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Aug 02, 2021

Alexander Vindman Discusses Testifying On The Central Phone Call In Trump Impeachment

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NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman about his memoir Here, Right Matters: An American Story, which describes his role in the impeachment of former President Trump.
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Aug 02, 2021

Accuser's Attorney Reacts To State Report On Gov. Cuomo's Sexual Harassment

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NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Debra Katz, an attorney representing Charlotte Bennett who is a former executive assistant of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
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Aug 02, 2021

The Infrastructure Bill Includes Upgrades To Roads, Bridges And... Salmon Recovery?

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The Senate is preparing to vote on a roughly $1 trillion infrastructure bill. The bill clocks in at roughly 2,700 pages with nearly $550 billion in new spending.
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Aug 02, 2021

'They Should Never Die In Vain': El Paso Honors Victims On Shooting Anniversary

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El Paso, Texas, is remembering the 23 people killed during a mass shooting at a Walmart on this day in 2019. The alleged gunman said online that he wanted to
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Aug 02, 2021

More People Seek COVID-19 Shots In Louisiana As Cases Rise

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NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Dr. John Heaton of Louisiana Children's Medical Center about the uptick in vaccinations in the state amid a surge in coronavirus infections.
Aug 02, 2021

A Pentagon Police Officer Has Been Killed

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A police officer has been killed in a violent incident near the Pentagon transit center in Virginia, a law enforcement official tells NPR. Pentagon police have not confirmed the
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Aug 02, 2021

California Coronavirus Updates: Fauci Says Not Enough Americans Vaccinated To 'Crush The Outbreak'

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Find an updated count of COVID-19 cases in California and by county on our tracker here. Latest Updates Fauci says not enough Americans vaccinated to 'crush the outbreak' What to know
Aug 02, 2021

Tamyra Mensah-Stock Becomes 1st U.S. Black Woman To Win Wrestling Gold

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U.S. wrestler Tamyra Mensah-Stock closed out her first Olympics in dominating style Tuesday, winning gold in the women's 68-kilogram freestyle final. She is only the second woman — and
Aug 02, 2021

Louisiana's Current COVID-19 Surge Is Its Worst Yet

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In Louisiana, which now has the country's highest number of COVID-19 cases per capita, Gov. John Bel Edwards ordered an indoor mask mandate and offered a stark warning: "Nobody
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Aug 02, 2021

A New York AG Investigation Says That Gov. Andrew Cuomo Sexually Harassed Women

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A new report from New York's attorney general alleges that Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women and violated federal and state laws.
Aug 02, 2021

Mudslides, Worsened By Climate Change, Shut Down A Vital Colorado Highway

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As wildfires continue to ravage parts of the Western U.S., damage from last year's fires is now taking its toll on a vital highway in Colorado. Colorado Public Radio's
Aug 02, 2021

Mudslides, Worsened By Last Year's Wildfires, Shut Down A Vital Colorado Highway

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As wildfires continue to ravage parts of the Western U.S., damage from last year's fires is now taking its toll on a vital highway in Colorado. Colorado Public Radio's
Aug 02, 2021

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Sexually Harassed Multiple Women, State Probe Finds

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NEW YORK (AP) — An investigation found that Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women in and out of state government and worked to retaliate against one of his
Aug 02, 2021

N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo Sexually Harassed Multiple Women, State Investigation Finds

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NEW YORK (AP) — An investigation found that Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women in and out of state government and worked to retaliate against one of his
Aug 02, 2021

NYC Becomes Largest U.S. City To Require Proof Of Vaccination For Indoor Activities

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New York City will require workers and patrons at indoor businesses to show proof of vaccination starting on Sept. 13, becoming the first major U.S. city to take such
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Aug 02, 2021

During A 4th COVID Surge, Louisiana Hospitals Report They've Never Been Busier

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NPR's A Martínez speak with Dr. Joseph Kanter, the top medical official of Louisiana Department of Health, about why the state has one of worst COVID-19 infection rates in the
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Aug 02, 2021

Some Florida Hospitals Report More Patients Than At Any Point In The Pandemic

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Florida leads the nation in COVID-19 infections and has seen a seven-fold increase of cases in the past six weeks. Hospitals say they're seeing more young people than before, some
Aug 02, 2021

Why Even The Most Elite Investors Do Dumb Things When Investing

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If you're Jeff Bezos, you're not going to have some random dude manage your money and hope for the best. You're not gonna open up a Robinhood account and
Aug 02, 2021

There's A Way You Can Beat The Best Investors. You've Just Got To Know When To Sell

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If you're Jeff Bezos, you're not going to have some random dude manage your money and hope for the best. You're not gonna open up a Robinhood account and
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Aug 02, 2021

Mudslides In Colorado's Glenwood Canyon Temporarily Close Part Of I-70

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Mudslides have been closing a mountainous section of Interstate 70 throughout the summer. The latest slides could keep the vital transportation artery closed for weeks.
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Aug 02, 2021

News Brief: Florida's COVID Surge, U.S. Sends Doses Abroad, Texas Voting Bill

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Florida leads the nation in new COVID-19 cases. The U.S. continues to deliver coronavirus vaccines around the world. Critics say proposed voting measure in Texas would criminalize honest mistakes.
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Aug 02, 2021

Texas Voting Bill Would Add Criminal Penalties, Such As Helping Others Vote

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While the Texas voting rights legislation includes a provision to give people more notice of when they aren't legally allowed to vote, the bill also would add new criminal penalties.
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Aug 01, 2021

A Quiet Crisis: Tenants Fall Through The Safety Net Into An Eviction Cluster In Long Beach

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What are the root causes? Why is Long Beach a hotspot in a county that already makes up nearly half of the state’s confirmed residential evictions? The reasons are both
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Aug 01, 2021

Wildfires Are Driving People Out Of Turkish Vacation Spots

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Aug 01, 2021

California’s Having A Recall Election. Are You Interested? If Not, What’s On Your Mind?

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom is facing a recall election in September, meaning he could be removed from office early. Polls have shown some voters are less engaged ahead of this
Aug 01, 2021

Amazon Alabama Warehouse Workers May Get To Vote Again On Union

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Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama may get a second chance to vote on whether to form the company's first unionized warehouse in the United States. A federal labor official
Aug 01, 2021

Amazon Warehouse Workers In Alabama May Get To Vote Again On Union

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Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama may get a second chance to vote on whether to form the company's first unionized warehouse in the United States. A federal labor official
Aug 01, 2021

U.S. Baseball Team Loses To Japan, But It Still Has A Tight Path To Gold Medal Game

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Team USA's baseball squad lost a 7-6 nail-biter Monday to host nation Japan in extra innings, leaving the Americans with no room for error as they hope to play
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Aug 01, 2021

The College Football Landscape Is Going To Look Vastly Different Come 2025

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NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Nicole Auerbach, senior writer for The Athletic, about the realignment of athletic conferences and what this means for the future of college football.
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Aug 01, 2021

An Unlisted Side Effect, Thousands Of People Saw Menstruation Changes Post-Vaccine

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After vaccination, some people have reported heavy periods or breakthrough bleeding. But changes to menstruation are not listed as a possible side-effect since clinical trials haven't investigated it.
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Aug 01, 2021

These Olympics May Feel Like Less Of A Blockbuster Than Past Games. Here's Why

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A look at the viewing experience of this year's Olympic games, including its production and ratings as it streamed on both live TV and NBC's Peacock service.
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Aug 01, 2021

Amid A Vast Need For Vaccinates Worldwide, Millions Of Doses In The U.S. Are Expiring

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Even with much of the world in desperate need of COVID-19 vaccines, health officials in the U.S. say millions of doses could soon expire and sending those shots overseas isn't
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