James Doubek Doubek started at NPR as a part-time production assistant in 2015 before joining full time as an associate producer in 2017. He previously was an intern at NPR's Washington Desk in the summer of 2015.

James Doubek

Associate Producer, Digital News Desk

Doubek started at NPR as a part-time production assistant in 2015 before joining full time as an associate producer in 2017. He previously was an intern at NPR's Washington Desk in the summer of 2015.

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Trucks drive over the Friendship Bridge, from the North Korean town of Sinuiju to the Chinese border city of Dandong on Sept. 5. China says it will ban textile imports from North Korea. Greg Baker/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer spoke on Sept. 6 about President Trump's decision to end DACA. The two now say they have worked out a deal with Trump on legislation. Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images hide caption

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Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai during a ceremony at the United Nations in New York in April 2017. She called on Myanmar's de facto leader to "stop the violence." Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A blue tent covers a British World War II bomb that was found during construction. Disposal operations are set for Sunday and require what's expected to be Germany's biggest evacuation since the war. Boris Roessler/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Harvey Weakens Over Louisiana As Houston Copes With Record Rainfall

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Dick Gregory, known for his sharp commentary on race relations during the 1960s civil rights movement, was considered a pioneer in using satire to address social issues. Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images hide caption

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Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley wrote, "The Army doesn't tolerate racism, extremism, or hatred in our ranks. It's against our Values and everything we've stood for since 1775." Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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