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Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., speaks during a hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee to examine the Inspector General's report of the FBI's Clinton email probe, on Capitol Hill, Monday, June 18, 2018. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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California Democrats Endorse de León for U.S. Senate Over Feinstein

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Facing a general election challenge from inside her own party, Sen. Dianne Feinstein lost the endorsement of California Democrats to her opponent, state Sen. Kevin de León.

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Tech Workers Demand CEOs Stop Doing Business With ICE, Other U.S. Agencies

Workers from Salesforce, Microsoft and other firms have been putting pressure on the companies, arguing that they support immoral policies through their ties to the federal government.

Tech Workers Demand CEOs Stop Doing Business With ICE, Other U.S. Agencies

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A homeless man in Denver draws heroin into a syringe. Treatment centers in the city say patterns of drug use seem to be changing. While most users once relied on a single drug — typically painkillers or heroin or cocaine — an increasing number now also use meth. Andy Cross/Denver Post via Getty Images hide caption

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A Surge In Meth Use In Colorado Complicates Opioid Recovery

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Last year, 280 Coloradans who died of a drug overdose had methamphetamine in the mix. That's up sharply from 2016 and more than five times the number in 2012.

A Surge In Meth Use In Colorado Complicates Opioid Recovery

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Pedestrians walk outside the closed Spruce St. Starbucks store on May 29, 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Kena Betancur/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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When Calling The Po-Po Is A No-No

In the past few months, several white people have been recorded calling police on black people who are going about their legitimate business: mowing the lawn, using the pool, and sleeping in the dorm.

When Calling The Po-Po Is A No-No

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In Ireland, Drought And A Drone Revealed The Outline Of An Ancient Henge

As crops get thirsty in Ireland, some plants are faring better than others. Aerial photos show a pattern in crop growth near Newgrange, believed to be the footprint of a previously unknown henge.

Spain's El Twanguero fuses an education in flamenco guitar with American ragtime and swing to create a Latin twang all his own. Piero F. Giunti/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Here Are 4 Latin Albums To Get You Through This Summer

There's too much time to feel restless in the summer. Never fear: Felix Contreras stopped by NPR's Weekend Edition to let you know the Latin music releases that will keep those feet tapping.

Here Are 4 Latin Albums To Get You Through This Summer

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'Give Me Your Hand' Explores Female Mysteries And Monstrosities

Megan Abbott's new thriller is set partly in a scientific lab studying a severe form of PMS. The suspense writer says she's fascinated by "this sort of idea that the female body is monstrous."

'Give Me Your Hand' Explores Female Mysteries And Monstrosities

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Then-Supreme Court nominee Ruth Bader Ginsburg greets her husband, Martin, during her confirmation hearing in 1993. She didn't hesitate to answer questions about Roe v. Wade and other topics she considered settle law. John Duricka/AP hide caption

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The Ginsburg Rule: False Advertising By The GOP

Republican senators contend Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg established a standard of evasion at her 1993 Supreme Court confirmation hearing, but an independent study says otherwise.

Morning dew glistens on a tobacco leaf in a field outside Rolesville, N.C. Despite a worldwide decline in production, tobacco remains North Carolina's most valuable crop. Allen Breed/AP hide caption

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It Is Legal For Kids To Work On Tobacco Farms, But It Can Make Them Sick

Advocates say that gaps in federal regulations leave child workers vulnerable to the health risks of nicotine and pesticide exposure. Labor laws allow larger farms to hire kids as young as 12.

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