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Indian American Physicians Try To Help With India's COVID-19 Crisis From Afar

NPR’s Scott Simon speaks with the president of the Indian American Medical Association of Illinois, Dr. Suneela Harsoor, about physicians ...
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Vets Are Facing Burnout Amid Pandemic Pet Adoption Boom

The pandemic spike in pet adoption has lead to a boom in vet visits. NPR’s Scott Simon speaks to Hunter ...
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'Facing The Mountain' Tells Story Of Japanese American WWII Heroes

NPR’s Scott Simon talks to writer Daniel James Brown about his new book, Facing The Mountain, which tells the story ...
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Baltimore STEM Program Taps Into Students' Passion For Dirt Biking

B360 is a STEM program in Baltimore that uses dirt bikes to get kids interested in engineering while also recruiting ...
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Remembering Delmark Records Founder Bob Koester

NPR’s Scott Simon remembers Bob Koester, founder of the indie jazz and blues label Delmark Records, who died this week ...
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Portland Personal Trainer Has Been Lifeline For Clients During The Pandemic

Ryan Stills, personal trainer at Odd Barbell gym in Portland, Oregon talks about what it’s been like owning a gym ...
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Saturday Sports: NHL Playoffs Begin, WNBA Celebrates 25 Years, Yankees COVID Outbreak

NPR’s Scott Simon speaks to ESPN’s Howard Bryant talks about the start of the NHL playoffs, the significance of the ...
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On The U.S.-Canada Border, Neighbors Are Helping Each Other Out With Vaccinations

Canada’s coronavirus vaccination rates lag far behind that of the U.S., largely due to supply shortages. But some American border ...
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Timur Bekmambetov's Newest Movie Takes Place On The Screen Of A Laptop

Scott Simon speaks with director Timur Bekmambetov about Profile, a movie set on a computer screen that follows a journalist ...
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The Latest Updates On The Israel And Gaza Conflict

Israel toppled buildings in Gaza with aerial and artillery fire as Hamas fighters in Gaza continued to fire rockets at ...
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What You Need To Know About The CDC's New Mask Guidance

We take a look a the new mask guidelines issued by U.S. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, breaking ...
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WHO Report Calls Pandemic 'Preventable Disaster,' Calls Out Lack Of Global Leadership

David Miliband discusses his work on a report presented by the Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response to the ...
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Blinken To Head North On Arctic Trip

Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s latest trip is focused on U.S. interests in the Arctic. He will also hold talks ...
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Opinion: As NPR Turns 50, Scott Simon's View From Behind The Microphone

As NPR celebrates 50 years on the air, host Scott Simon reflects on how the network has grown, and his ...
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Supreme Court Wraps Up Term

The Supreme Court has concluded oral arguments for this year’s term, which featured remote sessions and a new justice. Read ...
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Business

UTEC, one of Asia’s largest deep-tech investment firms, launches new $275M fund

The University of Tokyo Edge Capital Partners (UTEC), a deep-tech investment firm, announced the first close of its fifth fund, which is expected to total ...
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Google is making it easier to bring Android apps to your car

By the end of the year, more than 10 car models from Volvo, GM, Renault and Polestar will be powered by the Android Automotive operating ...
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Daily Crunch: How Expensify maintained its early-stage startup culture after 13 years

To get a roundup of TechCrunch’s biggest and most important stories delivered to your inbox every day at 3 p.m. PDT, subscribe here. As summer ...
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