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NPR Topics: News
Jul 15, 2024

Food aid is piling up inside Gaza. Here's why it's not reaching those in need
Israel says large quantities of food aid are piling up just inside the Gaza border. Aid groups say Israeli military operations and other obstacles prevent its delivery to desperate Palestinians.

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Jul 15, 2024

Trump Shooting Investigation, Disinformation and Extremism, RNC
Details emerge about the person who allegedly tried to assassinate Donald Trump. Conspiracy theories abound over the event that left Trump hurt. And the attempted assassination will impact the tenor of the Republican National Convention and speeches there.

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Jul 15, 2024

U.N. peacekeepers take cover as Lebanon's Hezbollah and Israel trade attacks
"The situation is really quite volatile," Capt. Alessandro Crepy, with the Italian contingent of the peacekeeping group UNIFIL, says of the fighting between forces in Israel and Lebanon.

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Jul 15, 2024

Don't think heat pumps are sexy? This slow jam could change your mind
Heat pumps are an important tool to stave off global warming. Two Berkeley musicians wrote a sultry anthem about them.

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Jul 15, 2024

Soccer fans were treated to 2 big tournament finals: UEFA Euro 2024, Copa America
It was an amazing Sunday of soccer with the finals of two big international tournaments: the Euros and Copa America.

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Jul 15, 2024

Both parties need to communicate with voters at this moment, strategist says
Some Republicans are pointing the finger at Democrats for the assassination attempt against ex-President Trump. GOP strategist Heath Mayo tells NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer he wants more respectful dialogue.

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Jul 15, 2024

The 988 suicide and crisis line turns 2 years old tomorrow
The lifeline has connected millions of people to help either by phone text or chat. But while it's gotten better over the two years, it still has a long way to go.

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Jul 15, 2024

As a baby bust hits rural areas, hospital labor and delivery wards are closing down
In some rural areas, births have dropped by three-quarters since the late 1950s, and hospitals are shuttering labor and delivery units, leaving mothers little access to care when they need it.

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Jul 15, 2024

The RNC starts today. Here's what you need to know
The convention will be the first national gathering for party members to rally behind former President Donald Trump after he survived an assassination attempt at a campaign rally.

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Jul 15, 2024

The Republican National Convention kicks off just days after attempt on Trump's life
While GOP officials say the assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump will not affect the RNC, there is no question it will have a strong impact on the speeches and tenor of the event.

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Jul 15, 2024

The Trump assassination attempt raises questions about Secret Service failures
How was a shooter able to get a line of sight to a former president during a public event? We speak with former secret service agent Bill Gage about protecting presidents.

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Jul 15, 2024

Many people are still processing the attempted assassination of ex-President Trump
Former President Donald Trump was injured in an assassination attempt Saturday. We hear from Americans who are trying to undersant what this could mean for the country.

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Jul 15, 2024

A superstar in microlending says corruption accusations are political
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with professor Muhammad Yunus, the "Father of Microcredit," about his legacy being called into question in Bangladesh.

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Jul 15, 2024

Dozens of Palestinians died in Israel's attempt to kill 2 Hamas military leaders
At least 90 Palestinians were killed in an airstrike that the Israeli military said was targeting two top Hamas military leaders -- the most senior of whom has evaded assassination multiple times.

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Jul 15, 2024

Morning news brief
Details emerge about the person who allegedly tried to assassinate Donald Trump. The incident will impact the tenor of the RNC, and conspiracy theories abound over the event that left Trump injured.

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Jul 15, 2024

Ukrainian startups are creating a low-cost robot army to fight Russia
An ecosystem of labs in hundreds of secret workshops is leveraging innovation to create a robot army that Ukraine hopes will kill Russian troops and save its own wounded soldiers and civilians.

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Jul 15, 2024

To protect mangroves, some Kenyans combat logging with hidden beehives
As part of a local conservation effort, beehives dot a section of coastline in Mombasa to try to deter people who chop mangroves for firewood or home construction.

NPR Topics: News
Jul 14, 2024

Biden calls for unity following Trump assassination attempt
Biden called to "lower the temperature" in politics in remarks Sunday after the former president was shot at during a political rally.

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Jul 14, 2024

A would-be assassin targets Trump. What it could mean for America.
Shortly after 6pm on Saturday, a would-be assassin took aim at former President Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Butler, Pennsylvania.

Trump and two others were injured and one person was killed before the Secret Service shot and killed the alleged gunman, identified as 20-year-old Thomas Matthew Crooks.

Crooks was a registered Republican but gave $15 to a progressive Political Action Committee in 2021. Law enforcement has yet to identify a motive or an ideology.

For the first time in decades, a presidential candidate has been the target of an assassination plot. How might Saturday's events affect an already divided America?

Author and historian Doris Kearns Goodwin discusses what history can teach us about this moment.

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Jul 14, 2024

The man killed in the assassination attempt on Trump died shielding his family
Who was Corey Comperatore, the man killed in the assassination attempt at this weekend's Trump rally in Pennsylvania?


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Jul 14, 2024

Here's what we know so far about Trump's assassination attempt
The latest on what we know about the shooting at yesterday's Trump rally and the investigation into it.

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Jul 14, 2024

Spain's Carlos Alcaraz beats Novak Djokovic for Wimbledon men's title
NPR's Scott Detrow speaks with Washington Post sports reporter Ava Wallace about the men's final that took place Sunday at Wimbledon.

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Jul 14, 2024

Photographing the assassination attempt of former President Trump
NPR's Scott Detrow speaks with photojournalist Doug Mills about the viral photograph he took of what appears to be a bullet passing by former President Donald Trump's head at yesterday's rally.

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Jul 14, 2024

Milwaukee prepares for Republican convention, despite tense political moment
Ahead of the RNC, which begins Monday, how will Trump's assassination attempt affect the Republican nominating convention?

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Jul 14, 2024

Spain and England face off in Euro Cup final
NPR's Scott Detrow discusses the match with Jeff Rueter of The Athletic.

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Jul 14, 2024

Can history help us understand political violence against elected officials?
NPR's Scott Detrow talks with presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin about how history can help us make sense of the attempted assassination against former President Donald Trump.

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Jul 14, 2024

After saying she wouldn't be there, Nikki Haley will now speak at Republican convention
Haley, the top rival to former President Donald Trump in the 2024 primary election, just released her delegates and encouraged them to back Trump. Now, she'll be at the convention to nominate him.

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Jul 14, 2024

How the shooting at Trump's rally breached security at the event
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe talks with Bill Briggs, a political consultant who worked in advanced planning for events under Presidents George W. Bush and Donald Trump.

NPR Topics: News
Jul 14, 2024

What we know about the alleged Trump rally shooter
A picture of the 20-year-old alleged rally shooter from Bethel Park, Pa., is still emerging.

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Jul 14, 2024

What we know about the alleged Trump shooter
A picture of the 20-year-old alleged shooter from Bethel Park, Pa., is still emerging.

NPR Topics: News
Jul 14, 2024

Multiple law enforcement agencies investigate Trump assassination attempt
The FBI and Pennsylvania state authorities continue to investigate what they call an attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump and the shooting of other rallygoers.

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Jul 14, 2024

Former FBI agent breaks down the investigation into the shooting at former President Trump
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe speaks with former FBI agent, Kenneth Gray, about the bureau's investigation into the assassination attempt on Former President Donald Trump.

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Jul 14, 2024

Unpacking the political moment of the shooting at former President Trump
We look at the political fallout resulting from the assassination attempt on former president Donald Trump.

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Jul 14, 2024

The RNC will proceed as planned as Republican members of caucus respond to the news
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe talks with Republican Congressman Mike Lawler of New York about yesterday's assassination attempt at former president Donald Trump's campaign rally.

NPR Topics: News
Jul 14, 2024

Former President Donald Trump is safe after an assassination attempt at his rally
The political landscape changed with a shooting at former President Donald Trump's rally in Pennsylvania Saturday evening leaving Americans waking up Sunday with more questions than answers.

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Jul 14, 2024

Butler County, where Trump was holding his rally, is a stronghold for his campaign
Last night, former President Trump was shot during a rally in Butler, Pa. The area, north of Pittsburgh, is known for it's strong support for Trump.

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Jul 14, 2024

Details are emerging in the assassination attempt on former President Trump
We'll bring you the latest on the assassination attempt on former president Donald Trump's rally yesterday, in Butler Pennsylvania.

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Jul 14, 2024

The latest on the assassination attempt on former President Trump
We'll bring you the latest on the assassination attempt on former president Donald Trump. The incident took place at his campaign rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday.

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Jul 14, 2024

Cats on leashes ... yes, it's a thing
Cat owners in this country are exploring ways to take their feline friends outside safely for walks on leashes, in backpacks and in strollers. (Story first aired on Morning Edition on July 5, 2024.)

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Jul 14, 2024

The GOP primary in Utah's largest Congressional district is going for a recall
The GOP primary in Utah's largest Congressional district is too close to call, with a recount expected. A political newcomer was endorsed by Sen. Mike Lee. The incumbent was backed by Donald Trump.

NPR Topics: News
Jul 14, 2024

Central Valley, where a quarter of the U.S.'s food is grown, faces extreme heat
The central valley of California produces a quarter of the nation's food. How are farmworkers dealing with an intense, long-lasting heatwave sweeping the interior of the state?

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Jul 14, 2024

Beef production has fallen in recent years because of a years-long drought
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe speaks with Arizona rancher Mike Gannuscio about why the number of the nation's beef cow herd are at their lowest in 63 years.

NPR Topics: News
Jul 14, 2024

Treason and espionage cases are rising in Russia since the war in Ukraine began
Treason cases have been rare in Russia in the last 30 years, with a handful annually. But since the 2022 invasion of Ukraine, they have skyrocketed, along with espionage prosecutions.

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Jul 14, 2024

8 things to know about the drug known as 'gas station heroin'
For decades, tianeptine was used to treat depression, even though no one knew how it worked. But it turns out it's a type of opioid, and the U.S. is facing a spike in abuse of "gas station heroin."

NPR Topics: News
Jul 14, 2024

Trailblazing video artist Bill Viola dies at 73
Often working with multiple video screens showing actors moving in extreme slow motion, Viola's ruminations on fundamental human themes like grief and spirituality were immersive and hypnotic.

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Jul 14, 2024

Biden faces criticism over his gas car ban. But he doesn't have one.
Swing state voters are seeing ads warning them about a federal ban on their gas-powered vehicles. But there is no such ban, even as candidates campaign on it.

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Jul 14, 2024

The Secret Service is investigating how man the who shot Trump got as close as he did
The gunman, who was killed by Secret Service personnel, fired multiple times from an elevated position outside of the rally venue, about 150 yards from where Trump was speaking.

NPR Topics: News
Jul 14, 2024

Photos: See how the Trump rally shooting unfolded
Former President Donald Trump says he was shot and hit by a bullet in the upper part of his right ear. Take a look at the aftermath of the shooting.

NPR Topics: News
Jul 13, 2024

Richard Simmons, who believed fitness is for everyone, dies at 76
With his short shorts, sparkly tank tops, frizzy hair and flamboyant personality, Simmons created a fitness empire. He preached positivity, portion control, moving your body — and having fun.

NPR Topics: News
Jul 13, 2024

Apparent gunshots fired at Trump rally
Trump was rushed off stage and the rally ended soon thereafter.

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Jul 13, 2024

Trump is fine after an assassination attempt at his rally
The FBI identified the gunman as 20-year-old Thomas Matthew Crooks of Bethel Park, Pa. One person at the rally was killed and two others wounded before Secret Service agents killed the shooter.

NPR Topics: News
Jul 13, 2024

Trump is fine after apparent gunshots fired at his rally
Trump was rushed off stage and the rally ended soon thereafter.

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Jul 13, 2024

Trump is fine after assassination attempt at his rally
The as-yet unidentified gunman was killed by Secret Service agents. One person at the rally was killed and two others wounded in the attack.

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Jul 13, 2024

As Biden faces concerns over nomination, Republicans prep for their convention


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Jul 13, 2024

Barbora Krejcikova beats Jasmine Paolini in Wimbledon women's final
NPR's Scott Detrow speaks with Washington Post sports reporter Ava Wallace about highlights from the 2024 Wimbledon Championships.

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Jul 13, 2024

What do older swing state voters think about President Biden's age?


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Jul 13, 2024

How will the Supreme Court's immunity decision affect U.S. democracy?
NPR's Scott Detrow speaks with political scientists Daniel Ziblatt and Steven Levitsky about how the recent Supreme Court immunity ruling -- and a second Trump presidency -- could affect the U.S.

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Jul 13, 2024

'Colorado In Depth' podcast explores research into psychedelic drugs
A new podcast from Colorado Public Radio shares the story of a patient undergoing treatment using psychedelics.

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Jul 13, 2024

Every ceremony at India's star-studded Ambani wedding, explained
Kim Kardashian, Bill Gates and other celebs gathered in Mumbai for the "wedding of the year," the marriage of the son of Asia's wealthiest man. But what are all the ceremonies that they witnessed?

NPR Topics: News
Jul 13, 2024

Israeli military strikes humanitarian zone in Gaza, targeting Hamas leader
Israeli forces struck a humanitarian zone in the Gaza Strip, targeting the chief of the armed wing of Hamas. Dozens of people were reported killed.

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Jul 13, 2024

Pioneering sex expert Dr. Ruth Westheimer dies at 96
Westheimer's deep knowledge about human sexual behavior and advocacy of safe sex, along with her pragmatism and sense of humor, catapulted her to national fame in the 1980s.

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Jul 13, 2024

Dr. Ruth Westheimer, who encouraged America to talk about sex, dies at 96
Dr. Ruth Westheimer, the diminutive sex therapist who became a pop icon, media star and best-selling author through her frank talk about once-taboo bedroom topics, has died. She was 96.

NPR Topics: News
Jul 13, 2024

Israel targets Hamas commander in airstrikes that kill 90 Palestinians
The powerful Israeli strike was directed at the head of the Hamas military wing, Mohammed Deif. But Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu acknowledged he didn't have definitive information on Deif's fate.

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Jul 13, 2024

Israel targets Hamas commander in airstrikes that kill more than 70 Palestinians
The powerful Israeli strike killed dozens in southern Gaza. An Israeli military official said the target was the head of the Hamas military wing, Mohammed Deif. But there was no word on his status.

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Jul 13, 2024

Top Hamas commander is targeted in a major Israeli airstrike in Gaza
The powerful Israeli strike killed dozens in southern Gaza. An Israeli military official said the target was the head of the Hamas military wing, Mohammed Deif. But there was no word on his status.

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Jul 13, 2024

Mexico City's water woes aren't going away with the arrival of rains
It's rainy season in Mexico City, some streets are flooded and yet for many the taps are still dry.

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Jul 13, 2024

Astronomers spot a mysterious black hole nestled in a cluster of stars
A report from Nature shows that astronomers may have found a medium-sized black hole, a kind they've long looked for.

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Jul 13, 2024

Extreme temperatures are impacting rescue helicopters in California
Extreme temperatures cause big problems for rescue helicopters. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Douglas Evans, a rescue pilot in California, about conditions in his state.

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Jul 13, 2024

Week in politics: Biden tries to redeem debate performance at press conference
President Biden gave a strong performance at a news conference this past week but continues to face calls from fellow Democrats to end his re-election bid.

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Jul 13, 2024

Saturday Sports: Wimbledon, Major League Baseball
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Howard Bryant of Meadowlark Media about the Wimbledon Championship tennis finals and about Major League Baseball as it reaches the midseason mark.

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Jul 13, 2024

The newest lifeguards at a Maine beach are drawing attention
When it comes to water safety, lifeguards are key but also life ... dogs? NPR's Scott Simon talks to Greg Wilfert, of Maine's Scarborough Beach State Park about some new members of his staff.

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Jul 13, 2024

U.S. officials warn of Russia's sabotage operations in Europe
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with national security expert, Andrea Kendall-Taylor, after officials warn that Russia is stepping up a campaign of covert sabotage across Europe.

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Jul 13, 2024

How one woman moved from a domestic violence shelter to a home of her own
In our second installment of our moving series, Katie Laura found a new apartment in Milwaukee for herself and her children after spending a month in a domestic violence shelter.

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Jul 13, 2024

A day in the life of a baseball 'clubbie'
Behind every major league ball team are a set of fast-moving men and women who make sure the game runs smoothly.

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Jul 13, 2024

Looking back at Wisconsin's long history with the Republican Party
The Republican Party was born in Ripon, Wis., about 90 minutes northwest of Milwaukee. As the state prepares to host the Republican National Convention, we revisit the party's roots.

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Jul 13, 2024

A Buddhist DJ hopes to spin followers toward the faith in South Korea
Yoon Seong-ho is a 47-year-old Buddhist, comedian, DJ and rising celebrity.

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Jul 13, 2024

Food prices are no longer rising as much — but here's why it might not feel that way
Food prices have largely leveled off, but many people are still frustrated when they go to their local grocery store.

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Jul 13, 2024

What stresses you out? What helps you cope? We want to hear from you
NPR is planning coverage on the stressors people face and how they find relief. Please tell us what keeps you up at night and what coping tips and techniques you'd recommend.

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Jul 13, 2024

Why the next president's judicial appointments will impact climate action
The Supreme Court's recent term illustrates the judiciary's outsized role in government's ability to address climate change. The coming election could shape the judicial landscape for decades to come.

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Jul 13, 2024

These New Mexico fire victims are starting to give up on FEMA
As Ruidoso, N.M., starts recovering from a deadly wildfire, people who survived the state's largest fire two years ago say FEMA still isn't giving them what they need.

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Jul 13, 2024

These governors aren't running for president, but some voters say they wish they were
Trump won Georgia and Michigan in 2016. Biden did the same in 2020. In 2024, some disillusioned voters say they wish Govs. Whitmer of Michigan and Kemp of Georgia were on the ballot instead.

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Jul 13, 2024

California heat has immigration activists bracing for a humanitarian crisis
Record-breaking heat exacerbates an already dangerous situation at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Jul 13, 2024

SpaceX rocket accident leaves the company's Starlink satellites in the wrong orbit
A SpaceX rocket has failed for the first time in nearly a decade, leaving the company's internet satellites in an orbit so low that they're doomed to fall through the atmosphere and burn up.

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Jul 12, 2024

Biden punches at Trump and the press as he tries to revive his campaign
In Detroit, President Biden laid out a plan for the first 100 days of his second term, aggressively slammed his opponent -- and blamed the media for covering his stumbles.

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Jul 12, 2024

EU takes Elon Musk's X to court over blue checks and ads
The European Union has charged Elon Musk's X with violating new regulations for social media platforms. Musk faces hefty fines over delivering misinformation.

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Jul 12, 2024

In a stunning turn, judge throws out case against Alec Baldwin
Baldwin and his family broke down in tears in the courtroom.

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Jul 12, 2024

Judge throws out case against Alec Baldwin
Baldwin and his family broke down in tears in the courtroom.

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Jul 12, 2024

Judge dismisses actor Alec Baldwin's involuntary manslaughter trial
A judge in New Mexico has dismissed the involuntary manslaughter trial of actor Alec Baldwin. He'd been charged for the 2021 shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of the movie Rust.

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Jul 12, 2024

Howard students help a rapper request a new trial after lyrics were used as evidence
California rap artist Ronnie Louvier will soon find out if his 2009 murder conviction will be overturned under the Racial Justice Act. He said his rap lyrics shouldn't have been used in the case.

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Jul 12, 2024

The music Industry is coming for AI
A new lawsuit filed by record labels Universal, Sony and Warner says their catalogs have been ripped off by two AI music generators. But there's a twist: It's not clear the courts are on their side.

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Jul 12, 2024

Colorado has approved licenses for outdoor preschools, making them more accessible
A new law opens up outdoor preschools to low income families in Colorado by allowing them to accept state child care subsidies. Advocates say learning outdoors has advantages over indoor classrooms.

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Jul 12, 2024

What NPR's poll says about the state of Biden's campaign
President Biden doubled down on his decision to stay in the presidential race at Thursday's press conference. It was a solid performance, but he made some notable gaffes.

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Jul 12, 2024

Why older leaders seem resistant to passing the torch
NPR's Juana Summers talks with journalist and writer Rebecca Traister about America's aging political leaders and gerontocracy in the U.S.

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Jul 12, 2024

2 galaxies, the Penguin and the Egg, get a family portrait thanks to Webb Telescope
The galaxies' fanciful names belie their actual ages: In this case of the Penguin and the Egg, it's the Egg that came first.

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Jul 12, 2024

How to invest like Congress
Traders are using publicly available data to track which lawmakers are reporting big stock market gains. We try to copy them.

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Jul 12, 2024

Democratic Rep. Scott Peters criticizes Biden for staying in race
NPR's Juana Summers talks with Democratic Congressman Scott Peters about being one of the Democratic lawmakers calling for President Biden to bow out of November's election.

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Jul 12, 2024

Donald Trump's big get-out-the-vote strategy in Arizona and Georgia? Donald Trump
Georgia and Arizona, two Sunbelt states Donald Trump narrowly lost in 2020, are seen as crucial in 2024. Republicans there seek to turn MAGA enthusiasm into votes through unconventional campaigning.

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Jul 12, 2024

Climate change is making Colorado mountain streams more acidic and polluted
New research says climate change has caused toxic metal pollution to double in some Colorado rivers and mountain streams. It's complicating efforts to clean up abandoned mining sites.

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Jul 12, 2024

When a Foreign Government is Trying to Kill You on U.S. Soil
The United States Justice Department says it has foiled at least four assassination plots sponsored by foreign governments on U.S. soil. One of the targets of those assassination attempts is Masih Alinejad, an Iranian-American journalist and activist who Iran allegedly tried to have killed in New York. We hear how knowing she is at such risk has turned Alinejad's life upside down.

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Jul 12, 2024

How to stay cool in extreme heat without air-conditioning
How do you stay cool when it's 120 degrees and there's no AC? Dr. Gulrez Shah Azhar, who grew up in India, shares strategies from the Global South.

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