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Demonstrators at the governor's mansion at Baton Route protested the death of Ronald Greene, who died in the custody of Louisiana State Police in 2019. A reexamined autopsy ordered up by the FBI has rejected the Louisiana State Police claim that a car crash caused his fatal injuries. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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New Ronald Greene autopsy report discredits the police theory of fatal crash injuries

Louisiana State Police said that a car crash caused his fatal injuries, but prosecutors have also seen body camera video of troopers beating, stunning and dragging the Black motorist.

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Democrats' deal on prescription drugs would lower costs for seniors

Democrats agreed to a significant — but slimmed down — proposal to help lower prescription drug prices, bringing aboard notable holdouts on the measure, including Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema.

A truck hauls a piece of John Deere equipment from the factory past workers picketing outside of the John Deere Davenport Works facility on Oct. 15, in Davenport, Iowa. More than 10,000 John Deere employees, represented by the UAW, walked off the job in mid-October after failing to agree to the terms of a new contract. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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3 reasons labor strikes are surging right now – and why they could continue to grow

After more than a year of working and living through a pandemic, thousands of workers across the U.S. are striking for better wages, working conditions and benefits.

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Dole Fresh Vegetables, Inc. is voluntarily recalling a limited number of cases of garden salad due to a possible health risk from Listeria monocytogenes. The salad was sold in stores across 10 states nationwide. U.S. Food & Drug Administration hide caption

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Dole salads have been recalled in 10 states due to a possible listeria risk

Officials say the recall was prompted after a random sample tested positive for the organism listeria monocytogenes. No illnesses have been reported, the FDA says.

Judge Timothy Walmsley presides over the jury selection process in the trial of the men charged with killing Ahmaud Arbery at the Glynn County Superior Court, on October 27, 2021 in Brunswick, Ga. Octavio Jones/Getty Images hide caption

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Potential jurors come with strong opinions in racially-charged Ahmaud Arbery killing

Jury selection is in its third week in Georgia as attorneys question jurors in the murder trial of three men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old Black jogger.

Kyle Rittenhouse shot three demonstrators, killing two of them, during a night of unrest that erupted in Kenosha after a police officer shot Jacob Blake seven times in the back while police attempted to arrest him in August 2020. Sean Krajacic/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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The question of self-defense is key in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial's opening arguments

Rittenhouse's lawyers say he was acting in self-defense when he shot and killed two men and wounded a third at a protest in Kenosha, Wis., last August. Prosecutors say he was acting recklessly.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott speaks during a Houston Region Business Coalition's meeting on October 27, 2021 in Houston, Texas. Days later, he wrote a letter to the state's association of school boards decrying 'pornographic' content in school library books. Brandon Bell/Getty Images hide caption

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Texas governor decries school library books with 'pornographic or obscene material'

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott asked the state's association of school boards to review and remove any school library books with "pornography or other inappropriate content." It's part of a larger trend.

A sign on the campus of George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where a Torah belonging to an on-campus fraternity was vandalized in what officials are calling an antisemitic attack. Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Someone desecrated a Torah at a George Washington University fraternity

It's unclear who caused damage to Tau Kappa Epsilon's house, reportedly pouring detergent on the sacred Jewish text. Washington, D.C., police are investigating the incident as a possible hate crime.

Glenda "Cookie" Parton, 80, disappeared when she was searching for her son, Dwayne Selby, 59. Selby and his friend Jack Grimes, 76, were also missing. Tulsa County Sheriff's Office hide caption

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An Oklahoma woman vanishes while searching for her missing son and his friend

Eighty-year-old Glenda Parton's vehicle was found abandoned near Tulsa last Tuesday after she was searching for the men. The remains identified as those of her son's friend have been found.

Vermont Supreme Court Justice Beth Robinson takes the oath of office on Monday, Nov. 28, 2011, in Montpelier, Vt. The U.S. Senate confirmed her nomination to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday. Toby Talbot/AP hide caption

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Meet Judge Beth Robinson, the first out lesbian to serve on any federal circuit court

Robinson laid the legal groundwork for marriage equality before becoming an associate justice on the Vermont Supreme Court. Her confirmation is being hailed as a milestone for LGBTQ representation.

US President Joe Biden addresses a press conference at the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow on November 2, 2021. - World leaders meeting at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow will issue a multibillion-dollar pledge to end deforestation by 2030 but that date is too distant for campaigners who want action sooner to save the planet's lungs. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Biden says climate fears are well-founded but touts progress at the U.N. summit

While President Biden has been working with world leaders on the pressing issue of climate change, his domestic plans for more funding still face holdouts.

The Seawolf-class fast-attack submarine USS Connecticut smacked an undersea mountain, the Navy says. The vessel is seen here leaving Naval Base Kitsap-Bremerton for a trip across the Pacific Ocean in May. Lt. Mack Jamieson/Commander, Submarine Group Nine hide caption

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A U.S. submarine struck an underwater mountain last month, the Navy says

An investigation found that the USS Connecticut "grounded on an uncharted seamount," the 7th Fleet said. Eleven crew members were injured in the Oct. 2 collision.

Climate activist Hilda Flavia Nakabuye speaks at the C40 World Mayors Summit in Copenhagen in 2019. She and a group of Ugandan activists are calling on high-income countries to commit to bigger and faster emission cuts ahead of COP26, the climate change summit taking place in Glasgow, Scotland, this week. Ole Jensen/Getty Images hide caption

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A climate change disaster led this shy 24-year-old from Uganda into activism

When Hilda Flavia Nakabuye was a girl, a severe storm flooded her family's farm. Now she realizes that climate change was a factor — and she's become an advocate for change.

A climate change disaster led this shy 24-year-old from Uganda into activism

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A Tesla electric vehicle sits in a charging station at a dealership on Feb. 18, 2021, in Dedham, Mass. Shares of Tesla tumbled around 4% in premarket trading on Nov. 2 after its CEO and founder Elon Musk tweeted that a deal to sell 100,000 cars to Hertz had not been signed, suggesting it was not final. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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Tesla stock falls after Elon Musk tweets that a deal with Hertz is not signed

CEO and founder Elon Musk tweeted that a contract to sell 100,000 cars to Hertz has not been signed, suggesting the deal has not been finalized. Tesla shares then tumbled almost 4% on Tuesday.

A person receives a bandage after their first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at a mobile vaccination clinic during a back to school event in August. Vaccines could be available for kids ages 5 to 11 as early as next week. Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Are you planning on vaccinating your kids against COVID-19?

Children ages 5 to 11 could be able to get vaccines as early as next week. NPR would like to hear from parents who are planning to vaccinate their kids and those who are not for an upcoming story.

A satellite image provided by NOAA shows a view of Hurricane Ida, on Aug. 28, 2021. Ahead of the official June 1 start of the Atlantic hurricane season this year, NOAA forecast 13 to 20 named storms. The newly formed Tropical Storm Wanda makes 21. AP hide caption

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There have been so many Atlantic storms this year, forecasters have run out of names

A particularly active Atlantic hurricane season has left no more names on the official list for the year. Forecasters had expected between 13 and 20 storms, but the newly formed Wanda makes 21.

Palestinian activist Muna al-Kurd (center) speaks at a press conference in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of east Jerusalem, with her father (right), and neighbors on Tuesday. Mahmoud Illean/AP hide caption

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Palestinian families reject an offer to delay their possible eviction in Jerusalem

The four families in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood said that rather than submit to an "unjust agreement" they would rely on the "Palestinian street" to raise international awareness of their plight.

For years, All in the Family was the most popular show on television. It debuted in 1971. Carroll O'Connor, left, played Archie Bunker. Jean Stapleton played his wife, Edith Bunker. Bettmann Archive hide caption

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'All in the Family' is 50 years old. A new book looks at how it changed TV

All in the Family creator Norman Lear, along with writer Jim Colucci, talked with NPR about Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton and their roles on the groundbreaking TV show.

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The Rev. Jesse Jackson speaks during a news conference after the verdict was read in the trial of former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin, April 20, 2021, in Minneapolis, in the death of George Floyd. John Minchillo/AP hide caption

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Jesse Jackson is hospitalized after he fell and hit his head at Howard University

The 80-year-old Chicago civil rights leader was entering a Howard University campus building when he fell and hit his head, according to Jackson spokesman Frank Watkins.

Investigators work the scene of a helicopter crash that killed former NBA basketball player Kobe Bryant and his teenage daughter, in Calabasas, Calif., on Jan. 27, 2020. A federal judge ruled Monday that Bryant's widow won't have to undergo psychiatric testing for her lawsuit over graphic photos of the crash. Mark J. Terrill/AP hide caption

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Kobe Bryant's widow won't have to undergo a mental exam for her lawsuit, a judge rules

As part of Vanessa Bryant's lawsuit, Los Angeles County sought to compel psychiatric evaluations for her and others to determine if they truly suffered emotional distress over crash scene photos.

The moon shines over radio antennas at the operations support facility of one of the worlds largest astronomy projects, the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), in the Atacama desert in northern Chile in this 2012 photo. Jorge Saenz/AP hide caption

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NASA is looking for a framework to better help you understand its deep space finds

A scientific discovery about extraterrestrial life can provide new insight, but it can be misunderstood or exaggerated into something else when it reaches the public. NASA is hoping to change that.

A dry landscape pictured on Navajo Nation lands on in the town of Gallup, New Mexico in June 2019. New research says the near-total loss of tribal lands in the U.S. has left Indigenous people more vulnerable to climate change. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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How loss of historical lands makes Native Americans more vulnerable to climate change

Indigenous nations across the U.S. lost nearly 99% of their historical land base over time, new research shows. What little land they have left is especially vulnerable to climate change risks.

The new Touch Cards from Mastercard have different shape notches cut into the sides to help customers who are visually impaired find the right card by touch alone. The Touch Card credit card has a round notch, the debit card has a squarish notch and the prepaid card has a triangular notch. Mastercard hide caption

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A new Mastercard design is meant to make life easier for visually impaired users

Mastercard is distributing a new bank card next year that aims to help customers with vision impairments. The card has notches cut into the sides to help customers find the right card by touch alone.

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Syphilis is resurging in the U.S., a sign of public health's funding crisis

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The country nearly eradicated this treatable sexually transmitted disease twice, only to see it come roaring back. The failure shows the weakness of a cash-strapped public health system.

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