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NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks CNN's chief media correspondent Brian Stelter how Donald Trump's presidency has affected the media and what another four years could bring.
Oct. 25, 2020
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Afghanistan's interior ministry said at least 57 others were wounded in the bombing outside of an education center in a heavily Shiite neighborhood in Kabul.
Oct. 25, 2020
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President Andrzej Duda, who says he's experiencing no symptoms, will self-isolate. Duda has apologized to those he came into contact with, who will need to go into quarantine.
Oct. 24, 2020
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The study is based on some assumptions under different scenarios. It suggests that if 95% of Americans wore masks in public it could drastically reduce the amount of COVID-19 deaths by February.
Oct. 24, 2020
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Walker was a pioneer in Austin's country music scene in the 1970s. His most famous song, "Mr. Bojangles," went on to inspire countless covers.
Oct. 24, 2020
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The president cast his ballot from his adopted home state before departing for rallies on Saturday in North Carolina, Ohio and Wisconsin. More than 50 million Americans have already voted.
Oct. 24, 2020
NPR's Scott Simon talks to reporter Cindy Carcamo about the 545 migrant children in the US who were separated from their families and whose parents cannot now be located.
Oct. 24, 2020
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After mass protests, and amid a pandemic, Chileans go to the polls Sunday for a referendum over whether to scrap the constitution introduced under Gen. Augusto Pinochet's rule.
Oct. 24, 2020
With the election fast approaching we discuss the implications of this week's debate between President Trump and Joe Biden.
Oct. 24, 2020
Eviction bans were supposed to keep tenants in their homes amid the pandemic. But an investigation found landlords pressured tenants, especially immigrant workers, to move out when they couldn't pay.
Oct. 24, 2020
About a third of Latino voters view Trump favorably and it breaks down a long gender lines. More Latino men support the president, citing his economic policies and his tough guy approach.
Oct. 24, 2020
Cell phone data shows that contract workers who work at multiple nursing homes helped transmit the coronavirus between facilities.
Oct. 24, 2020
Entomologists in Washington State have located the first ever nest of the Asian giant hornet in the U.S. They tracked the "murder hornet" to its nest by attaching it with a miniature radio tracker.
Oct. 24, 2020
The University of Texas band plans to boycott today's football game against Baylor. The song the Longhorn band usually plays, Eyes OF Texas, has racist roots that are fracturing the campus.
Oct. 24, 2020
In a deal brokered by the White House, Sudan has agreed to normalize ties with Israel. It's a big step for a country that has long been bitterly opposed to Israel.
Oct. 24, 2020

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