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Indianapolis Sikh Community Mourns 4 Of Its Members Killed In Shooting

“These kinds of violent attacks are a threat to all of us,” said community member Maninder Singh Walia. The gunman’s ...
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Global COVID-19 Deaths Top 3 Million

The largest number of deaths have come in the United States, Brazil, Mexico, India and the United Kingdom. The global ...
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Prince Philip Is Memorialized In An Intimate Funeral Ceremony

The Duke of Edinburgh, husband to Queen Elizabeth II for 73 years, was celebrated on Saturday. Only 30 people were ...
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What Can Wealthy Nations Do To Address Global Vaccine Inequity?

In the U.S., more than 1 out of 5 residents is fully vaccinated against COVID-19. But elsewhere in the world, ...
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Kate Winslet, Brad Ingelsby On Their Newest HBO Crime Drama

NPR’s Debbie Elliott speaks with Kate Winslet and Brad Ingelsby about their new series, Mare of Easttown. Read full story ...
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Former Police Officer Says Training Methods For Cops Need To Change

NPR’s Debbie Elliott speaks with Randy Shrewsberry, founder of the Institute for Criminal Justice Reform, about what he thinks needs ...
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What To Know About The Blood Clot Risks Associated With The Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

NPR’s Debbie Elliott talks with hematologist Menaka Pai about the rare clotting disorders that have led to a pause in ...
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Saturday Sports: Mets Employees Come Forward About Toxic Workplace Culture

NPR’s Debbie Elliot talks with ESPN’s Howard Bryant about allegations that the New York Mets Organization has a toxic workplace ...
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LA Clears One Of It's Largest Homeless Encampments

When LA cleared a large homeless encampment at Echo Park Lake, officials said everyone forced to leave was offered shelter ...
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Royal Family Holds Smaller, Intimate Funeral For Prince Philip Amid Pandemic

Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, is laid to rest today at the chapel of Windsor Castle. A limited ...
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Gary Paulsen's Memoir Taps Into The Childhood Experiences That Inspired His Stories

Gary Paulsen has a new memoir about the childhood experiences behind some of his most beloved novels for young people ...
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Gospel Singer Elizabeth King Hits A Musical Milestone At 77

At the age of 77, Memphis sacred soul singer Elizabeth King is releasing her first full-length album, Living in the ...
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Protests Sparked By Adam Toledo's Police Killing Continue In Chicago

Demonstrators took to the streets again in Chicago Friday night, protesting the death of 13-year-old Adam Toledo, shot by police ...
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Tensions Remain High As Derek Chauvin's Trial Nears End

The trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, charged with 2nd degree murder in the death of George Floyd, ...
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What The Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Pause Means For The U.S.'s Distribution Plan

A pause in the distribution of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine will last at least another week, even as eligibility ...
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Business

Hear how StockX brought the sneaker scene to Detroit

At TechCrunch’s Detroit City Spotlight this week, I sat down with Rae Witte, the journalist behind the StockX EC-1. TechCrunch’s EC-1 push allows individual authors ...
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This Week in Apps: A surprising report on App Tracking, Apple event predictions, Instagram for kids

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The ...
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Daily Crunch: Squarespace files to go public

Squarespace is going public, Apple shares some music payment details and Twitter bans the founder of the right-wing media organization Project Veritas. This is your ...
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