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Protesters in China have been calling for the end of the country's "zero COVID" policy and political reform.Kirjoittanut NPR
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James Gray's new film was inspired by his childhood in Queens in the 1980s. Though his grandparents had fled antisemitism in Ukraine, his family didn't recognize their own biases against Black people.Kirjoittanut Terry Gross
Saturday marked one of the first days of early voting in Georgia in a run-off election to decide who will win its Senate seat: current Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock or Republican Herschel Walker.Kirjoittanut NPR
For over a year, we've been working on a series of stories on climate migration that spans thousands of miles and multiple continents. Our team of journalists saw firsthand how climate change is making places like Senegal less habitable. They saw how that's pushing some people to places like Morocco, where they cross international borders in search…
Scott Simon speaks with David Nowak, emeritus research forester at the U.S. Department of Agriculture about how many cities are losing trees.Kirjoittanut NPR
Israel's far-right politician Ben Gvir is set to be national security minister in the new coalition. What are the implications of his appointment?Kirjoittanut NPR
The 2022 election season is winding to a close. What can Democrats and Republicans learn from their candidates' successes and failures in this midterm cycle — and can any of those lessons be applied to 2024? This episode: voting correspondent Miles Parks, political correspondents Susan Davis & Danielle Kurtzleben, and senior political editor and co…
Authorities have released the names of five of the six victims of a mass shooting at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia. The sixth victim was 16 years old.Kirjoittanut NPR
A Black Vietnam veteran is suing the Department of Veterans Affairs for discrimination, according to records obtained by FOIA. The VA says it's studying how to address a history of racial bias.Kirjoittanut NPR
E-cigarettes have transformed nicotine use among U.S. teens in less than a decade, repopularizing it and creating a new generation of users. How regulators act now will determine the future of vaping.Kirjoittanut NPR
"Lilo & Stitch" was an instant Disney classic, with its hand-drawn animation and cultural representation.Kirjoittanut NPR
Pandemic-era tax rules around charitable giving have expired.Kirjoittanut NPR
An Arizona town on the shore of Lake Powell is also struggling with its water supply.Kirjoittanut NPR
Chispa Project defies poverty, gangs and expectations in Honduras.Kirjoittanut NPR
As winter moves in the fight to maintain energy, light and warmth is becoming more fraught.Kirjoittanut NPR