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British Conservatives Lose 2 Elections In Blow To PM Boris Johnson
Defeat in the two district contests increases jitters among Conservatives who worry the erratic and divisive prime minister is no longer an electoral asset.
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Veralyn Williams and Jessica Placzek Join NPR
In a note to newsroom staff, Yolanda Sangweni, Senior Director of Programming shared the following announcement: Dear all, I have some exciting additions to the It's Been a Minute and The Limits teams to announce. Veralyn Williams (she/her) joined
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The NCAA Says That Funding For Women In College Sports Is Falling Behind
A newly released report shows men's college athletic programs received more than double that of women's programs in allocated resources in 2020.
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4 Months Into The Russia-Ukraine War: What Happened Today (June 24)
A roundup of key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
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'Learning To Talk' Focuses On Growing Up In Mid-20th-century England
It's a testament to Hilary Mantel's brilliance as an author that even though the moments in these stories are subtle, the book somehow feels epic in its own way.
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For Doctors, Abortion Restrictions Create An 'Impossible Choice' When Providing Care
Physicians must treat in line with patients' wishes and standards of care. Some medical ethicists say that abortion bans will force doctors to disregard these obligations in order to follow the law.
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Biden Said The G-7 Would Counter Chinese Influence. This Year, He'll Try Again
At the last G-7, President Biden announced a plan for the West to counter China's influence in low- and middle-income countries. But not much has happened since. This year, there's a relaunch.
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The Abortion Case Is Named After Thomas Dobbs, Who Says He Has Nothing To Do With It
The "Dobbs" in the case title refers to Thomas Dobbs, an infectious diseases doctor who became Mississippi's top health officer the same year the state adopted new abortion restrictions.
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Israeli Gunfire Killed Journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, U.N. Says
"We have found no information suggesting that there was activity by armed Palestinians in the immediate vicinity," U.N. Human Rights Office spokeswoman Ravina Shamdasani said.
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What People Said Outside The Supreme Court After Roe V. Wade Was Overturned
Demonstrators from both sides of the abortion issue gathered outside the Supreme Court after the justices overturned the constitutional right to an abortion.
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Monica: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert
Monica delivers a vibrant vocal masterclass in this Tiny Desk (home) concert that spans decades.
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The Supreme Court's Majority And Dissent Opinions On Dobbs Reveal A Massive Schism
"The Constitution does not confer a right to abortion," Justice Samuel Alito wrote for the majority. The court's liberals warn that other rights could now be vulnerable.
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Tiny Desk Contest On The Road: Meet The Artists Who Rocked This Year's Tour
The 2022 tour was a victory lap for Contest winner Alisa Amador and also showcased local talents in Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Seattle, Los Angeles and New York.
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Supreme Court Overturns Roe V. Wade, Ending Right To Abortion Upheld For Decades
The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned the constitutional right to an abortion, reversing Roe v. Wade, the court's five-decade-old decision that guaranteed a woman's right to obtain an abortion.
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In-depth Reporting On School Shootings
Two audience comments about NPR's journalism in the wake of the Uvalde, Texas, school shooting gave us insight into NPR's unique role. When mass shootings happen, the collective media ecosystem kicks into high gear. Teams of journalists descend on th
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Russia Is Disappearing Ukrainian Civilians. Their Families Want Answers
Ukrainians who were held in Russia detail their detention, hoping to help find a teacher still missing. She is one of more than 200 civilians that U.N. human rights workers say Russia has disappeared.
NPR3 mnt membacaGender Studies
Here's Where Abortions Will Likely Be Banned Or Strictly Limited Post Roe
With the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, abortion bans in many states will kick in. Here are the states with laws with abortion bans and restrictions in place.
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Following Roe's Reversal, Biden Calls It 'A Sad Day' For The Court And The U.S.
President Joe Biden noted that this is the first time the court has revoked a constitutional right. Now that Roe has been overturned, "the health and life of women in this nation are now at risk."
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Staffing News from Programming
In a note to newsroom staff, Yolanda Sangweni, Senior Director of Programming shared the following announcement: Dear all, I have some exciting additions to the It's Been a Minute and The Limits teams to announce. Veralyn Williams (she/her) joined
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JP Morgan, Disney Join Wave Of Companies That'll Cover Employee Abortion Travel Costs
Condé Nast CEO Roger Lynch calls it a "crushing blow" and says in an internal memo to employees of Vogue, New Yorker and Vanity Fair among others to use their journalism to respond to the moment.
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Planet Money Sweepstakes Rules
Planet Money Plus Giveaway (the "Giveaway") National Public Radio, Inc. ("NPR") will give away a prize as described in Section 4 below to individuals who submit an official entry form in accordance with these official rules (the "Official Rules"). By
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Gabby Giffords Documentary Comes As Gun Debates Stay Center Stage
The film on the former Arizona congresswoman and her recovery from the 2011 shooting explains how she navigated gun control campaigns and later a Senate campaign.
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Global Reproductive And Women's Rights Groups React To Overturn Of Roe V. Wade
Some nonprofit groups have welcomed the U.S. Supreme Court decision. But many global reproductive and women's rights groups condemned the ruling.
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In 'Elvis,' An Icon Remains An Icon, And Little Else
Baz Luhrmann's latest spectacle tackles the life of Elvis Presley, as filtered through his shady longtime manager.
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Biden Administration Moves To Expand Title IX Protections Regarding Sexual Misconduct
The administration proposed a dramatic overhaul of campus sexual assault rules, acting to expand protections for LGBTQ students, and widen colleges' responsibilities in addressing sexual misconduct.
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One Year After Surfside Condo Collapse In Florida, A Legal Settlement Is Approved
The $1.2 billion settlement is for unit owners and families of those who died in the condo tower. It was finalized one day before the anniversary of the disaster in which 98 people died.
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Federal Authorities Searched Former Justice Official Jeff Clark's Home
Federal authorities on Wednesday searched the home of former Justice official Jeff Clark, who supported Trump's voting fraud claims and features heavily in today's Jan. 6 committee hearings
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Maverick City Music: Tiny Desk Concert
The contemporary worship music collective performs behind the Tiny Desk, featuring a special appearance by gospel legend Kirk Franklin.
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Survivors Dig By Hand After Afghanistan Quake Killing 1,000
The disaster inflicted by the quake heaps more misery on a country where millions face increasing hunger and poverty and the health system has been crumbling since the Taliban retook power last year.
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Think All Bacteria Are Microscopic? Tell That To These Centimeter-long Monsters
The largest bacteria known to science have been discovered in the Caribbean. They're visible to the naked eye and surprisingly complex.
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