Busy Inauguration Day
On Wednesday, Kamala Harris was sworn in as the country's first female, Black, Asian American vice president. NPR follows her on Inauguration Day.

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Jan 20, 2021

A Look At The Transition Of Power On Capitol Hill
The inauguration wasn't the only transition of power that took place on Wednesday. Vice President Harris was to swear in new senators from Georgia, giving Democrats control of the chamber.

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Jan 20, 2021

A Historian On Where Biden's Inauguration Fits In History
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Heather Cox Richardson, an American historian at Boston College, about the historical significance of President Biden's inauguration.

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Jan 20, 2021

A Jesuit Priest On How Faith Informs Biden's Leadership
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with the Rev. James Martin, a writer and Jesuit priest, about President Biden's inaugural address and the role that faith has played in his personal and political life.

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Jan 20, 2021

Hopes For The Next 4 Years: Philadelphia City Official Wishes For Racial Justice
On Inauguration Day, All Things Considered revisits some of its previous guests to find out what they hope for in the next four years. Among them is Philadelphia City Council member Jamie Gauthier.

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Jan 20, 2021

Harris Makes History As 1st Woman Of Color To Become Vice President
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Errin Haines, editor-at-large at The 19th, about Vice President Harris making history with her inauguration.

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Jan 20, 2021

Hopes For The Next 4 Years: An Educator Wants To Teach Her Students In Person Again
On Inauguration Day, All Things Considered revisits some of its previous guests to find out what they hope for in the next four years. One of them is West Virginia schoolteacher Karla Hilliard.

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Jan 20, 2021

Domestic Extremism Expert On Potential Threats To Presidential Inauguration
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Kathleen Belew, the author of Bring the War Home, about potential threats from the white power and militia movements on Inauguration Day.

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Jan 20, 2021

During Inaugural Address, Biden Calls For Unity Amid Multiple National Crises
In his inaugural address, President Biden urged Americans to come together to move past the multiple crises facing — and, in some cases, dividing — the nation.

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Jan 20, 2021

For 1st Time In 150 Years, Outgoing President Doesn't Attend Inauguration
Former President Donald Trump skipped Wednesday's inauguration, defying a long-lasting tradition. He held his own farewell ceremony before going to Florida.

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Jan 20, 2021

Sen. Coons On How New Administration Plans To Work With Congress
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., about the work ahead for President Biden and plans for working with the new Congress on the president's agenda.

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Jan 20, 2021

Newly Elected GOP Congresswoman On Biden's Presidential Agenda
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with newly elected Rep. Young Kim, R-Calif., about President Biden's speech and what parts of his agenda she can get behind.

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Jan 19, 2021

Virginia Governor On Inauguration Security
Most bridges between Virginia and Washington, D.C. are closed for the inauguration. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam about how his state is preparing for Wednesday's events.

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Jan 19, 2021

How A National Tribute Helps Americans Grieve Lives Lost To COVID-19
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with historian Micki McElya, who wrote The Politics of Mourning, about the significance of the tribute at the Lincoln Memorial in honor of those who died of COVID-19.

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Jan 19, 2021

How Trump's Businesses Benefited During His Presidency
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Andrea Bernstein, host of the Trump, Inc. podcast from WNYC, about how President Trump's businesses profited from his time in office.

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Jan 19, 2021

Marching Bands From Historically Black Colleges To Perform During Inauguration
Six marching bands from historically Black colleges and universities will play during President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday. NPR discusses the significance of their performance.

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Jan 19, 2021

As Trump Leaves Office, Anti-Trump Activists Try To Form New Agenda
A vast network of activists and organizations emerged to oppose Donald Trump's presidency. Many are trying to figure out how to form a new agenda and remain relevant once he leaves office.

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Jan 19, 2021

Biden's National Security, Foreign Policy Nominees Face Senate Confirmation Hearings
President-elect Joe Biden's top picks for national security and foreign policy positions face Senate confirmation hearings Tuesday. They will be questioned on a range of challenges facing the U.S.

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Jan 19, 2021

Coronavirus Victims: Gospel Blues Performer John Wilkins
The Rev. John Wilkins of Hunter's Chapel in Mississippi spent his life performing gospel blues in and out of the church. He died of COVID-19 at age 76.

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Jan 19, 2021

Biden To Attend Memorial For COVID-19 Victims Ahead Of Inauguration
President-elect Joe Biden arrived in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday ahead of Wednesday's inauguration. He will attend a memorial service for those who have died of COVID-19.

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Jan 19, 2021

It's Been A Year Since 1st Coronavirus Case Was Reported In U.S.
After the first known U.S. case of COVID-19 was reported in Snohomish County, Wash., on Jan. 20, 2020, local and state officials mobilized their public health forces against a poorly understood virus.

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Jan 19, 2021

Klobuchar On Inauguration Day Security
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., of the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies, about security around the inauguration following the Capitol riot.

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Jan 19, 2021

Howard University's Marching Band To Perform During Inauguration
Howard University's Showtime Marching Band will be part of the inaugural activities. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, a Howard graduate, often included drum lines in her campaign events.

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Jan 19, 2021

How President Trump's Rhetoric Has Affected U.S. Politics
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Jennifer Mercieca, a historian of American political rhetoric, about how President Trump has changed the way Americans talk about politics, the government and each other.

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Jan 19, 2021

GOP Problem-Solver On Legislation He Thinks Will Unite Lawmakers
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Rep. Don Bacon, R-Neb., a member of the Problem Solvers Caucus, about what legislation he thinks lawmakers will come together across the aisle for and pass quickly.

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Jan 19, 2021

The Science Behind How COVID-19 Vaccines Work
COVID-19 vaccines prevent most people from becoming seriously ill. But they may not prevent infection or one's ability to spread the virus. So it's still worth wearing a mask — even after the shots.

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Jan 19, 2021

Scientists Worry About Coronavirus Variant Spreading In Brazil
More transmissible forms of the coronavirus have emerged on three continents, and at least one is circulating across the U.S. But scientists are especially worried about a variant spreading in Brazil.

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Jan 19, 2021

Yellen Urges Congress To 'Act Big' To Prop Up Pandemic-Scarred Economy
At her confirmation hearing Tuesday, Treasury Secretary-designate Janet Yellen warned that without more federal help, the recession would last longer and be more painful than necessary.

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Jan 18, 2021

For Many Areas, Count Of Homeless Population Is Canceled, Or Delayed
The annual street survey of homeless people is being delayed or put off completely in some parts of the U.S. during the pandemic, even as the country's unsheltered population appears to be growing.

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Jan 18, 2021

Farewell To Our Senior Arts Editor Tom Cole
Tom Cole, senior editor on NPR's Arts Desk, is retiring after 33 years of shepherding thousands of art pieces to broadcast. NPR bids him farewell.

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Jan 18, 2021

Martin Luther King Jr.'s Vision For Economic Justice
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Michael Tubbs, Stockton, Calif., ex-mayor and founder of Mayors for a Guaranteed Income, on how Martin Luther King Jr. impacted the fight for universal basic income.

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Jan 18, 2021

At Least 13 Off-Duty Police Officers Suspected Of Having Taken Part In Capitol Riot
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Kimberly Kindy of The Washington Post about her reporting on how at least 13 off-duty police officers took part in the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.

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Jan 18, 2021

About 80% Of Japanese Think Olympic Games Should Be Canceled Or Postponed, Poll Shows
With much of Japan in a state of emergency due to the pandemic, public opinion is turning against holding the Tokyo Olympics. But organizers insist that there is no question of canceling the games.

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Jan 18, 2021

NIH Director On The State Of The Pandemic In The U.S.
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins about the ongoing pandemic, delays in the mass vaccination campaign and the impending political transition.

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Jan 18, 2021

Merkel's Political Party Picks Armin Laschet As New Leader
Angela Merkel has been one of Germany's most popular leaders. She's stepping down at the end of this year. Over the weekend, her party chose a new leader and possible successor to her.

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Jan 18, 2021

How Biden Administration May Address Domestic Extremism
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Mary McCord, legal director at the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection, about how the incoming Biden administration may tackle domestic extremism.

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Jan 18, 2021

Former U.S. Ambassador To Russia On The Arrest Of Russian Opposition Leader
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Michael McFaul, former U.S. ambassador to Russia, about the arrest of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny and its implications for global relations with Russia.

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Jan 18, 2021

French See Antony Blinken, Biden's Pick For Secretary Of State, As One Of Their Own
Europeans say Secretary of State Mike Pompeo didn't take the European Union seriously. But they believe things will be different with Antony Blinken, Biden's nominee for secretary of state.

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