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Heat Check: Got A Big Ego
Amaarae comes through with fire and Dijon breaks the mold of song structure. These are the new tracks putting names on the swirl of unfamiliar emotions.
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Tracking The Pandemic: How Quickly Is The Coronavirus Spreading State By State?
View our map and graphics to see where COVID-19 is hitting hardest in the U.S., which state outbreaks are growing the fastest and which are leveling off.
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California Houses Of Worship, In-Store Retailers May Reopen
The new guidelines stipulate religious centers must limit attendance to 100 persons or 25% of the building's capacity, whichever is lower. They also recommend against singing and group recitation.
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VIDEO: Virus Hunters Seek To Solve The Mystery Of Coronavirus Origins
Evidence points to wildlife as the starting point. But it could take years to pinpoint the source.
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How The Crisis Is Making Racial Inequality Worse
Among the bottom fifth of income earners, who are more likely to be black and Latino, about 35% of them lost their jobs.
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Behind The Scenes, Presidential Transition Planning Is Underway
In recent years, Congress has approved laws formalizing the transition process and ensuring there is buy-in from the two major candidates, even at this stage of the campaign.
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Pandemic Puts A Crimp On Voter Registration, Potentially Altering Electorate
Most places where Americans usually register to vote have been closed since March. It's led to a big drop in new registrations right before an election that was expected to see record turnout.
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The Pandemic Is Driving America's Schools Toward A Financial Meltdown
With state income and sales tax revenues crashing, one expert predicts, "We're about to see a school funding crisis unlike anything we have ever seen in modern history."
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Our Daily Breather: Steve Reich Composes During The Coronavirus Crisis
In Our Daily Breather, we ask writers and artists to recommend ways to find calm in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis. Steve Reich tells NPR Music about his new composition.
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Many Are Earning More In Unemployment, Making Return To Work Hard
For more than two out of three unemployed workers, jobless benefits exceed their old pay, researchers say. That can raise awkward questions for workers, bosses and policymakers.
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New York Stock Exchange Reopens Trading Floor After 2-Month Closure
Traders are wearing masks and must undergo a health screening before entering the New York Stock Exchange, which shifted to electronic trading in March because of COVID-19.
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Six Flags Will Reopen Its First Park On June 5, Requiring Masks And A Health Check
Six Flags says it will also use thermal imaging to screen temperatures of guests and employees before they can enter.
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Memorializing Those Who Died In The Time Of COVID-19
Since it's impossible to hold mass public gatherings to mourn those who have died of COVID-19, people are creating new ways to memorialize the dead.
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Celebrate API Heritage Month With 'Its Been A Minute'
Amid the overwhelming pandemic news cycle, you may not have known that May is Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month — a time to acknowledge and share API voices and culture. While it's been difficult to celebrate in person, you can wra
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New Spaceship Prepares To Blast Off And Make History
NASA and SpaceX plan to launch astronauts to the International Space Station on Wednesday. This is the first time a new kind of spacecraft has launched astronauts into orbit since the space shuttle.
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3-Day Truce, Prisoner Release Deal Inspire Hopes For Reconciliation In Afghanistan
The Taliban announced the cease-fire in honor of the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr, and the Afghan government quickly reciprocated by initiating a process to release up to 2,000 Taliban prisoners.
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WHO Halts Hydroxychloroquine Trial Over Safety Concerns
The WHO cited a scientific study published last week suggesting that proposed COVID-19 drug hydroxychloroqine may do more harm than good in halting its study to review data.
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Stockholm Won't Reach Herd Immunity In May, Sweden's Chief Epidemiologist Says
Sweden's controversial strategy has become a rallying cry of anti-lockdown protesters in the U.S. But not even the official behind the country's coronavirus approach is sure it was the right call.
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Here's How The Pandemic Is Changing America's Plans For Its Newest Spaceship
Later this week, NASA and SpaceX will launch the first rocket carrying astronauts from U.S. soil since the end of the space shuttle era. But COVID-19 has forced some changes to their plans.
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6 Pieces Of Advice From A Veteran Contact Tracer And A Newbie
Get friendly with community leaders; be prepared to be judged by others. Disease detectives from California and Liberia share their best insights.
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Art Of The New Deal: How Artists Helped Redefine America During The Depression
When the Roosevelt administration rolled out millions of dollars to fund artists, musicians, writers and actors, it wasn't just about job creation. It was to unite a nation in turmoil.
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Video: What The U.S. Is Doing About Its Testing Swab Shortage
To contain the coronavirus, the U.S. needs to be able test a lot of people. But we're facing a shortage of a key ingredient: the swab. Here's why these swabs are so hard to source.
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Jimmy Cobb, The Pulse Of 'Kind Of Blue,' Dies At 91
The drummer's subtle and steady hand guided some of jazz's most beloved recordings, including Miles Davis's iconic Kind Of Blue.
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Japan's Shinzo Abe Lifts Coronavirus State Of Emergency As Critics Swarm
Even though Japan has not seen the same devastating numbers as some others, its prime minister is still grappling with dissatisfaction at home over what critics call a botched response.
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Memorial Day Honor Flights Canceled Because Of Coronavirus Crisis
Thousands of people who were planning to visit war memorials in Washington, D.C., on Memorial Day had to cancel this year. That includes veterans traveling with the nonprofit network Honor Flight.
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What I Learned From Writing Letters To Strangers Across America
Writing letters to strangers in almost all 50 states became an outlet to process anxieties about the pandemic. And a reminder of all the ways we are connected.
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Sunday Puzzle: Categories Of Categories
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro and puzzlemaster Will Shortz play the puzzle this week with listener Bill Tighe of Redondo Beach, Calif.
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Scenes Of Isolation Amid Pandemic In The Vermont Countryside
In the best of times, living in Vermont requires a type of isolation and self-sufficiency unknown in many parts of the country. But the coronavirus has tested the state like never before.
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Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas As Thousands Protest Planned Security Law
Demonstrators defied social distancing rules and thronged some of the busiest retail districts Sunday. China's parliament is planning legislation to tighten its grip on the semi-autonomous territory.
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Cuomo Says New York Is Now 'Decidedly In The Reopening Phase'
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that campgrounds would be able to open on Monday, Memorial Day. He also gave the OK for the state's professional sports teams to start training camp.
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