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Radio Star Charlamagne Tha God Seeks TV Success On Comedy Central

On his new Comedy Central show, Tha God’s Honest Truth With Lenard “Charlamagne” McKelvey, the radio host says he will ...
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ICU Beds In Alabama Have Been Filled With Adults And Children

NPR’s Noel King talks to Dr. David Kimberlin, a pediatric infectious disease physician at the University of Alabama at Birmingham ...
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COVID-19 Stats: Deaths Are Up, Delta Variant May Be Starting To Wane

As the delta surge continues, there are signs it may be slowing in hard-hit states like Florida and Texas. But ...
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Scientists In Germany Have Success Potty Training A Herd of Cows

When the cows pee in a designated area, it can be treated to make it less harmful to the environment ...
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Australian Researchers Name Shimmering Rainbow Fly In Honor Of RuPaul

This newly named fly species is known for its bright, shimmering colors. It’ll be known as Opaluma rupaul — named ...
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Olympic Gold Medalist Usain Bolt Is Going For Gold In The Music Industry

Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt has released his first album: Country Yutes. It is a mixture of reggae, afrobeats and dancehall ...
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Morning News Brief

A staggering number of people are still getting COVID-19. The U.S. will share nuclear submarine technology with Australia. Gymnasts blast ...
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A Record Number Of Women Are Driving Trucks To Pay The Bills

After losing jobs during the pandemic, more and more women are becoming truck drivers. Many have been attracted by the ...
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Gymnasts At Capitol Hill Hearing Blast The FBI For Mishandling Nassar Investigation

NPR’s A Martinez talks to USA Today’s Marisa Kwiatkowski about the FBI mishandling U.S. gymnasts sexual abuse allegations. Read full ...
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Pittsburgh Wants You To See Constellations When You Look Up At The Night Sky

The Pittsburgh City Council will start implementing a plan to fight light pollution over the next two years. Scientists say ...
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Newly Discovered Tennessee Williams Story Is Finally Published

The Strand Magazine is publishing the lost Tennessee Williams story: The Summer Woman. NPR’s Noel King talks to managing editor ...
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U.S. Officials Will Share Nuclear Sub Technology With Australia

President Biden is taking the very rare step of sharing U.S. nuclear-powered submarine technology with Australia. He has been working ...
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With The New Album 'Dawn,' Yebba Sheds Old Beliefs

Singer-songwriter Yebba is out with her debut album, “Dawn,” named after her late mom. She describes the emotional toll she ...
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For The First Time, An All-Civilian Crew Is Orbitting The Earth

The four-member crew of the Inspiration4 mission has launched from the Kennedy Space Center. Read full story from NPR News ...
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Philippine President Duterte Is Being Investigated By An International Court

The International Criminal Court has formally authorized an official investigation into the anti-drug war of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte. Read ...
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Business

Daily Crunch: Apple, Google bow to Russian pressure

Hello and welcome to Daily Crunch for Friday, September 17th! What a week, ya’ll. It is now just days before Disrupt, which means the TechCrunch ...
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OpenSea released an app — but it’s for browsing, not buying and selling

It’s a big day for the Amazon of the decentralized internet — OpenSea now has an app for iOS and Android. For most companies, having ...
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Marketers should plan for more DIY metrics as iOS 15 nears

Apple is planning to remove developer access to important user data as part of its iOS 15 release on Monday, leaving email marketers in a ...
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