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Opinion: Football Parents Could Learn From Their Kids' Activism

NPR’s Scott Simon tells the story of young football players just 8 and 9 years old who decided to take ...
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Yes, There's Conflict — But No One's The Bad Guy In 'Memorial'

Bryan Washington’s debut novel brings together an eclectic cast of characters who redefine family. He says he wanted to write ...
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Parents Of 545 Children Separated At U.S.-Mexico Border Have Not Been Located

NPR’s Scott Simon talks to reporter Cindy Carcamo about the 545 migrant children in the US who were separated from ...
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Recent Charlie Hebdo Attacks Bring Freedom Of Speech To Forefront In France

Recent attacks in Paris linked to cartoons published by the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo have intensified the debate among comedians ...
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Washington Irving's Headless Horseman Of Sleepy Hollow Turns 200

NPR’s Scott Simon talks to historian Elizabeth Bradley about the 200th anniversary of the publication of The Legend of Sleepy ...
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Saturday Sports: Big 10 Football Takes The Field During The Pandemic

The World Series is underway and so is major league soccer. And The Big 10 becomes the latest major college ...
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Central Park Is Alive With The Sound Of Music, Thanks To A Site-Specific App

Created by Pulitzer-winning composer Ellen Reid, Soundwalk lets visitors score their socially distanced walks around the park with an ever-changing, ...
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Employees Who Work At Multiple Nursing Homes May Have Helped Spread The Coronavirus

Cell phone data shows that contract workers who work at multiple nursing homes helped transmit the coronavirus between facilities. Read ...
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U.S. Finds 1st 'Murder Hornet' Nest In Washington State

Entomologists in Washington State have located the first ever nest of the Asian giant hornet in the U.S. They tracked ...
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University Of Texas Students Call For Removal Of Song Steeped In Racist History

The University of Texas band plans to boycott today’s football game against Baylor. The song the Longhorn band usually plays, ...
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German Supermarket Chain Lidl Builds Store On Historic Medieval Dublin Site

The construction of a new grocery store in Dublin, Ireland has led to the discovery of an 11th century medieval ...
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Rural Midwestern Communities Hit Hard As Coronavirus Surges In U.S. Again

The U.S. is heading into its third coronavirus spike since the start of the pandemic, with rural communities in the ...
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Sudan And Israel Agree To Normalize Relations In Deal Brokered By White House

In a deal brokered by the White House, Sudan has agreed to normalize ties with Israel. It’s a big step ...
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Some Boston Landlords Flout Eviction Bans, Pressure Tenants To Leave

Eviction bans were supposed to keep tenants in their homes amid the pandemic. But an investigation found landlords pressured tenants, ...
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Trump's Support From Latino Voters Holds Steady

About a third of Latino voters view Trump favorably and it breaks down a long gender lines. More Latino men ...
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Business

Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit gets unofficial remote play on Surrogate.tv

Readers of a certain age will no doubt remember some region variation of TV Powww. The syndicated program, which found viewers at home giving directions ...
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Linktree raises $10.7M for its lightweight, link-centric user profiles

Simple, link-centric user profiles might seem might not seem like a particularly ambitious idea, but it’s been big enough for Linktree. The Melbourne startup says ...
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Esports pioneer Dino Ying talks to TechCrunch about the next phase of VSPN

Following the news that China’s esport giant VSPN (Versus Programming Network) has raised close to $100 million in a Series B funding round, led by ...
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