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Saturday Sports: Chicago Sky earn a record victory in WNBA game

A huge margin of victory for the Chicago Sky in their Friday WNBA game. And an unsurprising win for the ...
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Tennessee county facing backlash for history of illegal arrests of children

In Rutherford, Tenn. fallout continues after a Nashville Public Radio and Propublica investigation found the juvenile justice system detained kids ...
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Marc Benioff shows that CEOs can go beyond profit and champion for social justice

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff has become the poster child of a new generation of corporate executives willing to leverage their ...
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Remembering civil rights champion Timuel Black

WBEZ’s segregation and inequality reporter Natalie Moore remembers Chicago activist and historian Timuel Black, who died this week at the ...
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Thousands gather in Italy to celebrate the Barcalona Regatta

One of the world’s largest regattas, the Barcolana in Trieste, Italy, held its 69th race this week. It is a ...
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Tiphanie Yanique's 'Monster in the Middle' tackles love and religion

NPR’s Scott Simon speaks to author Tiphanie Yanique about her new book, “Monster in the Middle. Read full story from ...
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Grammy-winning Finneas releases his first full-length album

NPR’s Scott Simon speaks with music artist and producer Finneas about his debut album. Read full story from NPR News ...
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DOJ will ask the Supreme Court to halt the Texas abortion ban

A high-stakes legal back-and-forth is playing out over Texas’ restrictive new abortion law. Read full story from NPR News ...
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Liberty College students file a lawsuit claiming school culture fostered sexual violence

In a lawsuit, more than a dozen women say Liberty University put them at risk in part because of its ...
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A chef and restaurant owner finds his passion making furniture during the pandemic

Nicholas van Eck of Portland, Ore., was a chef and co-owned a restaurant before the pandemic. A break in his ...
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A California city is celebrating its history as an oil town

The town of Taft, Calif. celebrates its oil drilling heritage every five years with a festival called Oildorado. Among the ...
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FDA panel recommends second Johnston & Johnson COVID shot for adults

An FDA advisory committee recommends people who received the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine be given a booster shot. Read ...
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The fatal stabbing of a UK lawmaker has been deemed a terrorist act

The Metropolitan Police described the attack against Conservative lawmaker David Amess as terrorism and said the early investigation “has revealed ...
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Ethiopia's civil war may be getting worse

There is misery in Ethiopia as the civil war there continues and the U.N warns of famine. Read full story ...
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Student lawsuit claims Liberty University's culture fostered sexual violence

In a lawsuit, more than a dozen women say Liberty University put them at risk in part because of its ...
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Business

How Bulletproof Is Pattinson's Batsuit In The Batman?

Robert Pattinson’s Batman takes multiple bullets to the chest in the latest trailer for The Batman, indicating how bulletproof his version of the Batsuit is ...
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What Katey Sagal Has Done Since Sons of Anarchy Ended

Katey Sagal played one of the most important characters in Sons of Anarchy, but what has she done since the show came to an end? ...
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How Supergirl Revamped Superman IV's Story And Made It Work

Warning: The following contains SPOILERS for Supergirl season 6, episode 15, “Hope For Tomorrow.” The Supergirl season 6 episode “Hope For Tomorrow” enhanced the story ...
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