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NPR Headline News
Jun 21, 2024

Philadelphia program aims to create affordable housing developers
People without access to capital are getting into housing development in Philadelphia. It's part of a program designed to create more affordable housing and boost non-traditional developers.

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Jun 21, 2024

This police department's autism unit is saving lives
Montgomery County Police Department Officer Laurie Reyes speaks with NPR about the autism and dementia unit that is saving lives and helping families in Maryland.

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Jun 21, 2024

Companies are using 'price pack architecture' to get consumers to buy more
There's a term companies are using more often recently: "price pack architecture." It's meant to be a way to get customers to buy more, sometimes for more money per unit.

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Jun 21, 2024

Could Israel's Iron Dome missile defense system hold up in a war with Hezbollah?
For over a decade, Israel has looked to the Iron Dome missile defense system to protect citizens from attack. But experts warn a war with Hezbollah could test it like never before.

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Jun 21, 2024

Hundreds of Muslim pilgrims died in heat-stricken Hajj
Collective prayers and struggles are core to Islam's Hajj, but heat took a toll this year: Hundreds died and thousands sought treatment for heat exhaustion.

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Jun 21, 2024

Tierra Whack visits NPR's Tiny Desk for Black Music Month
For Black Music Month, NPR has seen some of the most talented Black women in music stop by the Tiny Desk. Producer Ashley Pointer brought Philadelphia rapper and singer Tierra Whack to headquarters.

NPR Headline News
Jun 21, 2024

'Medicaid unwinding' can be dangerous for those who need opioid addiction medications
States overhauling Medicaid rolls have accidentally dropped eligible people from coverage, sometimes for months. That can be dangerous for those who need opioid addiction medications.

NPR Headline News
Jun 21, 2024

NHL's Connor McDavid shines
The best player in hockey is having a record-breaking run in the postseason. Could a Stanley Cup be enough to make him a household name in the U.S.?

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Jun 21, 2024

The South is adapting to help keep kids safe as summer heat intensifies
Playing outside can now become dangerous as climate change fuels longer and more intense heat waves. Camps in Louisiana are making adjustments to deal with higher temperatures this summer.

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Jun 21, 2024

Boeing hearing is a moment of vindication for whistleblowers, but at a steep cost
The recent Senate hearing with Boeing's CEO underscored how much whistleblowers can do to hold powerful companies accountable. It was also a reminder of how vulnerable they are to retaliation.

NPR Headline News
Jun 21, 2024

Equality PAC raises millions to boost LGBTQ representation in Congress
As pride month celebrations continue, LGBTQ lawmakers are working to expand their ranks in D.C. next year. The Equality PAC — the political arm of the Equality Caucus in the U.S. Congress — is raising millions to boost representation on Capitol Hill.

NPR Headline News
Jun 20, 2024

Some of the best men's soccer teams collide at the UEFA European Championship
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with soccer writer Dermot Corrigan about the latest action at the men's Euro Cup 2024.

NPR Headline News
Jun 20, 2024

Summer solstice came early this year
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Jackie Faherty, an astronomer at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, about why summer solstice came so early this year and what it signifies.

NPR Headline News
Jun 20, 2024

The Trump Store is the stage for one story about civility and neighborly respect
At an intersection in rural Virginia a store that sells Trump souvenirs has become a lesson in tolerance for its neighbor.

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Jun 20, 2024

Israeli protesters demand Netanyahu accept a ceasefire deal to bring back hostages
Thousands across Israel have been protesting daily this week demanding Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accept a ceasefire deal to bring back the remaining hostages inside Gaza.

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Jun 20, 2024

Supreme Court hands government a victory in offshore tax ruling
The Supreme Court ruled against a couple who challenged the constitutionality of a Trump-era tax provision, handing the government a victory in a case that had huge potential consequences.

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Jun 20, 2024

Revered postcolonial Nigerian artist Bruce Onobrakpeya opens Smithsonian exhibition
Bruce Onobrakpeya, one of the pioneers of postcolonial Nigerian modernism and one of the country's most revered artists, is about to open a major exhibition at the Smithsonian.

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Jun 20, 2024

With 2 back-to-back hit songs, Sabrina Carpenter is on the rise
Former Disney Channel star Sabrina Carpenter is having quite a summer. Two of her songs are in the top three of Billboard's pop chart.

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Jun 20, 2024

Members of two Cherokee tribes are retracing the Trail of Tears by bicycle
This summer, bike riders from two Cherokee tribes are retracing the trail of tears. Along the way they'll learn about the forced removal of their ancestors.

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Jun 20, 2024

This board game may help communities prepare for wildfire catastrophes
Experts are struggling to prepare vulnerable communities for potential wildfire catastrophes. One new approach is a community-wide board game that tests resilience and preparedness.

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Jun 20, 2024

Actor Donald Sutherland has died at age 88
Donald Sutherland starred in more than 150 films and television shows of his era. Later, he specialized in off-kilter authority figures, such as President Snow in The Hunger Games franchise.

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Jun 20, 2024

A decade after armed standoff, the Bundys appear to be above the law
Ten years after staging an armed standoff with federal agents on his Nevada ranch, Cliven Bundy remains free. As does his son Ammon, despite an active warrant for Ammon from Idaho related to a harassment lawsuit.

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Jun 20, 2024

Newly-secured U.S. military assistance flows into Ukraine amid Russian advance
The White House said it's fast-tracking the delivery of Patriot air defense systems to Ukraine. That sense of urgency fits the state of the battlefield, as a new Russian advance tests Ukraine.

NPR Headline News
Jun 19, 2024

After decades, a woman still remembers comfort from a stranger in a hospital hallway
On this week's "My Unsung Hero" from Hidden Brain, Lorrie Paul honors the stranger who put their hand on her back when she was crying in the hallway of a hospital, some 25 years ago.

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Jun 19, 2024

A clean up service will deal with shooting aftermath to minimize community trauma
Philadelphia has hired a service to clean up after violent shootings outdoors. The idea is to minimize community trauma when neighbors do the cleaning themselves or firefighters hose away the blood.

NPR Headline News
Jun 19, 2024

What to expect in the Copa America soccer tournament
NPR's Rob Schmitz talks with Paul Tenorio, soccer writer with The Athletic, about the Copa America soccer tournament, in which the best teams from North and South America will compete in U.S. cities.

NPR Headline News
Jun 19, 2024

A New Jersey hospital moves its nurse managers to a four-day work week due to burnout
A hospital in New Jersey is among several that have moved nurse managers, who oversee scores of bedside nurses on a unit, to a four-day work week to address burnout and high turnover.

NPR Headline News
Jun 19, 2024

'Grandmother of Juneteenth' Opal Lee discusses her work to solidify the holiday
Opal Lee, an activist for the Juneteenth holiday, was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Lee about the holiday she worked hard to solidify.

NPR Headline News
Jun 19, 2024

How U.S. allies and partners see the November election
As a part of NPR's year-long series on global elections, we look at how U.S. allies and partners view the two presidential candidates ahead of next week's debate.

NPR Headline News
Jun 19, 2024

Eight young people are suing Alaska to stop a major natural gas project
A group of young Alaskans is suing the state to halt a high-profile natural gas project. They argue fossil fuel development will worsen climate change, which is already threatening their communities.

NPR Headline News
Jun 19, 2024

Doctors are worried by misinformation about sunscreen on social media
Doctors are concerned by a backlash against sunscreen that is spreading on social media. Recent surveys suggest many younger Americans are buying into this misinformation.

NPR Headline News
Jun 19, 2024

San Francisco Giants announcer Dave Flemming remembers Willie Mays
NPR's Rob Schmitz talks with San Francisco Giants announcer Dave Flemming about the career and life of Willie Mays, who was considered one of the greatest baseball players of all time.

NPR Headline News
Jun 19, 2024

Could criminal charges threaten Congressman Henry Cuellar's chance at re-election?
Texas Congressman Henry Cuellar is under indictment for more than a dozen counts, including bribery and corruption -- but voters in his home state say they still back the embattled Democrat.

NPR Headline News
Jun 19, 2024

With the election 5 months away, Trump has yet to pick a running mate
With less than a month until the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, former President Trump is narrowing down his options as he chooses a 2024 running mate.

NPR Headline News
Jun 19, 2024

Willie Mays, widely considered baseball's best all-around player, dies at 93
Mays' Hall-of-Fame career spanned more than two decades, from the 1950s to 1970s. He spent nearly all of those years with the Giants - first in New York and then in San Francisco.

NPR Headline News
Jun 18, 2024

Meshell Ndegeocello talks about her album and ongoing inspiration from James Baldwin
NPR's Tiny Desk is honoring Black Music Month with concerts lead by women, including Meshell Ndegeocello. NPR's Ari Shapiro spoke with her about her album "No More Water: The Gospel of James Baldwin."

NPR Headline News
Jun 18, 2024

Trump factors big in Virginia's primaries today
An incumbent House Republican, Bob Good, faces a tough primary challenger — who is backed by Former President Donald Trump — after Good endorsed DeSantis in the GOP presidential primary.

NPR Headline News
Jun 18, 2024

Boeing CEO faced sharp criticism from angry lawmakers on Capitol Hill
Senators grilled Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun Tuesday about the company's aircraft production issues. His appearance came the same day a new whistleblower raised fresh allegations about the 737 Max.

NPR Headline News
Jun 18, 2024

Boston Celtics win — again
The Boston Celtics are world champions. Again. It's their 18th NBA title — the most in history. The Celtics dominated the series defeating the Dallas Mavericks 4-1.

NPR Headline News
Jun 18, 2024

Control of Minnesota's legislature is on the line in a special election this fall
Democrats have a majority in the Minnesota legislature. But after a resignation and other potential departures, Republicans could assume control of the state senate, at least until Election Day.

NPR Headline News
Jun 18, 2024

President Marcos Jr. hasn't put an end to killings in the Philippines' drug war
Philippine President Ferdinand Marco Jr. said he would turn his predecessor's deadly campaign against drug users and sellers "bloodless." Yet extrajudicial killings continue.

NPR Headline News
Jun 18, 2024

Biden adviser talks shielding undocumented spouses of U.S. citizens from deportation
President Biden announced Tuesday new executive actions to protect an estimated half million undocumented spouses of U.S. citizens from being deported.

NPR Headline News
Jun 18, 2024

This database could help descendants of enslaved people learn about their ancestry
Ancestry.com has released a new free database of tens of thousands of old newspaper records about formerly enslaved people. The company hopes it will help fill historical gaps for Black Americans.

NPR Headline News
Jun 18, 2024

Chiquita is ordered to pay millions to families of death squad victims in Colombia
A landmark verdict orders Chiquita, one of the worlds largest banana companies, to pay millions of dollars in damages to the relatives of eight Colombian men murdered by a paramilitary death squad.

NPR Headline News
Jun 18, 2024

Petition pushes FEMA to classify extreme heat and wildfire smoke as 'major disasters'
Thirty environmental, healthcare and labor groups filed a petition urging federal government to include heat and wildfire smoke in its definition of "major disaster."

NPR Headline News
Jun 18, 2024

Filmmaker David Lynch recounts the moment he decided to be an artist in 'Wild Card'
Filmmaker David Lynch plays a game of Wild Card with NPR's Rachel Martin and talks about his upbringing and learning from failure. STATION ADVISORY: In the "WILD CARD: DAVID LYNCH" element, the world "Shit" is bleeped at 1:18 and again at 2:53.

NPR Headline News
Jun 18, 2024

Some undocumented immigrants married to U.S. citizens may be guarded from deportation
Will Biden's new executive action to shield certain undocumented immigrants from deportation have a chance to be implemented? Here's what would that mean for mixed-status immigrant families.

NPR Headline News
Jun 18, 2024

What to expect out of Putin's visit to North Korea
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Angela Stent, senior non-resident fellow at the Brookings Institution, about Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to North Korea.

NPR Headline News
Jun 18, 2024

Prevention task force recommends intensive counseling for kids with obesity
The influential US Preventive Services Task Force urged behavioral counseling for children and teens with very high BMI. Notably the group did not include Ozempic-like drugs in the recommendation.

NPR Headline News
Jun 18, 2024

Scientists and athletes join to warn about danger of extreme heat in Summer Olympics
Leading athletes and climate scientists warn that intense heat and humidity will make it "impossible" to hold the Olympics during the summer months.

NPR Headline News
Jun 18, 2024

A year after the Titan submersible implosion, investigators still don't have answers
OceanGate's Titan submersible imploded on its way to the Titanic wreck one year ago. The Coast Guard initially had 12 months to complete its investigation, but says it needs more time.

NPR Headline News
Jun 17, 2024

The latest from the Oakie Noodling Tournament, where people catch catfish by hand
Who caught the biggest catfish by hand in south-central Oklahoma? People from all over the world make the pilgrimage to celebrate the sport every year

NPR Headline News
Jun 17, 2024

The economic and geopolitical reasons for China's increased demand of gold
The price of gold soared in the first quarter of this year, driven in part by demand from China, where the economy is limping and other investment opportunities have underperformed.

NPR Headline News
Jun 17, 2024

More than 1,000 athletes compete at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials in Indianapolis
The U.S. Olympic swimming trials are continuing in Indianapolis. More than 1,000 athletes are trying to make a 60-member squad. The stories of triumph and agony are equally compelling.

NPR Headline News
Jun 17, 2024

Critics say many of Apple's new iPhone features were copied from other popular apps
It's been described as Apple's "kiss of death." When the tech giant reaches out to app developers, many fear that Apple is really looking to copy their product. At its annual developers' conference this year, Apple was accused of just that.

NPR Headline News
Jun 17, 2024

The frogs are out after heavy rains in Florida
After a dry spell, heavy rains in Florida this week have finally brought out the frogs. We'll hear from them.

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Jun 17, 2024

Researcher of ancient Mayan human remains uncovers site used in male, twin sacrifices
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer talks with Rodrigo Barquera, a researcher at the Max-Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Germany, about a study revealing a surprise about ancient Mayan sacrifices.

NPR Headline News
Jun 17, 2024

A ballot question could undermine efforts to remove 2 Arizona Supreme Court justices
Republican lawmakers in Arizona will ask voters whether state supreme court appointments should last for life. That would include two of the justices who voted to uphold an abortion ban from 1864.

NPR Headline News
Jun 17, 2024

U.S. surgeon general calls for tobacco-style warning labels for social media
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy about his call to put a warning label on social media platforms. Murthy believes social media can harm teenagers' mental health.

NPR Headline News
Jun 17, 2024

Israel to pause fighting from morning to evening along an aid corridor into Gaza
Israel has announced a daily pause in combat along an aid corridor in Gaza, to increase the amount of aid getting to civilians at a critical point in the Israel-Hamas war.

NPR Headline News
Jun 17, 2024

We explained why woodpeckers hammer on metal — which struck a chord with listeners
Many NPR listeners responded to a story explaining why some woodpeckers hammer on metal, including a man who said it solved a 35-year mystery for him.

NPR Headline News
Jun 16, 2024

President Biden and former President Trump face off in CNN debate next week
Next week, President Joe Biden and former president Donald Trump will face off in a presidential debate on CNN. The network announced the rules this weekend.

NPR Headline News
Jun 16, 2024

Could the U.K. election mean an off-ramp from personality politics?
NPR's Scott Detrow speaks with Matthew Holehouse, British political correspondent for The Economist, about the upcoming UK election.

NPR Headline News
Jun 16, 2024

'Night of the Living Rez' author Morgan Talty follows up with novel 'Fire Exit'
Writer Morgan Talty's short story collection Night of the Living Rez won him many fans and awards. Now he's back with his first novel.

NPR Headline News
Jun 16, 2024

Filmmaker David Lynch plays a game of Wild Card
Filmmaker David Lynch plays a game of Wild Card with NPR's Rachel Martin and talks about his upbringing and learning from failure.

NPR Headline News
Jun 16, 2024

National security expert warns that extreme weather threatens democracy
NPR's Scott Detrow speaks with Alice Hill, a former senior director for resilience policy on the National Security Council, about how extreme weather threatens elections globally.

NPR Headline News
Jun 16, 2024

PJ Morton talks new album 'Cape Town to Cairo'
NPR's Scott Detrow speaks with singer-songwriter PJ Morton about his new album, Cape Town to Cairo.

NPR Headline News
Jun 15, 2024

The film 'Boys Don't Cry' turns 25 this year. What's its legacy?
The film Boys Don't Cry came out 25 years ago. A lot has changed in trans representation since then. NPR's Scott Detrow discusses this with the film's director, Kimberly Pierce.

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Jun 15, 2024

Tejano music legend Johnny Canales dies at 77
Alt.Latino host Felix Contreras speaks with All Things Considered host Scott Detrow about the TV host who helped Tex-Mex music transcend borders.

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Jun 15, 2024

'Inheriting' podcast explores how historic events shape AAPI families
A new podcast from LAist Studios and the NPR Network explores how events that played out decades ago shape AAPI families today.

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Jun 15, 2024

What to expect at the 77th annual Tony Awards
Dig into the nominees and learn about the likely winners.

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Jun 15, 2024

Need help finding your way? Life Kit has tips on improving your sense of direction
NPR's Life Kit offers tips on how to improve your sense of direction.

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Jun 15, 2024

Former federal judge deciphers Aileen Cannon's judicial choices in Trump case
NPR's Scott Detrow talks with retired judge Shira Scheindlin about what stands out to her about how the judge overseeing former President Trump's Florida classified documents case is proceeding.

NPR Headline News
Jun 15, 2024

Olympic swimming trials get underway in Indianapolis as Chinese doping scandal grows
The U.S. Olympic swimming trials begin Saturday in Indianapolis. While U.S. athletes aim to qualify for the Paris Games next month, a Chinese doping scandal is overshadowing the events.

NPR Headline News
Jun 14, 2024

Zach Williams' collection of short stories explore the mundane and the bizarre
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer talks with Zach Williams about his debut short story collection "Beautiful Days."

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Jun 14, 2024

What the bump stock ban could mean for guns in the U.S.
The U.S. Supreme Court overturned a federal ban on the devices, which could have wider implications for what qualifies as a machine gun.

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Jun 14, 2024

What the Supreme Court decision on bump stocks could mean for guns in the U.S.
The U.S. Supreme Court overturned a federal ban on the devices, which could have wider implications for what qualifies as a machine gun.

NPR Headline News
Jun 14, 2024

The U.S. Advances in the Cricket World Cup
Heavy rain in south Florida this week saturated the field where the U.S. cricket team had been scheduled to play a Friday match. Officials called it off, automatically sending the U.S. to the next stage.

NPR Headline News
Jun 14, 2024

Readings scores rise for Chicago kids
When it comes to large school districts—Chicago has seen vast improvement with reading scores for elementary school students exceeding pre-pandemic levels.

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Jun 14, 2024

Milwaukee reacts to Trump comments
Milwaukee residents are defending their city after reports Donald Trump called the city "horrible." But a Trump spokesperson say the comments were falsely characterized and he was talking about crime.

NPR Headline News
Jun 14, 2024

A new building blocked famous Mt. Fuji. The developer opted for a shocking solution
A new building in Japan obstructed views of Mt. Fuji. The neighbors were not happy.

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Jun 14, 2024

How Bad Boys: Ride or Die became this year's summer blockbuster
Bad Boys: Ride or Die is this summer's first blockbuster. But, what makes it a runaway hit?

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Jun 14, 2024

Review: House of the Dragon season 2 returns to Westeros
HBO's Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon returns for its second season Sunday. NPR's Eric Deggans says it's a poignant story, if you can sort through all the names and backstory to keep up.

NPR Headline News
Jun 14, 2024

The FAFSA rollout left many students in limbo. Some colleges feel the effects, too
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer talks with Eric Hoover, reporter at The Chronicle of Higher Education, about how last year's chaotic rollout of the FAFSA is affecting colleges and universities.

NPR Headline News
Jun 14, 2024

A Gaza zoo owner had to flee amid war... leaving some animals behind
A Gaza zoo owner is calling for help rescuing three lions left behind in Rafah, amid an Israeli offensive on Hamas in the city.

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Jun 14, 2024

What are "Ghost Jobs"?
A vexing phenomenon is plaguing the labor market. "Ghost jobs" refer to listings by employers that either aren't real or have already been filled but never lead to an actual hire. This is frustrating not only to job seekers but also to the Federal Reserve, which is trying to steer the economy to a stable place.

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Jun 14, 2024

My Unsung Hero: Mary Fran Lyons
On this week's "My Unsung Hero" from Hidden Brain, cancer patient, Mary Fran, was self-conscious about her wig. Then a stranger told her she was going to be okay.

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Jun 14, 2024

South Africa's ANC and opposition announce a unity government, in a big power shift
The African National Congress and its main opposition, the Democratic Alliance, along with the smaller Inkatha Freedom Party, have agreed to form a government of national unity.

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Jun 14, 2024

Alex Jones ordered to sell off his personal assets to pay Sandy Hook families
Despite the decision by a federal bankruptcy judge, families are likely to get only a tiny fraction of the nearly $1.5 billion in damages Jones owes them for his lies about the 2012 school shooting.

NPR Headline News
Jun 13, 2024

Indigenous Makah tribe in Washington allowed to resume whaling tradition
The Makah tribe in Washington state will be able to resume their longstanding tradition of whaling, after NOAA Fisheries decided Thursday to give them a waiver for a hunt.

NPR Headline News
Jun 13, 2024

SCOTUS upholds Mifepristone access. What's next for the anti-abortion movement?
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Kristen Waggoner, CEO and general counsel of the Alliance Defending Freedom, about Supreme Court preserved access to Mifepristone.

NPR Headline News
Jun 13, 2024

Heavy rains in South Florida cause major flooding
South Florida is being pummeled by heavy rain that's caused flooding in communities from Miami and Ft. Lauderdale. The rain, expected to continue through Friday, temporarily forced the closure of Interstate 95.

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Jun 13, 2024

The U.S. is hosting the Cricket World Cup, spurring increased interest in the sport
For the first time, the United States is hosting the Cricket T20 World Cup. And the U.S. squad is doing well with a critical match set for Friday against Ireland. The success has buoyed interest in the U.S.

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Jun 13, 2024

The scientist whose research led to cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, has died.
Akira Endo, the Japanese scientist whose research led to statin drugs, has died. Tens of millions of people in the U.S. take statins to reduce their cholesterol.

NPR Headline News
Jun 13, 2024

Will the generational divide on support for Israel impact the presidential election?
Biden faces waning support with voters under age 30, but his performance with older Americans is stronger. The generational split comes amid increased criticism for his response to the war in Gaza.

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Jun 13, 2024

Burglars steal $500k in jewels from Bulgari, then escaped through Rome's sewers
In Rome, a group of thieves managed to steal nearly $540,000 in jewelry from the Bulgari store before escaping through the sewers.

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Jun 13, 2024

Memorializing loved ones through AI
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Michael Bommer, a man dying of colon cancer who created an AI avatar of himself for his wife, Anett, to interact with after he dies.

NPR Headline News
Jun 13, 2024

Asylum seekers continue to cross into U.S. despite Biden's restrictions
President Biden recently issued executive actions that severely restrict asylum for immigrants. But in a remote area of California, asylum seekers continue to pour in.

NPR Headline News
Jun 13, 2024

This week in science: invasive spiders, cicada fungus, and how bodies change in space
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer talks with Regina Barber and Rachel Carlson of Short Wave about colorful and invasive Joro spiders, a cicada fungus, and lessons about how the human body responds to life in outer space.

NPR Headline News
Jun 12, 2024

House republicans vote to hold Attorney General Merrick Garland in contempt


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